Working with the Newlands Group to refurbish the heritage listed Tuke Annex Baillie Hendersen Hospital was a fantastic project to be involved in. Heritage Place, known as “Hill House” was constructed between 1915 and 1917, at that time it was a complete brick building that housed 10 patients in single rooms with bathroom in the western wing, a dormitory of 12 beds with bath rooms in the eastern wing, central sitting and dining rooms with bay windows opening onto a verandah overlooking the recreation ground and semidetached kitchen.

The HVAC component of the refurbishment included suspended Cassette style heat recovery units, allowing for simultaneous heating and cooling, installed in acoustic clouds. The reason for this was to allow the heritage ceilings to remain visible while improving the auditory experience for the building.  

With a reputation built on professionalism and trust, Advanced Air Conditioning have spent the last 35 years establishing solid relationships with clients in the commercial and construction sectors who know they can rely on us to provide the heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration solutions they require.

Talk to us about your commercial air conditioning refurbishment requirements today.
Advanced Air Conditioning can provide expert advise on design and engineering services and complete your project to a high standard of workmanship.
We service all areas in Southeast and Regional Queensland, Northern New South Wales.

Have a look at some of our other completed projects. 

Tuke Annex Baillie Henderson Hospital Refurbishment HVAC
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Tuke Annex Baillie Henderson Hospital Refurbishment Commercial HVAC
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