The Golf Central complex in the Brisbane Airport precinct is currently under construction and is due to be completed by the end of the month.
Neylan Architecture has been working on the industrial facilities for a joint venture between Origin and Conoco Phillips on the APLNG mining project (above) on Curtis Island, off Gladstone. The construction of the mining development is well underway with completion due mid 2014.
The steel frame for the new roofs to enclose the W4 Skylab Apartments Terraces are currently being installed. The enclosed terraces will provide shelter to a previously exposed outside area when weather conditions are harsh, and when the weather is beautiful and sunny the new full height sliding doors and cantilevered balustrade to the riverside facade will allow the best of the outside inside.
The soon to be constructed Quay Street Apartments are located within walking distance to both Milton's Park Road cafe precinct and Roma Street Parklands. The Quay Street Apartments have been design to maximise the city views to the south and the views to Mount Coot-tha to the west.
This proposal is to develop 8,000sqm of surplus land in Victoria Point to accommodate a mixed density multi-unit residential development.
The Bundaberg Oncology Centre is now under-construction and is due to be completed by the end of the year. This state of the art medical facility will bring critical medical services to Bundaberg, allowing local residents to undergo treatment closer to home.
The Fresh Food Market at Spring Lake Metro is set to become a hub for fresh food and gourmet delicacies.
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.