Senior Health Architect and Co-Owner/Director of Silver Thomas Hanley, Basil offers extensive knowledge and leadership to the design team. Having specialised in health architecture since 1998; Basil offers significant experience across a full range of health projects.
Bachelor of Architecture
Registered Architect WA
Member of the Australian Institute of Architects
"There are very few companies that really understand health and hospitals and health care the way we do. More importantly, health is always changing. So it's important that we keep learning and adapting and making sure that the facilities that we help our clients deliver can help deliver the health care into the future."
Responsible for leading Silver Thomas Hanley project design teams, Basil has a direct responsibility to our clients for all aspects of their project. Most notable, is Basils’ genuine interest formulating creative, client focused solutions for complex problems. It is this interest in combination with delivering outstanding outcomes that has seen him develop long term client relationships.
Basil has a substantial amount of experience in large-scale health projects, this is inclusive but not limited to; 6 new greenfield hospitals and several major brownfield redevelopments such as Harvey Hospital($15m), Warren Health Service ($42m), Joondalup Health Campus ($400m), Newman Hospital ($33m), QEII Central Energy Plant ($200m), St John of God Murdoch Redevelopment ($200m), Hollywood Hospital Medical Centre ($50m). Additionally, Basil was involved in the recent Business Case and PDP for the Geraldton Health Campus (GHC).
Basil has exceptional interpersonal and communication skills; these have been essential to delivering successful projects and especially to his work on major projects for both BMW and WACHS. Having a significant knowledge of the Australasian Health Facility Guidelines and being a panel consultant for the WA DoH Licensing Accreditation and Review Unit; Basil is well regarded as an industry expert and advocate for innovation in health architecture.