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CSIRO Herston

Client

CSIRO

Location

Herston, QLD

Value

$2.7m

Sector

  • Commercial

Our Role

  • Project Management
  • Superintendency
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Impact

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

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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