Australian architecture’s annual gala awards event was held in Sydney’s Ivy Ballroom on Thursday, 3rd November and Hames Sharley are proud to have been associated with one of the evening’s celebrated projects.
From a shortlist of exceptional buildings the University of Queensland Oral Health Centre, by Cox Rayner Architects in association with Hames Sharley and Conrad Gargett Riddel, was presented with three separate awards; The Daryl Jackson Award for Educational Architecture alongside National Awards for Interior Architecture and Sustainable Architecture.
Hames Sharley’s National Health Portfolio Director, Warren Kerr AM attended the event to receive the awards alongside counterparts from the practice’s architectural partners.
Warren commended the excellent work undertaken by Associate Director Karl De Beer and his team in the Queensland studio of Hames Sharley - “It is a great privilege to be asked to undertake projects that contribute so much to the delivery of healthcare services and professional training for the dental profession. To then be honoured with such prestigious national accolades is an extremely proud achievement in the practice’s 40th year. We are delighted to accept this award as it highlights the success of what can be achieved by working collaboratively with like-minded practices”.