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Client David Jones Pty LtdDavid Jones Fitout

Year 2018

Value $6.2m

Our Role Superintendent

Project David Jones Pty Ltd engaged Insight Project Services to oversee and provide Superintendent services for the fit out of the new David Jones store constructed as part of the $350m expansion of Carousel Shopping Centre.

The store comprises of 8,000m2 of floorspace split over
2 levels and includes over 45 concessions, café and customer service facilities.

The fit-out works were integrated with the base building works to ensure the tenancy would be completed and ready for trading by 30th August 2018. Insight were responsible for the administration of 2 separate contracts to deliver the full design and construction of the new store.

Banksia Grove Tenancies

Client Coles Group Property Developments Pty LtdBanksia Grove

Year 2017 – 2018

Value $5M

Our Role Project Manager and Superintendent

The Project
ISPT appointed Insight Project Services to deliver three Commercial Pad Sites as an extension to the Banksia Grove Shopping Centre development.

The project incorporated a Child Care Centre, Fitness Tenancy and Veterinary Practice. The works were carefully managed within a live Shopping Centre environment.

IPS delivered the extension of the Master Plan, Design Development, Development Approval, Tenancy Coordination and Superintendency services. The project was completed three weeks ahead of Programme and under board budget. All three Tenancies are expected to open for trade simultaneously in early March 2018.

 

Vasse Village Shopping Centre

Client Coles Group Property Developments Pty LtdVasse-Coles-Various

Year 2016 – 2017

Value $15M

Our Role Project Manager

The Project
Insight Project Services continued their partnership with Coles Group Property Developments, with our engagement as Project Manager and Superintendent for the new Coles Vasse Village and Coles Express. The development features a 3,750m2 Coles Supermarket in the latest market-style store layout, offering customers an expanded bakery, in store butcher, as well as an expanded fresh food offering. Accompanying the Coles Supermarket is a Liquorland (200m2), Coles Express Fuel Station, 180 car bays and associated external works. The Village adopts the Perron Group CODA Design Guidelines to reflect the historical significance of the region.

The development is a prime example of collaborative community engagement blending local materials and a country atmosphere to the experience of grocery shopping.

Beeliar Hive Shopping Centre

Beeliar Hive Shopping CentreClient Beeliar One Pty Ltd

Year 2017 – 2018

Value $5M

Our Role Client Advisor

The Project This project is the second undertaken by Insight on behalf of this client.

The Beeliar Hive Shopping Centre is a small community shopping centre built on a greenfields site off Beeliar Drive in Yangebup approximately 15km south of Perth.

The Centre includes 7 small tenancies (totalling 1,000m2), a 1,750m2 ALDI, Hungry Jacks, Caltex Service Station and 2 Pad sites.

The overall Centre is approximately 3,000m2 and includes over 100 onsite car bays, associated malls, amenities, refrigeration and loading dock.

The Project was successfully completed on time and without incident for a private developer.

Top Shop – Carillon City

ClientTop Shop Internal
Hawaiian Management Pty Ltd and Brookfield Multiplex Property

Year
2013 – 2014

Value
$8m

Our Role
Project Manager

The Project Insight Project Services were appointed as Project Managers for the remodelling and upgrade to the Carillon City retail arcade in Perth’s CBD. The property is owned in partnership by Hawaiian Management  and Brookfield Multiplex.

The project encapsulated the vacate of 30 existing retail tenancies over 3 levels of the northern end of the centre, demolition of the existing glazed barrel vault roof as well as the removal and reconstruction of the Murray Street level floor slab. The existing structure was modified to accommodate the new Topshop Topman tenancy over 2 retail levels and 1 back of house basement level totalling some 2,200m2.

In addition to creating a serviced tenancy for Topshop, the project included the construction of new façade to the Murray Street mall, installation of new escalators and lift to the tenancy as well as extensive modifications to the buildings mechanical, fire and electrical infrastructure. The malls on the Hay Street level were simultaneously upgraded with the removal of 4 existing escalators, installation of 3 new escalators and replacement of the mall flooring from the entry of Hay Street mall through to the new Topshop tenancy.

Significant portions of the work was carried out outside of normal trading hours to minimise disruption to the remaining tenants in the Centre as well as maintaining public access through the arcades which is Perth’s busiest pedestrian arcade.

The works were undertaken on a Managing Contractor arrangement with daily site meetings undertaken to determine design and buildability solutions arising from discovery on site as well as the tenants requirements.

