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Double layered Fyrechek ceilings installed throughout inclusive of fire sealing all perimeters.
Custom made fire dampers for the airconditioning installed throughout.
All light fittings, emergency warning and nurse call systems were surface mounted.The above required high amounts of coordination due to the extensive services installed within and on the ceilings to avoid any services clashes. The administration block consisted mainly of a concrete tilt-up panel envelope, structural steel frame and colorbond roofing. The building would be used for holding activities, gym and physiotherapy for the residents living within the accommodation block. It would accommodate all the MSWA staff with 10 offices, amenities, kitchen facilities and meeting rooms. Large solarspan colorbond panels were installed to the administration canopies and accommodation port cochere inclusive of louvred pergolas. A central bitumen carpark was completed, and soft landscaping planted surrounding the street front of the building. “Our experience with PS Structures on the MSWA Butler Project was very positive and the final result is one both Parry & Whyte and PS Structures can be proud of.” Alec Whyte – Director, Parry & Whyte Architects (Superintendent & Architect) CLIENT: MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY OF WA INC ARCHITECT: PARRY & WHYTE ARCHITECTS
Combined sprinkler and hydrant pump and tank system
Fire sprinklers to all apartments
Full Visual Intercom System and Access Control
4 lift cars with custom interiorsCLIENT: BETHANIE PROJECTS ARCHITECT: CHRISTOU DESIGN GROUP PTY LTD
Removal and replacement of the entire existing HVAC system.
Removal and replacement of the existing carpark, including the protection and retaining of the existing railway tracks within the carpark.
Repainting of the internal Heritage building.
Removal of previously installed carpets and making good, sanding and sealing of the Heritage listed timber floors.
Re-pointing and making good of existing brickwork and mortar.
All works completed in close consultation with the Heritage architect.“This project is a very good example of a new building being attached to a renovated historic building ensuring the overall project was sympathic to the Midland Railway precinct. The new labs required the installation of complicated services and temperature control with back-up, our discussion with the client made it clear that they are very impressed with the finished product.” Kevin Sale and Tony Lakis, Master Builders’ Judges. CLIENT: PLUSLIFE ARCHITECT: CAMERON CHISHOLM & NICOL (WA) PTY LTD