DCWC is pleased to have provided services for four projects shortlisted for the 2019 INDE.Awards. Nominated across a variety of categories, the projects include: Orygen and OYH Parkville, Northern Beaches Hospital, Perth Children’s Hospital and Scape Swanston. Congratulations to all the architects and teams involved.
Category: The Wellness Space
Orygen and OYH Parkville | Billard Leece Partnership
Orygen, The National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health, is the world’s leading research and knowledge organisation focusing on mental ill-health in young people.
The design of the new centre emulates nature throughout, with the open-plan approach attempting to break down an institutional feel. Encompassing three levels, the centre offers state-of-the-art clinical, housing, research, education and training facilities.
DCWC was engaged by the Department of Health and Human Services to provide full Quantity Surveying and Cost Management Services for the project.
Photo Credit: Ian Ten Seldom Photography
Northern Beaches Hospital | BVN
The public and private facility is the first major health infrastructure project on the Northern Beaches. Incorporating 488 hospital beds, a large integrated emergency department, state-of-the-art intensive and critical care units and a modern inpatient mental health care facility. The nine-storey development sets a new benchmark for healthcare.
DCWC provided Financial Certification and Quantity Surveying Services for Healthscope’s Northern Beaches $1 billion project.
Photo Credit: John Gollings Photography
Perth Children's Hospital | JCY, Cox Architecture, Billard Leece Partnership & HKS
Perth Children’s Hospital encompasses 298 beds and is WA’s only paediatric trauma centre and integrated research and education facility, including the Telethon Kids Institute. The project forms the cornerstone of the West Australian State Government’s investment in delivering major infrastructure for future generations.
DCWC provided Quantity Surveying Services in the planning phase and throughout the delivery of this state-of-the-art project.
Category: The Multi-Residential Building
Scape Swanston | Denton Corker Marshall
Located in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD, Scape Swanston incorporates over 700 fully contained studios across 47 levels including student amenity, entertaining areas and retail tenancies. Reaching completion in 2018, the development delivers an Australian leading benchmark for student living.
DCWC proudly provided Superintendent Services for the innovative student development.
Full list of 2019 INDE.Awards Shortlisted Projects