Cnr North Lake Road and Aspiration Circuit, Cockburn
$8.2 million (incl. GST)
This fully-contained 7,923m² development comprises of a new processing and warehouse facility and office. Set on 2.77 hectares of land, it is approximately three times larger than Stirlings Australia’s former property. It was designed by Meyer Shircore Architects.
We were awarded the project following a competitive tender process.
- The client’s schedule required the manufacturing and processing facility to be operational before the office areas. This presented many logistical issues in terms of service coordination and isolation. Our team was also required to successfully manage the expectations of the client with regards to having a live operational facility next to an adjacent construction site.
- The client had to leave their existing facility and move into their new premises over just one weekend, with absolutely no flexibility. Our stringent project management skills ensured this major transition was achieved on time and with minimal disruption to the end user.
- A supplier of stainless steel and copper-nickel products, Stirlings Australia required a ‘superflat warehouse floor’ – the most stringent specification with a maximum deviation of plus or minus 3mm with a total area of 4,397m2. We successfully constructed the unique floor utilising laser screeding technology and, in partnership with subcontractor Tuss Concrete, received a world record for the flattest floor in its category.
FEATURES OF DEVELOPMENT
The project is predominantly built utilising steel framing and concrete tilt panels, with metal deck roofing and wall cladding plus the provision of crane beams for overhead cranes.