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Subi Centro

Subi Centro North introduces modern, luxurious apartments in the heart of Subiaco (next to St John of God hospital), as well as contemporary retail, office and restaurant tenancies.

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Webb & Brown-Neaves

This $3.5M, 32-week development is the new head office for both Webb & Brown-Neaves and the ABN Group's IT Department.

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Optima Centre

This two-stage, $66.7Million Optima Centre development is one of the largest suburban office developments in Western Australia, with more than 16,200m2 NLA constructed across two separate towers, 519 car spaces and excellent end-of-trip facilities.

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Dale Alcock Central

This $13.5 Million office development, designed and built by PACT Construction, is the new one-stop-shop for Dale Alcock Homes and Dale Alcock Home Improvements.

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Baldivis Senior High School

This exciting development will provide schooling in the heart of Baldivis, for students in years eight through 12.

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Rossmoyne Senior High School

This exciting development will help ensure Rossmoyne Senior High School remains one of the nation's leaders in academic excellence.

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WALGA, West Leederville

PACT Construction’s renowned reputation as a first class, multi-disciplined company is again being showcased, with the company awarded the building contract in late 2011 for the construction of the new Local Government House in West Leederville.

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999 Hay Street, Perth

999 Hay St is QUBE’s largest office project to date - a major 12-storey, 11,500m2 A-grade office project under construction in West Perth.

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ECU Student Services Centre, Joondalup

Constructed to meet a five star energy efficiency rating, Building 34 has bought all student facilities together under one roof, utilising state-of-the art technology such as large LED panels.

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Intercity Hotel, Belmont

The new Intercity Hotel is a 3 storey, 62 unit development which adds to the existing Intercity Comfort Hotel complex.

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Clontarf Developments

The Clontarf Foundation has now moved into their a new purpose-designed headquarters thanks to the generosity of PACT Construction and its suppliers and contractors.

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Church House

The building comprises a two-storey basement car park, ground floor lobby and café plus six floors of A-grade commercial space featuring offices and meeting rooms.

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Commercial. Industrial. Residential

PACT Construction's approach to providing a 'whole of project' service to all clientele gives a unique point of difference in the market place.

For property developers and project managers, PACT brings strength, experience and a growing reputation to ensure the success of your project.  

PACT offers a full range of design, construction and project management services for multi-level commercial and residential projects.

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Testimonials

Will Thomson
Senior Project Architect.

I congratulate your organisation on it's level of performance and look forward to any opportunity in which we may work together again.

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Greg Carter
General Manager.

We highly commend PACT for completing the project on time, on budget and to the highest standards and quality.

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  • Success storeys: PACT proves their capabilities via premier multi-level apartment developments.

    As apartment living becomes increasingly prevalent across Perth, PACT Construction’s impressive apartment construction portfolio continues to build.

    Completed developments include the prominent Wexford Apartments in the Subi Centro precinct and Millstream Apartments in South Perth, while other landmark projects such as Urban on Cambridge are currently under  construction.

    Wexford Apartments in the Subi Centro precinct saw PACT entrusted to deliver modern, well appointed apartments and additional mixed-use spaces in the heart of Subiaco. The $30 million project took 94 weeks to complete, with works spread across two sites. Navigating the challenges of a high-traffic area next to St John of God Hospital, PACT successfully completed all apartments plus contemporary retail, office and restaurant tenancies to a high standard of specification. A modern architectural façade adds to the luxurious character of the development, ensuring the finished product is highly competitive in the Subiaco real estate market.

    PACT’s inner-city apartment development expertise is also evident at Millstream Apartments in South Perth. This $15.5 million project comprised 26 luxury apartments (including two deluxe penthouses) across nine levels. Resort-style facilities on-site encompassed a 40-metre concrete, gas heated pool, spa, BBQ, showers and sundeck. A high level of specification was achieved throughout the development, including travertine marble and granite in both the apartment and main lobby areas.

