Brown Consulting, Daryl Jackson, Alastair Swayne Architects
The $18 million car park includes external butterfly ramps on the eastern and western ends of the structure as well as lifts.
Boom gates with freestanding shelters at the entrance and exit will not be installed when the car park is initially opened, but are included in the design
This design includes power and communications conduits from the switch-room to ticket payment machines at the pedestrian entry and exit.
There is also allowance for phone line connection to facilitate payment for parking with eftpos and credit cards.
On level one disabled parking will occupy 20 spaces in addition to 96 standard spaces and eight for electric cars, while level two will have 141 standard spaces and four for small cars.
Levels three (135 spaces) and four (141 spaces) will be primarily for hospital staff.
Level five will be exclusively for staff, accessible via a roller door.
WT Partnership was a sub-consultant to Brown Consulting and produced the cost estimates at 30% and 60% design completion.