Involvement in Client meetings; Sketch Design; Design Development; Contract Documentation; Tender Administration and Contract Administration at various levels for the following small to medium scale projects:

Rural residences, new residences, dual occupancies, residential extensions, Institutional building extensions, aged persons units, community facilities, building repairs and refurbishment, renovation reports, house inspections, building inspections, house energy rating and certifications:

  • Calwell, ACT. Cost: $300,000. Area: 235 sq.m New quad level residence on steeply sloping site with particular attention to passive solar design principles and encompassment of extensive views.
  • Montessori Preschool, Yarralumla, ACT. Design and Documentation for Project Manager for ACTCW of relocation of preschool into existing classrooms in local Primary School.
  • New rural residence Captains Flat Road, Carwoola. Cost: $500,000. Area: 340 sq.m. Construction: Solid brick, metal roof, concrete slab on ground, associated siteworks.
  • Dog Pound Improvements Stage 2, Mugga Lane, Symonston, ACT. Cost: $360,000. Construction: Concrete slab,brick walls, steel frame, tiled roof, associated landscaping.
  • New Dual Occupancy Residence, O'Connor, ACT. Contract price: $119,000. Area: 172 sq.m. Construction: Solid brick, slab on ground, tile roof, associated siteworks.
  • Flax Building Roof Repairs, Tuggeranong, ACT. Contract Price: $60,000. Area: 1660 sq.m. Construction: Tiled roof , timber roof trusses, timber framed roof towers with colourbond sheet lining.
  • Braddon Aged Persons Units, Braddon, ACT. Cost $320,000. Four new APU'S on prominent inner area sitefor ACTHT, including landscaping and car-parking.

Industrial warehouses, conference/hotel refurbishment, residential, office fitout, office building refurbishment and suburban offices:

  • Concrete Product Manufacturing Building, Bayldon Road, Queanbeyan, NSW Area: 600 sq.m. Construction: Steel frame, tilt slab/metal deck walls, metal deck roof. Concrete retaining walls/ramps and pits.
  • CRA - Warehouse, Barrow Place, Queanbeyan, NSW. Cost: $150,000. Area: 450 sq.m. Construction: Steel frame, metal deck cladding, timber framed offices, landscaping and site works.
  • Brassey Hotel - Functions area refurbishment, Belmore Gardens, Barton, ACT Cost estimate: $850,000. Area: 400 sq.m. Construction: Removal of existing brick internal walls, steel roof support for existing timber framed roof, timber stud infill walls.

New residential (4), residential extensions (6), Medical Centre/Commercial offices, new motel and motel extensions:

  • Cooma Motel, Monaro Highway, Cooma, NSW. Cost estimate: $2,600,000. Area: 2132 sq.m. Construction: Three storey conference facility, concrete frame/brick infill. Single storey motel units, solid brick. Steel and timber frame roof.
  • Medical Centre/Professional Offices, Waramanga Place, Waramanga, ACT. Cost: $295,000. Area: 300 sq.m. Construction: Single storey, cavity brick, concrete floor, trussed roof, metal deck roof, timber stud partitions and timber joinery.
  • Residence, Burri Point Road, Guerilla Bay, NSW. Cost: $130,00. Area: 162 sq.m. Construction: Two storey, timber frame/floors/ roof framing, metal deck roof, weatherboard cladding.
  • Residence Extension, Hopetoun Circuit, Yarralumla, ACT. Cost: $95,000. Area: 80 sq.m. Construction: Two storey, solid brick, suspended concrete slabs, timber/steel framed roof.

Residential, office fitouts, suburban offices, swimming pool, asbestos removal:

  • Indian High Commissioners Residence, Mugga Way, Red Hill, ACT. Cost: $400,000. Area: 610 sq.m. Construction: Two storey, cavity brick/brick veneer, timber floors, trussed roof.
  • National Library - Asbestos Removal, Parkes Place, Parkes, ACT. Construction: Steel roof frame, removal and disposal of asbestos fire proofing and application of new fire rating material.
  • Office Fitout - Torrens Street, Braddon, ACT. Cost: $350,000. Area: 1583 sq.m. Construction: Steel stud with plasterboard lining, partition system and timber joinery.

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