The school is designed to celebrate eco friendly materials and energy efficient design techniques with a key focus on the communication of environmental responsibility and ‘green values’ to the student population.
At dwp|suters we are in the business of shaping futures for innovative and sustainable communities and cities.Leone Lorrimer
The relocation of the Hills Shire Council headquarters creates an inviting, new public face for the provision of services to 'The Garden Shire’ community. The new council chamber, workplace and public areas embrace the Hills Shire’s connection to the environment, urban landscape and its agricultural history.
We are about pioneering new ways of doing for the benefit of current and future communities.
Our expert teams are structured into four portfolios: Lifestyle, Community, Work and Infrastructure. We deliver projects via teams of highly focused specialists, offering diversity, flexibility and creativity.
We question conventions and norms, engaging in thorough research and enquiry throughout the design process to generate unique ideas developed from first principles.
Healthscope’s return to public ownership in a $3.6 billion float coincides with significant milestones in two dwp|suters designed Healthscope hospital projects. During the IPO campaign Healthscope confirmed its focus on the expansion of its ‘tier-one’ hospitals.
Architects need to assume greater responsibility for their designs and understand the implications of their design decisions says Rory Martin, National Sustainability Leader at dwp|suters.
Rory provides an insight into his experience, inspiration and vision for design and sustainability.
The adoption of Building Information Modelling (BIM) is increasing across the Architecture, Engineering and Construction Sector which has allowed us to collaborate more frequently with design consultants. Each of these experiences has allowed us to refine our workflows and be confident in our BIM delivery process.
Construction has started on the $43 million redevelopment of the National Capital Private Hospital in Canberra. The redevelopment is set to deliver three new operating theatres, a 35 bed inpatient unit, 22 bed intensive care unit, 14 bed day chemotherapy unit, consulting suites and support services.