The Seniors Centre in Crace is now complete and being enjoyed by residents and visitors.
ArPM was engaged by Goodwin Aged Care Services to consolidate and fit out vacant tenancies on the ground floor of ‘The Central’ in Crace to create a Seniors Day Centre. Read More
We pay tribute to Philip Nayda, Co-founder and Director of ArPM.
Directors and staff offer our deepest condolences to Philip’s family and close friends.
Philip leaves an indelible mark on the Architectural Profession and the construction industry, in general. He had an extraordinary ability to manage, innovate and apply strategic skills and vision. He had a heart for the community and a passion for service and will be sadly missed by staff, clients and industry colleagues.
Rest in peace, Philip, your proud legacy will live on.
ArPM Director, Dario Salvatore, speaks today at the Health Facilities Design & Development Conference 2014, held in Melbourne.
With health facilities coming under increasing pressure to respond to the changing needs of the future health demographic, we are seeing the development of new healthcare facilities and the redevelopment of existing facilities and with a tight budgetary environment, projects need to be delivered in more cost effective, efficient and innovative ways. Read More
We are delighted to announce the addition of two new Directors to ArPM, Chris Porter and Stephen Clocherty, who will manage operations in Melbourne and Perth, respectively. Both bring valuable experience and expertise to ArPM, further enhancing our commitment to providing exceptional service and delivery to our valued clients.
He will share his expertise on the challenges associated with developing regional and remote healthcare facilities (speaker information).
The conference will take place on the 28th and 29th August 2013 in Melbourne.
Yesterday saw the official opening of the ArPM head office at Level 5, Tower A, 7 London Circuit in Canberra .
The ArPM team would like to take this opportunity to welcome Architectural Graduate, Annette Pogas, to Canberra. Annette has relocated from Alice Springs where she also worked as an Architectural Graduate for Hodgkison.