Presbyterian Aged Care – The Terraces


 

“The Terraces” are situated in the highly sought-after suburb of Paddington in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs. A brand-new, purpose built facility, it’s less than 500 metres to St. Vincent’s Hospital, less than 1 kilometre to Rushcutter’s Bay, and within 5 minutes’ walk in all directions are shops, cafés and galleries. They are fortunate enough to have a very large block –shared with the retirement apartment building that typically would be used to hold around 50 terrace houses in this area, so there’s a lot of space and very large trees to enjoy. Designed to accommodate “Ageing in place” the facility provides respite, residential, dementia, and palliative care. There are multiple lounge, dining, and activity rooms, a hydrotherapy spa bathroom, and the majority of rooms have their own ensuite.

Client brief

Provide the full range of product equipment for the new facility and ensure the range of equipment meets the needs of residents

Project Value

$500,000 – $700,000

Solution

The project was scoped and a range of equipment options were considered before settling on a mix of equipment that answered the brief. This tender was submitted to and presented to the board who considered a range of factors including quality, durability, installation and after sales service, overall value and price. The service included delivery, installation and placement of equipment in all rooms. Extensive training was undertaken including pre and post delivery training for clinical staff and on-site technical training. In service refresher training and provision of manuals and instruction documentation. The preventive maintenance schedule was comprehensive and was free of charge for the first 12 months. It included a 27 point maintenance report that was to be undertaken annually.

Product Delivered

A full facility fit out including beds, mattresses, over bed tables. There was also an extensive range of bathroom equipment, wheelchairs, crash mats, walking belts and more

Project Team 

Astris Lifecare – Sam Little
Presbyterian Aged Care – Scott Basset – Property & Asset Manager