NELP Bulleen Park & Ride | Peter Elliott Architecture + Urban Design with GHD & CPB

Bulleen Park & Ride was delivered as the first component of the North East Link and Eastern Freeway Upgrade. The new premium bus station is the first part of the Eastern Busway – Melbourne’s first dedicated busway from Doncaster towards the city. The park and ride features parking for 370 cars in a two–level car park building, bike storage, pick–up and drop–off bays and premium station and platform amenities. The car park is embedded into the landform with a 5,000m2 green roof and extensive site landscaping. The Koonung Creek Trail walking and cycling path connects with the facility via the roof–top community park, further activating the space. The park and ride is the first of its type in Melbourne and is based on the rail station model offering high quality patron amenity. The car park, bus platform and rooftop park are seamlessly connected into the local residential neighborhood.

Campbelltown Hospital Redevelopment | Billard Leece Partnership

The $632m redevelopment of the Campbelltown Hospital utilises the latest design innovation around healthcare and healing environments to deliver a vital health service for the region.

The building responds to the topography of the site creating a distinct identity that represents the growing Campbelltown and Macarthur Region. The façade of the building is designed to be alive, not static with materials that reflect the colours and tones of Dharawal Country landscapes.

Working collaboratively with Dharawal Country representatives, the design team developed concepts to enrich the project via landscape, art, sculpture, as well as the façade colours and tones. Themes of the lyre bird and native medicinal plants are expressed on the building’s façade with a dramatic sculptural floating feather and mural in the building lobby.

A key indicator to the success of the project, has already shown an uptake in attendance for care ensuring better health outcomes for the community.

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