One of HSPC Health Architects most recent completed project, Moyne Health Services, is of great value to the Port Fairy community.
The completion marks the successful delivery of the first stage of an $11m redevelopment plan that places Port Fairy at the forefront of community health and wellness in the state of Victoria. Moyne Health Services’ interim CEO, Leigh Parker has spoken on the great benefits the new building has already provided, “We are rapt, it is fantastic to see it up and going. Our staff are really excited and so are the clientele”, adding that many of the services offered now had a purpose-built location, “…for them to move into the new building is really great”.
Significant historical events, centric to the town, led the design of the building by HSPC Health Architects. A great deal of focus was placed on the importance of facilitating wellness and fulfilment of active lifestyle goals for those who visit.
Health services are provided in a fit for purpose building together with an abundance of natural light, distant views to Port Fairy’s spectacular scenery and pragmatic considerations such as ease of access for all with on grade entry and a dynamic flying canopy for shelter.
See more on the project page.