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he team at Silver Thomas Hanley
work hard to maintain the practice’s
reputation as an industry-leading,
exceptionally reliable and creative
healthcare-architecture firm. This reputation is
reflected in the fact that the practice has been
involved in most of the major public and private
health projects undertaken in WA in the past 25
years, with many clients returning time and again.
Silver Thomas Hanley’s integrated planning
and design service extends to clients both
nationally and internationally, and its experience
encompasses projects from hospitals and clinics, to
other related building typologies.
These include technically and functionally
complex buildings for research, laboratories and
tertiary training, and less formalised environments
for aged care and mental health.
Originally formed in 1953, the practice evolved
into Silver Thomas Hanley in 1985.
Since then it has completed an impressive
portfolio of work on projects ranging in value from
$1m to $2b, in Australia and overseas. The talented
team of more than 40 professionals has more than
three decades of experience in health-facility
planning and design.
In 2015, Silver Thomas Hanley was a key part
of the architectural joint venture to be awarded
the highest honour in WA architecture, the George
Temple Poole Award, for its outstanding work on
Fiona Stanley Hospital.
The award’s jury noted that The Fiona
Stanley Hospital was an ambitious State project,
a landmark in all senses, which achieves a high
standard of design, integrating architecture and
SILVER THOMAS HANLEY
Silver Thomas Hanley is one of Australia’s leading architectural practices, specialising in all
aspects of health planning and health facility design, with an expanding focus on aged-care,
retirement and assisted-living environments.
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