• $32.5m Design & Construct
    • Hospital, radiation oncology bunkers, child care
    • Class 9A consulting suites
    • Residential Sky Homes, Hotel, Retail & Commercial
    • 16 storey, including 4 storey basement
    • Completed January 2019

Westside Private involved the design and construction of a 16 storey high quality day hospital and mixed use facility in Taringa, Brisbane. The building includes a 4 storey basement with 191 carpark spaces and radiation oncology bunkers.

The day hospital includes:

    • 4 state of art, rapid flow integrated operating theatres
    • 16 infusion chair Haematology Oncology Day unit
    • Comprehensive imaging services
    • Onsite Pathology collection and laboratory
    • Radiation Oncology services
    • Specialist consulting suites
    • Exclusive overnight hospital beds with views across Brisbane

A 4 star medi-hotel with direct access compliments the hospital. The Westside facility also includes a child care centre, luxury residential sky homes, dental, retail and commercial spaces.

Ground Level:  Allied health facilities such as Xray and pathology, plus retail tenancies
Level 1 – 3:  Day surgery hospital and Class 9A consulting suites
Level 4:  Childcare centre with indoor and outdoor play areas
Level 5 – 7:  Boutique hotel providing accommodation for patients, families, tourists etc
Level 8 – 10:  Residential skyhomes with balconies and views across the city, rooftop pool

Construction challenges included extensive basement excavation adjacent to railway lines, a difficult sloping inner city site, restricted access and traffic movement.

Key architectural elements include:

    • Accommodation level usage delineated through separation of materiality, scale and alignment
    • Emphasis on continuity of movement through site with a ribbon of active frontage connecting Morrow Street and Harry’s Lane along the railway corridor
    • Three entry points to facilitate pedestrian connection
    • Connectivity via vertical transport methods for PWD moving across the transitions of the site through communal spaces
    • Community microcosm focus in building design
    • Modern, high quality finishes
    • Maximising extensive cityscape views

Winner – Regional Master Builders Award – Health Facilities over $20m