Arts, Culture, Leisure & Tourism

Slattery understands the value and benefit of great cultural and civic spaces to communities, to defining identity and place-making alongside stimulating and sustainable environments to learn, live and work in.

At Slattery we believe in making the world a better place through the built environment. Our team enjoy being involved in civic, cultural and educational infrastructure projects as they provide a real opportunity to contribute to local culture and the economy.


Collingwood Arts Precinct Melbourne

Already home to Circus Oz, the former Collingwood Technical School and TAFE is being revitalised to become a working arts precinct and cultural hub in a self-sustaining social enterprise. Funded by the State Government and many philanthropic partners, the site will be transformed to host multiple artists, organisations and events. ... more


Melbourne Arts Precinct Transformation

Slattery has been appointed by Development Victoria to provide Quantity Surveying services to progress the Melbourne Arts Precinct Transformation project. This game-changing programme of works will see the delivery of a new icon for Melbourne – National Gallery of Victoria Contemporary, a new performing arts facility at 1 City Road ... more


Powerhouse Precinct, Parramatta

Slattery was engaged with the NSW government to provide cost management services for a new Powerhouse Precinct at Parramatta that will feature the largest museum in NSW. As well as the museum, the project will incorporate public spaces and a pedestrian bridge. The renewal and transformation will set an international ... more


ACMI Renewal, Melbourne

Slattery was engaged to cost-manage the major renewal of the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI), at Federation Square. This project reorientates ACMI’s entry points, pathways through the museum including reconfiguration and redesign of the major permanent exhibition spaces, industry research labs, education centre and associated digital and media ... more


Penguin Parade Visitor Centre

The building had a total area of approximately 5,000m2 comprising of a Café, Restaurant, Theatre room, x2 retail areas, interaction area, education rooms and staff rooms. The external works included bus parking and visitor car parking using concrete paving connecting, timber decking and bluestone seating. There is an approximately 8 ... more