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SELECTED AWARDS & ACHIEVEMENTS
GRIEVE GILLETT ANDERSEN PLACES A HIGH VALUE ON COMMUNITY, CULTURE AND COLLABORATIVE WORK PRACTICE.
ANZAC CENTENNARY MEMORIAL WALK
1_ INTRODUCTION Grieve Gillett Andersen (GGA) is a leading architectural, interior design, heritage and urban design practice based in Adelaide, South Australia. We have over forty years of combined award winning, multidisciplinary experience acquired through the completion of a wide range of projects including: public buildings, transport and infrastructure, civic, performing and visual arts venues, education facilities, commercial and retail developments and residential projects. GGA places a high value on community, culture and collaborative work practice. At Grieve Gillett Andersen we are committed to achieving quality outcomes. We know that our environment influences every facet of our lives. In the workplace, the home or the public realm, high quality design elevates the spirit and has a profound effect on our wellbeing. At GGA we: • have proven that quality design does not need to equate to high construction costs • regard problems as opportunities for creative outcomes • define expectations by asking the right questions • know that teamwork leads to better outcomes • respect and respond to context • produce architecture that minimises energy use, provides choice, flexibility and enhances well-being.
“THIS TINY HOUSE ADDITION EMBODIES A REAL JOY IN ARCHITECTURAL OUTCOMES. ADDING TO AN ALREADY EXTENDED EARLY 20TH CENTURY RESIDENCE, THE ARCHITECTURAL WORK EXEMPLIFIES THE OPPORTUNITIES INHERENT IN GOOD DESIGN.” JURY CITATION AIA (SA) 2016
HOUSE ON MAYFAIR
2_ APPROACH Grieve Gillett Andersen (GGA) employs a creative, collaborative and logical approach to projects to deliver high quality design proposals, master plans and built environments that exceed client and user expectations.
DESIGN GGA designs respond to client needs and the opportunities of the site. We solve client problems in a restrained, elegant and artistic way, delivering customised designs free of formula or fashion driven considerations. We integrate our knowledge of history, contemporary architectural thinking and building technology into built solutions that are comfortable, pragmatic and timeless.
VALUES Our staff bring a positive, proactive attitude to every project. We are enthusiastic, qualified and passionate. Our values describe behaviours that we expect employees to demonstrate in their actions and their decisions made in pursuing the outcomes they are committed to achieving. Our values are: Caring - We care about our impact and effect on clients, colleagues, the community and the environment. Listening - We listen carefully to the needs of our clients. Learning - We constantly learn and implement new and better ways, sharing information and ideas effectively. Delivering - We deliver on the commitments made in all areas of our engagement and our service.
DELIVERY The majority of GGA workload derives from repeat business. We balance design ambition, functional objectives, technical knowledge and collaboration to create design solutions that deliver functional and sustainable architecture that meets our clients’ expectation. We deliver projects of excellence within the constraints of time, quality and budget.
INTEGRATION GGA designs in an integrated way, one that embraces engineers, contractors, specialists, planners and of course clients. Through collaboration, ideas flow freely and the syntheses of ideas generate sustainable, responsive design solutions.
QUALITY Our studio environment is underpinned by a robust organisation and management system. We are independently third party ISO 9001:2008 accredited and prequalified with the South Australian Government in the highest category. Our team will follow our project plan which will ensure that the specifications, drawings, schedules, choice of materials, finishes and detailing will all be referred back to the brief at each phase of the project. This will also involve: • Working closely with the client representative and end-users to develop a clear return brief which details current and future needs and identifies priorities. • Responding to the brief through the preparation of clear, concise documents incorporating simple detailing, construction techniques and achievable standards of finish. • Developing a collaborative working relationship with all members of the design and construction teams. • Setting clear bench marks for standards of finish and referring back throughout the construction phase. • Preparing Room Data Sheets to provide a valuable vehicle for quality control as well as capturing important detailed requirements. • Regular site inspections, reporting and documenting progress. • Ensuring that adequate warranties are specified. • Remaining focused on required standards through to final certificate and post-occupancy review. 5
2_ APPROACH TIME FRAMES Grieve Gillett Andersen has an excellent track record meeting deadlines. Projects such as Noarlunga TAFE College, Flinders University Health Sciences Teaching and the Adelaide Studios are examples of our ability to meet timeframes. Our strategies to achieve prescribed time frames include: • Reviewing and understanding fully resourcing requirements and decision making implications. • Early agreement on milestones between all stakeholders. • Establishment of a realistic program with all prescribed time frames clearly identified with milestones underlined and realistic lead times for client approvals • Regular team meetings and clear reporting with monitored actions. • Regularly monitor progress against agreed program. • Working with the client to achieve timely sign-offs.
SUSTAINABILITY Energy consumption is a major consideration in the operation of any facility and, in conjunction with environmental considerations, underlines the necessity to take advantage of every opportunity to reduce energy usage. The most sensible and cost-effective way to achieve this is the rigorous employment of passive design principles. With respect to materials and waste minimisation we will consider: • The entire product life-cycle is considered when assessing its sustainability. • Sourcing and specifying the most ecologically sustainable materials suited to an application. • Disposal and recycling of the built fabric with regard for the intended lifespan of the project. • Detailing to optimise material use by detailing to suit standard material dimensions. • Specification of separation and recycling of construction waste. We recognize that our design and production activities impact upon the environment and we are bound to minimise that effect wherever possible. At the construction phase we will work closely with the contractors to ensure that only the materials necessary to carry out the works are ordered and delivered to site, thus reducing excess material wastage.
COMMUNITY CONSULTATION GGA believes effective consultation ensures that all project stakeholders have a good understanding of problem(s), alternative solution(s), associated costs, risks and benefits. The result is a project that benefits from the broader communal input, an enhanced stakeholder understanding, a collaborative project culture and an enriched project outcome. GGA strives for consultative processes that integrate: Continuity - consultation is a constant process that commences with the project. Focus - consultation that is widely based to ensure it captures the diversity of stakeholders affected by the proposals or proposed changes. Appropriateness - consultation that starts early when objectives and options are being identified and continues throughout the process ensuring stakeholders are given sufficient time to provide considered responses. Accessiblity - stakeholder groups that are informed of the proposed consultation process, and are provided with information about proposals through a range of communication techniques appropriate to those groups. Transparency - ensures the objectives of the consultation process are clearly explained, including any framework within which consultations will take place and provides feedback on how consultation responses have been taken into consideration. Consistency and flexiblity - Consistent consultation procedures can make it easier for stakeholders to participate. Flexibility promotes relevancy in a consultative process. Evaluation - post-consultation evaluation to ensure continued exploration of ways of improving effectiveness.
