The visually striking South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) has been built as part of a new $3 billion-plus health and biomedical precinct on Adelaide’s North Terrace will house a team of more than 600 leading researchers working together in the search for better treatments and cures for some of the world’s most challenging diseases. Over the next five years, it will be joined by the new Royal Adelaide Hospital, a proposed second SAHMRI research building and two multi-storey medical research and training facilities to create the largest health and biomedical research precinct in the Southern Hemisphere.
Chess Moving Adelaide completed the high profiled move with exact timing and precision. Contracted by SAHMRI to relocate their Administration and Management team (75 staff) from 121 King William Street, Adelaide along with 30 staff for Aboriginal Health. We were also contracted to relocate 5 laboratory or research centres from various sites around Adelaide including the Cancer Theme Lab from SA Pathology (RAH); LDRU Lab from Women’s & Children’s Hospital; Heart Health Lab for RAH; Adelaide Clinical Research Team from Flinders University.
The relocation required careful planning with a great deal of care and attention to detail to ensure the continuance of important medical services.
Some Pictures of the new facility below.