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Angie

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ARTAS in the news: The 35th Dulux Awards, 2021

We are pleased to be a finalist for Dulux's 35th Colour Awards for 2021, with our submission for the Meercroft Park Redevelopment, Devonport, Tasmania. Entries will be judged by an external panel of design professionals. They’ll determine how colour has been used to enhance and transform the project through two elements: • Creativity • Innovation All colours and shades will…
28th June 2021
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ARTAS in the news: Meercroft Park Redevelopment

The quality of the multi-sport playing surface at Devonport's Meercroft Park has always been first-class. Now the once inadequate and outdated Meercroft Park pavilion building matches the well-utilised sporting grounds located across the road from Bluff Beach. "It's like chalk and cheese what's there now compared to what was there before," Meercroft Park Facilities Committee chairman Mike Gaffney said. Mr…
5th March 2021
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ARTAS in the news: Launceston Seaport Marina Upgrade

ARTAS are delighted to be working with developer Errol Stewart to deliver his proposed vision for the Launceston Seaport Marina upgrade using the skills of our our inhouse 3D Illustrators. 'For years, boats at the Seaport marina have been impacted by the silt and the mud in the Tamar River...Mr Stewart has developed a $4m proposal for the future of…
16th February 2021
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ARTAS in the news: Burnie Court Complex Tender Awarded

"$15 million Burnie Court Complex on Mooreville Road to be designed by ARTAS Architects. Justice Minister Elise Archer announced on Tuesday afternoon that Tasmanian firm ARTAS Architects would be designing and overseeing the construction." ARTAS are excited to be working on this important project in North West Tasmania. We have sought advice from our specialist consultant FMSA Architecture for this…
5th January 2021
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Construction underway at the Launceston General Hospital Carpark Extension

At it’s highest point the extended carpark at the Launceston General Hospital will stand more than 19 meters tall when complete. As an extension to an existing concrete structure, and, given the height of the new building the design and construction have been multifaceted. Seismic design and coordination were required and post tension (PT) slab construction has been utilised.  PT…
11th May 2020
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ARTAS in the news: Alanvale upgrade on track

ARTAS are delighted to be the architect appointed for the TasTAFE Alanvale Campus Upgrade. ..."These fit-for-purpose spaces will align with the latest industry standards, and have been designed to resemble Tasmanian hospital wards and aged care facilities: Mr Rockliff said. To read the full article as published in The Examiner on 07 February visit the link below.
11th February 2020