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- The Prince Charles Hospital | MAAP Architects
Location Chermside QLD, Australia Client Metro North Hospital & Health Service Role Masterplanner Year 2017 Value not disclosed Contact Noam Raz The Prince Charles Hospital is a major 630 bed referral Hospital in Chermside. It provides a critical anchor in educating and training the future health workforce and is world renowned for clinical and translational research in cardiac and thoracic medicine and surgery. The Prince Charles Hospital Shoalhaven Hospital Multi-Deck Carpark The Prince Charles Hospital Glenside Health Campus See All › Related Projects MAAP’s 2018 masterplan provides a spatial development framework for the hospital to realise aspirations and pillars set out in the Prince Charles Hospital Campus Framework for Renewal. It aims to not only identify locations for the efficient clinical expansion of the existing hospital, but to also resolve existing access and way-finding constraints arising from the site's complex topography, and identify the best potential long term development opportunities for the campus as a whole over coming decades. The zonal diagram for the campus as a whole established overlapping zones where there is potential to integrate public and private health, research, education and commercial & mixed use opportunities around a new central green heart. The zonal diagram supports an transport network and pattern of urban blocks that unlocks currently underdeveloped parts of the campus and better integrates the hospital into the surrounding urban grain.
- Projects | MAAP Architects
Sectors Acute Health Aged Care Community Health Masterplanning Mental Health Project Archive View the Archive › We have been building innovative, research-led projects for more than 30 years and have masterminded the creation of over $7bn of healthcare infrastructure. Jacaranda Place Mental Health Glenside Health Campus Mental Health, Masterplanning Clock View Mental Health Highcroft Hospital Mental Health, Aged Care Sunshine Coast University Hospital Masterplanning The Prince Charles Hospital Acute Health, Masterplanning Shoalhaven Hospital Multi-Deck Carpark Acute Health, Masterplanning Surgical, Treatment and Rehabilitation Service (STARS) Acute Health Primary Community Health Building Acute Health, Community Health Hamad Psychiatry Hospital Mental Health Ipswich Hospital Redevelopment Mental Health Waikato Adult Mental Health Facility Mental Health Secure Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit Mental Health The Missing Middle Mental Health, Community Health Shoalhaven District Memorial Hospital Masterplan Acute Health, Masterplanning Redcliffe Hospital Redevelopment Acute Health, Masterplanning Al Wakra Mental Health Facility Mental Health Westmead Health Precinct Acute Health, Masterplanning Roker and Mowbray Dementia Care Centre Mental Health, Aged Care Northern Beaches Hospital Acute Health, Masterplanning Royal North Shore Hospital Acute Health, Masterplanning Ferndene Children & Young People's Centre Mental Health Roseberry Park Mental Health, Aged Care Royal Adelaide Hospital Acute Health, Masterplanning Kidderminster Treatment Centre Acute Health, Community Health Little Bromwich Mental Health, Aged Care
- Surgical, Treatment and Rehabilitation Service (STARS) | MAAP Architects
Location Herston QLD, Australia Client Metro North Hospital & Health Service Role Architect, Masterplanner Year 2021 Value $300m Contact Mungo Smith The Surgical, Treatment and Rehabilitation Service opened in early 2021 and is the first building to be completed as part of the $1.1 bn Herston Quarter Redevelopment, bringing new and additional specialist public health services to the Herston Health Precinct. The "digital ready" facility provides 182 beds, specialised rehabilitation support areas and a surgical and endoscopic centre with surgical inpatient rooms, operating theatres, endoscopy rooms and recovery spaces. Surgical, Treatment and Rehabilitation Service (STARS) Shoalhaven Hospital Multi-Deck Carpark The Prince Charles Hospital Surgical, Treatment and Rehabilitation Service (STARS) See All › Related Projects MAAP assisted Johnstaff and Metro North Health develop the business case, functional content and select the preferred site. We produced the reference design which was included in PPP tender documents and completed further iterations of the scheme and test fit options to support the client team during the PPP bidding process. Images on this page include both MAAP's reference project and the successful PPP scheme designed by Hassell.
