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Cecil Hills High School upgrade project.

We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded the Cecil Hills High School upgrade project.

The upgrades will include additional permanent learning spaces and core facilities to support the growing population in Western Sydney. Key elements include:

  • New flexible learning spaces
  • A multipurpose hall
  • A canteen extension
  • A new outdoor workshop
  • New staff facilities
  • Accessibility improvements to existing ramps and walkways.

David Last, State Manager – Construction NSW said “Hindmarsh is delighted to be delivering the Cecil Hills School upgrade on behalf of School Infrastructure NSW (SINSW). Hindmarsh has an award-winning legacy of successfully delivering School Education projects in NSW and across Australia – we will bring the same level of expertise, commitment to quality and safety to Cecil Hills and the wider community.”

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Hindmarsh are proud to announce that we have started immediate work on this prestigious refurbishment and upgrade project!

2 Innovation Road will be delivered on behalf of Macquarie University and their partnering tenant, the Woolcock Institute of Medical Research (the Woolcock), a renowned medical research organisation specialising in respiratory and sleep health. Bringing together more than two hundred medical researchers, the Woolcock is ranked by Times Higher Education as the number one specialist sleep and respiratory health research centre in the world.

Between now and early 2024, Hindmarsh will undertake the complete refurbishment of the existing site at Macquarie University’s Wallumattagal Campus, and new build elements, including the Lifecycle Upgrade of the building to meet both the current compliance requirements as well as providing a level of flexibility and adaptability to allow for future change of the next building lifecycle. These upgrades include:

  • Fit outs to meet the workplace requirements of the various clinic, administrative, academic, research and student functions.
  • Façade cladding replacement, including replacing all existing windows with more energy efficient double-glazed units.
  • Full refurbishment of the North building, excluding some shell space locations on L3 and L1.
  • North Building Level 3 – Internal alterations inc. demolition of existing office layout & fitout to facilitate a PC2 Wet Lab.
  • Installation of new plant on the rooftop of the Northern Wing to support the new PC2 Wet Lab.
  • Construction and commissioning of PC2 labs.
  • BCA Upgrade.
  • Upgrade of all associated building services.
  • Supply of a cold shell space only for the South Building.
  • 5 Star green star certified building.

When asked about the project, David Last, Hindmarsh State Manager – Construction NSW said, “Hindmarsh are proud to be given the opportunity to deliver the specialist upgrade works for this state-of-the-art facility at Macquarie University.

“Hindmarsh has a long-standing legacy of delivering research facilities in the ACT and SA and look forward in continuing this in NSW. This type of project is exactly the kind of opportunity which Hindmarsh relishes in delivering, and directly correlates with our company ethos ‘Creating the leading communities, sustainable buildings, learning hubs and social infrastructure for future generations’.

“I would like to thank the University and Turner & Townsend for giving us the opportunity and the Hindmarsh’s project team, our suppliers, subcontractors, and consultants for ‘hitting the ground running’ to ensure we can deliver this exciting research facility institute on time, in a safe manner.”

The refurbishment and upgrade project will facilitate closer ties between the Woolcock and Macquarie University’s integrated medical research, teaching and clinical hub MQ Health, providing joint opportunities for multidisciplinary research from basic discovery through to innovations in clinical practice, leading to better outcomes for patients.

Watch this space and follow our social channels for future milestone updates as the project progresses.

Key design partners:

  • Architect : MCA
  • Project Manager: Turner and Townsend
  • Structural  / Façade Consultant: TTW
  • Services Designers: ARUP, COVA Group, Raston Electrical , ICR Air Conditioning, Hi Tech Plumbing , Premium Fire and Hoslab
  • Fire Consultant: Holmes Fire
  • ESD: Thermal Environmental
  • Traffic: Transport Strategies
  • Access: iAccess Consultants
  • Acoustic: Stantec
  • Dangerous Goods: Riskcon
  • Lab Advisor: Kuttner Collins and Partners
  • AV: Haron Robson

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Goodman Gateway@Murarrie estate Queensland

Located at 17 Goodman Place the site comprises small to medium warehouse spaces, located adjacent to major arterial roads.

Hindmarsh will be delivering two new warehouses, including:

  • Structural steel portal framed warehouses – Unit 1 & Unit 2, 11,000 sqm of GFA with 28,654 sqm site
  • High clearance bays
  • 14 flush docks and 3 sunken docks with load levellers and dispatch offices with amenities
  • 15m wide cantilevered awning
  • Main office warehouse offices over two levels
  • Heavy duty hardstand
  • Battery charging
  • Light duty car parking
  • Separate (from truck access) carpark access.

Construction starts this month (Sept 2023) and is expected to reach completion in Mid 2024.

When asked about the project, Chadd Hume, Hindmarsh State Manager – Construction QLD said, “Hindmarsh  are excited to deliver this development  for Goodman’s a valued client We are committed to delivering a quality outcome and seamless service. This project will strengthen Hindmarsh’s presence in the Industrial space.”