Australian Federal Police Forensic Facility

Scheduled for completion in April 2015, The new $106m Australian Federal Police Forensic Facility in Majura, ACT provides a modern, purpose built facility which is intended to support the AFP’s FDC business and operational needs for the next 20 years.

Project Overview

The Forensic and Data Centre (FDC) Project is a new facility which includes a 13,500 square metre new building comprising three levels at the front while the rear is predominantly single level on ground.

The facility is intended to enhance the investigative capabilities of the AFP and support national security and law enforcement agencies in Australia and overseas.

This state-of-the-art building encompasses the very latest advances in science and technology, which will ensure the AFP maintains its world-class standards in forensic operations, forensic science policy, research, training and capability development. The new facility will enable a collaborative forensics model where all scientific disciplines will be able to come together, ensuring a more responsive and high quality outcome.

The design of the facility incorporates significant environmental benefits, including energy efficiency initiatives and water conservation measures.

Automatic Heating supplied three Eurogen 1250kW Condensing Boilers fitted with Enterprise Fully Modulating Burners for this project.

Architect: Hassell
Engineer: NDY
Project Manager: RPS Project Management
Builder: Cockram
Mechanical Contractor: Benmax Group