- Sunshine Coast University Hospital | MAAP Architects
Location Birtinya QLD, Australia Client Queensland Health Role Masterplanner, Consulting Architect Year 2012 Value $1.5b Contact Mungo Smith MAAP worked alongside Deicke Richards Architects and Conrad Gargett Architects to develop a master plan for the Sunshine Coast University Hospital (SCUH) which encompasses a 450 overnight bed public tertiary level teaching hospital, with future expansion to 950 overnight beds. It provides a full range of ambulatory and acute services supported by a central energy plant, car park and an academic and research centre. Sunshine Coast University Hospital Shoalhaven Hospital Multi-Deck Carpark The Prince Charles Hospital Glenside Health Campus See All › Related Projects Patient care and place making is integral to the SCUH vision. The objective of the master plan was to promote good design, flexibility and accessibility using the underlying architectural structure and organisation of space to support versatile healing environments. MAAP led high level strategy and client/team liaison, masterplanning and concept stage clinical planning, the application of evidence based design and international perspectives on healthcare facilities, and user consultation ahead of PPP procurement. One of the key challenges for this project has been to accommodate the project’s varied facilities in a staged development. Our solution allocated space across a flexible open-ended structure that not only responds to the constraints of the site but will also allow for growth and change over the lifetime of the facility. The accommodation is broken down into modules or pods that can be combined or separated in flexible formations that will meet the needs of each generation of users.
- Redcliffe Hospital Redevelopment | MAAP Architects
Location Redcliffe QLD, Australia Client Metro North Hospital & Health Service | Johnstaff Projects Role Masterplanner, Consulting Architect Year 2019 Value $400m Contact Mungo Smith MAAP has worked alongside Johnstaff, Hames Sharley; Arup and Rider Levett Bucknall on the masterplan and concept design for Metro North Health's Redcliffe Hospital Redevelopment preliminary business case which was completed in early 2019. Redcliffe Hospital Redevelopment Shoalhaven Hospital Multi-Deck Carpark The Prince Charles Hospital Glenside Health Campus See All › Related Projects The masterplan addresses the full projected requirements for the hospital over the next decade and informs a range of short list scope options and a preferred scope of development. It is anticipated that the capital cost of the preferred option will be in the order of $400 million end cost. The masterplan acknowledges that a flexible approach is required to allow Metro North Health to consider the opportunities and costs of a range of scope and redevelopment options as the project progresses beyond the PBC gateway.
- Blackpool Primary Care Centre | MAAP Architects
Location Client Consort / Balfour Beatty Role Year 2007 Value £20m Contact Blackpool Primary Care Centre Primary Community Health Building The Missing Middle Carrickore Children’s Home A facility designed with Donnelly O'Neill Architects, providing respite care for eight young people with a disability, aged 4-18 years. Set in private grounds, and designed around a central courtyard, the innovative structure allows carers to view the doors of all bedrooms from their workstation, while fins in the glazed wall provide privacy between patients. See All › Related Projects
- Glenside Health Campus | MAAP Architects
Location Glenside SA, Australia Client South Australia Health Role Architect, Masterplanner Year 2013 Value $130m Contact Mungo Smith MAAP worked with local firm Swanbury Penglase Architects to develop the masterplan and architectural design for the Glenside Health Campus, a new 129-bed health and substance abuse facility for people from South Australian country regions and the eastern metropolitan Adelaide region. The concept adopts a village configuration whereby a group of separate buildings are arranged around a common central shared garden. Glenside Health Campus This is a significant milestone for mental health services in South Australia. The new Glenside Health Service is a key element of the state’s broader mental health reforms and places South Australia as a leader in this field. The transition from an outdated asylum style of care to a modern, flexible environment which provides mental health consumers and staff with a space to promote healing and recovery is transforming how we provide mental health care. Jay Weatherill Premier, South Australia Shoalhaven Hospital Multi-Deck Carpark Jacaranda Place The Prince Charles Hospital See All › Related Projects A strong relationship has been achieved with adjoining retail and commercial precincts through the creation of a Village Green which connects the three precincts and preserves views through the site to significant trees. Public places are linked to form a continuous series of spaces complementary to the adjacent Adelaide Parklands and the facilities are configured to provide a continuous gradient of privacy and security for consumers, fostering autonomy and supporting a recovery focused model of health care. Awards 2013 Gold Award Architects for Health IHEEM Awards 2011 Highly Commended – Best Future Health Project Design and Health International Academy Awards
- Roseberry Park | MAAP Architects
