Junction Oval - VCCC, St Kilda
Junction Oval has been an integral part of Melbourne’s rich sporting heritage since its construction in 1856, most recently Junction Oval has undergone a two-year, $40 million-dollar redevelopment to not only be a sporting ground, but the administrative headquarters for Cricket Victoria as well as the training grounds multiple cricketing teams including Victoria Cricket (The Bushrangers), Big Bash T20 superstar teams Melbourne Renegades & Melbourne Stars.
Q Industries supplied luminaires throughout a majority of the facility including, administrative, medical, aquatic, media, parking areas as well a full lighting design and supply of the state-of-the-art interior cricket training area, in which using the Alus luminaire with specialised optics, were able to achieve 800lx and 0.9 uniformity across the entire space, no easy feat!
Australian cricketer and Victoria captain, Aaron Finch commented “It’s beautiful”, during their first training session. “Everything from the changerooms, the gym and pool set-up, the indoorcentre, it’s all pretty amazing.”
Q Industries supplied our architectural Eaton and Lightplane 2.5 linear extrusion throughout the administrative and office areas, mixed downlights including the Torrin, Array and Verona in general areas and the buildings exterior awnings, Cisco downlight and Ribbon flexible neon strip in the pool centre and as mentioned previously the Alus highbay for the interior training centre.
ANU Building 145, Canberra
Located on a significant site within the campus, ANU’s College of Engineering & Computer Science and the Mathematical Sciences Institute faculty is collocated with a major industry partner.
The building form references the University’s original Winston masterplan through alignment and form. Two wings connect in a central entry atrium in which a sculptural timber stair links five levels of contemporary collaborative and teaching spaces.
The result is an innovative hybrid of workplace, teaching and student hub, that supports collaboration between disciplines and encourages agile teamwork. The building reflects ANU’s status as an international leader in these fields.
Q Industries delivered a mixed luminaire package comprising of H-Beam linear extrusion with drop lenses components, Lightplane 2.5 Deep with the drop lens component, Lightplane Linear Wall Grazer, Lightplane One Recessed and other mixed luminaires throughout the building.
Scotch College, Hawthorn
Q Industries supplied Scotch College’s newest Design Technology building with our Lightplane 2.5 IP54 & IP20 rod suspended extrusions throughout the 3 storey building.
Lightplane 2.5 IP54 model was used in the workshop and storage areas and the IP20 model was used in the classroom areas with a custom rectangular piece in the staff area.
Photographer: Martin Reddy
Goodstart Early Learning, ACT
Goodstart Early Learning’s newest purpose built, state of the art facility which caters for children from six weeks to five years of age, including a high quality preschool program.
The centre provides much-needed early learning and care for families of ANU staff, students and local residents and is conveniently located at the main entrance of the University.
Q Industries supplied our Tudor troffers throughout learning areas as well as the Verona downlights in corridors, amenities and other areas.
To read more about Goodstart Early Learning, click here
Photographer: Christopher Fredrick Jones
Frankston Private Hospital
Construction of Frankston Private Hospital commenced in 2015 with stage one opening in early 2017.
Healthscope appointed Watpac to undertake the building and fit out of Frankston Private Hospital.
The hospital will open with the first stage development providing a fully functional 60 bed facility to meet the strong community demand for local high quality healthcare services.
Q Industries provided a full lighting package including, Lightplane 2.5 Linear Recessed, Tudor Cleanroom, Monarch Slimline, mixed downlights and outdoor lighting.
To read more about the hospital, click here
Photographer: Martin Reddy
The Bendigo Hospital Project is currently the largest regional hospital development in Victoria, the construction began in 2013 and Stage One of the Bendigo Hospital Project was completed in late January 2017. Stage Two is poised to be completed mid-2018.
Q Industries provided a mixed lighting solution, mainly consisting of our Lightplane Linear 2.5 Recessed Extrusion.
To read more about the Bendigo Hospital Project, click here
Photographer: Shannon McGrath
567 Collins Street, Melbourne
Early 2016 Q Industries supplied a mixed lighting solution for Connective Melbourne, a well known mortgage aggregator located at 20/567 Collins Street, Melbourne.
Fittings include Torrin downlights, Lightplane Wall Washer and other mixed extrusions.
Photographer: Tatjana Plitt
990 Whitehorse Road, Box Hill
In late 2015 early 2016, 990 Whitehorse Road, the former ATO Office underwent a complete refurbishment to all 5 office levels and is now one of Victoria’s largest available metropolitan office spaces.
Q Industries provided approximately 4,000 custom T-5 full t-bar Platinum luminaires with Organic Response Nodes & Return Air.
The $10m project delivered by GHD & Kane Construction is targeting a 5-Star NABERS energy rating.
Bureau of Meteorology
In 2016 the Bureau of Meteorology Training Centre in Broadmeadows underwent an upgrade, designed by Bourke & Bouteloup Architects in which Q Industries supplied numerous fitting types including H-Beam Wall Mounted Extrusion, Lightplane 3.5 Suspended Extrusion as well as range of downlights and exterior fittings.
Photographer: Peter Bennetts
Architect: Bourke & Bouteloup Architects
Monash University Buildings B1 & C1, Caulfield Campus
Building B1 & C1 of Monash University’s Caulfield Campus is part of ongoing projects with Monash University.
Q Industries supplied an array of fittings including. Lightplane 3.5, 2.5 & Linear Wall Washer, both surface mounted and suspended. H-Beam suspended extrusion, Profile surface mounted micro-extrusion. Along with a mixture of downlights and outdoor fittings.
AGL Energy Melbourne Office 699 Bourke Street, Docklands
AGL’s 1,500 Melbourne-based employees will work at the new Mirvac Group (Mirvac) building which is an A-Grade 6-Star Green Star rated office building that boasts an impressive 90 kW rooftop solar system, the largest solar power system on a commercial office in Melbourne, and an 80,000 litre rainwater catchment system.
It covers 20,000 square meters and sits on top of an elevated platform that rises from the iconic curves of the Southern Cross Station rooftop.
Q Industries supplied a full lighting package including Eaton troffers, Lightplane 3.5 extrusion & Tube downlights
Image Credit: Grimshaw Architects
National Australia Bank, 700 Bourke Street, Docklands
An A-Grade commercial office building of 16 storeys and 63,000m2 , 700 Bourke Street will be the sustainable home of around 6000 Melbourne-based National Australian Bank (NAB) employees.
Melbourne Airport T4 Terminal, Tullamarine
Melbourne Airport has opened the doors to Australia’s newest domestic terminal, located just south of Terminal 3.
The staged opening of the new Terminal 4 (T4) saw Tigerair Australia commence flights on Tuesday 18 August. Jetstar and Regional Express (Rex) will join Tigerair in the new Terminal 4 in the coming months.
Q Industries supplied Lightplane 2.5 Suspended throughout the whole new terminal.
Sandringham College, Bluff Road, Sandringham
On Monday the 13th of October, 2014 the Premier announced a $13 million commitment to redevelop facilities at Sandringham College and build new sporting and science academies at the Beaumaris campus.
Photography: Rhiannon Slatter (First 3 photographs)