Goolum Goolum Aboriginal Co-operative

Goolum Goolum Aboriginal Co-operative

Goolum Goolum is recognised as the principal Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Health Organisation within the local Government areas of Horsham, Northern Grampians, Hindmarsh, West Wimmera, Ararat and Yarriambiack Shire Councils, ensuring the provision of effective health, welfare and family services to the First Peoples community.

The Co-operative, formed in 1982, is dedicated to fostering cultural pride within the Community and to ensuring that provision of health and Community services to First Nations people with respect to their culture, history and experience. The organisation is dedicated to supporting and advocating for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and this purpose-built facility was designed to create a culturally sensitive and welcoming environment.

The design of Goolum Goolum Aboriginal Co-operative is a direct reflection of the needs and input from the community and co-operative team. It is space that enables efficient service delivery while promoting respect and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples culture.

PROJECT DETAILS
CLIENT
Goolum Goolum
LOCATION
Horsham, Victoria
COMPLETION
Under construction
SERVICES PROVIDED
Architecture and Interior Design

Ballarat Base Hospital – ED Clinical Decisions Unit

Ballarat Base Hospital - ED Clinical Decisions Unit

Morton+Co is working collaboratively with Lyons Architecture to deliver the Ballarat Base Hospital Redevelopment projects. As part of this redevelopment, Morton+Co recently completed the Emergency Department Clinical Decisions Unit within the live hospital environment, including both demolition and new internal fitout with specialist equipment.

The design of the emergency department (ED) was primarily guided by the ethos of functionality and rapid responsiveness. This space was designed to accommodate a high volume of patients with varying degrees of medical issues, efficiently and without delay.

The layout is strategically planned to optimise workflows, safety and accessibility, while minimising travel distances between critical areas. The design incorporated resilient materials and surfaces that are easy to clean and maintain.

PROJECT DETAILS
CLIENT
Grampians Health
LOCATION
Ballarat, Victoria
COMPLETION
2023
SERVICES PROVIDED
Architecture
Interior Design

Ballarat Base Hospital – Diagnostics Facility

Ballarat Base Hospital - Diagnostics Facility

Morton+Co is working collaboratively with Lyons Architecture to deliver the Ballarat Base Hospital Redevelopment projects.

As part of this redevelopment, Morton+Co recently completed the Diagnostics facility relocation within the live hospital environment, including both demolition and new internal fitout of first floor areas complete and making good of ground floor ceilings and cladding impacted by the inlay of new services.

The project involved the development of connecting corridors, arrival and administration areas, consulting offices, meeting rooms and support spaces for amenity and specialised equipment, including works within a plant room and across an external roof mounted plant platforms.

PROJECT DETAILS
CLIENT
Grampians Health
LOCATION
Ballarat, Victoria
COMPLETION
2023
SERVICES PROVIDED
Architecture
Interior Design

Ballarat Hospice

Ballarat Hospice

Ballarat Hospice Care is a purpose-built palliative care hub to meet the increasing demand for specialist, community-based palliative care and bereavement support.

This vital community facility provides specialist, high-quality palliative care, as well as holistic health care and support for people living with a life-limiting illness while supporting carers, family and friends involved in their care.

The project delivered a contemporary facility with modern clinical and family counselling rooms, a multi-purpose education suite, e-health technology, secure reception, equipment storage and amenities for families and visitors.

PROJECT DETAILS
CLIENT
VHHSBA
LOCATION
Ballarat, Victoria
COMPLETION
2019
VALUE
AUD 6.2 million
SERVICES PROVIDED
Architecture

BADAC

Ballarat and District Aboriginal Co-operative

The Ballarat and District Aboriginal Co-operative (BADAC) was established by members of the Ballarat and district Aboriginal community in 1979.

The staged development of the existing BADAC site in Armstrong Street North, is comprised of the significant development of this two storey medical facility along with allied health, linked to the existing structure.

The purpose-built facility was designed to create a culturally welcoming environment and provide a range of services for indigenous and non-indigenous people in Victoria’s greater Western region.

The building design and layout reflects the needs and input from community members and staff. The result is a space which is culturally sensitive and promotes understanding, respect and celebration of indigenous culture while enabling efficient service delivery.

PROJECT DETAILS
CLIENT
BADAC
LOCATION
Ballarat, Victoria
COMPLETION
2019
VALUE
AUD 6.4 million
SERVICES PROVIDED
Architecture
Interior Design