WILDERNESS SCHOOL BROWNâ€™S HOUSE
3_ EXPERIENCE Grieve Gillett Andersen offer services in architecture, master planning, feasibility studies and 3D visualisations and works in urban, regional and remote locations. Our work ranges from the macro to micro scale.
• Child care and early learning centres
• Conservation works
• Public and private schools
• Conservation Management Plans
• Heritage Development Plan Amendments
• Heritage Advisory Services to local councils • Adaptive Re-use
ARTS, CULTURE & TOURISM • Theatres
COMMERCIAL, RETAIL & HOSPITALITY
• Office buildings
• Workplace fitouts
• Exhibition design
• Festival infrastructure and temporary venues
• Tourist facilities including cafes & restaurants
• Function spaces
• Mixed use developments • Industrial facilities
MASTER PLANNING • Universities
• Dental clinics
• Cultural precincts
• Community mental health facilities
• Heritage precincts
• Hospital master planning
• Aged care
• Retail precincts
• Healthcare administrative facilities
• Aged care • Residential
RESIDENTIAL • Affordable housing
TRANSPORT & INFRASTRUCTURE
• Bespoke houses
• Rail maintenance facilities
• Student housing
• Rail and bus interchanges
• Alterations and additions
• Road corridors
• Multiple residential
• Condition assessment & refit
• Light rail infrastructure • Railway Stations
ASSESSMENT • Condition assessment
• Compliance assessment
• DDA assessment
• Campus design • Tourist precincts • Precinct plan 9
“THE ARCHITECTS HAVE MET MULTIPLE CHALLENGES WITH IMAGINATION AND INTELLIGENCE, EMPLOYING A STRONG ORDERED GEOMETRY, A DRAMATIC STRUCTURE AND A RANGE OF HIGHLY APPROPRIATE MATERIALS TO CREATE BOTH A LANDMARK EXTERIOR AND A LEGIBLE SEQUENCE OF IMPRESSIVE AND HARMONIOUS INTERIOR SPACES.” JURY CITATION AIA (SA) 2002
NATIONAL WINE CENTRE
4_ SELECTED AWARDS & ACHIEVEMENTS ANZAC CENTENRARY MEMORIAL WALK • Australian Civic Trust Awards 2016 Colonel Light Award for Excellence in Design MT LOFTY OBELISK • Australian Civic Trust Awards 2016 Heritage Award HOUSE ON MAYFAIR • AIA 2016 (SA) The Marjorie Simpson Awards for Small Project Architecture FADE TO GREY • AIA 2016 (SA) Award for Residential Architecture - Alterations and Additions TUSMORE RESIDENCE • AIA 2016 (SA) Award for Residential Architecture - Houses (New) ST FRANCIS XAVIER CATHEDRAL PIPE ORGAN PROJECT • AIA 2016 (SA) Commendation for Heritage BLACKLINE • AIA 2015 (SA) Architecture Award for Small Project Architecture GOODWOOD JUNCTION RAIL GRADE SEPARATION • 2014 Civil Contractors Federation (CCF) • South Australian Earth Award • 2014 CCF National Earth Award BURNSIDE RESIDENCE • 2014 IES - Award of Commendation Lighting Design ADELAIDE CENTRAL SCHOOL OF ART • AIA 2014 (SA) Architecture Award in Heritage JAMFACTORY AT SEPPELTSFIELD • AIA 2014 (SA) Commendation for Sustainable Architecture UNISA CITY EAST PUBLIC REALM • AIA 2014 (SA) Commendation for Urban Design • 2014 IES - Award of Commendation Lighting Design TOORAK GARDENS RESIDENCE • AIA 2014 (SA) Architecture Award for Residential Architecture, Houses (Alterations and Additions) • AIA 2014 (SA) The Adelaide Review People’s Choice Award in Residential Architecture UNLEY RESIDENCE • AIA 2014 (SA) Commendation in Residential Architecture, Houses (Alterations and Additions) GOOLWA BEACH RESIDENCE • AIA 2014 (SA) The John S Chappel Award for Residential Architecture - Houses (New) • 2013 IES - Award of Excellence Lighting Design Rose Park Residence • AIA 2013 (SA) Architecture Award in Residential Architecture NORTHERN COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH • DIA 2013 (SA) Special Mention in Built Environment GRENFELL PLAZA FOUNTAIN • 2013 IES - Award of Excellence Lighting Design
GOOLWA BEACH HOUSE • AIA 2013 (SA) Architecture Award in Sustainable Architecture • AIA 2013 (SA) Commendation in Residential Architecture THE DEPOT • AIA 2013 (SA) The City of Adelaide Prize, People’s Choice Award ELIZABETH STATION • 2013 Sorel Award for Galvanizers Association of Australia (GAA) ADELAIDE STUDIOS (IN ASSOCIATION WITH COX RICHARDSON) • AIA 2012 National Award for Commercial Architecture • AIA 2012 (SA) The Keith Neighbour Award for Commercial Architecture • AIA 2012 (SA) Commendation – Heritage • AIA 2012 (SA) Commendation – Interior Architecture • Museum of Economic Botany Conservation Works • AIA 2012 (SA) The David Saunders Award for Heritage Architecture NORWOOD RESIDENCE • AIA 2012 (SA) John S Chappel Award for Residential Architecture FLINDERS UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE • MBA 2012 (SA) Award for Excellence in Commercial / Industrial Building $5M-$10M (Awarded to Mossops Group Pty Ltd) • AIA 2011 (SA) Peoples Choice Award • AIA 2011 (SA) Commendation – Public Architecture • Steel Design Awards SA 2012 High Commendation, • Buildings - Large Projects - Steel Design • 2010 IES – Award of Commendation – Lighting Design YALUMBA – SIGNATURE CELLAR AND TANKS 11 & 12 • AIA 2011 (SA) The Robert Dickson Award for Interior Architecture • IES 2010 Award of Commendation Lighting Design SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM BIODIVERSITY GALLERY • AIA 2011 (SA) Award of Excellence in Collaborative Design JANE’S HOUSE • AIA 2009 (SA) Commendation for Residential Architecture • AIA 2009 (SA) Commendation for Interior Architecture GRIEVE GILLETT OFFICE – PIRIE STREET • 2008 IES– Award of Excellence – Lighting Design ELLIOT GARDENS RETIREMENT VILLAGE • 2008 UDIA Commendation - Seniors Living HOUSE 42 • AIA 2007 (SA) Award of Merit in Residential Architecture
