Upgrade of the Imaging Services at Calvary Hospital in Tasmania, in a life environment. The project was staged in multiple facets due to the requirements to keep the MRIs functional at all times and void disruption to the hospital. Successfully, the fitout involved the planning, design and delivery of the new CT Room, X-Ray, Ultrasounds Rooms,  Mammography,, Bone Densitometry, Dental OPG, 2 MRIs and admin and support areas. The MRI had to be delivered by removing part of the façade of the building and craning the equipment through a limited area.

Contract Type: Planning, Design, Documentation, Permits, Base Building Services Management, Equipment Coordination and Commissioning, Fitout Delivery
Location: Calvary Lenah Valley Hospital 49 Augusta Road, Lenah Valley, 7008


Working closely with the head office team, Space For Health spent 12 months in the early stages in developing a strong design concept. The result was an architectural manual design and development to the standardisation of the design, finishes, and fitout which is used throughout every project to ensure consistency across all sites, no matter the location, size, scope of works or tenancy.

Space For Health’s feasibility work and project management included site assessment and recommendations, centralised procurement, as well as liaising with landlord and regulatory authorities for approvals in both regional and CBD Areas of Australia.

The scope of design and fitout of the imaging clinics including both new and live operating environments. For example, the 6-Stage Refurbishment at I-MED in Mt Isa Hospital required one X-Ray RM and CT RM operational at all times whilst we fit out the new imaging facilities. We are experienced in working with challenging circumstances in the fitout stage.