Calvary Adelaide Hospital project has been nominated for KNX Award 2020
Australian lighting integrator, mySmart, is a fourth time finalist in the KNX Awards, recognised for its work at Calvary Adelaide Hospital. One of five finalists in the Africa, Americas and Australia category at the KNX Awards 2020, the project is the largest KNX project of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere.
The new Calvary Adelaide Hospital in Adelaide’s CBD is Calvary’s biggest investment in Australia and 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.
Calvary Adelaide Hospital’s world-class requirements required a world-class building control solution. As an open protocol system, a KNX solution is future-proof; allowing further integration of building services and technology as required with little disruption. mySmart’s KNX solution (consisting of over 3000 parts) integrates the control of lighting, emergency lighting and metering, creating further opportunities for automation and energy savings of up to 60 percent.
“The Calvary Hospital Adelaide is a great technical solution for a truly modern facility. We are very proud to see the excellent work of our team and the technology provided recognised as world class by this nomination,” says Peter Garrett, mySmart Managing Director.
In 2012, mySmart won the award for Torquay’s Surf Coast Civic Council Building and were finalists in 2014 (ANZ Tower Sydney) and 2018 (Ravenhall Corrective Centre – the largest KNX project in the Southern Hemisphere). The winners will be announced at a ceremony in Frankfurt, Germany on March 10th, 2020.
To read more about the project, visit the project page.