COLLEGE PARK RESIDENCE • AIA 2007 (SA) Commendation for Interior Architecture ST FRANCIS XAVIER’S CATHEDRAL - EXTERNAL FACADE • 2006 IES– Award of Excellence – Lighting Design FLINDERS UNIVERSITY PLAZA • 2006 Royal Australian Institute of Architects (SA Chapter) Commendation – Urban Design TORRENS PARADE GROUND + DEPOT UPGRADE • 2005 Royal Australian Institute of Architects (SA Chapter) Award of Merit - Heritage 2004 Edmund Wright Heritage Award – SA Department for Environment + Heritage • Commendation (Non Residential) Heritage Places • 2004 IES– Award of Excellence – Lighting Design LEED ENGINEERING +CONSTRUCTION PTY LTD – LEVEL 1, RECEPTION + WAITING + CONFERENCE • 2006 Royal Australian Institute of Architects (SA Chapter) Award of Merit – Interior HEARD RESIDENCE • 2003 Royal Australain Institute of Architects (SA Chapter) Residential Architecture Commendation GRIEVE GILLETT OFFICE – MOGER LANE • 2003 IES – Award of Commendation – Lighting Design NICHOLAS PIKE GALLERY – GALLERY AREA • 2003 IES – Award of Commendation – Lighting Design NATIONAL WINE CENTRE – CONCOURSE FOYER • 2003 IES – Award of Commendation – Lighting Design NICHOLAS PIKE GALLERY • (Burnside Village, South Australia) 2002 RAIA Award of Merit – Interior Design NATIONAL WINE CENTRE • 2002 RAIA Award of Merit – New Building • 2002 AISC Award for Steel Construction Excellence • 2002 Best Architecture Award – 7th World Conference on Timber Engineering – Malaysia • 2001 UDIA Award for Excellence in Urban Planning • 2001 Australian Timber Design Awards: Public and Commercial Building Best use of Timber Engineering Supreme Timber Design Award GOODMAN BUILDING - INTERIORS • 2001 IES – Award of Commendation – Lighting Design CARRINGTON STREET RESIDENCE • 1999 IES – Award of Commendation – Lighting Design • 1998 RAIA Award of Merit – Art and Architecture • 1998 RAIA Commendation - Residential • 1998 DIA - Design Citation TANDANYA • 1990 Civic Trust Award 11
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5_ SELECTED PROJECTS
“. . . THE NEW FACILITIES ACHIEVE INDUSTRY BEST PRACTICE. BOTH THE OLD AND NEW ARCHITECTURE HAVE A ROBUST, NO-NONSENSE CHARACTER, RESULTING IN AN EXPERIENTIALLY RICH AND STIMULATING ENVIRONMENT.” JURY CITATION AIA (NATIONAL) 2012
ADELAIDE STUDIOS ADELAIDE, SA The new Adelaide Studios, located within the Glenside Campus cultural precinct, provides a landmark home for the next generation of film and screen talent. The Studios include new sound stages, production rooms, post-production facilities including mixing and foley studios, a set construction building and a screening theatre. These facilities will sustain South Australiaâ€™s niche in supporting and attracting independent production. Site master planning includes the successful integration of new buildings with the existing heritage buildings and features and access for large articulated vehicles during film production. The centre contains many important heritage buildings which have been conserved and adapted for reuse by the Studios tenants.
FILM AND SCREEN INDUSTRY FACILITY IN ASSOCIATION WITH COX RICHARDSON ARCHITECTS ADELAIDE, SA COMPLETED: 2011 CLIENT ARTS SA PROJECT VALUE $42.95 MILLION AWARDS AIA 2012 (SA) COMMENDATION FOR HERITAGE, AIA 2012 (SA) THE KEITH NEIGHBOUR AWARD FOR COMMERCIAL ARCHITECTURE, AIA 2012 (SA) COMMENDATION FOR INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE, AIA 2012 NATIONAL AWARD FOR COMMERCIAL ARCHITECTURE
ANZAC CENTENARY MEMORIAL GARDEN WALK ADELAIDE, SA The Anzac Centenary Memorial Walk is a ‘memorial for all, not a few’. The project seeks to deliver a memorial space within an urban environment that is simple, elegant and reflective. The Walk links the South Australian National War Memorial with the Torrens Parade Ground and Government House. The Walk incorporates a series of open blade fence, opening up views to Government House while simultaneously providing privacy. A reflective granite wall with etchings reflecting 100 years of Australians at war encourage reflection and continuing engagement of the Anzac Legacy. A linear garden populated with Australian natives provide a space for quiet contemplation removed from the city surrounds. Public and interactive lighting enhances night time experience. A generous promenade provides a safe and accessible public space and a link that is welcoming and age-friendly, large enough to accommodate everyday flow without losing its sense of place. Working within and extremely tight timeframe, GGA was able to encapsulate the client’s aspirations, manage stakeholder consultation and budgetary requirements to deliver a Memorial that is seamlessly integrated within its urban settings. The project has transformed Kintore Avenue into a memorial precinct that pays tribute to the service and sacrifice of all Australians affected by war. The site now encourages public interaction with Government House and opens up Kintore Avenue as an important piece of public infrastructure connecting Adelaide City with the North Terrace and Riverbank Precincts.
ANZAC CENTENARY MEMORIAL WALK ADELAIDE, SA COMPLETED: APRIL 2016 CLIENT DEPT. OF PLANNING, TRANSPORT & INFRASTRUCTURE & DEPT. OF VETERANS AFFAIRS PROJECT VALUE $10 MILLION AWARDS 2016 AUSTRALIAN CIVIC TRUST COLONEL WILLIAM LIGHT AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN DESIGN
JAMFACTORY, SEPPELTSFIELD SEPPELTSFIELD, SA GALLERY & ARTIST WORKSHOP COMPLETED: 2013 CLIENT JAMFACTORY PROJECT VALUE $450,000
AWARDS - AIA 2014 (SA) COMMENDATION FOR SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE
As part of the greater Seppeltsfield site improvement in the Barossa Valley, Grieve Gillett Andersen was approached to design the conversion of the original stables building to house the first regional satellite facility for the JamFactory Arts Centre. The original stone stable building, once home to a shearing shed, coach house, tractor shed, warehouse and cooperage, now accommodates a large flexible gallery, artists studioâ€™s and retail area. Salvaged materials were used extensively for the interior finishes. Reclaimed 2.4 metre x 1.2 metre Mintaro slate slabs, formerly used in open ferment wine tanks are repurposed as studio flooring. Redundant port vats and hardwood cellar staves are also used as integral elements of the fitout. The project is a true collaboration between architect, client, builder and tenant with significant steel fabrication undertaken by the on-site winery welder, restoration and conversion of the port vats completed by the winery cooper and the shop fitout designed and constructed by the JamFactory timber artisans.
THE DESIGN PROVIDES A CLEAR DELINEATION BETWEEN OLD AND NEW. ALL EXISTING WALLS RETAIN THEIR STORIES, WHILE NEW INSERTIONS PROVIDE A STARK CONTRAST IN COLOUR AND MATERIAL.
