The Centre For National Resilience, located at the Damascus Barracks in Pinkenba is Brisbane’s largest quarantine facility, which will support overseas travel and ensure the safety of the South-East Queensland community. T&H worked alongside Multiplex to deliver various food-service spaces for the facility; Multiplex stating, “The Centre for National Resilience will supplement existing quarantine arrangements during the pandemic (COVID-19) and be available to respond to future natural disasters or future health crises in the years to come”. The facility is the first of its kind throughout Brisbane and is designed by Billard Leece Partnership in collaboration with AECOM, the original design team of the existing Howard Springs Quarantine Facility in the Northern Territory. The Pinkenba facility, located just 5km from the Brisbane Airport, provides a state-of-the-art processing centre for new arrivals, a police station, workshop, production kitchen, storage and laundry spaces, as well as quarantine accommodation for 500 people. This ambitious project will serve as a part of Brisbane’s modern history – It has been a welcomed opportunity for T&H to play a key role in the Australian Government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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