Havenhand & Mather Architects
Havenhand & Mather Architects are firmly established in regional NSW and have been operating in the Central West and wide areas of the State since 1979. Our personnel represent a wide range of professional experience & expertise. Our 5 Star Quality Management System is independently certified to AS/NZS ISO 9001:2000 by DLIQ. We are pre-qualified consultants with NSW Department of Commerce, RTA and NSW Businesslink. Since its inception, our firm has completed an impressive list of projects involving design, documentation and contract administration for a wide range of commercial, institutional and private clients. We are proud of our sound reputation.
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Lourdes Hospital Redevelopment
Dubbo, NSW, 2012
This new facility is a 34-bed Rehabilitation Hospital including a gym, hydrotherapy pool, palliative care and community services. The new building replaces a dated facility on the same campus. The 3600m2 facility is a single level building that physically links to an existing residential aged care facility. Our firm was commissioned to provide a Service Procurement Plan to redevelop the existing hospital. The brief was to upgrade or replace the existing 34-bed rehabilitation hospital including palliative care, hydrotherapy pool, gym, consult rooms, offices and community services. This office went on to provide design, documentation, tendering and contract administration services for the new facility.
Jemalong Residential Village
Forbes, NSW, 2011
This 91-bed facility on a greenfield site replaced the existing Jemalong Aged Care facility in Forbes. The project features six houses connected by an internal ‘street’ to an entry ‘mall’ area. All houses face north to secure courtyards and feature numerous energy conservation and sustainable design features.
Nyngan Health Service Redevelopment
Nyngan, NSW, 2007
This 38-bed multi-purpose health service in Nyngan NSW includes the preparation of a brief, design, documentation and post-occupancy evaluation. The building features water reuse and an energy efficient design to suit the Nyngan climate. The imaging department was the first digital imaging suite in the region. The building closely integrates with the established Mick Glennie Hostel and gardens.