Wolfin GWSK bonded membrane system was selected as a waterproofing
solution for the new Faculty of Law building at Sydney University.
Nestled between the Carslaw Building and the Fisher Library and
overlooking Victoria Park, the new Faculty of Law building is mostly situated
below the large, open courtyard with direct level access from Eastern Avenue. The
open courtyard consists of walkways and grassed areas, with the building below incorporating
study rooms, seminar rooms, bathrooms, a lecture theatre and library.
Waterproofing the Faculty of Law building was a critical element of its
functionality. Given that the waterproofing medium would be extremely difficult
to access once the landscaping works were completed, the Wolfin GWSK bonded
membrane system was chosen for the application based on its proven track record
in similar projects.
Wolfin GWSK bonded membrane system was installed on the courtyard,
external stairs from the courtyard, open plant areas, flat roofing areas and
joining onto the existing adjacent buildings. The lift over-run pits in the
basement of the building were also waterproofed with the Wolfin system.
The Wolfin membrane system is available in Australia from Projex Group .