Holy Spirit Seminary Chapel 2008
Having completed the Francis Rush Centre for the client Archdiocesan Services years before and with an intimate knowledge of the subject site through the work at the Australian Catholic University, the firm was commissioned to relocate the Holy Spirit Seminary back to its traditional location in Banyo.
The Chapel was the recipient of the 2009 AIA award for Public Architecture.
Australian Tropical Science and Innovation Precinct 2010
In 2005 the James Cook University and CSIRO formed a strategic research alliance in the tropical north. In 2010, the two organisations co-located into the first facility completed as a part of the overall Australian Tropical Science and Innovation Precinct (ATSIP) at the Douglas campus in Townsville.
Saint John Paul II Building ACU 2014
This academic building is one in a series of projects developed for the ACU Banyo campus since Conrad Gargett’s first iteration of the master plan in 2001. The building occupies a central commanding position within the radial planning framework and symbolises the next phase of development on campus.
Queensland Children’s Hospital 2014
The new Queensland Children’s Hospital’s innovative and colourful design incorporates world-leading diagnostic and treatment facilities that provide specialist health services for children. The primary goal of the project was to create a facility that would deliver state-of-the-art paediatric care for Queensland.
The project has since been the recipient of many local and national awards.
Goddard Rooftop Expansion 2014
The Goddard Rooftop Expansion project provided a further habitable level above an existing building at the core of the University of Queensland’s St. Lucia campus. The extension rests discreetly but visibly above the state heritage-listed Goddard Building that houses the School of Biological Sciences.
The Goddard Rooftop Expansion was awarded an AIA Heritage Award in 2015.