Students at Roseville College, a leading non-selective independent day school for girls from Kindergarten to Year 12 on Sydney’s North Shore, achieve consistently strong academic outcomes alongside high participation rates in co-curricular activities and sport.
Established in 1908, the school has an enduring reputation in the education and wellbeing of girls. On completion, the new Centre will replace redundant assets at the school and provide, in its place, a 4-Green Star rated state-of-the-art facility that includes an eight-lane 25-meter indoor pool, eight additional classrooms (including a flexible space for dance and functions), a strength and conditioning gym, a leading-edge nutrition and food technology space, three outdoor multipurpose courts and a two-storey underground carpark, to ease the demand on neighbouring streets, while remaining sensitive to the local heritage conservation area.
The development represents a unique opportunity for Taylor to collaborate with Roseville College and the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) to cultivate the future talents of students interested in STEM careers. Delivered by NAWIC, the Construction Learning Partnerships represent a unique engagement initiative to showcase the rewarding studies, careers and experiences available to women in construction.
Under the guidance of Taylor’s Refurbishment and Live Environments division, works at the site commenced in July 2022. The Taylor team looks forward to bringing this important infrastructure to life at Roseville College.