Architect: Suters Architects
Client: University of Sydney
Work completed by Active Metal
Glazed and mild steel balustrade, timber handrails and stainless steel junctions, curved mild steel blade balustrade with timber handrail, stainless steel handrails, bollards.
Originally established to care for veterans and their families, the hospital has since taken on a community role as well as being an associated teaching hospital to the University of Sydney since 1963. As it continues to evolve, the addition of the new building provides teachers, students and medical professionals with the latest technology, including advanced skill laboratories, a traditional library, pathology museum, lecture theatres and a café.
Active Metal’s works on the project included a glazed balustrade to the central staircase, including timber handrails with stainless steel junctions and terminations, an eye-catching mild steel blade balustrade with timber handrails to a curved first floor balcony, as well as miscellaneous stainless steel handrails and bollards.