The stop-motion shows the first columns being craned into position over a steel baseplate and braced with temporary structural supports until the connecting beams are installed. This process took approximately 15-20 minutes for the initial columns, increasing in speed with momentum. The timber beams are due to arrive on site this week.
Designed to be swiftly realised, the building utilises cutting-edge digital prefabricated construction methods enabled by the multi-level timber engineered structure. The building is intended to establish an academic health precinct, promoting collaborative engagement between education, training, research and clinical practice.