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Multiplex Constructions

Winner 2021 Bankwest Best Project

Multiplex provided initial construction services advice on the NEXTDC P2 Data Centre and the main construction works of Stage 1. This comprised the building basement and car parking, office facilities, northern data halls (six levels), and associated electrical infrastructure to serve the data halls once fitted out. Critical infrastructure was designed and constructed in accordance with stringent redundancy and separation considerations and was completed on 2 July 2020.

NEXTDC P2
Facade Management Australia

Winner Subcontractor of the Year

Builder: BADGE Constructions

Façade Management Australia was awarded the façade, aluminium door, window and louvre package within the UWA School of Indigenous Studies. The scope of works also involved a complex design of an exterior structural steel framework, that accommodates various sized and coloured terracotta baguettes, a walkway and access system. Further works included the installation of a specialised structural glazed / toggled plant on a glazing system, that complements the surrounding environment.

UWA School of Indigenous Studies
Crothers Construction

Winner 2021 Best Regional Project

Kimberley-Pilbara

Works for the Broome Senior High School redevelopment project were completed within an operational school site.  The works incorporated the construction of a new two storey state of the art general library and technology block.  It included additions to the existing food and technology building, refurbishment works to form new chemistry labs and extensive landscaping, car parking, external works and services upgrades to cater for the additional facilities.

Broome Senior High School New Facilities
DORIC Contractors

Winner Best Civil Engineering Works

Over $100 million

The HMAS Stirling Redevelopment Stage 3A located on Garden Island includes the upgrading and refurbishment of existing infrastructure on to meet the operational and support capabilities of the Australian Department of Defence. The infrastructure works includes buildings (new construction, extensions and refurbishment), services (power, water, wastewater, communications, security and mechanical) and civil works (road reconstruction, repairs and resurfacing).

HMAS Stirling Redevelopment Stage 3A - Delivery Phase
McCorkell Constructions WA

Winner Construction on a Challenging Site

The Warders Hotel and Emily Taylor Restaurant site presented numerous physical, logistical and planning obstacles. Some challenges encountered on the site included access constraints, maintaining a safe and clean site, deliveries, waste management, scaffolding and limited space onsite for site amenities. To overcome the limited space onsite, several of the ground floor cottages were fitted out as a temporary site office and lunchrooms, which were progressively relocated and rotated as works to the cottages were undertaken.

Warders Hotel
Meyer Shircore Architects

Winner Peter Hunt Memorial Architects Award

Entrants in the Master Builders-Bankwest Excellence in Construction Awards nominated the three best architectural firms they dealt with over a period of 12 months. Nominations are based on:

  • Professional standards
  • Quality of documentation
  • Dealing with issues daily and expeditiously
  • Communication skills
  • General administration off contracts
Built Ink

Winner Best Refurbishment or Renovation

Under $1.5 million

Designed and constructed by Built Ink, this project required the transformation of a 1970s showroom into a funky and immersive space to educate international and domestic students. The building required a new commercial kitchen, classrooms, boardroom, offices, and breakout room. This new campus for Sero Institute was completed ahead of schedule and handed over in February 2021.

Sero Institute
Encon Construction

Winner Best Refurbishment or Renovation

$1.5 - $5 million

This project involved the extension of an existing floor plate, an upgrade of the existing façade, internal refurbishment and construction of a new lobby and End of Trip facility to this run down neglected 50 year old office building.  In particular the upgrades to level three, were in desperate need. The completed refurbishment and construction works have rejuvenated the building, and ensured that it is now a desired space to operate from for local businesses.

Ord Street Refurbishment
BADGE Constructions

Winner Best Refurbishment or Renovation

$5 - $10 million

The Newman College Student Hub project features a stunning educational facility that reinvented an internal courtyard between two existing buildings with a vast interconnected three storey central atrium, incorporating an integrated roof, concrete stairs and walkway bridge. This highly intricate project involved internal strip out and demolition of the existing structure and a refurbishment. The installation includes classrooms, breakout areas, offices and education support areas.

Newman College Student Hub
Built Pty Ltd

Winner Best Refurbishment or Renovation

$10 - $20 million

Central Park has embarked on its largest transformation since building completion in 1992, providing a complete overhaul to the main lobby entrance dedicated business lounges, meeting spaces and a new café.  Other works include a significant makeover to the external glazed façade, new revolving doors, customised stone benches and planter boxes, and a complete fitout to the Centre Management office.

