Goulburn Police Academy Accommodation

The NSW Police Academy is home to the next generation of the NSW Police Force’s recruits, offering lecture theatres, simulation venues, virtual weapons training facilities, scenario villages and student amenities to help best prepare students for life on the front lines as a Police Officer.

The New Accommodation project seeks to expand the Academy’s facilities to meet its requirements now and into the future, accommodating an additional 180 students.

Key features of the development include:

  • Three apartment-style accommodation buildings with 180 units in total.
  • Internal fitout to each unit to contain single beds, wardrobes, study area and individual bathrooms.
  • Small breakout / common area to be provided to each floor.
  • Construction undertaken within the live Academy grounds while ensuring operational continuity.
  • Enhancing and modernising the Academy grounds to retain the existing student and staff capacities.
  • Improving the working and living conditions of Police staff and students.

Client: NSW Police
Architect: Hayball Architects
Delivery Form: Design & Construction
Location: NSW
Value: $24m
Completion date: October 2023

ANU SA8 Student Accommodation

The ANU SA8 project, named Yukeembruk, delivers 731 student accommodation beds with single occupant rooms in 3 buildings across 4-6 storeys. This is the University’s largest residence to date and brings the total number of on-campus beds at the ANU Acton campus to just over 6,400. The design of the complex is based on recommendations via a student survey which emphasised the importance of both indoor and outdoor communal spaces to encourage greater interaction among students.

The construction comprises of:

  • Associated resident recreation facilities, common rooms and kitchen facilities
  • Associated administration facilities
  • Dining halls
  • Bicycle parking
  • Hard and soft landscape works including recreational courtyards and outdoor BBQ areas
  • Associated community facilities including a basketball court, share way and mixed-use village green area

Client: Australian National University (ANU)
Architect: Bates Smart
Delivery Form: Design & Construction
Location: ACT
Value: $150m
Completion date: December 2022

CDRL Centre of Excellence

This project involved the construction of a world class training and administrative facility for the Canberra Raiders new headquarters in Braddon, ACT. Funded by both ACT and NSW Governments, the two-storey building houses amenities, storage areas and a canteen on the ground level, with a function area on the first floor featuring a bar, along with viewing and lounge areas, and associated car parking and landscaping works.

Spanning over 2,237m2, the ground floor features a gymnasium, locker room, equipment store, two players locker room, laundry, showers, toilets, cryo chamber, aquatic recovery, player lounge, player kitchen, drug testing, amenities, doctor’s office, physiotherapy, massage area, hall of fame, reception, entry foyer, circulation, lift and services.

The upper floor includes a collaboration area, CEO room, open meeting room, three interview rooms, control room, utility, two meeting rooms, two collaborative spaces, studio, store room, circulation, breakout room, amenities, boardroom, waiting area, lecture and theatre, services, lift and two football ops over a total area of 1,454m2.

Client: Canberra District Rugby League
Architect: Cox Architecture
Delivery Form: Construct Only
Location: Brandon, ACT
Value: $15.5m
Completion date: March 2020

Canberra Southern Cross Club Health and Wellbeing Centre

Health and Wellbeing Centre over 5 floors designed to encompass a range of private tenants including hydrotherapy, spin cycling, gym physio, Healthy Eating Hub and Early Learning and Childcare Centre (Kids Club).

The CSCC Health and Wellbeing Centre will be a community hub, recognised for its leading role in the active lifestyle of local members. The building spans approximately 500sqm and a bridge and subsequent access has been delivered as means of access to an otherwise isolated site.

Client: Canberra Southern Cross Club
Architect: Clarke Keller
Delivery Form: D&C
Location: Phillip, ACT
Value: $17m
Completion date: February 2018

Centenary Hospital Women Children (CHWC) Expansion Project

The CHWC Expansion Project involves the delivery of a set of new buildings and refurbishment components to the existing Building 11 (Centenary Hospital for Women and Children) at Canberra Hospital.

