A significant percentage of aged care facilities, as high as 30%, were built over 30 years ago. This indicates that significant capital expenditure will continue to be outlaid to upgrade facilities…the question is whether to refurbish for similar use, refurbish to repurpose…. or demolish?
After enlisting the services of hospitality design and construction experts, Paynter Dixon Queensland, Hakfoort Group embarked on a $2 million redevelopment earlier this year for the iconic Red Brick Hotel. Read more about this exciting development in the latest QHA review.
Ignoring evidence-based aged care design can have long-term implications for residents, carers and providers, warn design and construction experts, Erica Lambert & Andrew Spilar. Read their latest article found in this months LASA Fusion publication.
A good reno and refurbishment is an inevitable part of the life-cycle of a pub that hoteliers don’t enter into lightly. QHA Review caught up with Paul Coory, Head of Hospitality, Entertainment and Leisure of PDQ – a nationwide Company that puts client involvement at the centre of design and ...
As one of Queensland’s premier clubs, the Redcliffe Dolphins have again embarked on something grand. Situated on the spectacular Redcliffe Peninsular, the club has defined itself by prioritising the needs of its members and local community by continually reinventing and improving its already impressive range of facilities and services.
Frenchville Sports Club, Central Queensland’s leading club, partnered up with Paynter Dixon’s hospitality design and construct team and produced a successful and comprehensive repositioning for this dynamic club …. and the Club could not be happier!