Infrastructure

Our services to Infrastructure  include:
  • Opportunity identification and valuation;
  • Human traffic flow design and management;
  • Retail/concession planning;
  • Quantity of space determination;
  • Space optimisation;
  • Retail layout and program design;

 

  • Tenancy planning;
  • Tender process management and design;
  • Tender document preparation;
  • Tender evaluation and recommendation;
  • Performance improvement;
  • Concession contract structuring, design and negotiation;
Our experience in advising Infrastructure include:

The Mercurius Group team members have worked on such projects for a wide range of infrastructure assets including Skycity Casino in Auckland, Taronga Zoo in Sydney, a major teaching hospital in Sydney and a toll road in the USA.

 

NSW Health Infrastructure – Nepean Hospital – Retail Master Planning (2018)

NSW Infrastructure (which oversees the planning, design, procurement and construction of health capital works in NSW) engaged The Mercurius Group to develop a retail plan as part of the Stage 1 $550m tower development at Nepean Hospital. The project included review existing performance, determining the amount of profitably sustainable retail space and a plan for optimising flow and dwell through the facility to achieve better commercial outcomes.

 

NSW Health Infrastructure – Nepean Hospital – Consultation Room Utilisation Study (2018)

NSW Infrastructure (which oversees the planning, design, procurement and construction of health capital works in NSW) engaged The Mercurius Group to conduct a study on the pattern and extent of consultation room utilisation across 8 different hospital departments.  The results of the Study were used as inputs into planning the provision of consultation rooms in the expansion of the hospital.

 

The Mercurius Group Engaged By NSW Health Infrastructure to Conduct Observation Study And Retail Planning Analysis at Blacktown Hospital (2017)

August, 2017.  NSW Health Infrastructure has engaged The Mercurius Group to conduct an Observation Study and retail planning analysis at Blacktown Hospital.  The Observation Study was conducted to inform the Retail Planning Analysis by estimating the total number of patients, staff, students and visitors entering the hospital each day and by understand the pattern of their movements around the hospital campus. These two data points were then used in a Retail Planning Analysis which determined how much retail and commercial floor space could be sustainable at Blacktown Hospital after the completion of Stage 2 of its development in 2018/19.

 

The Mercurius Group Engaged by NSW Health Infrastructure to Conduct Hospital Observation Study (2017)

January, 2017. NSW Health Infrastructure has engaged The Mercurius Group to conduct an Observation Study at a major NSW hospital. The Observation Study had two prime purposes: to estimate the total number of patients, staff, students and visitors entering the hospital each day; and to understand the pattern of their movements around the hospital campus. These two data points were then used in a retail planning process to help determine how much retail floor space was sustainable and where that retail floor space should be provided to optimise commercial outcomes. The Observation Study included a team of 10 observers capturing data for a 1 week period.

 

The Mercurius Group Engaged by NSW Health Infrastructure to Conduct Retail Planing Study For Major NSW Hospital (2017)

February, 2017.  NSW Health Infrastructure has engaged The Mercurius Group to conduct retail planning for a major NSW hospital.  The retail planning process took into account the retail needs of patients, staff, students and visitors.  The project made recommendations on the amount of sustainable floor space, the appropriate mix of food & beverage, specialty retail and services, the optimal location for the retail precinct with respect to the flow and dwell patterns within the hospital and estimated the financial returns after accounting for potential capital costs.

 

NSW Health Infrastructure – Westmead Hospital Retail Master Plan (2017)

NSW Infrastructure (which oversees the planning, design, procurement and construction of health capital works in NSW) engaged The Mercurius Group to provide a retail master plan for the Westmead Health precinct that employs around 50,000 staff across the private, public and children’s hospitals, university campuses and research institutes. Our retail master plan made provision for a 6,000sqm retail precinct to be delivered progressively with the precinct’s development.

 

NSW Health Infrastructure – Blacktown Hospital – Retail Master Planning (2017)

NSW Infrastructure (which oversees the planning, design, procurement and construction of health capital works in NSW) engaged The Mercurius Group to develop a retail plan for the addition of an Acute Services Building to the existing Blacktown Hospital. The project included review existing performance, determining the amount of profitably sustainable retail space and a plan for optimising flow and dwell through the facility to achieve better commercial outcomes.

 

CPB/John Holland JV – Sydney Central Station Metro works (2017)

The Mercurius Group was engaged by the CPB/John Holland Joint Venture to develop a retail/F&B and advertising master plan in support of the JV’s bid for the Central Station Metro works including building new platforms and a new east-west pedestrian thoroughfare.