DEVCO | Kangan Institute – Refurbishment Richmond
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KANGAN INSTITUTE – REFURBISHMENT OF BUILDING A RICHMOND CAMPUS

Richmond

The Redevelopment of Building A comprised internal demolition/ refurbishment of the library, administration offices, specialist training areas including visual merchandising, millenary, myotherapy, hair and beauty. External works included a new pedestrian ramp for DDA compliance, line marking to car park areas and installation of bollards.

Construction works included upgrades to the mechanical, electrical, security and fire services to comply with the building code and a major boiler upgrade to the main plant room servicing the campus. The project required a four stage handover with each stage being occupied progressively; Stage 1: level 1. offices, Stage 2: ground level reception and millenary, Stage

The project required a four stage handover with each stage being occupied progressively; Stage 1: level 1. offices, Stage 2: ground level reception and millenary, Stage 3: library, visual merchandising and myotherapy, Stage 4: hair and beauty.

CLIENT
Kangan Institute
ARCHITECT
Paul Morgan
SERVICES ENGINEER
AGB Melbourne
STRUCTURAL/CIVIL ENGINEER
AGB Melbourne
COMPLETION
March 2013
CONTRACT VALUE
$4.5 million

Success Factors

Participated in post-tender value engineering to optimise building budget with revised scope of works.

Co-ordination with the on-site facilities management team throughout the project ensuring minimal disruption to campus operations.

Coordination with the client to enable installation of specialist training equipment.

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