The new Kingston Health Centre was visited today by Premier, Will Hodgman, and Liberal MP for Franklin and Minister for Disability Services and Community Development, Jacquie Petrusma, to look over the final stage of construction, and gain a first-hand view of how the facility will provide a range of community health care services throughout the Kingborough region. Read more
Works out at the Rubicon Grove Redevelopment in Port Sorell are closing in on completion. The redevelopment of the aged care and senior’s living facility encompasses a new 20-bed residential wing, renovations to the kitchen and laundry, a new meeting and community facility with cafe and al fresco dining, and an extension to the existing carpark. Read more
The works at the Kingston Health Centre are taking shape as the walls, window frames, and roof trusses are now going up. The form of the grand entryway is also coming to life, and the north-facing, level 1 windows are being framed up, with some stunning Mt Wellington vistas now peeking through. Read more
Construction on the Independent Living Units for Christian Homes Tasmania at Freeman Estate in Kingston this week sees the framing going up.
The weather over Mt Field National Park cleared for our last site visit, presenting a spectacular view of the Park and the construction works on the Mount Mawson shelters. Read more
Construction is progressing at the Freeman Estate in Kingston, Tasmania. Works are now coming out of the ground and the slabs are being poured, with the final pours for units 1, 2 and 3 due this week. Walls have started to go up on the other units, with the rest of the construction works coming along rapidly. Read more
Construction has now commenced at the site of the new Kingston Health Centre, with the first sod officially turned yesterday by The Honorable Jacquie Petrusma MP, with completion due early 2019. You can find out more about the Kingston Health Centre project here.
The Rubicon Grove Aged Care Extension project is in two parts – the first part is currently under construction, which will create an additional residential wing for the complex, with flexible spaces that allow for both aged care or hospital step-down care. The architecture builds upon the existing ‘country club’ form with soaring roofs and long low wings. Read more