    The timing of Millstream Apartments looked to challenge the project’s delivery, with production taking place during one of WA’s busiest construction periods. Despite the high demand for materials and trades, PACT’s strong supplier relationships   ensured all apartments were delivered on schedule.

    A hectic, inner-city environment and a tight building program were again confronted at 297 Vincent Street in Leederville. PACT was selected out of four key builders to develop the five storey, mixed-use development worth $11.1 million. The complicated foundations of the development demanded special expertise, requiring PACT to dig 2.2m below the water table to construct the full in-ground basement carpark.  Above ground, high-voltage power cables hung precariously close to the development’s frontage. PACT developed a construction methodology that safely accommodated the cables without having to set back the building itself.

    The Whitfield is a mixed-use development in the heart of the Bassendean Town Centre. Due for   completion in January 2016, this $8 million project on Old Perth Road features a café,  offices, carpark and 34 apartments across four storeys complementing the heritage-style of the area, the building envelope will feature traditional brickwork, glazed balustrading and Colorbond roofing.

    Before construction could commence, extensive dewatering was undertaken due to the high water table. An existing sewer main also runs along the site with screw piling required along the northern boundary.

    Looking west of Perth, PACT is also feverishly delivering Urban on Cambridge, a $24 million development in Wembley. This high-calibre project is due for completion in April 2016 and will appeal to those looking to enjoy the finer things in life such as floor-to-ceiling and wall-to-wall windows and doors, European-style appliances, and premium floor coverings. Committed to strength and efficiency, Urban on Cambridge’s floor plates will utilise BubbleDeck precast concrete floor panels with an in-situ topping, while the lift core, fire stairway, basement footings and all columns will employ in-situ concrete.

    PACT is also creating stylish urban living at Fusion Apartments in Burswood. This $23 million, mixed-use development will boast 89 apartments and a five-star fitout, giving owners 47 different design specification options. Residents will also enjoy luxurious amenities including swimming pool, gymnasium and entertainment area.

    PACT’s ‘whole of project’ approach has proven extremely valuable in the apartment development market, with PACT taking full responsibility for design, construction and project management. This complete ownership of project delivery enables their  experienced team to execute first-class developments through one convenient point of contact. In addition to leading apartment developments, PACT is also behind significant projects in the education, government and commercial sectors.

    PACT is currently constructing premier apartments in Bassendean, Wembley, Burswood.

    With $220m in current projects under construction in Western Australia, PACT looks certain to add to their multiple Master Builders Association ‘Excellence in Construction’ awards in 2015 and beyond.

    For more information contact PACT Construction, Unit 4, 12 Cowcher Place, Belmont WA, 6104, PO Box 701,  Cloverdale WA, 6985, phone: 08 9340 5900, fax: 08 9201 8360 email: jason@pactconstruction.com.au , website: www.pactconstruction.com.au.

     

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  • PACT CONSTRUCTION CEMENTS ITS ‘GREEN’ CREDENTIALS
    With energy and waste management under the spotlight in Perth’s office sector, PACT Construction has showcased its ‘green’ credentials in the award-winning Local Government House project in West Leederville.

    Known as ONE70, the development was built by the multi-disciplined commercial building company on behalf of Western Australian Local Government Association (WALGA) and project partner QUBE Property Group. 

    WALGA currently occupies two levels of this six level, 5-star Green Star, 5-star NABERS, Grade A office and café development.

    The $27million project on Railway Parade also earned PACT Construction this year’s awards for Excellence in Waste Management and Excellence in Energy Efficiency in the Master Builders Bankwest Excellence in Construction Awards.

    Jason Kunkler, General Manager at PACT Construction, said the awards recognised the importance of waste management and energy efficiency in today’s commercial building environment.

    “PACT understands that these are issues our clients increasingly need to consider and we’re proud to be able to say we can deliver award-winning outcomes,” Mr Kunkler said.

