The building is named after Australian-Chinese business man and all round model human being, Dr. Chau Chak, who donated $20 million towards the projects construction on top of a $5 million Australian-China scholarship program.
The project is not only making headlines for its unique design but also it's sustainability rating. It's only the second university building in the city to achieve a five star Green Star rating, earning the title of one of Sydney's greenest education buildings.
It's no surprise either with sustainably attained timber being used during construction and a 20,000L rainwater tank.
The new business school is expected to be completed in September this year and provide educational and recreational facilities for up to 2,390 UTS students and staff.
With completion supposedly only a few months away, the building is serving as a topical issue throughout the construction and design industries. The anticipation for the projects full facade to be revealed has never been more apparent.
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