academics, students, user groups, stakeholders and neighbours.

fjmt has completed numerous educational projects of varying scales and budgets. These projects include: auditorium, lecture theatre and teaching complexes; administration, academic and workplace environments; laboratories, libraries and specialist research facilities; performing art, theatre, dance and music facilities; great hall, exhibition and ceremonial buildings; and open spaces.

fjmt has received many awards for campus projects including the highest AIA awards for education buildings.
Education projects not only involve the provision of specialist faculties but are the making of campus environments. Buildings and open spaces for education must be flexible, functional and durable but must also be conducive to collaboration: spaces that encourage the collegiate atmosphere central to education. Ultimately these projects must aim to create environments that can inspire and reflect the particular aspirations of educational institutions.

Education projects are unique as they are delivered within the constraints of a campus environment, and the strict parameters of capital budgets. Projects are frequently highly specialised and particular processes and consultation methodologies are required to genuinely address the sometimes competing needs of