15 December 2011
Mayflower Retirement Community Stages 2 and 3News- Mayflower Retirement Community Stages 2 and 3 Project Image Mayflower Retirement Community has engaged SJ Higgins Groups' Melbourne team for the $36 Million development in Brighton, the largest single project for SJ Higgins Group.

Stage 2 comprises a new three-level building consisting of 35 two bedroom luxury apartments and 13 aged care bedrooms with ensuites. There are also corporate and administrative areas, event room, hydrotherapy pool, cafe with a commercial kitchen, library, state of the art communication and security systems and a roof top garden terrace with alfresco dining area.

Stage 3 features two luxury apartment buildings, four levels including basement car park and the two levels. Scope of works includes 25 apartments with two bedrooms and balconies, vertical transportation and state of the art communication and security systems. All works will be undertake within an operational facility.

08 December 2011

Monash Medical Centre Paediatrics Interim Works ProjectNews- Monash Medical Centre Clayton Photo Our Melbourne team has successfully delivered the complex and highly challenging project at the Monash Medical Centre in Clayton. The Monash Children’s acute and intensive care project featured the expansion of the neonatal intensive care, intensive care and general paediatric wards. The main aim of this project was to double the number of paediatric intensive care beds. The project was an interim solution to meet the increased demand on the currently available facilities.


To find out more about this project, click on the following link: Monash Medical Centre Clayton


The project was delivered 3 months ahead of construction programme.

10 October 2011
The Eunice Seddon House awarded prestigious United Nations Scroll of HonourNews- Wintrignham and Wallara Photo Wintringham was rewarded the prestigious United Nations Scroll of Honour in 2011. This Award is the most prestigious human settlements award in the world. This is the first time that Australians or aged care projects have been recognised.

The Eunice Seddon House in Dandenong is a $13 million joint venture between Wintringham and Wallara, a leading aged-care provider for older disadvantaged people and a disability support provider, on a 6.5 Hectare site in dandenong. This pioneering integrated care facility is the first of its kind in Victoria.

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