Winners of the 2016 Central Queensland Regional Architecture Awards will be announced on Friday 12 February. Eleven projects have been shortlisted for the architecture awards program organised by the Australian Institute of Architects.
Educational projects lead the nominations this year with six entries including early learning, primary and secondary facilities from across the region. Winners of the 2016 Central Queensland Regional Architecture Awards will progress to the coveted State Architecture Awards to be announced in Brisbane on 24 June.
Queensland 2016 State Awards Jury Director, Michael Lavery (m3architecture), will present the Regional Commendations to the Central Queensland winners at the Yeppoon Town Hall at 6pm on Friday 12 February.
Gladstone State High School – Year 7 Block, Gladstone by TVS architects
CQU Health Clinic Extension, North Rockhampton by Reddog Architects
Shalom College Loyola Centre and Administration, Bundaberg by Tony Madden Architects
2nd World War Memorial Aquatic Centre, Rockhampton by Liquid Blu Architects
Former Pioneer Shire Council Building, Mackay by Conrad Gargett
Mount Whitsunday Residence, Mount Whitsunday by Push
Rainbow Valley Early Learning Centre, Telina by Beat Architects
Mercy College Administration Building Redevelopment, Mackay by Bold Architecture & Interior Design
St Brendan’s Catholic Primary School, Stage 1, Rural View by Bold Architecture & Interior Design
Anglican Church of St James the Fisherman, Yeppoon by Thomson Adsett
The Rockhampton Grammar School Birbeck Building, Rockhampton by Thomson Adsett
Image: The Rockhampton Grammar School Birbeck Building