Project Specifications

George Weston Foods (GWF)

$1.7 million

Slacks Creek, Queensland

June 2019

Extension of an existing facility


Total have completed the construction of an extension to GWFs existing facility which will house new roll manufacturing machinery.

This project comprised the demolition of an existing structure on the current site, followed by the erection of a pre-cast panel and structural steel frame building. Fit out of the building included a polyurethane cement coved flooring, white rock clad walls, a PIR panel trafficable ceiling as well as a number of different services runs.


Tight timelines in the Design Approval process were overcome through concise co-ordination and program streamlining helping the project to stay on time.


  • Using a polyurethane cement flooring in lieu of the specified epoxy, providing the client with both a cost saving as well as a superior product.
  • Reduced time-frames in both white rock and PIR installations through concise programming, giving            sub-contractors an uninterrupted run of works.
  • A number of trade gains leading to cost savings for the client due to the nature of the construction management agreement.

Project Contact

Simon Hinneberg
Chief Operating Officer

Simon has broad experience delivering a wide range of commercial and industrial projects. Prior to establishing the Total Construction Queensland office in 2010, he held senior management positions throughout Australia and overseas within international construction and development organisations delivering numerous high-profile projects. He has a thorough understanding of the commercial and technical aspects of construction methodology and possesses exceptional communication skills.