ADELAIDE CENTRAL SCHOOL OF ART GLENSIDE, SA ADELAIDE CENTRAL SCHOOL OF ART ADELAIDE SA COMPLETED: 2013 CLIENT ADELAIDE CENTRAL SCHOOL OF ART PROJECT VALUE $2.8 MILLION AWARDS AIA (SA) 2014 HERITAGE AWARD
Grieve Gillett Architects (GGA) has worked with the Adelaide Central School of Art (the School) over a number of years, assisting with the identification of buildings appropriate to acquire and renovate for the School’s relocation. The circa 1899 buildings in which the School now resides were previously the Male Dormitory and Dining Hall for the Glenside Lunatic Asylum, both unoccupied since 1978. The buildings lend themselves perfectly to an art school, with the large dormitories now teaching studios and smaller ‘cells’ individual studio spaces. The Dining Hall building has been converted into administration facilities and an art gallery. The design intent was to provide a clear delineation between old and new. All existing walls were simply cleaned, retaining their stories, while new insertions provide a stark contrast in colour and material. Services have generally been left exposed. This decision was partly driven by a constrained budget, and with a view to maximising flexibility in the future for the School. The School believes that the iconic buildings and prestigious location will draw new support for the school from business, other education institutions and the community.
UNISA CITY EAST PLAZA
The UniSA City East Campus is located within the eastern end of Adelaide’s cultural boulevard on North Terrace. The pedestrian link between North Terrace and the public spaces of the campus were in poor condition, under utilised and inadequate for the current and future needs of the University.
UNISA CITY EAST PUBLIC REALM ADELAIDE, SA COMPLETED: 2014
The principles that guided the project were:
• Create a visual link between the pedestrian areas through a set of connective structural elements • Provide flexible, adaptable spaces that support University life and culture • Apply sustainable solutions that are appropriate, cost effective and low maintenance In response, a suite of structures was developed to mark entries, define circulation, create shelter and provide varied seating options. Mobile furniture enables events to be held on the Plaza, while external Wi-Fi and power coverage facilitates informal study and recreation opportunities. A simple, robust, low-maintenance material palette provides visual consistency. Repetitive forms and details were developed to simplify construction, manage cost and provide the potential for future relocation. The result is an exciting series of architectural interventions that create destinations and define connections. The project fosters a clear campus identity that is conducive to social interaction, provides informal learning opportunities and is adaptable for the future.
PROJECT VALUE $1.31 MILLION AWARDS AIA 2014 (SA) COMMENDATION FOR URBAN DESIGN
PHYSIO XTRA NORWOOD NORWOOD, SA PHYSIO XTRA NORWOOD, SA COMPLETED: 2015 CLIENT PHYSIO XTRA PROJECT VALUE $250,000
Grieve Gillett Andersen was engaged to undertake a fitout for health clinic franchise Physio Xtra to reinvent their image as part of their relocation to a new premises on Magill Road. Tight timeframes due to leasing arrangements, an unorthodox contractual arrangement and half complete internal building base works, required flexibility and agility on the part of the design team. The build included various consulting rooms, a gymnasium, change room and toilet facilities, a reception, office space and kitchen breakout for staff. Crucial to the success of the end product was the decision to paint the entire base building interior black and a collaboration with Frame, a visual communications firm, who helped deliver the ‘neomemphis’ style graphics throughout the fitout. The finished product seamlessly weaves the vibrant graphics into the fabric of the building creating an engaging street elevation transforming a simple building into something visually striking, a key directive from the client. “We receive so many comments about our fit out – there is no other physio practice in Adelaide quite like this one, and it’s a vibrant place for our staff to work. We love the space, light and colour, and sum it up as having a great atmosphere.” - Client
GOLDEN BOY ADELAIDE, SA
Golden Boy is a small and intimate restaurant within the heritage listed iconic Botanic Hotel building. The owners approached Grieve Gillett Andersen (GGA) with some rough sketches and approximate construction ideas for their proposed Thai style restaurant. GGA interrogated the restaurantâ€™s style and intent before working with the client to evolve the design developing and modelling the concepts in 3D. The final materials palette is restrained consisting of black scaffold piping, brass fittings, white tiles and mirrors. The restaurant fitout creates a smaller construction within the larger dining room volume deliberately echoing the language of an Asian market stall with implied bamboo elements, small roofs and long tables. Graphic / graffiti art on the walls give the fitout a youthful urban edge. Golden Boy is playful and stylish with an elegant but abstracted Asian street feel.
BOTANIC BAR RESTAURANT COMPLETED: 2013 CLIENT PRIVATE
PETALUMA WINERY WOODSIDE, SA Following purchasing of the Petaluma label in 2001 Lion continued to produce and operate from the original Croser established winery and vineyard. In 2010 following a property search covering hundreds of Hills properties, planning commenced to establish a new state of the art winery and production facility near Woodside in the Adelaide Hills. The original homestead sited on a hilltop overlooking the new facility was identified as the preferred site for a cellar door however project funding identified that the original homestead would be retained and altered rather than a new purpose designed facility as originally planned. Grieve Gillett Andersen (GGA) was engaged to prepare a design working with contractor Harrold + Kite. Various options were explored and interrogated to establish a unique cellar door experience while maximizing value for money. Existing fabric was substantially retained and altered only to suit functional requirements. The domestic nature of the existing structure was altered by the addition of a metal clad entry structure and rammed earth wall extending into the landscape. Internal ceilings were removed exposing timber roof trusses. Customized riddling racks, oak battens and glass mobiles combine with concealed coloured lighting to create the desired unique refined and elegant cellar door experience.
PETALUMA CELLAR DOOR WOODSIDE, SA COMPLETED: 2015 CLIENT LION PTY LTD
YALUMBA ANGASTON, SA
YALUMBA ADMINISTRATION & SIGNATURE CELLARS ANGASTON, SA COMPLETED: 2008
The main building at Yalumba, a State Heritage Place, is the headquarters for the oldest family owned winery in Australia. A master plan and facilities plan were prepared for the change of use of the building largely from warehouse and wine storage to staff and public facilities.
Extensive internal renovations have been completed. These include conversion of underground wine tanks into wine tasting and dining facilities, the installation of a commercial kitchen, renovation of the Signature Cellar function space, significant renovation of existing office accommodation and the creation of new office areas, staff training and conference facilities. The new facilities provide staff and public amenities and a gathering place for the entire 360 winery staff based at Angaston.
