Terra Leoria Architects
Terra Leoria Architects was established by Leon Granzien on the Sunshine Coast in 2013. Previously, Leon had worked for over 23 years in the Public Service in numerous S.E. Queensland offices, both as an architect and project manager, specializing in the design and delivery of Education and Emergency Services projects, which ranged in budget up to $10 million. Projects successfully completed since 1995 include numerous refurbishments of fire stations and new ambulance stations in the greater Brisbane area, a new fire station and emergency services complex at Cannon Hill, new schools and buildings in the Wide Bay area, and new fire and ambulance stations on the Sunshine Coast.
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New Ambulance station
A new $3 million state-of-the-art ambulance station, built on the site of the original (demolished) station built over 50 years ago. Features include staff and public training facilities, staff work and recreation areas, secure staff parking, secure undercover garaging for ambulance vehicles and accommodation for relief staff.
Fire Station Redevelopment
Noosa Heads, 2012
A major $2 million demolition, refurbishment and extension of the existing Noosa Heads fire station built in the early 1990’s. Features of the station include staff and public training facilities, staff work and recreation areas, secure staff parking and secure garaging for four fire trucks.
New Library and Learning Hub
Caboolture QUT – BNIT, 2013
New $4 million library and learning hub facility, built as the flagship building for the combined QUT and Brisbane North Institute of TAFE campus at Caboolture.