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CSIRO Herston

Connecting with CSIRO to power healthcare in the digital age and deliver leading-edge ICT innovations designed to improve service delivery across the Australian healthcare systems

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Herston, QLD




  • Commercial
Our Role
  • Project Management

  • Superintendence

About This Project

Bridge42 was engaged as Project Manager and Superintendent for the fit out of new office accommodation for the CSIRO’s Health and Biosecurity business unit. Providing fit-for-purpose accommodation for the Australian e-Health Research Centre (AEHRC) within the newly constructed Surgical, Treatment and Rehabilitation Services (STARS) building as part of the Herston Quarter Development.

[AEHRC is an unincorporated joint venture between the Queensland Government and CSIRO e-Health Research Program who are a leading national research facility in ICT for healthcare innovations.]

  • 1,686

    m2 of architecturally designed fit-out space

Our Involvement

Through exceptional stakeholder management Bridge42 was able to collaborate with CSIRO to deliver 1,686m2 of architecturally designed fit-out space on the upper level of the west-wing of the STARS Building. This is situated within Stage 1 of the new Herston Quarter $1.1 billion redevelopment.

Collaboration with design and consultant teams fostered an ability to deliver state-of-the-art COVID safe office accommodation that will enable worldwide collaboration, development, and demonstrations of futuristic ICT healthcare systems.

Bridge42 was able to support and deliver a portion of AEHRC, which is Australia’s largest digital health research program and enhances the digital transformation of healthcare around Australia.

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