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Unit 4, 12 Cowcher Place, Belmont
Western Australia

(08) 9340 590

PACT offers a full range of design, construction and project management services for multi-level commercial and residential projects. A 'whole of project' service, including managing the documentation of the project brief, creating project concepts, setting budgets against project concepts to set feasibility outcomes, ensuring initial design briefs and feasibilities are met, and of course delivering the project.

999 Hay Street


999 Hay Street

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Address: 999 Hay Street, Perth
Project Value: $52 Million
Construction Time: 82 weeks
Architect: Eames Architects

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

“Our strong working relationship with QUBE since 2005 saw us quickly identified as the right partner to see the job through successfully,” said Jason Kunkler, General Manager of PACT Construction.

“Being engaged from an early stage enabled us to add value from the outset. For this development, we looked at a number of cost effective structural design solutions to get the most cost effective build for the client.”

999 Hay St comprises of 10 open-plan offices, rooftop boardroom, office, entertainment deck and EOT facilities, and a café integrated at ground level within the main lobby and the surrounding streetscape.

Strategically located, 999 Hay St will achieve both a 4 Star Greenstar rating and 4.5 Star NABERS Environmental Efficiency rating, enhanced by a cutting-edge architectural façade.

"Engineering Firm GHD have committed to take 6,547m2 of the net lettable floor area of the building.  "They are occupying 6 floors of the building and we are responsible for their fitout as well." Mr Kunkler said.

“The façade is certainly striking and was quite a feat to complete, incorporating full height curtain wall glazing with an elliptical-shaped Alpolic clad feature and pocketed elements for balconies,” said Mr Kunkler.

“The site’s location was also quite logistically challenging due to the one-way street and the need to demolish one side of an adjacent building. Along with this we negotiate a myriad of in-ground services, including high pressure gas, water, electricity, fibre optics, old copper telecommunication cabling, storm water drains and more."

“That said, we are well adept to challenging construction sites and have no doubt 999 Hay street will be considered a signature project for PACT in the future - an outstanding achievement that showcases the possibilities of a "whole of project" approach and flair for collaborative management.”