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Tweed GP superclinic in running for architect award

Tweed Heads GP Superclinic is in the running for a Gold Coast/Northern Rivers Regional Architecture Award.
Tweed Heads GP Superclinic is in the running for a Gold Coast/Northern Rivers Regional Architecture Award. Contributed

TWEED'S GP superclinic is in the running for an architecture award.

The clinic, known as Tweed Health for Everyone, has been nominated in the Institute of Architects Gold Coast/Northern Rivers Regional Architecture Awards.

As the only nominee south of the border, the clinic is up against heavyweights such as the new Gold Coast University Hospital, the Robina Health Precinct and the Robina Abedian School of Architecture in the public architecture category.

It was designed by Fulton Trotter Architects.

Queensland awards jury director Liam Proberts will present the Regional Commendations to Gold Coast/Northern Rivers winners at a special ceremony at the Dreamworld Cinemas and the Big Brother House, starting Friday at 6pm.

The building was funded by the Federal Government, but the clinic is run by a private firm.

Check out the superclinic at 33-35 Corporation Circuit, Tweed Heads South.

Topics:  architecture tweed health for everyone



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