25 May 2023
Hames Sharley is delighted to share that Rocky Bay Belmont has received development approval, making way for a new world-leading community-integrated hub that will respond to the changing needs of people living with disability and neurodiversity in Western Australia.17 Feb 2023
Last night marked the much-awaited official opening of the Purruna Spencer Newton Centre; Scotch College’s new Wellbeing & Sports Centre. Hames Sharley, in conjunction with Scotch College, developed a very strong vision for the Centre – aspiring to ‘replace the old with the bold’ and seizing the opportunity to make a real connection between students, families and the broader community through the platform of wellbeing.09 Dec 2022
Hames Sharley’s design for a new day hospital in the Vasse Town Centre has been unanimously approved by the regional Joint Development Assessment Panel, a wonderful outcome for clients Blackoak Capital and St John of God Health Care.27 Oct 2022
Cycling 200km in two days sounds like a daunting task, but it’s nowhere near as challenging as facing a cancer diagnosis. “A little bit of sweat and pain is nothing compared to receiving that news,” said Morgan Wolpers. The Interior Designer captained a team of 16 courageous Hames Sharley employees who laced up their shoes and donned their jerseys to face the MACA Cancer 200 Ride last weekend.20 Oct 2022
Rocky Bay has partnered with multidisciplinary design practice Hames Sharley to design a leading health and community hub in Belmont. Hames Sharley was selected following a competitive process with a number of leading design firms. Its proposal for Rocky Bay’s almost 2-hectare Belmont site showed a strong understanding of the organisation’s requirements and, aspiration to create an integrated community space.28 Jul 2022
Australian design practice Hames Sharley has announced the appointment of Janine Graves to Associate Director. With 20 years of industry experience and specialist knowledge in the secure environments sector, Janine’s appointment bolsters Hames Sharley’s continued expansion across the Eastern States.30 Mar 2022
Western Australia will be home to a landmark $750 million Comprehensive Cancer Centre, with the Prime Minister recently announcing that half of the funding will be provided by the Federal Government.