H+H Architects have extensive experience master planning large complex sites. For the Great Southern Institute of Technology we have prepared the last 2 stages of their master plan. The latest mater plan will guide development on the site for the next 20 years. The Health Science building was the first project completed from this master plan in 2014.
EMU POINT DEVELOPMENT
H+H Architects combined with a team of local consultants to deliver this large, environmentally sensitive subdivision for Landcorp. The project site is immediately behind the Middleton beach dunal system and is considered to have high environmental significance. The final subdivision proposal was developed through a rigorous process that questioned and tested all the decisions on the project against best practice environmental standards. The outcomes included detailed design guidelines, a 'green points' sustainable initiative, building envelopes to protect solar access and 60% of the site retained as bushland.
MIDDLETON BEACH DEVELOPMENT
The Middleton Beach Development was a masterplanning exercise undertaken by H+H Architects to demonstrate future development options for this iconic beachfront site.
MOUNT BARKER COMMUNITY COLLEGE
This project involved the relocation of the Mount Barker Primary School to co-locate with the High School and create the Mount Barker Community College. The planning provided separate Primary School facilities with some shared facilities across the precinct. The buildings were specifically designed for the site, and take into account environmental considerations.
YAKAMIA PRIMARY SCHOOL
This project was a complex Master planning and programming exercise to replace the existing Yakamia Primary School on an existing site while the school remained in operation. It was designed to enable the school to be procured in 4 stages including a forward works project to upgrade the power, gas and sewer to the site. This involved close liaison with all client levels (BMW, DOE head office, school, community) to gain approval of the Masterplan and program. An ongoing close relationship with all parties enabled H+H Architects to achieve the project over a 5 year program.
ALBANY CENTRAL AREA
A planning exercise undertaken by H+H Architects to demonstrate the potential to create a Cultural Precinct centered around the Town Hall, Library and the Old Primary School.