Project Specifications


Client
The Sisters of Our Lady of China

Value
$16 million

Location
Beverley Park, New South Wales

Completion
February 2018

Demolition of six dwellings and the construction of a new multi-storey 77-bed aged-care facility

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Total Construction was engaged for the demolition of six dwellings and the construction of a new multi-storey 77-bed aged-care facility.

The new building comprises of three levels: the basement with kitchen, services and storage spaces; the ground and first floors with resident units; and living areas.

Basement construction consists of slab on ground with block-work walls. Ground and first floors are post-tensioned slabs with a metal truss and frame roof structure. External walls are brickwork with feature stone walls.

Works also include a central landscaped area with fountain that provides a feature to the building.

This is our third project with architects, Boffa Robertson Group.

OVERCOMING CHALLENGES

The site is located on the very busy Rocky Point Road so traffic management around the facility, including materials handling, was vital to the smooth running of all construction activities.

INNOVATIONS

The demolition and excavation packages were let as one to eliminate cross-contamination between trades.

Project Contact

Steve Taylor
Managing Director (Joint Shareholder)

Steve is a founding shareholder of Total Construction. Equipped with a carpentry trade background and extensive experience with design and construct projects across all sectors of the building industry, Steve has been a driving force behind the company’s growth and success. With the appointment of a Chairman and CEO, Steve now focuses on the continual development of a successful and sustainable strategy for the business. He also plays a key role in providing leadership for the overall development of the company through strategic marketing, client relationships and procurement. Steve is based in Sydney where he has the overall management in NSW.

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