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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.

view from esplanadeview from esplanade


View from Beach Roadlevel three balcony

Detail of level three north facing balconys.


level three timber floors


The Australian hardwood flooring.

danpalon walkway screens


Danpalon lined walkway screens at the rear.

danpalon walkway screens


The Morphett Street multistorey apartment project is ready for Planning Approval

By Jon Lowe Aug 13th 2010 10:30am

streetscape northside

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:

west facade

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.

north facade


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:

ventilation diagram

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:


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


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


The north facade.


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


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

Murraylands Education Precinct Masterplan

By Jon Lowe Feb 24th 2011 12:30pm

Greenway recently pitched a Masterplan and fly-thru animation for the new Murraylands Educational Precinct, on behalf of the Regional Development authority and the Murray Bridge Council. We built a report based on the discussions and the objectives coming out of a series of workshops.

The vision of the Murray Bridge Educational Precinct will be to create a flexible and dynamic centre for educational excellence, delivering strategic learning pathways and outcomes for students and the community from Murray Bridge and its wider neighboring surrounds.


The design concept uses a new axis (or pedestrian link) from the river to the Precinct's Learning Mall, to provide a strong identity for the precinct and to act as the glue to hold the Precinct together. The axis runs from the existing DECS building and links into the new entry of focal point for the Precinct in the refurbished TAFE Building 1. It is envisioned that in future the axis could even continue as far northwards to create direct links with any future possible development along the frontage of the River Murray.

The architectural aesthetic of the new Murray Bridge Education Precinct will be a contemporary one, with many different building elements to break-down the mass of the buildings to a human scale. A common architectural language and a material palette of timber screens, off form concrete, folded sheet metal, steel, glass, and "green" (vegetated) walls link the Precinct buildings together, while providing distinct character and identity for each of the elements, and reserving the biggest visual impact for the Precinct's key entry points and focal points.

Existing buildings will be modernized both internally and externally to improve their appearances, and also to improve their energy efficiency, flexibility and functionality. New facilities will be designed to engage with their natural and built environments, to provide transparent ‘skins' whereby the internal functions of the buildings can engage both physically and visually with the external environment within which they sit.



Lochiel Park Apartments on ABC News

By Jon Lowe Jun 6th 2011 9:30am

Lochiel Park Apartments featured on the ABC news launch of the Zero Carbon House Challenge:

Click here:

ABC News

Lochiel Park Apartments



Heritage Award for the Ladder Project

By Jon Lowe Jun 30th 2011 9:00am


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.


click here to see the project on Australian Design Review.


Uno Apartments

By Jon Lowe Mar 29th 2010 9:00am

Website launched for our Uno Apartments on 102 Waymouth Street. Click here



Port Pirie GP Plus Construction Update

By Jon Lowe Aug 1st 2013 9:00am

Construction is proceeding well at the GP Plus Port Pirie site, with the feature 'rusty corten' steel panels recently raised into position by Mossop Construction and Interiors

Another creative feature of the project will be the public art produced by the local indigeneous commuity in collaboration with Artist Matthew Stuckey, which will soon be incorporated into the building fabric. The illustrations will be laser-cut into a pic-perf metal sheet and fixed to the main entry ramp balustrade. You can see more of Matthew's work at and further project details can be viewed on our website




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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