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Major Electrical Contract – Aged Care Facility

Project Highlights

  • Sustainable power generation with 65-125 KMP Solar System with over 300 panels
  • DALI & C-Bus integrated automation lighting system
  • 660 KVA Generator installed
  • Dry Fire Protection Suppression System
  • Australian Standard emergency lighting
  • Integrated Audio with FOXTEL, free-to-air, antenna and satellite

Overview

Division: Electrical
Location: Umina, NSW
Industry: Aged Care
Partner: Grindley Construction

Crossmuller partnered with Grindley Construction to deliver electrical engineering services for the new 114 bed residential aged care home for Peninsula Village.

The home includes 111 one-bedroom rooms and three executive suites, all with private ensuites across three levels and is serviced by two lifts. In addition, the facility incorporates a hair salon, one mobile bathroom, three treatment rooms, a wellness room, five small resident domestic laundries, six serveries and multiple open courtyards, with architectural circular voids.
Major Electrical Contract – Aged Care Facility
Project #33

The Challenge

Crossmuller was tasked with ensuring the facility was on the forefront of sustainable technology enabling the client to enjoy cost savings in energy generation.

The facility needed to offer residents and staff a safe, yet modern and livable environment incorporating functionality throughout that was easy to use.

The Solution

The Crossmuller team assessed the requirements of this modern facility and were able to deliver sustainable energy solutions including a 65-125 KMP Solar System with over 300 panels. The implementation of the system enables the facility to benefit from significant costs savings by generating the majority of it's own power supply.

A 660 KVA generator was also installed to provide vital emergency electrical generation should there be a system failure such as in the event of a catastrophic storm.

Dry fire protection suppression with smoke indication and an automated firefighting system offer peace of mind to staff and local authorities.

A DALI and C-Bus integrated automated lighting system for mood and timed lighting ensures residents are safe when navigating the facilities and offer further energy efficiency. This also included over 2,000 lights both inside and outside, Australian Standard emergency lighting, L.E.D strip lighting, heat lighting, and feature lights.

Integrated audio systems were installed throughout, included FOXTEL, free-to-air, antenna and satellite dishes.
Project #33