Wollongong Day Surgery
The scope for PFCA for the Wollongong Day Surgery was to design and document the hydraulic services for the extension and alteration of the existing building. The extension consisted of the additions of new operating rooms, offices, amenities and consulting suites. This project was carried successfully from the initial design phase through construction to a now complete project.
University of Wollongong Sustainable Buildings Research Centre
PFCA undertook the design and documentation of this complex project in 2011 and successfully carried it through to completion. The project revolved heavily around sustainable building principles with the intent to be as close to Net-Zero waste as possible. PFCA helped achieve this by utilising advanced hydraulic services design. The SBRC was ultimately awarded a 6 Star Green Star rating from the Green Building Council Australia and was the first certified Living Building in Australia under the International Living Building Challenge Program.
Signal Box Newcastle
PFCA were involved in the development and construction of a Newcastle restaurant called ‘The Signal Box’. We undertook the hydraulic services design and documentation and oversaw the construction to completion. The Signal Box is currently open and operating.