Mineral Resources Tasmania - Mornington Upgrade Stage 1 works

Mineral Resources Tasmania – Mornington Site Stage 1

The stage 1 works at the Mineral Resources Tasmania site in Mornington are getting closer to completion with exterior walls and roofing structures now in place.

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Health Infrastructure Projects Panel

BPSM was recently awarded a position on the Professional Services Panel Contract for Contract Administration and Superintendent Services to the Department of Health (Tas).

Tasmanian Highway Memorial Bridge "Bridge of Remembrance"

Hobart’s “Bridge of Remembrance” editorialised in ArchitectureAU

Hobart’s “Bridge of Remembrance” has been editorialised in ArchitectureAU.

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Australian Antarctic Division Panel

BPSM was recently awarded a position on the Australian Antarctic Division’s panel for architecture.

Mineral Resources Tasmania - Mornington Upgrade in construction

Mineral Resources Tasmania – Mornington Upgrade

Last week saw the start of the exterior structure going up at Mineral Resources Tasmania in Mornington for the Department of State Growth.

Cockle Creek Precinct Improvement works timber roofing beams exterior

Construction Underway at Cockle Creek

The Cockle Creek Precinct Improvement works are well underway in Recherche Bay, southern Tasmania.

Welcome, Neda Bagheri

Welcome, Neda Bagheri!

Graduate of Architecture, Neda Bagheri has been warmly welcomed into the BPSM team at our bustling Hobart office having recently moved to Hobart to settle down with her husband. Read more

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BPSM Architects’ Announces Appointment Shane Cox to Senior Associate

BPSM is proud to announce the appointment of Architect, Shane Cox, to Senior Associate, recognising Shane’s success and commitment to BPSM Architects. Read more

"Bornholm" Red Chapel Ave, Sandy Bay, 1962 - J.S. (Jim) Moon

Jim Moon Wins Enduring Architecture Award for “Bornholm”

Former BPSM Director, Jim (J.S.) Moon awarded AIA 2019 Enduring Architecture Award for “Bornholm” residence in Sandy Bay, Tasmania.