AWARDS AIA 2011 (SA) AWARD OF MERIT THE ROBERT DICKSON AWARD FOR INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE IES 2010 AWARD OF COMMENDATION LIGHTING DESIGN
“Grieve Gillett have considered and applied Yalumba’s ethos of tradition and innovation with a considered retention and a celebration of existing heritage qualities. The master touch of an experienced design hand can be felt with a celebratory juxtaposition between the sophistication of the new and the industrial feel of the old.” Jury Citation 2011 AIA (SA)
WILDERNESS SCHOOL BROWN’S HOUSE MEDINDIE, SA
Brown’s House, located centrally within Wilderness School, was historically home to the Brown Family and accommodated both boarders and day girls. The redevelopment needed a grand gesture, something to re-establish Brown’s House as the heart of the School community, and to create a welcoming and impressive entry to the School. Drawing on the School’s motto ‘Semper Verus’, meaning “Always True”, the preceding ill-conceived additions were demolished, stripping back the multitude of layers to reveal base material finishes and fabric, restoring the ‘true’ form of Brown’s House. The architectural approach was one of simplicity and elegance. The new building, which touches the existing fabric ever so lightly with minimal physical connections, has been inserted between and under three existing buildings of varying ages and character. The refined and elegant interiors were a result of the interplay of internal and external spaces. Grieve Gillett Andersen has delivered an administrative function that meets 21st century requirements. Brown’s House is again a central meeting place for the school, a place that celebrates a rich history, and draws people together to create new memories.
WILDERNESS SCHOOL BROWN’S HOUSE MEDINDIE, SA COMPLETED: 2016 CLIENT WILDERNESS SCHOOL PROJECT VALUE $3.5 MILLION
ALEXANDRA RESIDENCE ROSE PARK, SA Peeping from behind a neatly restored gothic influenced Edwardian-style bungalow, floats a metal, neo-roman profile clad room, sitting quietly in the background and letting the past take pride of place.
ALEXANDRA RESIDENCE ROSE PARK, SA COMPLETION: 2016
The clients wanted a fun and interesting living experience for a growing and exciting young family. Three overlapping rectangular forms in white render, metal and timber unite the new living spaces and first floor bedroom. The long corridor from the existing house expands into the addition, creating a catwalk from which spaces can overlap and be organised. A concealed laundry, sunken lounge, light well stair, dining and an open-air kitchen space run along the east. While a garden strip with planted gravel, decking, a rendered boundary wall and retractable shading runs along the western side of the site.
The concept of layering and overlapping spaces and forms, has arranged an open plan around a vertical stairwell, providing both spatial separation and visual continuity. The timber clad light well allows light to travel in from the roof top garden deck. Blocks of materials defining individual areas and changes in heights and scale, amplify the internal terrain. Concealment and delight increase a sense of surprise and joy, while the graphic use of colour in doors and fragments creates compositions across various surfaces.
PROJECT VALUE $450,000
CRAYON HOUSE GOODWOOD, SA On a quiet one-way street in Goodwood, a child’s drawing of a house has come to life. Driven by the client’s passion for sustainability, there had to be communal and private spaces that will grow with the family and a low maintenance garden for herbs and veggies. The house features two contrasting, yet complimentary house forms. A warm grey metal shape that sits close to a timber form, and a glass entry between blurs the lines between inside and outside. The metal house contains cooking, eating and socialising spaces, while the timber house is organised by a lofty corridor with high-level openable windows and contains two bedrooms and a utilities block that slides into the study. The garden design circles the house creating lovely backdrops, vistas and functional zones. Multiple decks project out from the house, one of which plays host to relaxing, swinging, bike riding, and BBQs and beer-making experiments. Crayon House has an energy-conscious soul, and although it is responsible it has a ‘life is meant to be fun’ attitude, expressed by a playfulness between light and colour depending on the change of seasons.
CRAYON HOUSE GOODWOOD, SA COMPLETION: 2016 CLIENT PRIVATE PROJECT VALUE $550,000
“.WHILE THE DESIGN LANGUAGE SPEAKS OF CLIFFS AND CAVES, EXPRESSED IN THE RESTRAINED PALETTE OF STONE GREY AND METALLIC HUES, THERE IS NOTHING ELEMENTAL ABOUT THIS DESIGN, WHICH OFFERS A NOTEPERFECT TAKE ON REFINED URBAN LIVING.” JURY CITATION AIA (SA) 2016
FADE TO GREY PARKSIDE, SA
PRIVATE RESIDENCE COMPLETED: 2015 AWARDS AIA (SA) 2016 AWARD FOR RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURE – HOUSES (ALTERATIONS & ADDITIONS)
Fade to Grey involved an extension to an existing villa with new indoor and outdoor areas suitable for contemporary family living. Having returned from living interstate, the Owners recognised the value of their generous innercity allotment and were keen to maintain landscape whilst upgrading their home. Unlike many renovation responses, the design of Fade to Grey is not a single architectural flourish but a mix of volumes, materials, detailing, light and views. It explores the occupants’ relationship with the natural environment through a number of different spatial and sensory experiences. During design development the contrasting spatial qualities of a “cave” and a “cliff” were used to explore the occupants’ relationship to landscape. The eating and dining zone was designed as an intimate and protective space with modest ceiling heights, grey walls, and controlled window openings. The living zone in contrast puts the occupants in a dramatic cliff or treelike space with tall timber lined ceilings and full height openings shooting out to the garden. The textural external materials are carried inside and the openings to North and South provide a feeling of transparency linking the outdoor and indoor spaces.
TOORAK GARDENS RESIDENCE TOORAK GARDENS, SA ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS TOORAK GARDENS, SA COMPLETED: 2013 CLIENT PRIVATE AWARDS AIA 2014 (SA) ARCHITECTURE AWARD FOR RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURE, HOUSES (ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS) AIA 2014 (SA) THE ADELAIDE REVIEW PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD IN RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURE
The Toorak Gardens Residence is an extension to an Eastern suburbs bungalow. The project involved adding added new living and utility areas to complement the existing private spaces. The design of the new building establishes strong visual and physical connections to the outdoors. The white central sculptural form captures natural light and provides a backdrop for the theatre of the natural landscape. The north facing façade is positioned adjacent to an existing deciduous tree which shades the glass in summer and enables sun penetration deep into the interior in winter. The Toorak Gardens Residence has a fluid overlapping floorplan across three levels. This has enabled better operational outcomes for the occupants and injected energy and life into their existing home. The large central living volume crisply detailed to encourage contemplation and calm. These central spaces are surrounded by utility areas which are roughly detailed and feather out to the landscape.
BOWDEN APARTMENTS BOWDEN, SA
BOWDEN APARTMENTS COMPLETED: 2013 CLIENT ACDEV PROJECT VALUE $4 MILLION
56 Seventh Street is the first apartment building to be completed in the renewal of this former industrial area. These 16 apartments, all pre-sold shortly after being released, are also the first 5 star Greenstar residential rated apartments in South Australia. Developed as a basic ‘box’, the strong industrial form and palette and robust repetitive façade is offset by a finer grained approach in the detailing. The ‘box’ is notched on both major facades. Generous voids are cut out of the rear of the building providing all bedrooms direct access to natural light and ventilation. The location of the kitchens at the front elevation recognises the importance of this space as a focal element of the apartments. The corner kitchen window provides a clear and strong connection with the north facing external areas – a rarity in apartment design. The result is a building that moderates between the remnant industrial context of the location and the domestic nature of the apartment, accommodating both.
