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The project consisted of the construction of 2 facilities.
PS Structures was engaged by the developer, in the design and construct of the new buildings, from a generic brief which included a combined fire pump room and tanks to include future use of serving neighbouring sites. During the design stage a tenant was secured for one of the buildings.
PS Structures, incorporated their requirements/changes without affecting the design and construction timeframe. This involved working closely with the developer and design team to ensure the works started on the commencement date.
Consisted of a large warehouse 6650m2 with a 240m2 office incorporated in the corner. The structure is made of a structural steel frame, concrete precast panels/walls, housed and protected by Colorbond cladding and roof sheeting, with cantilevered canopies. The office area contains several offices, a meeting room, lunchroom, kitchenette and amenities. It was built using stud framing, plasterboard ceiling and walls. Finishes included tiling, carpet/vinyl and aluminum windows with an entry feature of Ultracore cladding and perforated coloured aluminum screens. A structural timber ceiling/roof was installed to hold mechanical plant. Loading docks were built for the warehouse, allowing trucks access through electrically operated roller shutter doors. Sprinklers were added within the warehouse providing flexibility for future tenant needs. Hardstands of fibre concrete surround the 5500m2 warehouse, with a 1350m2 bitumen carpark. Storm cells were built to channel excess water beneath the carpark.
Is similar to Facility 1, however it was designed for flexibility to sub-divide the area if required, thus mirroring each other with an office in each corner and a double height front wall allowing for additional office space. During construction, a tenant was engaged and they requested a larger office across the one façade in lieu of the two smaller offices. PS Structures made the design changes with no impact to the completion date. An aesthetic feature of a danpalon façade was added to cover the full height precast panels, thus requiring extra steel to be manufactured for support.
MMM 126 Pilbara St
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