Central Park Lobby Refurbishment
Diverse Project Group

Winner Best Building Fit-Out

Under $1.5 million

This café and bar project was completed as part of the redevelopment of Perth’s Terminal 4 Departures area. Spanning two adjacent tenancies covering some 480m2, the project was completed in December 2020 and was delivered on time despite significant access challenges. Airport work is typically challenging, and in this case it was magnified with the added complexity of COVID-19 restrictions.

Pronto Cafe & Common Bar - Perth Airport
BGC Construction

Winner Best Building Fit-Out

$1.5 - $5 million

This state-of-the-art Showroom is a selection studio focusing on human connection and a bespoke tailored experience for clients. The space encourages ad-hoc collaboration and, in contrast, has spaces for contemplation and privacy. With the incorporation of biophilic design principles, it is an immersive space with organic transitions, which creates a visual journey through the use of materiality.

BGC Home Showroom
Renascent (WA)

Winner Best Building Fit-Out

$5 - $10 million

Works on this full office fitout involves the supply and install of complex electrical, mechanical, and audiovisual services, imported stonework, bespoke joinery, designer furnishings, fittings and fixtures and floor-to-ceiling glazing works. Due to the ever-changing needs and the progressiveness of TechnipFMC’s global business, the client added several additions to the original project scope along the project lifespan.

TechnipFMC Perth Head Offce Fit Out
ADCO Constructions

Winner Best Building Fit-Out

$10 - $20 million

This central Fremantle project offers 14,510sqm of contemporary office accommodation in the heart of Kings Square precinct. The scope of works required on this prestigious project included a fitout of all tenant areas in the North campus. ADCO carried out the high-quality fit-out of all four floors simultaneously to suit the fast-tracked programme to client and user satisfaction, on time and to budget.

Kings Square Fremantle
Multiplex Constructions

Winner Best Building Fit-Out

$50 - $100 million

Multiplex successfully completed the base build works, which includes completion of the cold shell for the galleries in the museum. Multiplex took a conceptual level of design and worked collaboratively with all stakeholders to understand the intent for the fitout works. Multiplex reverse-briefed many of the areas to provide solutions as to how the content fitout works could be designed, delivered and installed within the client’s budget and timeline.

Content Fitout Works, New Museum for WA
Dale Alcock Projects

Winner Best Multi Unit Development

$5 - $10 million

The One Iluka Apartment project consists of 23 luxury apartments constructed over three levels. Curved aspects and architectural elements within the façade required precise coordination with the project team and the carefully selected trades. The project team and finishing trades were particularly focused on delivering luxury finishes throughout. The site was challenged by restricted access via the adjoining commercial carpark.

One Iluka Beach
M/Construction

Winner Best Multi Unit Development

$10 - $20 million

This nine storey serviced apartment building comprises 112 key rooms including studios and one and two bedroom units. One of the greatest achievements of this build was completing one floor every two weeks which is an extremely fast rate compared to average build schedules. This was achieved by the installation of pre-cast concrete walls and a hollow core flooring structure, together with the integration of construction methodologies and customised design features.

Quest Perth Ascot
PACT Construction

Winner Best Multi Unit Development

$20 - $50 million

Arthouse Apartments, now the tallest building in Joondalup boasts a 16 storey development comprising of 162 apartments, commercial tenancies, resident amenities and car parking. The textured and geometric façade takes its cues from the surrounding landscape, creatively capturing both modern architecture and subtle hints of nature. Health and recreation are the foundation element, with in house amenities including a 15m lap pool, spa, sauna, yoga retreat, gym and outdoor cinema.

Arthouse Apartments
Castle Projects

Winner Project Manager of the Year

Jonathan had a great relationship with all staff members, supporting each member throughout the duration of projects. All projects were incident free due to excellent management of the safety measures onsite by Jonathan and the Site Manager. Weekly safety audits were completed with Subcontractors constantly managed to ensure they were wearing the correct safety gear and ensuring safety measures.

Jonathan Kyle
Medifit Design & Construct

Winner Best Health Care Building

Under $1.5 million

This project presented significant challenges for the Medifit team, as the clients had already purchased the tenancy with the intention of establishing a day hospital. Initial designs were assessed by the Licensing and Accreditation Regulatory Unit, the body responsible for the licensing and monitoring of private hospitals in Western Australia, and during this process several key challenges were identified and overcome, including air conditioning and the requirement for ambulance access.