GLOBE APARTMENTS ADELAIDE, SA
MULTI STOREY RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT COMPLETED: 2011 CLIENT HINDMARSH PROJECT VALUE $21 MILLION
Hindmarsh engaged Grieve Gillett Andersen (GGA) to design, document and provide construction services for the Globe Apartments. The 78 apartment, 15 storey residential development occupies a particularly tight site in Synagogue Place adjacent to Rundle Street in Adelaideâ€™s east end. With a site area of 540m2, the development has a plot ratio of 11.8:1. GGAâ€™s lateral approach to the design of the apartments achieves a scheme that maximises the saleable area, providing six two bedroom units per floor. All bedrooms enjoy an external window. A common area with laundry facilities, a large kitchen, meeting rooms, lounge and theatre room is provided on the first floor, with bicycle parking on the ground floor. The ground floor is activated by a retail tenancy that flows from the residential lobby. The design employs a highly efficient structural solution with a shear lift/scissor stair core and load bearing, self-finished pre-cast concrete, textured facade.
EDGEWATER APARTMENTS & VILLAS PORT ADELAIDE, SA
EDGEWATER APARTMENTS AND VILLAS IN ASSOCIATION WITH COX ARCHITECTS & PLANNERS MELBOURNE COMPLETED: 2007
CLIENT NEWPORT QUAYS PROJECT VALUE APARTMENTS: $47 MILLION, VILLAS: $27 MILLION
Newport Quays Stage 1 (Edgewater Apartments and Villas) was a joint venture with architectural practice Cox Melbourne. The project consisted of three harbour side apartment blocks of five storeys each with on ground parking and forty eight apartments. The apartment blocks were fronted by fifty two Torrens title two and three storey townhouses with separate dual vehicle private parking. A gymnasium, spa and indoor 25m swimming pool were included in the base of the central apartment block and secured moorings were provided in the adjacent harbour. Following architectural concept design by Cox, Grieve Gillett Andersen (GGA) undertook architectural design development, managed authority approvals, coordinated the consultant team, prepared construction documentation and undertook contract administration as a Design + Construct (D+C) contract. Edgewater was the first stage of a redevelopment aimed at upgrading and re-using previously disused and alienated industrial land, thereby enhancing and rejuvenating the urban environment of Port Adelaide. GGA facilitated the design and delivery of a substantial South Australian development by an interstate architectural practice with minimal input beyond the sketch design phase. GGA worked closely with the developer and the building contractors to achieve a successful end result. The project was delivered on time and within budget importantly meeting preconstruction sales contract dates.
UNISA CITY WEST CHILD CARE CENTRE ADELAIDE, SA
UNISA CITY WEST CHILD CARE CENTRE ADELAIDE CBD, SA COMPLETED: 2015â€‚ CLIENT UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA (UNISA) PROJECT VALUE $5 MILLION
The University of South Australia (UniSA) owns the TAFE operated child care centre in the western end of Hindley Street in Adelaideâ€™s western CBD. The site is immediately adjacent the new Jeffrey Smart Building and UniSA had earmarked the site for redevelopment to accommodate the new UniSA Great Hall creating a ceremonial and activity centre for the UniSA City West campus. UniSA engaged Grieve Gillett Andersen (GGA) to prepare designs for a new 96 child care centre using modular construction. UniSA owned a site in Waymouth Street which had previously been a car sales and service centre and a service station. The site contained contaminated material and GGA managed site remediation liaising with contamination consultants and independent environmental auditors. Modular construction was selected to maintain future development flexibility of the site. Modular construction provided programme benefits as modular units were fabricated off site while site remediation works were undertaken. Modular construction also facilitated simplified future relocation to an alternative site freeing the CBD site for more intensive education core based development. GGA undertook a study tour of modular construction workshops, subsequently prepared design and documentation to suit modular methodologies and worked closely with the modular contractor to deliver the project.
NEWMAN THEATRE WILDERNESS SCHOOL MEDINDIE, SA Wilderness School has a long established tradition of music and drama historically centred around the Memorial Hall auditorium located in the centre of the campus adjacent the original school building of Brown’s House. Grieve Gillett Andersen (GGA) was engaged to simultaneously undertake two projects for the school; Administrative alterations and additions to the original Brown’s House, and a refit and expansion of the Memorial Hall increasing its flexibility and expanding its functionality. GGA’s design for the Hall evolved to an extension of back-of-house facilities in a new basement area and an enlarged more functional stage. The Hall is now a flexible facility for use as a theatre (seating 150), teaching areas (drama classes) and suited to a broad range of school functions. A south facing glazed wall backing the stage provides optional views over the central campus lawn and to city views beyond. Operation of motorised blinds backing the stage allows theatre blackout making the Hall flexibly suited to both daytime and night time use. The Memorial Hall now provides state of the art school assembly and lecture theatre functions while allowing specialized daytime and evening theatre functionality.
NEWMAN THEATRE WILDERNESS SCHOOL MEDINDIE, SA COMPLETION: 2016 CLIENT WILDERNESS SCHOOL PROJECT VALUE $1.8 MILLION
THE DEPOT HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO INVIGORATE THE CITYâ€™S WEST END PRECINCT AT A TIME WHEN MUCH OF THE ADELAIDE FRINGE FOCUS IS AT THE EAST END OF THE CITY.
THE DEPOT ADELAIDE, SA
The Depot is a major installation and venue that has been built primarily for the 2013 Adelaide Fringe Festival with the intention of becoming a long term facility. It is located on land previously used as Adelaide’s main bus station (intrastate and interstate). The Depot has been designed to invigorate the City’s West End precinct at a time when much of the Adelaide Fringe focus is at the East End of the city. The spontaneous, industrial aesthetic has been created with the use of lightweight and cost effective construction materials, shipping containers and timber pallets. Central to the design intent has been the use of recycled materials coupled with public participation that saw the venue evolve throughout the Fringe Festival. The project has incorporated remnant sheds and rooves to create a variety of venues including an 800 person capacity enclosed performance space, food and beverage facilities and a major stage for outdoor performances. The entertainment and activities have been wide ranging and eclectic - local hiphop soul band ‘Lowrider’, the ‘Whitlams’ and the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra are some of the performers. The Depot has also catered for children with a new ‘Kid’s Fringe’ program being offered for the first time.
