DKJ – Working for the benefit of our community.
In our practice we work on and design a range of projects which are of direct benefit to the communities we serve.
Several current projects demonstrate how our work can help people and have a positive impact on their lives.
Leading-edge Medical projects.
We have several specialist radiopharmaceutical projects progressing through the office
- The Royal Darwin Hospital cyclotron project is in the final stages of commissioning.
- The Cyclowest facility in Perth has started construction.
Backing up these two projects, are the concept designs for 2 overseas cyclotron / radio pharmaceutical facilities.
While our team, including all the engineering, radiation consultants, equipment suppliers and GMP specialist, enjoy the professional challenges and complexity of these projects, we are thankful for being given the opportunity to design and deliver projects that assist in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer.
Other specialist health projects include a Mental Health Facility with in and outpatient facilities, and a new CSSD ( Central Sterile Services Department ), designed to meet the new Australian standards.
Remote Community Housing.
DKJ are currently working with an Indigenous organisation to design and deliver over 30 remote community houses throughout the Territory, with another 50 residences in the pipeline. These projects are special as they improve the quality of and provide more much needed housing in the communities.
Additionally, these projects create community employment and provide real on the job training for young community members during construction and ongoing maintenance.
Women’s Crisis Centres.
We are currently designing a range of crisis centres for transitional , temporary and longer term accommodation. The facilities cater for family units, singles and the LGBTQI community. These facilities provide a welcoming, safe, and secure home environment for people and families in crisis.
Accessible and Liveable Housing.
We have been engaged to repurpose several existing facilities and design a range of new facilities to meet the new NCC2022 / Livable Housing Design Guidelines.
Current projects are in the Territory and South Australia.
These projects will improve the quality of the living environment for community members with disabilities.