CSL Behring

CSL recently inaugurated its state-of-the-art headquarters and research facility in Melbourne. The impressive 18-story building stands as a beacon of scientific exploration in Australia, where the global biotech company got its start more than 100 years ago.

This new headquarters not only pays homage to CSL’s Australian roots, but also underscores the company’s unwavering commitment to future innovation. Nestled within the Parkville Biomedical Precinct in Melbourne, the building at 655 Elizabeth Street is near the University of Melbourne, the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute (WEHI), the Royal Melbourne Hospital, the Peter McCallum Cancer Centre, and other leaders in medical and scientific discovery.

To enhance the safety of staff, fixed gas detection was implemented to mitigate the risks associated with oxygen depletion, asphyxiation and danger of flammable gases. By continuously monitoring gas levels, it provides early warnings and allows for prompt action. The gas detection system offers several key features such as isolation of Gas Supplies in the event of a gas leak.

The detection system is seamlessly integrated into CSL their security infrastructure. Real-time alerts are sent to security personnel, enabling swift response and coordination during emergencies. Our team conducts routine maintenance and calibration to ensure the system’s accuracy and reliability. This includes checking sensors, calibrating alarm thresholds, and verifying communication links.


  • Customer: CSL Behring
  • Builder: Roberts
  • Supply and Commissioning
  • Special Conditions: PC2 Laboratories
  • Budget $$$