The Andrew N. Liveris Building (PDF, 123KB) (formerly known as the Sustainable Futures Building) will:

  • support one of UQ’s most consistently high-performing schools with a history of significant research outcomes, industry engagement, innovation and impactful alumni
  • set a new standard in flexible and shared laboratory accommodation at UQ, with an open plan allowing maximum opportunity for undergraduates, postgraduates and staff to interact and experience a research-led educational experience
  • significantly increase the university’s available supply of flat-floor, flexible teaching rooms for flipped-classroom and problem-based learning
  • be UQ’s flagship space, integrating innovative teaching with interdisciplinary and solutions-focused research
  • support active learning, further developing UQ’s global reputation as a leader in these activities
  • act as a vibrant hub for industry and interdisciplinary collaboration to address global challenges in areas such as energy, water and sustainable manufacturing
  • inspire students, research scholars and staff alike and enable industry partners to participate in the learning and discovery process
  • garner international attention and be a physical representation of the excellence that has defined UQ Engineering for over 100 years.

Read more about the building in UQ News.

Andrew N. Liveris Building – exterior (click to enlarge)
Andrew N. Liveris Building – interior (click to enlarge)
Andrew N. Liveris Building – interior (click to enlarge)