Skin Rejuvenate Day Hospital
Balance Commercial Fit Out

Winner Best Health Care Building

$1.5 - $5 million

This new GenesisCare state-of-the-art radiation oncology facility will offer the latest technology and treatment techniques within Hollywood Hospital’s purpose-built consulting centre. The opening this year of the $48m Hollywood Hospital Consulting Centre brings together a suite of cancer services under one roof, complementing the existing cancer services available at the hospital. GenesisCare has been providing high-quality radiation oncology services to West Australians.

Genesiscare Radiation Oncology Facility Hollywood Hospital Consulting Centre
ADCO Constructions

Winner Best Health Care Building

$10 - $20 million

The Osborne Park Hospital Rehabilitation and Neonatal Nursery project includes a new level 2A neonatal nursery, a maternity assessment unit and a 16 bed rehabilitation unit. The rehabilitation unit comprises six existing stroke beds and ten additional new beds specialising in caring for patients aged over 65 years requiring rehabilitation. Additionally, the rehabilitation services incorporate a new central therapy hub, new therapy garden and associated refurbishment works.

Osborne Park Hospital Rehabilitation and Neonatal Nursery
PACT Construction

Winner Site Manager of the Year

Doug displayed strong program management skills, evidenced in the Arthouse Apartments project, completed three weeks ahead. Completed during COVID19, PACT Construction saw Doug be agile, and progressive in his approach to enforce safe measures. Doug communicated and set expectations when engaging with the client throughout the procurement and delivery stages. Doug engaged regularly with the workforce through toolbox talks to enable the ability to raise issues and provide feedback that was taken on board and actioned.

Douglas Browne
McCorkell Constructions WA

Winner Best Retail Building

$1.5 - $5 million

The six double storey Warders Cottages were transformed into 11 boutique hotel rooms, with a reception and small format Aperitivo Bar. During construction, enclosing the internal stairwell and creating a doorway to the rear of each of the upper cottages divided the upper and lower levels of each cottage. Hotel guests access the upper hotel rooms by way of the steel and timber walkway which features custom galvanised wire and glass balustrades.

Warders Hotel
ADCO Constructions

Winner Best Retail Building

$10 - $20 million

ADCO has delivered Australia’s largest Bunnings Warehouse Store for public and trade consumers on the old Midland Sale Yard grounds. The building structure was formed using concrete tilt panels, structural steel frame, Colorbond corrugated roof sheeting with a concrete slab and external concrete aprons. The remainder of the site surrounding the warehouse was an additional 10,000sqm of external concrete and 14,000sqm of asphalt, predominantly for parking and some storage use.

Bunnings Midland
DORIC Contractors

Winner Best Retail Building

$20 - $50 million

The Ellenbrook Central Shopping Centre – Stage 3 Redevelopment incorporates a new Kmart, three mini-major tenancies, 17 specialty tenancies, restaurants, kiosks, new mall areas, roof deck car park, landscaping, and public art. The structural design incorporates concrete and structural steel elements, which provide an effective and efficient structural framework.

Ellenbrook Central Shopping Centre - Stage 3 Redevelopment
Marawar

Winner Construction Manager of the Year

Anthony Tilbury’s staff management style is a ground-up approach, as he recruits and mentors Marawar’s Indigenous Apprentices, all the way to overseeing Marawar’s Major Works projects. In the past 12 months, Anthony has supervised 23 projects with 21 employees. He is accountable for project delivery, including quality, timeline, and money. Anthony’s project managers and site supervisors handle this.

Anthony Tilbury
Mapel Building

Winner Best Industrial Building

Under $1.5 million

Superb design with quality finishes this Mapel Building HQ showcases a modernistic facility to connect with clients and collaborate with staff. The open plan composition showcases the company’s exceptional architectural design and construction skills, with exquisite street appeal. This alluring building houses the foundation of the company’s’ operations, including warehouse facilities, selection studio, meeting rooms, boardroom, kitchen facilities and staff offices.

Mapel Building HQ
Bistel Construction

Winner Best Industrial Building

$1.5 - $5 million

The project comprises the design and construction of several sheds to accommodate the various types of waste collected and disposed of from within the jurisdiction of the City of Swan. The site was a virgin ground site requiring the strip out of existing vegetation, intensive civil asphalt and stormwater collection soak-welled and piped to the city’s street stormwater network. Adequate street and building number signage was installed to identify the different sheds.

