Master Builder of the Year | National 2016, 2019 | Victoria 2016, 2017, 2019
PROJECTS | Queensland

Cannon Hill Anglican College, Sports Hall, Administration & Wellness Centre






Cannon Hill Anglican College


Baxter McIntosh Consulting
Reddog Architects
Blueline Architecture
MRC Consulting Engineers
JHA Consulting Engineers
Napier and Blakeley

Kane Constructions has been engaged under a Design and Construct contract to undertake a significant project for Cannon Hill Anglican College.

The project involves the construction of a new Administration and Wellness Centre and a Sports Hall. Our team’s involvement follows a successful ECI phase, and the project is set to take place within the operational school campus.

The new three-storey Administration and Wellness Centre has been designed to modernise the campus and strengthen the student community. The project scope includes:

  • Administration services
  • Student Wellbeing Centre
  • Meeting rooms and offices
  • Amenities
  • Locker rooms and a bike store

Architectural enhancements, such as Autex acoustic wall panelling and Corian benchtops, contribute to the modernisation. The external design features a distinctive curved façade with face brick, curved windows, archways, louvres, lightweight FC, and a glazing system with perforated aluminium screens. The exterior also exhibits stylish metal cladding, a triple-height glazing wall on the south side showcasing internal voids, and face brick façade details harmonizing with the surrounding school buildings.

The Sports Hall interfaces with the existing auditorium at the school and features over 2,000m2 of sports flooring, two FIBA standard courts, timber seating, and tiered audience seating. Landscaped areas surrounding the facility aim to serve as a sanctuary, encouraging communication and collaboration among faculties and pastoral care teams.

This project represents a substantial initiative to elevate the educational and recreational facilities at Cannon Hill Anglican College, demanding meticulous planning while maintaining aesthetic cohesion with surrounding school buildings.