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A new $100 million state-of-the-art secondary boasts a unique contemporary design offering students endless learning opportunities within its three-storey building and multi-level outdoor learning spaces.

Key features of the design include:

  • A three-storey build with a STEM focused design.
  • Contemporary learning spaces, multi-level outdoor learning and social spaces.
  • Plaza at ground level with landscaping.
  • A double court gymnasium, expansive sporting fields and courts that can be utilised by the community.
  • Performing arts theatre.

South Australia’s premiere entertainment destination located in Adelaide’s historic Railway Station building.

Constructed in 1913, Her Majesty’s Theatre is Adelaide’s oldest continually operating performance venue and holds a place of cultural and historic significance within the city.

The $66m redevelopment will include restoration of the building’s heritage façade and Eastern wall, the construction of a new larger auditorium over three levels with modern foyers and backstage facilities and a new front entrance and striking canopy.

Situated at the historic Adelaide Oval, Oval Hotel is the first of its kind in Australia and a one of a kind accommodation experience anywhere in the world.  The boutique 138-room hotel is due for completion in September 2020.

The hotel will feature two wings that will integrate into the existing design on either side of the East Gate. The wings will be linked by an elevated foyer and lounge pod with views into the east atrium and out to the parklands and city skyline.

JRCM Commercial Joinery is once again delighted to be working at the iconic venue.

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The largest private hospital ever built in South Australia, spanning 12 floors and offering state-of-the-art facilities. Capacity of 344 beds, 16 operating theatre’s and the State’s only privately-owned 24-hour emergency department.

 

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This project was part of a $73M major urban development, transforming the regional justice headquarters for Victoria’s Hume & Goulburn region, featuring six court rooms and related services across five levels. The centrepiece is the entry lobby inspired by the image of the ancient River Red Gum.

Joinery Package:

$2.4 M

Materials Used:

Spotted gum veneer, Tasmanian oak veneer, Corian surfaces, upholstery and wall panelling.

The 24,500sqm GPO Exchange project comprises 19 floors of commercial office space, a new ground floor foyer, club style end of trip facilities and 71 secure car parks. As part of the GPO Exchange project, the heritage listed Telephone Exchange Building will be refurbished and upgraded providing additional boutique office/retail accommodation.

BHP have acquired the naming rights for the new GPO Exchange office tower and will relocate their head office from Grenfell Street. The South Australian Attorney General’s department will also be relocating their offices to the tower.

Located in Myrtle Bank, the 5 level, architecturally-designed facility includes a mix of premium retirement apartments and residential aged care suites, Carmelite sets a new benchmark for the delivery of retirement living in Adelaide.  The 5-storey development features 73 residential care units, 38 two-bedroom assisted living units and areas for allied health services, including a therapy pool. The vertically integrated style of apartments and aged care accommodation, combined with state of the art facilities, is a first of its kind in South Australia.

The iconic d’Arenberg Cube in McLaren Vale is a five storey multi-function building set among Mourvèdre vines. The building includes public and private tasting rooms, several bars, an art gallery and a restaurant.

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This project was a landmark development for South Australia. Scope of work included all bars, all corporate facilities and all ceiling and wall linings throughout the south and east stands.

Joinery Package:

$3.8 M

Materials Used:

Solid timbers, ply woods, timber veneers, metal linings, all stone work, upholstery and wall and ceiling linings.

Special Comments:

Please view our time lapse on the JRCM Home Page to appreciate the enormity of the project.