The ANZAC Hall is the main assembly, presentation and performing arts centre for Prince Alfred College. The Hall was originally opened by Lieutenant General Sir Edric Montague Bastyan (the State Governor) in September 1963. The recent upgrade provides the school with a state-of-the-art auditorium for assemblies, musical and theatrical performances, lectures, meetings and other functions.
Chappell Builders are the managing contractor for the project, overseeing new structure for the stage expansion, baffling to improve sound projection, new sprung stage floor, new theatre style seating, upgraded lighting, sound and AV Services.
Dewick & Associates have provided a comprehensive Builder’s Manual for the project which includes technical data, literature and schedules of the products / systems installed, certification, warranties and drawings.
Contractor: Chappell Builders