• Aquadome Refurbishment - City of Playford

    The redevelopment of the City of Playford’s Aquadome involved the refurbishment of existing office spaces down stairs, demolition of an old spa upstairs to make way for new office spaces, meeting rooms, and boardroom, installation of a new lift, upgrade of the façade and entry way, and associated carparking and landscaping to the forecourt. The Aquadome is proudly owned by the City of Playford and managed by the YMCA. The project also included works to accommodate the Adelaide United Football Club in their new home at the Aquadome. The facility remained open with minimal disruption throughout the upgrade.

  • Port Lincoln Country General Hospital Redevelopment
    Completed 2014

    The major redevelopment of the Port Lincoln Health Services was a joint initiative of the federal and state governments. The redevelopment enables more people to have their treatments locally and reduces the amount of travel to Adelaide. Mossop Construction + Interiors were appointed as the Managing Contractor for the project under the State Governments GC21 Collaborative contract in March 2013. 

    The project encompasses the delivery of a new two-storey facility sited to the front of the existing hospital addressing Oxford Tce including new entrance, public carparks and surrounds, and the redevelopment of existing facilities at Port Lincoln Hospital to support the delivery of a range of acute hospital and allied health services.

    Specifically the project incorporated an expanded and refurbished integrated operating theatre suite totalling 1,180 sqm; a new 20 bed ward inclusive of a 6 bed inpatient mental health unit all with private ensuites comprising new floor area of 1,334 sqm; new community health facility 1,425 sqm, new allied health services including 7 public dental chairs 324 sqm; a 50 bay car-park; a refurbished ground floor entrance and sustainment works addressing high priority items within the existing hospital infrastructure. Mossop Construction + Interiors also concurrently undertook the delivery of the new chemotherapy and renal dialysis unit providing 4 renal chairs and 4 chemotherapy chairs.

    The project highlights Mossop Construction + Interiors successful delivery with careful consideration for planning to ensure that the day to day health service operations were not compromised throughout construction.

    Further project success included meeting governments workforce participation and industry participation requirements; delivery of a fast track program in a regional location; dealing with existing asbestos conditions; excellence in trade, consultant and client relationship and communication; procurement and cost management; program management and mitigation strategies and overall project HSE outcomes (both contractor and public).

  • Hampstead Road GP Super Clinic
    Completed October 2014

    This project involves the construction of a 2 storey building with floor area of approx. 2,095m2 to provide general practice; dental; radiology; cancer treatment; musculoskeletal; and other allied health services to public patients. Construction includes a pharmacy, café, associated car parking facilities, and civil / landscaping works. The ground floor fitout is at the typical landlord sublease standard and comprises 8 separate vacant tenancies ready for tenant fitout. Subsequently, approx. 80% of the ground floor has been leased by SA Health and will be occupied by Specialist Renal Dialysis Services and the fitout will be very similar to the GP Clinic above. The fitout of the entire first floor for the GP Super Clinic comprises consulting and physio rooms, treatment rooms, and other specialist services spaces.
  • Riverland General Hospital Redevelopment
    Completed in 34 months

    The Riverland General Hospital Redevelopment in Berri is one of the largest State Government funded capital works projects in country South Australia over the last few years.

    Mossop Construction + Interiors appointed in the role as managing contractor oversaw the major redevelopment project. With an original targeted construction value of $39M the project was successfully completed and delivered with major budget savings at a final cost of $33.3M.

    The Redevelopment included the construction of new facilities, including 3 new Operating Theatres, Emergency Department, Mental Health Facilities, Central Sterile Supply Department  CSSD), Renal Dialysis Wards, Rehabilitation Facilities, as well as a refurbishment of existing wards, department, consulting suites, pharmacy and hospital administration areas.

    Furthermore the project involved delivery of new major infrastructure works including new plantrooms, air conditioning, fire services and water storage, generators (x 2), electrical services and supplies, medical gases and hydraulics.

    One of the key challenges of the project was to ensure that throughout the redevelopment process, the hospital was not affected by construction works and critically their day to day hospital functions were unaffected by the major building activities occurring immediately adjacent the occupied and operations sections of the hospital.

  • Calvary Central Districts Hospital Cancer Centre & Specialist Suites
    Completed in 11 months

    Mossop Construction + Interiors have been repeatedly engaged by Calvary Health Care Adelaide over the last 4 years to undertake numerous back to back projects across their North Adelaide and Central District hospital locations. Some of the projects are:

    Calvary North Adelaide St Helen’s Ward Redevelopment, Maternity Ward Refurbishment and Theatres Upgrade:
    Delivery of works in three separate areas under a multi-staged program to ensure continuous client operations and occupation; works consisted of construction of a two storey extension and major refurbishment of the St Helens ward delivering 5 new beds and new theatre and sterile rooms; refurbishment of three operating theatres and affiliated spaces and refurbishment of portion of the maternity ward. To ensure minimal disruption to the hospital’s surgical program, all theatres were refurbished over Christmas to a very compacted program.

    Calvary North Adelaide New Theatre and Day Procedures Redevelopment:
    Delivered in 3 stages, works consisted of 1st floor building extension to day surgery unit, construction of new 1st floor link corridors, upgrade of the existing day surgery spaces, construction of a new theatre and associated support areas and alterations and upgrades to the existing spaces. All works were undertaken whilst the hospital remained operational and scheduling was negotiated with the hospital to minimise inconvenience.