Malaga Waste Transfer Station
Q Design and Construct

Winner Best Industrial Building

$5 - $10 million

For this project Q Design and Construct designed and constructed a 3,500 m2 workshop facility for Flender, a leading global supplier of mechanical drives, allowing the company to combine sales, project delivery, engineering, and training in one location. The facility is one of only a few in the world capable of servicing all makes and types of gearboxes and drive train components. The facility is also designed to cater to projected growth in ‘geared’ wind turbines.

Flender Workshop Bayswater
Q Design and Construct

Winner Best Industrial Building

$10 - $20 million

The Silk Logistics Project was a contract undertaken by Q Design and Construct to design and construct a 13m high, 21,000m2 high bay racking and dangerous goods logistics warehouse, including an additional 20,000m2 of external concrete hardstand pavement. The new fully secure logistics operations cover an area in excess of 40,000m2. The facility caters to the storage of dangerous goods, high bay racking, and external storage area with direct freight rail access to a neighbouring intermodal terminal.

Silk Logistics Facility Kenwick
FDC Construction & Fitout (WA)

Winner Best Industrial Building

$20 - $50 million

FDC partnered with the world’s largest logistics company, DHL, to deliver their Storage and Distribution Facility, amalgamating three separate DHL operations under the one roof. The project scope included site establishment, civil works to prepare the site for construction of the facility and surrounding buildings, installation of the associated external area such as the carpark and concrete, and finally the testing and commissioning of all new equipment.

DHL Warehouse - Hazelmere
Multiplex Construction

Winner Best Industrial Building

$50 - $100 million

Multiplex was contracted to deliver the first stage of the NEXTDC P2 Data Centre in East Perth. The project was split into forward works and three stages, with Multiplex initially contracted for the forward works. The construction of stage one of the data centre comprises the building basement and car parking, office facilities, northern data halls (six levels) and two levels of associated electrical infrastructure to serve the data halls.

NEXTDC P2
Land Surveys

Winner Women in Building Australia

Consultants-Professionals Award
Prudence McLoughlin
Affordable Living Homes

Winner Women in Building Australia

Office-Based Award
Alicia Gangemi
Vasile Build

Winner Women in Building Australia

Onsite-Award
Astrid Vasile
Medifit Design & Construct

Winner Best Historic Restoration or Renovation

Under $1.5 million

Perth Dental Rooms is a dental practice located in Perth’s iconic Raine Square. As a heritage site, the project faced significant challenges and required a sensitive design and construction solution that respected and enhanced the historic aspects of the site. Successfully delivered on time and on budget, the works have successfully preserved the heritage overlay whilst accommodating a state-of-the-art dental practice.

Perth Dental Rooms
McCorkell Constructions WA

Winner Best Historic Restoration or Renovation

$1.5 - $5 million

The six double storey Warders Cottages were transformed into 11 boutique hotel rooms, with a reception and small format Aperitivo Bar. During construction, enclosing the internal stairwell, and creating a doorway to the rear of each of the upper cottages divided the upper and lower levels of each cottage. Hotel guests access the upper hotel rooms by way of the steel and timber walkway which features custom galvanised wire and glass balustrades.

Warders Hotel
Buckingham Re-development Company

Winner Best Historic Restoration or Renovation

$10 - $20 million

This project called for the renovation and redevelopment of a 120 year old historic landmark building, in which some areas had been vacant for decades. The base contract works involved ground floor extensions to existing shops, basement Western Power Substation, new arcade, landscaping to rear promenade, carpark upgrades, asbestos removal and demolition works. Further works included upgrading the façade, awnings and shop fronts and entryways to shops.

Manning Buildings Fremantle
FDC Construction & Fitout (WA)

Winner Best Education Building

Under $1.5 million

This redevelopment project consists of converting two existing classrooms into a fully functioning aged care facility, utilised in the training of students wishing to enter the aged care sector. Structural roof works were completed initially before commencing the fitout works. The facility successfully combined the functionality of the aged care requirements with the observation and teaching hubs. Additionally, four classroom and various fitouts complete the S Block redevelopment.

McLarty Tafe S Block Redevelopment
McCorkell Constructions WA

Winner Best Education Building

$1.5 - $5 million

The project involves alterations and an extension to the existing Performing Arts Centre building. The modifications include re-defining the existing rooms, new finishes and services throughout and some structural upgrades. The extension provides a new theatre featuring retractable tiered seating, sprung timber flooring and state-of-the-art theatre equipment, including lighting and sound. The new theatre also features unique timber cassette walls to enhance the acoustic and visual properties of the space.

