Arts, Culture, Leisure & Tourism

Slattery understands the value and benefit of great cultural and civic spaces to communities, to defining identity and place-making alongside stimulating and sustainable environments to learn, live and work in.

At Slattery we believe in making the world a better place through the built environment. Our team enjoy being involved in civic, cultural and educational infrastructure projects as they provide a real opportunity to contribute to local culture and the economy.

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Buxton Contemporary

Slattery were engaged to work with Michael Buxton and the University of Melbourne to transform a space between heritage buildings on the VCA campus to a high quality art gallery, to house Mr. Buxton’s collection of contemporary art as well as exhibitions by professional artists. The project involved managing multiple ... more

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Victorian Pride Centre

Slattery has been appointed to provide cost advisory services to the Pride Centre development in St Kilda - with a vision to be the most loved, well known and visited home for the LGBTQI community in Australia. As part of our role, Slattery reviewed all short-listed designs and provided high ... more

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ACMI Renewal, Melbourne

Slattery were engaged to cost-manage the major renewal of the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI), at Federation Square. This project reorientates ACMI’s entry points, pathways through the museum including reconfiguration and redesign of the major permanent exhibition spaces, industry research labs, education centre and associated digital and media ... more

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Wyndham Park Redevelopment, Wyndham City Council

Slattery were engaged by the Wyndham City Council to provide Full Cost Planning and Cost Management services for the redevelopment of Wyndham Park. The purpose of the redevelopment is to create a central park and events space, whilst aiming to provide economic, social, environmental and cultural benefits to the residents ... more