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Bunzl Distribution Centre

Bunzl Distribution CentreClient Jandakot City Holdings

Year 2019 – 2020

Value $14.4M

Our Role Project Manager and Superintendent

Project Jandakot City Holdings engaged Insight Project Services as Project Manager and Superintendent for the design and construction of Bunzl Australasia Limited’s new Western Australian office and primary warehouse distribution centre.

The project stems from a need to agglomerate three (3) existing Bunzl distribution facilities across the state into one primary, 24/7 facility.

Across a 39,200m2 site the facility consists of 19,000m2 of warehouse, 1200m2 of office, 116 car-bays and is inclusive of all amenities and a staff alfresco.

Though designed to meet Bunzl’s current requirements, we are proud to be delivering a new facility tailored to accommodate product variance, product change and to meet enhanced distribution capabilities as Bunzl grows and develops as a business.

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Schenck Process – Facility Perth

Client                Jandakot City HoldingsSchenck Warehouse

Year                  2018 – 2019

Value               $15M

Our Role          Project Manager and Superintendent

Project Jandakot City Holdings (JCH) engaged Insight Project Services (Insight) to oversee and project manage the design and construction of the new Schenck Process Warehouse and Workshop Facility in Jandakot.

The site is 38,989sqm and the new facility has been designed specifically to suit the bespoke operational requirements of the Tenant.

The facility consists of a 10,560sqm warehouse and workshop facility inclusive of amenities and lunch room space.  An office of 1,500sqm will be provided and parking for 218 cars.  The external hardstand comprises approximately 26,000sqm of heavy-duty concrete pavement.  4 x 30T travelling gantry cranes are included in the scope of work.

Schenck’s requirements have been incorporated into the design from inception.  Tenant specific servicing provisions have been included to cater for the Tenants assembly requirements and specialist blasting and washdown facilities.

Forrest Hall Stage 2

Client The University of Western Australia

Year 2018 – 2021

Value $38M

Our Role Project Manager and Superintendent

Project Following the success of Forrest Hall Stage 1 (FH1), the University of WA engaged Insight Project Services (Insight) to oversee and project manage the design and construction of the next stage (Forrest Hall Stage 2 (FH2)) on the site directly adjacent FH1.

Kerry Hill Architects were engaged to develop the design, which provides accommodation for 10 Forrest Scholars, 65 short stay accommodation rooms, 1,000m2 of office space, 500m2 of Club Lounge dining, parking for 39 cars in a basement carpark and all ancillary services for the operation of the building.

The project has many similarities to FH1, however will be unique in that it offers a completely different experience for occupants and is primarily focused on short stay guests with only minor scholar accommodation considered in the scheme of the overall proposal.

The project is due for completion in the first quarter of 2021.

Morley Galleria SC Expansion

Client Vicinity CentresGalleria Shopping Centre

Year 2018 – 2022

Value $250m

Our Role Project Manager and Superintendent

Project Insight Project Services were appointed as Project Managers for the $500m redevelopment of the Galleria Shopping Centre located on corner of Collier and Walter Roads, Morley. The property is owned in partnership by Vicinity Centres and Perron Group.

The project encapsulates a major refurbishment and expansion of the existing centre with approximately 25,00m2 of GFA being added along with an additional 1,000 car bays. The redevelopment of this key asset will re-establish Galleria as a centre of regional significance.

Insight Project Services was engaged to provide specialist advice and support for the overall contracting strategy and is carrying out the day-to-day management of consultants, contractors and suppliers from Concept Design phase through to the completion of the centre in 2021.

The project includes the relocation of the Water Corporations district compensating basin and it’s associated infrastructure; demolition of parts of the existing centre; construction of new retail areas including a new Woolworths; Fashion Mall with international Mini Majors; Fresh Food Market Hall and a 3 level Entertainment and Leisure Precinct. An additional 1,000 additional car bays will created on a new deck above the new fashion mall as well as new 3 level car decks and reconfigured on-grade parking.