The program provides air conditioning to around 10,000 classrooms, libraries and staff rooms across the state, delivering more comfortable learning environments for student and staff.
DMA Engineers were initially engaged in April 2020 to undertake electrical assessments at 18 schools across Queensland, to determine if their electrical infrastructure was capable of handling their new air conditioning systems.
Where significant upgrades were identified, we were also engaged to prepare designs for these schools including providing design documentation suitable for tender such as site plans and schematics.
As a result of our work, we have subsequently been allocated a further 84 schools, bringing the total number of schools delivered by DMA as of June 2021 to 102. This includes schools from Applethorpe State School and Ma Ma Creek State School to Pittsworth State High School and Wyreema State School.
Within this, we have also completed six major upgrade designs for Tamborine Mountain State High School, Tamborine Mountain State School, Waterford West State School, Woodridge North State High School, Mabel Park State School & Woodridge State High School.
This is a project we have been particularly proud to work on, creating better learning environments for students across Queensland.