THE DEPOT COMPLETED: 2013 CLIENT PROM ENTERTAINMENT PROJECT VALUE $350, 000 AWARDS AIA 2013 (SA) CITY OF ADELAIDE PRIZE, PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD
RIVERLAND ORAL HEALTH CENTRE BERRI, SA RIVERLAND ORAL HEALTH CENTRE BERRI, SA COMPLETED: 2010 CLIENT THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE PROJECT VALUE $6.34 MILLION
The Riverland Oral Health Centre is a 10-chair dental clinic with support spaces for administration, teaching spaces for students of the Dental School, and a central sterilisation room. Grieve Gillett Andersen has brought together our extensive experience in the design of dental clinics, office fitouts and teaching spaces, to provide a facility that not only ensures excellence in patient care and infection control, but creates a comfortable and inviting space for staff and their clients. The design delivers a sense of openness, enhanced by natural light, high ceilings, and large circulation spaces. Colourful and textured interior finishes, as well as curves, minimise the “clinical” feel of the facility, while maintaining its clinical function. In addition, the building’s form and materiality reflects and gracefully connects with the surrounding residential neighbourhood. The Riverland Oral Health Centre provides an identifiable base for the provision of oral health care in the Riverland region, demonstrating physically its relationship to general health on the hospital site, while maintaining a distinct importance in its own right.
WALLBRIDGE & GILBERT OFFICE REDEVELOPMENT ADELAIDE, SA WALLBRIDGE & GILBERT OFFICE REDEVELOPMENT ADELAIDE, SA COMPLETED: 2016 PROJECT VALUE $8.5MILLION
The weathervane at the top of the tower reveals one of the former uses of this iconic heritage building in Adelaide. Formerly a brewery, mechanic’s workshop and leaking car park, it is now an extension to the offices of longstanding Adelaide engineering practice, Wallbridge and Gilbert. A respect for the history of the place and the way that history is bound in the fabric of the building, steered the design of a significant intervention to convert a leaking, drafty and crooked space beneath the two barrel roofs, into a useable and unique office environment. Based on best practice heritage principles, but also on a design premise that sought to use the patina of worn materials in the new work, the conflict between retention of old physical fabric and provision of new useable space has led to a design solution that elegantly references what came before. The collaboration between architect, engineer, contractor, steel fabricator, and 3D modeller results in a deceptively simple interior space. Externally, works focussed on providing stability to the weathered façade, reinstating details where appropriate and removing later insertions to return the worn Wyatt Street façade, to a state of physical soundness without over embellishing.
ADELAIDE WOMEN’S PRISON 20 BED HIGH SECURITY UNIT
Since its establishment the Adelaide Women’s Prison (AWP) had developed randomly with the result that the current facility suffered compromised functionality and operationally. Grieve Gillett Andersen (GGA) worked with Perumal Pedavoli Architects in the preparation of an AWP Master Plan. Integral to the initial stages of this master plan was the development of a new 20 Bed High Security Accommodation Unit. AWP is the only prison in South Australia to provide cellular accommodation for female prisoners. Prior to this project being commissioned, there were 8 cells available. To meet the need to maintain operations at AWP for a further 15 years, DCS commissioned PPA and GGA to design a 20 Bed High Security Accommodation Unit. The new accommodation unit was constructed using mixed construction methods: traditional and modular using shipping containers. A temporary ‘construction’ sallyport through the existing secured perimeter and fence was constructed to provide a dedicated access for the contractors. The unit accommodates 20 single cells, associated day rooms, external caged exercise yards, officer station, staff amenities, interview room, programs room, medical consult room, treatment room and urinalysis area. GGA worked cooperatively and consistently with the contractor to deliver the project despite construction challenges and programme extensions.
NORTHFIELD PRISON’S PACKAGE 2, ADELAIDE WOMEN’S PRISON - 20 BED HIGH SECURITY UNIT NORTHFIELD, SA COMPLETED: 2014 CLIENT SA DEPARTMENT FOR CORRECTIONAL SERVICES PROJECT VALUE $5 MILLION
Expiring leases on four Government Ministerial offices required new accommodation for Ministers and staff. Grieve Gillett Andersen (GGA) was engaged to design, document and deliver 2000m2 of office space over two levels of a central CBD building dating from the early 1970s. To optimise value for money and programme delivery timeframes office floor fitout works were coordinated with base building upgrade works using a shared contractor. This required meticulous definition of scope of works for each works contract to manage responsibilities, responsibilities for variations to works and to avoid contractual dispute. With effectively four separate clients within the single contract GGA conducted separate consultation sessions with each group to meet specific group needs for each workspace. Individual group identity preferences and finishes palettes were subtly varied while a consistent design intent was established across the overall tenancy. Finishes palettes were kept clean and simple achieving a series of restrained but elegant interiors embodying durability but also longevity of appeal appropriate for Ministerial Offices. Government Office Accommodation Committee (GOAC) guidelines were adhered to ensuring compliance and spatial equity across the tenancy and workplace.
OFFICE FITOUT ADELAIDE, SA COMPLETED: 2015â€‚ CLIENT DPTI PROJECT VALUE $4 MILLION
CITI CENTRE LEVEL 9 SA Health and Department of Planning Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) commissioned Grieve Gillett Andersen (GGA) to refit their executive offices located on Level 9 of the Citi Centre Building, 11 Hindmarsh Square, Adelaide. The project had to achieve executive quality of finish or milieu within a very limited budget. The new fit-out consists of offices for the Minister, Chief Executive, other executives and media advisors, open plan offices for executive assistants, meeting rooms, utility areas and staff cafes. The construction was staged to allow continued occupation of project areas by SA Health staff. GGA assisted the contractor with managing staging and colocation issues and assisted the client with decanting procedures following staged completions. The irregular-shape floor plate presented a challenge to the design which is compounded by the low ceiling height and minimum ceiling space commonly found in the developer-driven base buildings. Despite the challenges, GGA successfully delivered the project on budget and on time. The end product is appropriate in finish for executive offices concurrent with satisfying the clientâ€™s limited budget. The fit-out meets the current Government Office Accommodation Committee Fit-out Standards. The project was completed in January 2015.
MINISTERIAL AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICE FIYOUT FOR SA HEALTH ADELAIDE, SA COMPLETED: 2015â€‚ CLIENT SA HEALTH PROJECT VALUE $1.3 MILLION
ARGANA PARK CLUBROOMS HALL AND KITCHEN CITY OF PLAYFORD REFURBISHMENTS ELIZABETH, SA COMPLETED: 2014â€‚ CLIENT CITY OF PLAYFORD PROJECT VALUE $300,000
City of Playford engaged Grieve Gillett Andersen (GGA) to refurbish multiple sports and recreation facilities and clubrooms across the Councilâ€™s sports and recreation portfolio to upgrade these existing facilities into line with current standards. The refurbishment of the Argana Park Football Clubrooms involved upgrading the existing kitchen to a semi-commercial kitchen addressing Health Department compliance, OHWS compliance, functionality and flexibility issues to suit the clubs changing and expanding requirements. The upper level function space, bar and toilets were refurbished addressing OHWS compliance, workplace functionality, security and lighting increasing the capacity of the facility but also substantially improving the ambiance of the space in both day time and night time modes. During sketch design and design development phases GGA assisted Council with extensive stakeholder consultation using workshops and 3D option modelling to establish existing work patterns and to explore alternative, safer and functionally improved workflows.
