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The Future of housing in the city

By Jon Lowe Mar 12th 2010 12:00am

Our latest project gets a mention in this article on the Housing SA website...

Colourful completion to Stage 2 of Christies Beach Police Station

By Simon Frost May 18th 2010 12:30pm

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Stage 2 of the extension of Christies Beach Police Station has been completed and occupied by SA Police. The colourful interior adds light and flexibility to the space accommodating over 40 staff. Completed early, and well within budget - indications are that the Staff are enjoying their new and fresh accommodation. Stage 3 works are about to commence and will be completed by late June 2010.

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Beachpoint Apartments nearing completion

By Jarrad 'J-Rad' McGaffin May 14th 2010 4:00pm

Beachpoint Apartments is a mixed use four level apartment development. Currently under construction and nearing completion with only minor outstanding items and site works to be completed very soon.

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View from Beach Roadlevel three balcony

Detail of level three north facing balconys.

 

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The Australian hardwood flooring.

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Danpalon lined walkway screens at the rear.

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The Morphett Street multistorey apartment project is ready for Planning Approval

By Jon Lowe Aug 13th 2010 10:30am

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Here's the latest renders for our new apartment project in the west end of the city, which has just been lodged with Council for development plan consent:

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Comprising of close to one hundred and eighty apartments (all with access to natural light and fresh air to every bedroom and living space), the building form is broken down into three main elements: A podium addressing Morphett Street, a tower section maximising north and south facing views, and a 'crown' setback on the top levels, with feature folded glass and vertical blades combating the western sun and spectacular views.

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Natural ventilation stack system at Lochiel Park Apartments

By Jon Lowe Sep 8th 2010 9:00am

The 23 Apartments and Townhouses at the Lochiel Park Green Village (currently 60% of the way thru the construction program) have many green features to boast. One of the most innovative is the natural ventilation stack system:

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Each apartment has access to an individual ventilation shaft with a wind-powered rotary ventilator, controlled by a motorised louvre panel in the hallway linked to the AC system, and combined with operable windows in the living and bedroom spaces a naturally cooling cross ventilation effect will be created.

Here's some construction photos too:

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The first of the feature solar-panel clad roof trusses was installed last week.

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Looking at the rear (south elevation) of the first row of apartments.

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The north facade.

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Detail of the feature 'pointy' box gutter (the Lochiel Park wetlands and stormwater detention basin is in the background).

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On the right is one of the accessible townhouses with a feature cranked roof canopy.

New office for Novita Children's Services

By Anastasia Koutsamanis Apr 11th 2011 10:00am

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New project page added for the recently completed Novita Children's Services office fitout.

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Roxby Downs Police Station Opens

By Simon Frost Apr 13th 2011 2:00pm

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Greenway's latest Police Station gets a write up on the Adelaide Now Website:

The growing population of Roxby Downs will have an increased police presence when its new $10 million police station opens its doors tomorrow.

Designed to accommodate the future expansion of policing resources, Roxby Downs Police Station has a large Patrol Base and room for the specialist areas of Criminal Investigation Branch, Crime Scene Investigation, Forensic Services and Criminal Justice Service.

Officer in Charge of the Far North Local Service Area Superintendent James Blandford says the new police station will have a capacity of up to 30 police officers.

"The new police station is purpose built to accommodate the extra police services we need now and into the future with our local community expanding," he says.A police statement says the facility boasts state of the art technology which will provide local police with the most modern cell complex aimed at improving police safety and ensuring the welfare of prisoners.

The cell complex includes three holding cells, a padded cell, enclosed exercise yard and administrative and support areas.

A training/conference room, laboratory and forensic vehicle examination shed and a new secure car park complete the facility.

The project, which officially commenced in November 2009, will be officially opened for business tomorrow by Police Commissioner Mal Hyde.

 

 

 

 

 

Uno Apartments construction update

By Geoff Hodge Jun 10th 2011 11:00am

 

One of our largest apartment projects, UNO Apartments on Waymouth Street in the city, has reached the mezzanine floor level. Here are some construction photos showing the impressively large amounts of steel reinforcing...

 

 

Heritage Award for the Ladder Project

By Jon Lowe Jun 30th 2011 9:00am

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Last night the Ladder Project won the Adaptation and Re-use category of the Port Adelaide Enfield Council Heritage Award. Congratulations to all the Greenway Team, including Peter Tynan, Jon Lowe, Samantha Hay, Hannah Baison and Jarrad McGaffin. We would also like to recognise the efforts of our consultant team, namely, Bruce Harry Architects (Heritage), W & G (Structural & Civil), SECON (Services), Sonus (Acoustics), Davis Langdon (QS) and Tecon (Certification).

Candetti Constructions did a fantastic job with a very complex and fragile building site - thanks to Graham Cox, Anthony Burns, and George Floros.

A special thanks to Julian Aggiss (Housing SA/ DFC) for his vision, determination, and perserverance.

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click here to see the project on Australian Design Review.

 

Adelaide PARKing Day

By Jon Lowe Sep 16th 2011 9:30am

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Greenway and Zenith have teamed up for this year's International PARKing day.

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Our site is just off Rundle Street, on Union Street and the theme is an outdoor office.

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Drop by for a coffee and some Architecture-talk and see some of the latest office furniture...

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Codan

By Peter Tynan May 29th 2015 4:30pm

Greenway has been engaged by Renewal SA as Lead Consultant to undertake all base building upgrade works as well as a new Store and Logistics building with loading canopy at no 2 Second Avenue Mawson Lakes for the Codan group. The project also includes a new driveway and civil works to enable semi- trailers to service the site.
The significant lease deal was announced recently in the Advertiser Business Journal and is the culmination of a considerable amount of effort by all parties involved. It is a win-win result as it relocates a strong South Australian high tech company into a vacant 7,500m2 Government owned facility at Technology Park in Mawson Lakes.

Greenway has been working in very close association with Codan's architect, Christopher Parker Architects to achieve an integrated new build, base building upgrade and fitout that reflects Codan's philosophies and provides up to date accommodation and excellent facilities for the Codan group's 250 employees who will work there.
Construction is anticipated to commence shortly with completion just prior to Christmas this year.

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