Solomon Islands National University has move another step forward in advancing its infrastructure development by unveiling a new building complex to be constructed at its Panatina campus.
To kick-off construction work on the new building complex, a formal ground breaking ceremony was held today officiated by the Acting Prime Minister Manasseh Maelanga as witnessed by government officials, staff and students of SINU.
The construction project which worth SBD120 million is funded by Solomon Islands Government.
The Building was designed by Kramer Ausenco and the Contractor is China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC).
Acting PM Maelanga says the Democratic Coalition for Change (DCC) government is committed to support the University (SINU) as it sees the importance of education and human resource development of the country and will continue to assist SINU in its long term development.
The new complex will have 200 seats new lecture theatre, conference room, computer lab, tutorial rooms, media centre, offices, cafeteria, book shop, ATMs and display area.
The building design will feature modern techniques, latest educational technologies within an environment conducive for interaction and learning including facilities for students with special needs.
Local students are expecting to utilize and enjoy the new facility in approximate 30 months’ time.
SINU is grateful for SIG for this magnificent support.