This iconic project of international significance at Wadjemup (Rottnest Island) achieves world-class durability despite oceanic salinity and corrosion due to Airey Taylor Consulting’s Structural Engineering capacity using glass fibre reinforced polymer rods in concrete
Adaptive re-use of this Heritage structure used the full suite of Airey Taylor Consulting’s Scientific and Structural skills; proving that adaptation and restoration of upper level Heritage structures with continued use of ground floor tenancies can be a more attractive option for owners than the current industry practice of facadism in Heritage settings.
These two Aquatic facilities in the Kimberley have become the focal point for health and recreation for their remote communities, assisting children to reach Educational outcomes and improving quality of life for residents and visitors
Airey Taylor Consulting’s structural design for Glass Fibre Reinforced Polymer using rods as reinforcement in concrete radically extend the life of this new Dolphin and Boat Ramp at Australia’s northern most Island
This bright and attractive coastal Secondary College in Perth’s northern suburbs used Airey Taylor Consulting’s deep understanding of educational project to create an unified campus with large spans, cantilevers and suspended stairwells reflecting the open and light setting.
This project introduces an attractive new two storey Pavilion to the popular Shirley Strickland Reserve in Ardross, featuring excellent visibility of the sporting grounds from the architecturally attractive club function rooms.
One of a series of recently completed regional Aquatic Centres in Western Australia, this premium community recreational facility provides a focal point for families in the Eastern Wheatbelt town of Southern Cross
A major Aquatic Centre completed in the town of Northam; the site has since become the host of competitive swim meets and school carnival events for the entire wheatbelt
Airey Taylor Consulting provided Structural Engineering services to help achieve Armstrong Parkin Architects’ vision of a world class audiovisual and practical training centre for Western Australian hospitality students.
This multidiscplinary science building for Curtin University students uses an adaptation of an existing concrete framed shell with new steel elements to incorporate extensive air conditioning for labwork and house heavy scientific equipment in a state-of-the-art facility