Kings Park Health

Health, South Australia

“From the outset of the project they were very mindful of the fact we needed to continue our usual business without major disruption and went out of their way to minimise noise, dust and access whilst we were working" Dr James Coote

Process

Pascale Construction was contracted to construct and manage the project of Kings Park Health building extension. The works involved the construction of 2 storey extension to existing building including multiple tenancies consisting of main foyer, consulting, treatment and retail areas.  

In the main foyer an open stairwell and lift access were constructed. Fit outs for all the rooms were also included in the works.

The new building was built with conventional structural steel and precast panels. Detailed finishes were required to give the building a more modernised look. 
 

Resolution

Due to client’s requirements and needs to maintain maximum operational areas at any one time, programming was the main challenge.

The Pascale team addressed the requirements by working closely with the client and end users to maintain programme and meet their needs. 

 

 

 

(photos by Steve Rendoulis)

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