ELECTRANET OFFICE FITOUT KESWICK, SA COMPLETED: 2012 CLIENT ELECTRANET
ElectraNet engaged Grieve Gillett Andersen (GGA) for the Design and Documentation of a new fitout in the Coffey Building on Richmond Road. The 1000sqm fitout included workstations for seventy five people, two senior managers officers, three board rooms, three quiet rooms, lunchroom and a communications room. GGA worked closely with the client user groups to design a space which was fit for purpose, met the client’s limited budget and was delivered within a constrained programme. The occupied building has 5 star green star accreditation. GGA adopted green star principles to inform design decisions and material palette selections to support the environmentally sustainable approach. Given the limited budget, GGA were able to deliver a fitout that met all of the client’s requirements achieving a high level of client satisfaction. The project programme was just five months from consultants’ engagement to client occupation.
FREER PARKER ADELAIDE, SA OFFICE FITOUT ADELAIDE CBD, SA COMPLETED: 2016 CLIENT MOSSOP CONSTRUCTION AND INTERIORS (MCI) PROJECT VALUE $400,000
Mossop Construction and Interiors (MCI) engaged Grieve Gillett Andersen (GGA) to provide interior architecture and heritage services for a refit of level 8 for their Client, an accountancy firm, of the heritage listed 1960’s MLC House on Victoria Square. GGA worked closely with the client and MCI to manage the works scope, project budget, construction detailing and heritage issues to produce a high quality commercial fitout providing excellent value for money. The existing façade glazing panels were cracked and in poor condition resulting from significant failure of the glazing film. The new façade glazing panels were selected by GGA to balance heritage requirements with environmental performance considerations and aesthetics. The completed interior provides a contemporary purpose designed commercial space that appropriately responds to the modern heritage context while meeting end user and client requirements within a restrained budget.
NORTHERN COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH FITOUT
SA Health have developed a new model of care for Adult Community Mental Health Service; this involves the consolidation of sites across metropolitan Adelaide into 6 Sites. Grieve Gillett Andersen has been engaged to design the fitouts for two of these sites: Northern and Western. Extensive consultation with stakeholders and user groups has been conducted to provide the following facilities: On the ground floor: An arrival zone providing transition assistance and self help facilities for those â€œdrop-insâ€? looking for assistance or information. Consultation spaces for the delivery of clinical services, including medical administration. On the first floor: A meeting and group space, through the provision of meeting facilities that permit formal and informal group sessions to all stakeholders. Workspace for staff to deliver mental health services to consumer and carers. The fitout provides SA Health with a specialist facility that achieves a safe and accepting environment for consumers, carers and staff.
INTERIOR FITOUT SALISBURY, SA COMPLETION: 2012 CLIENT STATE GOVERNMENT OF SA PROJECT VALUE $3.62 MILLION
WESTERN COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH FITOUT WOODVILLE, SA
SA Health has developed a new model of care for Adult Community Mental Health Service. This involves the consolidation of sites across metropolitan Adelaide into 6 Sites. Grieve Gillett Andersen has been engaged to design the fitouts for two of these sites: Northern and Western. Extensive consultation with stakeholders and user groups has been conducted to provide the following facilities: On the ground floor: An arrival zone providing transition assistance and self help facilities for â€œdrop-insâ€? looking for assistance or information. Consultation spaces for the delivery of clinical services, including medical administration. On the first floor: A meeting and group space, provided through meeting facilities that permit formal and informal group sessions to all stakeholders; workspace for staff to deliver mental health services to consumer and carers. The fitout provides SA Health with a specialist facility that achieves a safe and accepting environment for consumers, carers and staff.
INTERIOR FITOUT WOODVILLE, SA COMPLETION: 2013 CLIENT STATE GOVERNMENT OF SA PROJECT VALUE $2.47 MILLION
6_ RESOURCES Each project is led by an Associate and supported by a Project Architect and further professional staff to adequately resource, co-ordinate and manage activities. Regular project team meetings maintain communication and planning of activities and progress. Technical and drafting resources are assigned on a weekly basis according to the stage and requirements of the project. We maintain continuity of staff and adequate project resources through a weekly resourcing meeting. Project progress is reported on at the same meeting. NAME
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8_ TESTIMONIALS “Working with a limited budget and time constraints between event periods, Grieve Gillett transformed the venue into what is now known as The Ellington - evoking the spirit of the 1920’s in a contemporary new setting. The kitchen was also successfully re-designed to increase output and provide service efficiencies without major structural changes. We are thrilled with the end result. Grieve Gillett really met the design brief, and have delivered an elegant, contemporary space which now fits perfectly in EPICURE’S portfolio of unique venues.” AARON BOND Regional Operations Manager EPICURE Adelaide “[Grieve Gillett are] very professional, good listeners who take their time to ensure they understand and meet client requirements, collaborative approach, develop effective relationships with all team members (client, user groups, sub-consultants, contractor), very good control and balancing of time, cost and quantity.” SARAH LYNDS Project Manager: City East University of South Australia “Dimitty Andersen Architects have created a vibrant and stimulating work environment. The process of briefing, design and construction was made clear and enjoyable with their good natured manner and excellent design vision. The strategic planning of the facility is a particular success within an existing complex floor plate with heritage constraints.”
“Grieve Gillett has been a valued member of our design team for a range of design and construct infrastructure projects that have included an architectural / urban design component. I have found Grieve Gillett’s input to be an indispensable part of the design process as it applies in the design and construct context... Grieve Gillett regularly adopts a best for whole of project philosophy and in so doing adds value to our integrated design and construction solutions.” JOHN WALKER Design Manager York Civil Pty Ltd “As a cost manager I have found the awareness and appreciation of both capital and recurrent costs on construction projects to be wholly conducive to a successful outcome. Moreover, individual members of staff have consistently demonstrated high levels of commitment to each of the projects I have been involved in. They are skilled in communicating in both oral and written form, and clearly benefit from a supportive management team and organisational structure.” ADRIAN HOWARD Associate, Cost Consultant Aquenta Consulting
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Grieve Gillett Andersen is a leading architecture, interior design, heritage and urban design practice based in Adelaide, South Australia....
Published on Mar 1, 2017
Grieve Gillett Andersen is a leading architecture, interior design, heritage and urban design practice based in Adelaide, South Australia....