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Cockburn Gateway Shopping City Stage 4A Redevelopment

Client Perron GroupCockburn Gateway

Year 2019 – 2020

Value $35M

Our Role Project Manager and Superintendent

Project Perron Group engaged Insight Project Services to project manage the design and construction of the first stage of the multi-stage redevelopment and expansion of the Cockburn Gateway Shopping City into a high-quality mixed-use retail, commercial and residential complex.

The Gateway Shopping City is wholly owned by Perron Group and comprises of over 170 tenancies and 4,300
car bays.

The Stage 4A works involve the demolition of the existing feature structural members at the North entry to the centre, the relocation of existing Centre Management Offices and landlord’s infrastructure, new office tenancies, a 1800m2 new entertainment tenancy, new restaurants, rectification of existing waterproofing issues on the existing car deck, a new 750m2 two-level childcare building, internal modifications and refurbishment to the mall, construction of a new main north entry involving new vertical access, facades and expanded tenancies (inclusive of new stairs, escalators and a car ramp).

The sequencing, coordination and communication of the works are of paramount importance in order to minimise operational impacts on centre.

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.