IPS managed the Lessor/Lessee Scope of Works documentation and cost control on behalf of the Owners and worked closely with Topshop’s designers and delivery team to handover  the tenancy for fit out on programme and fully compliant with the AFL and City of Perth requirements.

The Carillon City Topshop Topman store is the first in WA and the fifth nationally and opened its doors to the public in October 2014.

Coles Albany

ClientColes Albany Shopping Centre
Coles Group Property Developments Pty Ltd

Year
2014 – 2015

Value
$14M

Our Role
Project Manager

Coles Group Property Developments appointed Insight Project Services to deliver a new Coles Supermarketdevelopment for the local community of Orana in Albany.

The project encompasses a 3,820m2 Coles Supermarket, a 200m2 Liquorland inclusive of external car parking facilities and reconfiguration of roadway entry points and intersections along Albany Highway.

Unique features of this project included extensive earthworks due to wet, clay like soils and extensive re-locations of in-ground services infrastructure as part of the road works outside the site.

IPS commenced on the project in November 2013 and have undertaken the design development, procurement and Superintendence of the project through to the opening in
June 2015.

 

Byford Village Shopping Centre

ClientByford Village Shopping Centre
Coles Group Property Developments Pty Ltd

Year
2015 – 2017

Value
$18M

Our Role
Project Managers and Superintendent

Coles Group Property Developments appointed Insight Project Services to manage the design and construction of both the subdivision and the new Byford Village Shopping Centre located in the new Byford Town Centre, 40km Southwest of Perth.

The subdivision and siteworks will be carried out in two phases, and intended to separate neighbouring developer interests over two super lots, and secondly further subdivide the lot into four smaller lots.

The first stage of the development proposed 6,282m2 of retail floor space including a 4,020m2 Coles Supermarket, 200m2 Liquor Land, 300m2 Medical Centre, 350m2 Gym, 380m2 restaurants/Cafes and 1,027m2 of Specialty Retail.

 

Mandurah Forum Shopping Centre

ClientMandurah Forum
Federation Developments Pty Ltd

Year
2015 – 2018

Value
$200M

Our Role
Project Manager

Insight Project Services were appointed as Project Managers for the $350M redevelopment of the Mandurah Forum Shopping Centre located on Pinjarra Road, Mandurah some 70km south west of Perth. The property is owned in partnership by Vicinity Centres and ISPT.

The project encapsulates a major refurbishment and expansion of the existing centre from 38,750m2 to 63,530m2 of mixed use retail. The redevelopment elevates Mandurah Forum to a centre of regional significance, to cater for the retail and lifestyle aspirations of the Mandurah community and the wider catchment extending into the southwest of the State.

Insight Project Services was engaged to provide specialist advice and support for the overall contracting strategy and carried out the day-to-day management of consultants, contractors and suppliers from the concept design phase through to final completion of the centre in March 2018.

The project includes the demolition of a considerable part of the centre, the construction of approximately 25,000m2 of new retail area which includes a new Target, H&M, David Jones, a 500 seat food court and an indoor/outdoor casual dining precinct. An additional 630 car bays has been created on a new deck above the expansion along with reconfigured on-grade parking.

 

Coles Riverton

Coles RivertonClient
Coles Group Property Developments Pty Ltd

Year
2015 – 2016

Value
$16M 

Our Role
Project Manager

Coles Group Property Developments appointed Insight Project Services to deliver a new Coles Shopping Centre and First Choice Liquor for the local community.

The project encompasses the demolition of an existing tavern, Motel and First Choice Liquor and will deliver a redevelopment costing of a 4,000m2 Coles Supermarket, 900m2 First Choice Liquor store and external car parking facilities. The works will be carefully staged to ensure continuity of trade for TAB tenancy during the Supermarket construction.

IPS is managing design development thru to procurement and will act as Superintendent during the construction phase.

The development is the first greenfield Coles Supermarket in Western Australia designed to the ‘Coles Centenary’
design standards.

Banksia Grove Village

Banksia Grove Client
Coles Group Property Developments Pty Ltd

Year
2014 – 2015

Value
$20M

Our Role
Project Manager and Superintendent

Coles Group Property Developments appointed Insight Project Services to deliver a new shopping centre development for the local community.

The project encompasses a 4,000m2 Coles Supermarket, 300m2 Liquorland, 14 specialty tenancies & three pad sites for McDonalds, Coles Express and a future tenancy as well as complete external carparking facilities.

IPS commenced on the project in November 2013 and completed the remaining design development and procurement whilst acting as Superintendent during the construction phase.

The development opened to the public in February 2015.