The recently completed Medical Centre in Bundaberg was named a finalist in the Central Queensland Regional Architecture Awards.
Our Medical Centre in the regional city of Bundaberg has just completed construction and sits nicely in the health precinct along Bourbong Street. Tenants are completing fit out works and the bulding will be fully operational in the coming weeks.
Nearing completion at Bourbong Street in the medical precinct of Bundaberg is our new 1000sq.m. medical centre. It is anchored by a 400sqm pharmacy with general practitioner and specialist medical suites and a pathology collection centre. Support services will include a cafe on the street front. The building presents a strong image within the streetscape with a prominent plywood clad awning structure providing protection to the shopfronts below.
New medical centre proposed
Mike Derry | 19th October 2010
BUNDABERG could be home to a new $8 million medical centre if a
development company’s plan gains Bundaberg Regional Council approval. The
centre, proposed by developer Honeyford, would be built across the road from the Bundaberg Hospital.
Honeyford director Anthony McPhee, said the building could also include extras such as a shop, cafe or restaurant.
“We’re trying to make it quite an impressive building,” Mr McPhee said.