Client:
WA State Government
Location:
Wooroloo, Western Australia
Features:
New facilities including accommodation (387 beds), vocation facilities, at risk education facility, heavy industries extension, external store, car parking and recreational facilities.

Hames Sharley provided architectural and landscape services to the state’s only privately managed prison, Acacia Prison as part of a $90 million expansion. Hames Sharley is a member of the Perumal Pedavoli Architects design team, led by Doric Constructions.

The project scope involves the design and construction of new facilities including accommodation (387 beds), vocation facilities, at risk education facility, heavy industries extension, external store, car parking and recreational facilities.