    Calvary Central Districts Cancer Centre:
    Construction of a new cancer treatment centre, including specialist consulting and treatment suites, radiotherapy centre with treatment bunkers and affiliated spaces, oncology unit, pharmacy, pathology and cardiology consulting, receptions, public waiting areas and extended site carpark. The project included working in and adjacent to an operational hospital facility and the construction of 2 new radiotherapy bunker treatment rooms. The specialist construction of the radiotherapy bunkers required an in situ concrete floor, walls and roof structure to meet the radiation requirements.

    Calvary Central Districts CSSD & Theatre Refurbishment:
    This project involves the staged refurbishment and expansion of the Central Sterilising Services Department (CSSD), establishment of a Day of Surgery Admissions (DOSA) centre to facilitate an increasing number of day surgery admissions and refurbishment of recovery and theatre support areas. Further projects at Calvary Central Districts Hospital include the Radiology SA clinic extension and new MRI installation.

    Successful delivery of all projects has ensured the clients ongoing relationship has been upheld.

  • Ceduna District Health Service
    Completed In 20 Months

    2011 Master Builders Association (SA) Award
    Category: Excellence in Occupational Health,Safety & Welfare
    Award: Commendation

    Project involved the construction of 3,500m2 new hospital build and a 1800m2 refurbishment of the existing hospital building for use as a GP Plus facility in the remote south west of South Australia with a project timeframe of 19 ½ months.

    New areas of the hospital include theatres, resuscitation, birthing, palliative care, acute, aged care, catering and engineering facilities. Completed on schedule despite the remote location and competition for trade contractors.  Engaged as Managing Contractor by the Department of Planning, Transport & Infrastructure on behalf of SA Health, Mossop Construction + Interiors actively participated in Design Phase of the project including recommending material selections based on remoteness of site and the availability of skilled trades to carry out the works.

    Established in early Partnering Workshop with all project team members, a number of Key Resultant Areas (KRA’s) were established to measure the success of the project. These KRA’s addressed High Performance, Value/Cost, ESD/Environment and Legacy Key Performance Indicators. Upon completion of the project these were subsequently reviewed and all outcomes were achieved or excelled to ensure overall success of the project.

  • Playford North GP Plus
    Completed 16 weeks

    Client: Adelaide Unicare Pty Limited

    Architect: Hardy Milazzo

    Constructed for Adelaide Unicare, University of Adelaide / University of SA.
    Construction of new building consisting of consulting rooms, radiology and pathology services.


  • Calvary North Adelaide - St Helens Ward, Maternity Ward & Theatre Upgrade
    Completed in 13 months

    Client: Calvary Health Care Adelaide

    Design Consultants: Silver Thomas Hanley - Brown Falconer

    Construction of a new 2 storey extension for St Helens Ward comprising of 5 new beds to the ground floor and new theatre sterile rooms to the first floor. Refurbishment of 3 operating theatres and refurbishment of the hospital’s existing maternity wards. All operating theatres were fully refurbished over the Christmas Holidays under a very compacted program to ensure minimal disruption of the surgical program to the hospital. Project was delivered under various stages to ensure continuous client operation and occupation.

  • Noarlunga Health Services
    Completed in 15 months

    Client: Department of Human Services

    Architect: JPE Design Studio
    Stage 1 Redevelopment - Construction of a new Accident and Emergency building and refurbishment of existing building.
  • Repat General Hospital
    Completed in 15 months

    2007 Master Builders Association Building Excellence Awards
    Category: Excellence In A Commercial Building $5m to $10m
    Award: Winner

    Judges' comments: "The Mossop Group excelled in every aspect of the delivery of the project, particularly in building strong relationships with the hospital and adjacent site users. Attention paid to constructability and finishes to ensure a safe environment for the aged and infirm patients and their carers was exemplary. So too was the attention to the management of safety for the entire construction team."

    ‘Representing a new generation of facilities for the treatment of aged people with mental illnesses the success of this multi-award winning project was founded on challenging the accepted design parameters for such buildings and promoting the notion that a positive, nurturing environment is a key factor in patient treatment and recovery.

    The design and construction integrates the building interior with landscaped external spaces and places a high emphasis upon the privacy and dignity of occupants, the special needs of the aged, and the safety and wellbeing of all occupants. Incorporating extensive passive design and sustainable building system initiatives the facility has demonstrated outstanding environmental benefits including very low energy use.’ – Cheesman Architects.

    Mossop Construction + Interiors successfully delivered the construction of the 3,500m2 30 Bed Acute Mental Health Unit located on the grounds of the Repatriation General Hospital site at Daw Park.  The building with low to high level security areas and new Administration Building incorporate building features such as rainwater harvesting and reuse and a reverse brick veneer façade.

    “Mossop Construction + Interiors excelled in every aspect of the delivery of the project, particularly in building strong relationships with the hospital and adjacent site users. Attention paid to constructability and finishes to ensure a safe environment for the aged and infirm patients and their carers was exemplary. So too was the attention to the management of safety for the entire construction team.” – MBA Award Judges Comments.

    ‘The project has been widely referenced nationally as a benchmark facility for current and future mental health facilities and the incorporation of sustainable principles in smaller health buildings.

  • SportsMed SA Theatre Extension
    Completed in 10 months

    Client: SportsMed SA

    Architect: Hassell

    Extension to existing day surgery comprising single and two-storey additions, including new theatre, CSSD, recovery aeas and patient and staff amenities.

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