|Architecture and Urban Design||
The Australian Business Journal interviews the founding director of Neylan Architecture, Mr John Neylan on the technology utilised by the practice to remain at the forefront of Australian architecture and the practice's focus on delivering client orientated design solutions. Click on the link below to view the full article.
The APLNG and GLNG projects on Curtis Island are underway. Neylan Architecture have designed 16 buildings in total for the mining projects and with all buildings currently under construction the ferry terminal at Curtis Island is awash with sea of hi-vis at home time.
Our design for a new shopping complex in Kingston which includes provision for a new IGA store has just been submitted for Development Approval. The corner shopping complex includes 3 small tenancies, an IGA supermarket and an alfresco cafe.
The extension and refurbishment of the YMCA Gym at Victoria Point is now complete.
The recently completed Medical Centre in Bundaberg was named a finalist in the Central Queensland Regional Architecture Awards.
Since the Disability Discrimination Act was introduced, Local, State and Commonwealth Governments and Agencies, owners and managers of premises have increasingly been seeking expert advice on accessibility within the built environment for people with a disability.
Neylan Architecture provides certified, current and accurate advice to clients seeking to understand their responsibility in relation to accessible premises and how to bring an existing building in-line with current standards.
Neylan Architecture have provided architectural services and consultant co-ordination for the completion of a total of 9 buildings for the APLNG plant on Curtis Island and 7 buildings at Gladstone GLNG facility.
The projects required a diversity of structures, including Dangerous Goods and Waste Management Stores, large Maintenance Shop and Workshop facilities.
Located along Link Road, Victoria Point, the site currently provides a health and fitness facility run by the YMCA. The open space towards the rear of the site has been identified as an area suitable for
The development would consist of townhouses and several apartment
Golf Park, Brisbane Airport
The Golf Central, located off Airport Drive, will consist of a Clubhouse, Driving Range, Putting Green and Mini Golf facilities.
The currently unused area will create a recreation and retail precinct linking with the DFO. To be completed in 2013 this complex will also provide a new office space for Avid Sports.
Bundaberg Oncology Facility
To be completed in mid 2013 within the Medical Precinct of Bundaberg, the Oncology Facility will provide a state of the art complex to aid in the detection and treatment of cancer. The oncology facilty will link with the recently completed Medical Centre, to create a node within Bundaberg for medical treatment.