University of Sydney

In conjunction with Access Australia, MFA has been involved in developing access strategies and programs relating heritage environments with accessibility best practice.

The Quadrangle and Great Hall were designed by Edmund Blacket.

 

150 George St Parramatta

MFA initiated this commercial office development, including site consolidation and planning approvals.

MFA provided design, documentation and contract administration architectural services for this 21 storey commercial office building with ground level retail areas and adjacent carpark.

 

Urban, regional and environmental planning

Parramatta River Regional Environmental Study and Open Space and Recreation Heritage Study – Fox & Associates / DEP 1986

Proposed new marine and rain forest research centres in North Queensland in conjunction with James Cook University – 1990s

Access planning and design studies in relation to the Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games – with Access Australia

 

Heritage planning and conservation

Heritage studies for Marrickville, Strathfield, Burwood and Penrith Councils – Fox & Associates / DEP 1980s

Spires Superintendent & Project Co-ordination, St Mary’s Cathedral conservation, Sydney – 1994 to 2002

Conservation plans & heritage works, St Peter Chanel and Villa Maria Churches, Hunters Hill – 2001 to 2004

 

Accessible and equitable buildings and facilities

Access planning and design projects including accessible schools, public buildings and public domains – 1985 to date

Access policies, studies, assessments and research in conjunction with Access Australia – 1985 to date

Access workshops, seminars and conferences in Australia and internationally – 1985 to date
Residential, schools and commercial projects

Medium density residential and resort projects in NSW and Queensland – 1980s to date

NSW government and systemic primary and secondary schools – 1980s and 1990s

Commercial and industrial office buildings in Sydney and Parramatta – 1980s to date