Five projects recognised for excellence in construction

Nov 2, 2015 | News, Awards, Expertise, Projects


Nov 2, 2015 | News, Awards, Expertise, Projects

Buildcorp was a five-time winner at the Master Builders (MBA) ‘NSW Excellence in Construction Awards’ on 31 October 2015. The prestigious MBA awards recognise projects which have successfully solved complex construction challenges and incorporated creative innovations to a deliver product to the highest quality.

These five awards are in in addition to the two MBA awards (regional and state) that Buildcorp’s own Queensland office fit-out received earlier in 2015, taking the total number of MBA awards that Buildcorp has won up to 57. 

Buildcorp Managing Director Tony Sukkar said: “We are delighted to have been awarded by the MBA for our excellence in construction across these projects which is the result of our commitment to collaboration, safety and creative thinking.

“We are particularly grateful to our clients and all the stakeholders involved for trusting us to deliver their projects and for working with our teams in such a collegiate way. Our teams are at the heart of what we do, and these awards acknowledge their exceptional performances and expertise which delivers real value for our clients.”

The list of Buildcorp’s five recent award-winning projects is below.

1. CATEGORY: Health Projects over $100m
PROJECT: Sydney Adventist Hospital (SAH) Master Plan Redevelopment
DESCRIPTION: Buildcorp was the Managing Contractor for the SAH redevelopment which doubled the size of Australia’s largest private healthcare campus whilst the hospital remained fully operational.  Buildcorp’s ‘health planning team’ oversaw the design finalisation and campus integration to deliver several projects including an additional 29,500m2 of hospital floor space within a live environment. The project featured a 12 storey clinical services building with a comprehensive cancer centre, eight operating theatres, 180 beds, plus $20m worth of in-ground services infrastructure with no disruption to any hospital services over all three years of the redevelopment.

2. CATEGORY: Interior Fit-outs $20,000,001 – $50,000,000
: Minter Ellison, Governor Macquarie Tower (main picture)
DESCRIPTION:  Buildcorp was the Managing Contractor for the new Sydney headquarters of Minter Ellison, one of Australia’s largest law firms. The $30m project included connecting the top eight floors of the iconic Governor Macquarie Tower and providing an open, flexible and client-focused workspace.

3. CATEGORY: Interior Fit-outs $3,000,001 – $5,000,000
: Professional Consultant offices (Project 45)
DESCRIPTION: Buildcorp managed the internal fit-out of new corporate offices for a consultancy occupying two high-level floors in Sydney’s CBD. The works covered 2,000m2 of floor space including a new steel framed interconnecting staircase. An Activity Based Working environment was created which included open plan workstations, meeting rooms, boardroom, offices, breakout facility and collaborative zones, reception and specialist AV.

4. CATEGORY: Club/Entertainment Refurbishment $10,000,001 & OVER
Sovereign Lakes
DESCRIPTION: Sovereign Lakes was a complex $14m refurbishment and expansion to the rooftop of the Astral Hotel at The Star with integration of the high roller gaming facilities for client Echo Entertainment. The construction program was 25 weeks and had the added challenge of safely extending out to the existing parapet edge of the building which was achieved using prefabricated façade panels.

5. CATEGORY: Club/Entertainment Refurbishment $5,000,001 – $10,000,000
: Kingscliff Beach Hotel
DESCRIPTION: The Kingscliff Beach Hotel redevelopment was delivered over three stages in late 2014. The $7m project incorporated significant refurbishment and structural works to the hotel, whilst protecting its heritage listed elements. The project included renovation of the main bar and upper level restaurant, demolition of an adjoining bottle shop, construction of a new alfresco dining area and beer garden, and external carpark works.

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