This extension to the Residential Aged Care facility at the Adventist Retirement Village at Victoria Point is a two stage development. The design for the new building has evolved from a thorough analysis of the site, the existing buildings and infrastructure. The client’s current and future operations and service delivery requirements were a key component of Paynter Dixon’s planning for the development. Stage 1 of the redevelopment involved a three level building which includes undercover car parking, a new kitchen, administration area, cafe and 38 residential aged care beds. It also involved refurbishment of part of the existing facility to create a new administration area, chapel and café. The new extension and refurbished area resulted in a seamless integration with the existing facility. Transfer of residents to the new building in November 2013 enabled Stage 2 of the redevelopment project to progress. This second stage of the redevelopment involved demolition of a redundant high care building and construction of an additional 52 aged care beds. An important consideration during construction was maintaining the safety and security of residents, staff and visitors and ensuring minimal disruption to day to day operations while the building works were progressing. The new development maximises views to Moreton Bay from the upper levels, has provided residents with a state of the art facility and staff with appropriate amenities to enable Adventist Aged Care to continue to provide high quality care.