Designed to meet the growing health service demand from the Canberra community, the new facilities include an Adolescent Mental Health Day Stay & Adolescent Unit, Neonatology Support, Meeting Rooms & Clinical Administrator, Antenatal Inpatient Unit & Early Pregnancy Unit, Special Care Nursery & Neonatology Family Support, Maternity Assessment Unit & Gynaecology Procedure Room.

Client: ACT Health Directorate
Architect: Silver Thomas Hanley
Delivery Form: Design and Construction
Location: Canberra, ACT
Value: $31m
Completion date: August 2023

The Henry Retirement Village, Stage 1 & 2

Design and construction of a new boutique retirement village in Canberra on the old Higgins primary school site. RCC initially delivered 21 ILU’s as Stage 1 of the project before being awarded the contract for the stage 2 works which include the construction of 25 townhouses and the clubhouse.

The Henry was recently awarded the Master Builders Association ACT Excellence Award for Special Purpose and Adaptable Dwelling and has progressed to the National Awards, set to take place in April 2022.

Client: Baitley
Architect: Clarke Keller and Stewart Architecture
Delivery Form: Design and Construction
Location: Higgins, ACT
Value: $22m
Completion date: August 2020

Uniting Amala RACF, Gordon

Delivered by RCC across 3 stages for Uniting at their existing and operational Amala Development. Consisting of 122 beds across three residential aged care facilities (RACF) and a Community Centre, the Uniting Amala RACF project provides the community with excellent clinical care, essential support, and lifestyle options.

The community centre consists of ILU Village Club, Café, Hairdressers, Treatment Rooms, Gym, Café, Chapel, multipurpose rooms, and administration offices. The central courtyard provides residents with a chess board, BBQ facilities, water feature, shade & activity structures, as well as a dementia walking path.

Key features of the project include:

  • Stage 1: Carehouse 2, consisting 42-bed RACF
  • Stage 2: Carehouse 1, consisting 40-bed RACF and community centre
  • Stage 3: Carehouse 3, consisting 40-bed dementia specific RACF
  • Residential based waffle pod slab system
  • Aus-Truss Light weight steel framing

Client: Uniting
Architect: Small Quinton Coleman Architects and Morrison Design Partnership
Delivery Form: Design & Construct
Location: Gordon, ACT
Value: $31m
Completion Dates:
Stage 1: December 2015
Stage 2: December 2017
Stage 3: October 2020

Cooma Hospital Redevelopment – Phase 2

This project is a partnership between Health Infrastructure and Southern NSW Local Health District to improve accessibility to an expanded range of health services to meet the current and future healthcare needs of the local communities. Once complete the project will deliver:

  • An expanded emergency department;
  • A new maternity department;
  • A new ambulatory care centre;
  • An expanded medical imaging department; and
  • Improvements to inpatient unit areas.

Client: Health Infrastructure
Architect: IA Design
Delivery Form: DD&C
Location: Cooma, NSW
Value: $10m
Completion date: December 2023

Wee Hur Student Village – Moore St

The Moore Street Student Accommodation project encompasses a 16-storey student village with 733 student beds and in room self-catering, communal recreation areas, bicycle storage and landscaping.

Client: Wee Hur Capital
Architect: Antoniades Architects
Delivery Form: Design & Construction
Location: Canberra, ACT
Value: $62m
Completion date: May 2022

MPS Braidwood, Yass & Harden

Redevelopment of the Braidwood, Harden & Yass MPS combined into 1 package as follows:

  • Braidwood MPS – Partial or full demolition of buildings, construction of 27 RAC beds, 5 new IPU beds, 3 Resus beds, new emergency department, reception, support services, community health, loading dock, staff accommodation, landscaping & civil works.
  • Harden MPS – Partial or full demolition of buildings, construction of new entry/waiting central zone/reception; primary ambulatory care, emergency department, 9 IPU beds, 24 RAC beds with ensuites, support & mortuary services, staff amenities, civil & landscape works.
  • Yass MPS – Refurbishment of existing hospital, construction of new emergency department, community health, offices, IPU, staff amenities & accommodation, landscaping & civil works.

Client: Health Infrastructure
Architect: Daryl Jackson Robin Dyke
Delivery Form: D&C
Location: ACT
Value: $53m
Completion date: July 2020