Project Description

Calvary Adelaide Hospital

120 Angas St, Adelaide SA

Project Description

The new Calvary Adelaide Hospital is the largest private hospital in South Australia.

Offering the only 24/7 Private Emergency Department in South Australia, the hospital is equipped with the latest equipment, modern facilities and capabilities to adapt to future advances in technology, ensuring patients will receive the highest level of service and care.

A world class project, Calvary Adelaide Hospital required a world class building control solution. As an open protocol system, a KNX solution is futureproof; allowing further integration of building services if required with little disruption.

The largest KNX Health Care project in the Southern Hemisphere, mySmart’s solution consists of over 3000 parts. Integrating control of the hospital’s lighting, emergency lighting and metering, the use of KNX offers further opportunities for automation and energy savings of up to 60%.

At the heart of the system is its ease of use and comfort for hospital staff and patients. Touch panels place the control of building functionality into the hands of key personnel, whilst PC visualisation gives facility managers visibility of energy usage which can inform energy saving decisions.

Remotely programmed in our Victorian office, our solution in Calvary Adelaide Hospital epitomises the possibilities technology today present, removing the geographical challenges of creating smart buildings.

mySmart is a finalist in the 2020 KNX Award for Best International Project – Africa, America and Australia for our work on Calvary Adelaide Hospital. mySmart is proud to be involved in this project, delivering another grand scale KNX project.

Project Details

  • Type of Building: Hospital

  • Operator: Calvary Health

  • Investor: General & Commercial

  • Architect: Silver Thomas Hanley

  • Builder: John Holland

  • Electrical Engineers: Downer Engineering

  • Location: Adelaide, Australia

  • Awards: International KNX Award 2020 Finalist – Africa, Americas, Australia