Belridge College Performing Arts Centre
BADGE Constructions

Winner Best Education Building

$5 - $10 million

The Newman College Student Hub project features a stunning educational facility that reinvented an internal courtyard between two existing buildings with a vast interconnected three storey central atrium, incorporating an integrated roof, concrete stairs and walkway bridge. This highly intricate project involved internal strip out and demolition of the existing structure and a refurbishment. The installation includes classrooms, breakout areas, offices and education support areas.

Newman College Student Hub
BADGE Constructions

Winner Best Education Building

$10 - $20 million

The School of Indigenous Studies at the University of Western Australia is the realisation of a ten-year concept to support the vision of creating the next generation of global leaders. The four storey building sweeps around unique trees important to the indigenous story of the site. The design boasts high quality finishes throughout, housing faculty members on the upper two levels with general teaching areas and lecture theatres on the lower levels.

UWA School of Indigenous Studies
PS Structures

Winner Best Education Building

$20 - $50 million

The project involves the demolition of the existing two storey library and boarding house, and the redevelopment of the site to accommodate the new five storey teaching and learning centre. The initial stage involved the refurbishment of the existing east wing science facility. There were three separable portions contained within the contract which ran from December 2018 through to December 2020.

Iona Presentation College New Teaching and Learning Centre
Bistel Construction

Winner Best Government Building

$1.5 - $5 million

The scope of work for this new pavilion project comprises a ground floor concrete slab and footing build, structural steel portal frame with a tilt concrete paneled frame, forming the external façade, and Colorbond Ultra steel roofing.  Internally the new facilities include male and female toilets, a function room, two changing rooms complete with showers and WC and a storeroom.

Leatherback Park Pavilion
McCorkell Constructions WA

Winner Best Government Building

$5 - $10 million

The new facility replaces the existing fire station on George Street built in 1973, which, remained live and operational throughout the construction of the new facility, with the existing common driveway to be shared and managed throughout the construction. The building’s functional design reflects emergency response capability changes in the local urban landscape in recent decades, particularly an increase in medium to high-rise residential and commercial buildings.

The Kensington Fire Station
Broad Construction

Winner Best Government Building

Over $100 million

This prison expansion project comprises the design and construction of four accommodation units, two support buildings, new kitchen, visiting area refurbishment and expansion, medical centre and carpark extensions. Internally the quality of the completed work was of great importance as remedying any defects in a live prison environment would be enormously disruptive. Materials and products were selected so that the final constructed product required minimal maintenance.

Casuarina Prison Expansion Project
Mapel Building

Winner Best Office Building

Under $1.5 million

Superb design with quality finishes, Mapel Building HQ showcases a modernistic facility to connect with clients and collaborate with staff. The open plan composition showcases the company’s exceptional architectural design and construction skills, with exquisite street appeal. This alluring building houses the foundation of the company’ operations, including warehouse facilities, selection studio, meeting rooms and staff offices.

Mapel Building HQ
Encon Construction

Winner Best Office Building

$1.5 - $5 million

This project involved the extension of an existing floor plate, an upgrade of the existing façade, internal refurbishment and construction of a new lobby and End of Trip facility to this run down neglected 50 year old office building.  In particular the upgrades to level three, were in desperate need. The completed refurbishment and construction works have rejuvenated the building and ensured that it is now a desired space to operate from for local businesses.

Ord Street Refurbishment
PACT Construction

Winner Best Office Building

$20 - $50 million

This project comprises a multi-purpose, cross-generational centre providing and integrating a wide range of services and activities to the community. The numerous spaces and facilities are contained within a stunning building façade. Spread across four levels, Belmont Hub incorporates spaces for numerous community amenities and services, including a library, museum, offices, seniors’ hub and creche. The building features a variety of structural and architectural materials.

Belmont Hub
Bistel Construction

Winner Best Public Use Building

$1.5 - $5 million

The scope of work for this new pavilion project comprises a ground floor concrete slab and footing build, structural steel portal frame with a tilt concrete paneled frame, forming the external façade, and Colorbond Ultra steel roofing. Internally the new facilities include male and female toilets, a function room, two changing rooms complete with showers and WC and a storeroom.

