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The Australian Institute for Infectious Disease (AIID) will be housed in a new, state-of-the-art facility in Melbourne’s Biomedical Precinct.

Architecturally designed by Wardle and engineered by Aurecon, with laboratory engineering by Wood, the $650m project will commence construction in 2025.

Construction of the facility requires the delivery of a significant infrastructure program over several years with a multitude of skills, labour, resources and other inputs.

The AIID project is eager to engage the best and brightest contractors and suppliers across a multitude of industries to ensure the successful delivery of this critical project.

Companies and suppliers interested in working on the project are encouraged to submit an expression of interest via the AIID’s Industry Capability Network gateway

AIID facility delivery timeline

2023
  • Wardle engaged as lead architects.
  • Aurecon engaged as lead engineers.
  • Kane engaged as early and enabling works contractor
2024
  • February – Schematic design completed
  • May – Anticipated town planning approval
  • Main works procurement
2025
  • Main works construction commences
2026
  • FF&E long lead items procurement
2027
  • Construction complete
2028
  • Operations commence