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New Build Technology Fit-Out

Technology Implementation From the Ground Up

New Build Technology Fit-Out

Intech3 has recently completed the technology fit-out of Australian Aged Care Group’s (AACG) flagship development in Mt Eliza. Located at 235 Canadian Bay Road, Mt Eliza Gardens Aged Care gives the local community a premium, hotel-style aged care residence offering high quality, state-of-the-art accommodation.

The Matthies family business is a well-established leader in the aged care service industry and is recognised for the provision of excellent care over the past 50 years. Intech3 is proud to have collaborated on this project, from its initial design phase with Architects and Engineers, through to the design and implementation of Ethernet and Wireless Networking and provision of Front-end technology. Intech3 has worked closely with like-minded vendors throughout the entire project lifecycle to ensure the underlying networking infrastructure catered for the needs of the corporate IT environment, Telephony, Nurse call, CCTV, BMS, Access Control. In the process future proofing the significant investment AACG has made in this development.

Project Superintendent, Rod McLeod stated, “working with Intech3 has been an absolute pleasure. Nothing is too difficult for them, and they ensure from the onset their solution design caters for all technology vendors, making their implementations seamless. For many, IT is a mystery but the team at Intech3 talk in plain English and produce an incredibly professional outcome, on time and on budget.”

In delivering this project, Intech3 has built upon its reputation within the Aged Care industry, with Founder and Managing Director, Todd Afford, having participated in the technology aspects of aged care facility design and fit outs for over 20 years. Todd said, “to see an aged care facility evolve from the initial concept stage to its build / development, and finally become the home for senior Australian’s gives me incredible professional satisfaction. The Matthies family set out to create a place where senior Australian’s feel most comfortable – in their own community – where family and friends can visit easily and feel welcome. They have certainly achieved this.”