Leatherback Park Pavilion
Alita Constructions

Winner Best Public Use Building

$5 - $10 million

This clubhouse and administration building includes a cafe, a commercial kitchen, a residents’ lounge, internal dining for 124 people, and external dining, an arts and craft room, library, salon, and an activities centre. The building design is a combination of rammed earth, feature structural steel, and lightweight timber cladding with a concrete ground slab and concrete suspended slab and metal clad roof.

Amaroo Village Clubhouse & Administration Building
PACT Construction

Winner Best Public Use Building

$20 - $50 million

This project comprises a multi-purpose, cross-generational centre providing and integrating a wide range of services and activities to the community. The numerous spaces and facilities are contained within a stunning building façade. Spread across four levels, Belmont Hub incorporates spaces for numerous community amenities and services, including a library, museum, offices, seniors’ hub and creche. The building features a variety of structural and architectural materials.

Belmont Hub
PACT Construction

Winner Excellence in Energy Efficiency

This project used several new concepts for its design and construction. Satisfying Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority, to get a 4-star Greenstar rating. Challenges faced to find and procure Greenstar building materials, sourcing local resources.  The building’s technology is app-based and allows anybody globally connected to access it. In this way, you may switch on and off electrical components while monitoring everything with the 10-camera security system.

Belmont Hub
PACT Construction

Winner Excellence in Waste Management

The principles of the waste hierarchy guided the waste management of Belmont Hub. The avoidance of waste generation was the primary objective. Diverting waste from landfill, reducing waste and reusing spare materials and recycled materials were also priorities from the beginning of the project. Through the adoption and implementation key strategies, together with the project targeting a 5 Star Green Star As-Built certification and technical advice and support from Instant Waste Management, PACT Construction achieved industry leading results.

Belmont Hub
Perkins Builders

Winner Excellence in Workplace Health & Safety

Perkins Builders is committed to the philosophy of striving to maintain an injury free workplace and minimise environmental impacts on and around the site. Employees are supplied with adequate resources and encouraged to achieve this goal whilst fostering the company’s values and advocating continuous improvement. The company recognises that effective management of safety, health and environmental protection requires a system that seeks to identify any potential workplace hazards, assess the associated risks and implement and review control measures.

Perth Airport International Gate Upgrade – Terminal 1 Gates 52-54
BGC Construction

Winner Best Seniors/Aged Persons Multi Unit Development

$20 - $50 million

The Cirrus Apartments is the newest addition at RAAFA’s Bull Creek Estate. The old clubhouse was demolished to make way for 57 apartments over six levels and a basement carpark. The new clubhouse is located on the ground floor, consisting of the new bowling club, café, restaurant, sports bar, and function rooms. In addition, an extension was also undertaken to the northern car park, adding an additional 29 bays.

RAAFA Cirrus Apartments
Crothers Construction

Winner Best Aged Care Building

$5 - $10 million

The Bedingfeld Park RACF expansion project involved the construction of a new 25 bed brick and metal roof dementia-specific wing, as part of an expansion to the existing 45 bed Residential Aged Care Facility on the site. The works also involved alterations and significant additions to the existing administration and commercial laundry area and re-roofing of the existing facility. The location of the expansion is to the front of the existing facility.

Bedingfeld Park RACF Expansion Project
EMCO Building

Winner Best Aged Care Building

$20 - $50 million

The $43m Aegis Shoreline Residential Care Facility Project features a new, premium aged care home, developed with an innovative, modern design providing a resort lifestyle in a state-of-the-art, safe and comfortable environment. The 238 bedrooms consist of single suites with their own private bathroom, as well as a limited number of shared rooms, all excellently appointed with a nurse call service in every room.

Aegis Residential Aged Care Facility
Multiplex Constructions

Winner Best Aged Care Building

$50 - $100 million

The Queenslea was designed to promote the intergenerational interaction between the aged care and childcare facilities. The project consists of 120 beds in the aged care facility, 39 assisted living apartments, a childcare centre for 108 children as well as a wellness centre/salon and a basement carpark. The project has a substructure with CFA retention piling and a superstructure of reinforced concrete and structural steel frame.

The Queenslea
Facade Management Australia

Winner Subcontractor of the Year

Cladding

Builder: BADGE Constructions

Façade Management Australia was awarded the façade, aluminium door, window and louvre package within the UWA School of Indigenous Studies. The scope of works also involved a complex design of an exterior structural steel framework, that accommodates various sized and coloured terracotta baguettes, a walkway and access system. Further works included the installation of a specialised structural glazed / toggled plant on a glazing system, that complements the surrounding environment.

UWA School of Indigenous Studies