Woods Bagot's Adelaide, Melbourne and New York studios are working with the South Australian Government to establish a research institute in Adelaide.
South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) will ensure South Australia’s strong position in health and medical research well into the future.
Watch video: interview with Thomas Masullo
The AUD 200 million flagship research facility will house the SAHMRI headquarters and is being built alongside the New Royal Adelaide Hospital (NRAH). The SAHMRI site encompasses 5,893m² in total area.
The Integrated Design Team, led by Woods Bagot, has conducted widespread consultation with the research community, health sector and universities for their ideas and input in order to appropriately inform the buildings design. Collaborating in the Integrated Design Team are RFD (lab design), Aurecon (structure design) and NDY & Aurecon (services design).
This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for South Australia to develop a leading world class medical research facility that will house up to 675 researchers looking at ways to foster innovation and improvements in health services, leading to improved health outcomes for the whole community.
For a video featuring Michelle Gheorghiu, Director Facilities (SAHMRI) and Thomas Masullo, Principal (Woods Bagot) discussing SAHMRI's evolution and key elements of innovation, please follow this link.
WAF AwardsFuture Project, Health - Shortlist
WAN Awards - Healthcare UnbuiltShortlist
Design & Health International Academy AwardsFuture Health Project - Finalist
MIPIM Future Project Awards 2011Commended
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