    Local Government House was designed and built with a long list of sustainability objectives in mind.

    Its location, close to bus services and two major train lines, promotes the use of public transport, while bicycle storage facilities within the building encourage cycling to work.

    Next to a new landscaped park, the building’s U-shaped design overcomes a less than perfect east-west orientation.

    “The orientation and U-shaped design of the building enables more daylight to reach workstations, increasing the quality of the workspace, improving the wellbeing of occupants and reducing the need for artificial lighting,” Mr Kunkler said.

    A major photovoltaic solar energy system supplies up to 35 per cent of the building’s electricity requirements, while sub-metering allows tenants to individually monitor their energy usage.

    The building’s energy-wise features also include high performance glazing, vertical sun shading and an Active Chilled Beam air-conditioning system that has lower energy consumption and cheaper operating costs than typical VAV air-conditioning systems.

    Materials used in the construction of the building were sourced locally wherever possible, including the Donnybrook sandstone cladding and the curtain wall glazing system. Steel and bricks salvaged from the buildings that previously stood on the site were recycled and incorporated into to the landscaping design.

    “When it came to the management of construction waste during the project, PACT Construction achieved a 91 per cent recycling rate or diversion away from landfill rate,” Mr Kunkler said. “This is well above the national commercial construction industry standard practice of 58 per cent.”

    Mr Kunkler said PACT Construction championed the use of a “comingled” recycling system on site in partnership with Instant Waste Management.

    “This greatly reduced the amount of construction and demolition waste ending up in landfill,” he said.

    Using tablets and laptops to view design work and plans made for a paperless system on site, and ordering and invoicing were done online.

    “Diverting waste from landfill, reducing waste, and reusing spare and recycled materials were all priorities from the beginning of the project,” Mr Kunkler said.






































































































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  • 10 years of building success
    PACT Construction has come a long way since its establishment in 2004. The past year alone has seen PACT embark on some of their most ambitious and high profile projects to date, driven by a dedicated team that has doubled in size.

    “We currently employ a record high 64 staff, which is double the number at around this time last year,” said Jason Kunkler, General Manager, PACT Construction.

    “We are enjoying the challenges presented by the major projects we currently have underway including 999 Hay Street in the Perth CBD, Banksia Grove High School and the Edith Cowan University Student Services building in Joondalup. We also recently completed ONE70 Railway Parade in West Leederville.

    “The ONE70 Railway Parade building, which we delivered in partnership with QUBE, was not only incredibly interesting and challenging - it also allowed us to demonstrate our attention to detail and quality craftsmanship. We were commissioned to complete over 4,500sqm of modern, state-of-the-art office fit out for major tenants, the WA Local Government Association and insurance specialist JLT.

    “We are also partnering with QUBE again to deliver 999 Hay St, a $50 million project that will prove our ability to successfully build within the tight, hectic confines of the Perth CBD. Once finished, this landmark building will achieve both a 4 Star Greenstar rating and 4.5 Star NABERS Environmental Efficiency rating, enhanced by a cutting-edge architectural façade.”

    This significant project forms just part of the 17 that PACT currently have underway, which will see the company deliver close to $250 million worth of projects in the 2013-14 financial year – a staggering feat for an emerging second tier company.

    PACT’s surging size and incredible project success rate can be attributed to the strong growth strategy developed internally over the past three years.

    “We’ve worked hard to get ourselves in a position where we can expertly deliver such exciting, sizeable projects. That said, we’re also extremely mindful of maintaining our small business feel, and will continue to strive to uphold this approach no matter how large we grow,” affirmed Mr Kunkler.

    As General Manager of PACT Construction, Mr Kunkler’s success in shaping the company can be attributed to his strong technical and financial knowledge and intuitive ability to develop a high performing team.

    As Mr Kunkler prepares to see PACT into its 10th year of operation this year, this remarkable company can firmly take its place as a standout leader in WA’s commercial construction industry.

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