Vitracore G2 adds a dramatic touch to NSW Forensic Pathology and Coroner’s Court
The NSW Forensic Pathology and Coroner’s Court has relocated from Glebe to a new world-class facility in Lidcombe. The new facility in Sydney’s Greater West was constructed by WATPAC and opened in December 2018.
Fairview’s deemed-to-satisfy non-combustible Vitracore G2 panels were chosen to achieve the unique exterior as designed by Silver Thomas Hanley. The design features vertical fins with pyramid details in five complementary finishes – Fresh Green, Pure White, Cool Grey from Fairview standard range and custom colours, Bechett and Irish Moore.
Vitracore G2 is a popular choice for infrastructure projects and has previously been used on a number of similar projects including the Department of Human Services, Moore Theological College, and Monash House Private Hospital. In addition to being BCA compliant, the high-performance panel has the adaptability to be bent and folded into various shapes enabling architects to achieve compliancy without sacrificing their design.