Location Middlesbrough, UK Client Laing O’Rourke | Tees, Esk & Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust Role Architect, Masterplanner, Interior Design Year 2010 Value £75m Contact Mungo Smith Roseberry Park is a 312-bed inpatient mental health complex providing Adult, Older Adult and Forensic (including Learning Disabilities) Mental Health Services. A sensitive interpretation of the Trust’s brief and aspirations reflected the requirements of a modern adult mental health service and workforce. Roseberry Park We were particularly impressed by the way the architects had manipulated the design to reduce its significant bulk into recognisably human scaled spaces. The integration of the landscape into the design is particularly well handled. RIBA Northern Network Awards Panel Jacaranda Place Clock View Glenside Health Campus See All › Related Projects The complex is set within a landscape structure which supports both underlying roles of the institution: therapeutic care and security. The therapeutic benefits of contact with nature are fully utilised with buildings and wards intimately entwined around a series of gardens and courtyards where each patient has close, generous and free access to the outdoors. Separate zones for Adult and Forensic services were achieved through a series of individual units providing services for specific groups of users that share a main entrance and a number of support facilities. Single loaded corridors around courtyards allowed for ‘swing beds’ to be allocated to different units to reflect gender/capacity requirements. Awards 2012 Client of the Year RIBA 2012 RIBA Award RIBA 2011 Hadrian Award (North East Project of the Year) RIBA Northern Network Awards 2011 Gold Award RIBA Northern Network Awards 2010 International Mental Health - Highly Commended Design and Health Awards
- Little Bromwich | MAAP Architects
Location Little Bromwich, Birmingham, UK Client NSW Health Infrastructure | Northern Sydney Local Health District Role Architect, Health Planner, Interior Designer, Landscape Architect Year 1994 Value £2m Contact Mungo Smith MAAP's innovative design for Little Bromwich supported one of the most forward approaches to mental health policy in the UK, pioneered by the Mental Health NHS Trust in the 90’s. The original Trust plan for a conventional 100-bed psychiatric unit was overturned in favour of three small centres each with beds, day spaces and outpatient facilities which also serves as CMHCs. These smaller centres offer opportunities for more flexible provision and serve communities of differing character. Little Bromwich Jacaranda Place Clock View Glenside Health Campus See All › Related Projects The final design is made up of a 32 bed older adult assessment unit and a 40 place day hospital. The building maintains the separate functions of each of its parts. It takes the form of seven linked single story pavilions arranged to take advantage of the sloping site and to make intimate, partially enclosed terraces and gardens around its perimeter. A long timber canopy leads into an open forum, the hub of the building where day-patients and visitors are received. From it radiate two day hospital pavilions (for organic and functional illnesses) with a ramped link to the inpatient facilities. The plan form also divides the service users into the two groups with a flexible swing zone which can accommodate residents for more closely observed assessment and take up fluctuations in each group.
- Jacaranda Place | MAAP Architects
Location Chermside QLD, Australia Client Queensland Health Role Architect, Lead Consultant Year 2020 Value $70m Contact Noam Raz The Jacaranda Place adolescent extended treatment centre is a new state-wide mental health facility at The Prince Charles Hospital. It forms part of the implementation of the Queensland Government's response to the closing of the Barrett Adolescent Centre at Wacol in 2013/14. Jacaranda Place The Deputy Director General, John Wakefield, has thanked the team for an amazing effort within such a tight timeframe. He also acknowledged the way you’ve all conducted yourselves professionally and sensitively with stakeholders. One parent who is also on Steering Committee also thanked team for the co-design approach and results; which was collaborative, valuable to be part of, and previously unheard of. Gunther de Greave Project Manager, Destravis Jacaranda Place Clock View Glenside Health Campus See All › Related Projects The facility consists of a 12-bed mental health unit, a day program centre and integrated school with specialist vocational training facilities. MAAP was contracted by Destravis to support development of the model of care, functional brief, site selection and develop business case and tender designs for Queensland Health. We completed documentation acting for design and construct contractor ADCO in collaboration with DWP. The design builds on a two-year long stakeholder co-design process conducted in collaboration with Childrens Health Queensland and the Department of Education. carers, consumers and staff were involved every step of the way and had major impact on the landscape and interior design. The project won the International Academy for Design and Health 2020 award for best Mental Health Project in 2020. Awards 2020 Mental Health Award International Academy for Design and Health
- Carrickore Children’s Home | MAAP Architects
Location Client Northern Ireland Health Estates Role Year 2011 Value £2.5m Contact Carrickore Children’s Home Primary Community Health Building The Missing Middle Carrickore Children’s Home A facility designed with Donnelly O'Neill Architects, providing respite care for eight young people with a disability, aged 4-18 years. Set in private grounds, and designed around a central courtyard, the innovative structure allows carers to view the doors of all bedrooms from their workstation, while fins in the glazed wall provide privacy between patients. See All › Related Projects
- Dene Ward, Cherry Knowle Hospital | MAAP Architects
Location Client Laing O’Rourke / Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust Role Year 2009 Value £0.4m Contact Dene Ward, Cherry Knowle Hospital Jacaranda Place Clock View Glenside Health Campus See All › Related Projects