Solomon Islands National University (SINU), since its inception has entered another milestone in its endeavour to improve teaching and learning facilities at the University.
The Vice Chancellor of the University, Dr. Glynn Galo and Solomon Islands Country Manager for Kramer Ausenco (SI) Ltd, Mr Rovaly Sike signed a contract last Wednesday for construction of a three-story complex at the University’s Panatina Campus in Honiara.
The signing of the contract was witnessed by the Pro-Chancellor of the University, Sir Nathaniel Waena and members of the University Council; and some senior staff members of the university.
The Kramer Ausenco (SI) Ltd will provide an architectural and multi-disciplined Engineering Consultancy services.
The SINU Council and Management wish to thank the National Government for their support in providing funds for this project.
The new complex will consist of three (3) Storey Classroom and Office Block consisting of Ground Floor Level, First Floor Level and Second Floor Level; and one (1) Storey Block housing modern Lecture Theatre, Conference and Media Facilities. It will be the first modern facility of the University.
The complex, when completed will house School of Education and Humanities. In is anticipated that the complex is expected to be ready for occupancy in 2016.