Werribee Maternity Hospital

Location Werribee, VIC, Australia
Services Sustainable design
Sector Healthcare
Client Department of Human Services
Architect Billard Leece Partnership

Images ©Billard Leece Partnership

Andrew Thompson

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Cundall was the ESD consultant for the $14m new Mother and Baby Unit at Werribee Mercy Hospital. The expansion included eight additional obstetric beds and four extra special care nursery cots.

The emphasis of the design was non-clinical to create a relaxing environment for the care of pregnant women, new parents and their babies.

ESD features include openable windows, connection to Class A recycled water and rainwater harvesting and extensive use of environmentally preferable materials.

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