Minda Master Plan Stage 2 & 3 Works
- Retirement Living - $80 Million
We are thrilled to be selected by Minda as their construction partner to deliver the next phase (stages 2 & 3) of the Minda Redevelopment at Brighton. It underlines the alignment in Values of our respective organisations including partnering and collaboration – with Minda supported industries taking an active role in the construction process.
Stage 2 & 3 of the wider Minda Masterplan includes construction of the following buildings:
- Two new multi-story residential towers on the beach front to compliment and extend the Brighton Dunes residential complex.
- Two new 3 story residential buildings to house Minda residents and clients that are currently living on site in other forms of accommodation.
- A new Lifestyle Precinct consisting of four single story buildings that will accommodate relocated existing Minda services and provide space for external providers to set up commercial businesses within the Minda facility.
- 18 new self-contained residential dwellings to house Minda residents and clients, extending on the facilities that were introduced in stage 1.
In support of the above new structures, there is a significant amount of site wide infrastructure that is to be installed, along with extensive re-modeling of the existing internal Minda road network. A number of new roads will be constructed, while a number of the existing roads will be removed. This is to be finished across the site with extensive landscaping, including new pathways and public spaces.
All new buildings will contain state of the art remote monitoring and electronic management systems linked to a single head end, delivered through an integrated commissioning lead process. Minda facilities will be able to provide 24 hour monitored supported care for their residents, and owners of Brighton Dunes apartments will enjoy leading technology innovation in their apartment living.
Sarah has engaged twelve long term unemployed Minda program participatnts in active project roles – six of these have continued long term employment.
We are very proud to be partnering with Minda, with the housing, medium density high care residential and lifestyle buildings handed over and operational. Brighton Dunes (residential towers) are on target to be completed on schedule and within budget.
Southern Cross Care
- Aged Care + Retirement Living - $48 Million
Imagine living nestled in the serene setting of the former Carmelite convent at Myrtle Bank. Southern Cross Care’s newest aged care facility will allow just that for its residents.
Sarah is building a $48 million development on the grounds of the former convent. The 5-storey development will feature 73 residential care units, 38 two-bedroom assisted living units and areas for allied health services. The 1,900 m2 facility will also include a therapy pool.
The development will comprise a constructed from concrete superstructure with a mixture of façade cladding types, including various building projections and window boxes. The site is bound by state heritage land and major arterial roads, so difficult site access will be expertly managed by Sarah.
Construction began in July 2016 and is set for completion in mid 2018.
Saints Road Shopping Centre
83 Saints Rod Nominees Pty Ltd
- Retail - $17 Million
The new Saints Road Shopping Centre retail development, located on the corner of Main North Road and Saints Road at Salisbury Plains, will provide a much-needed boost both aesthetically and economically to what has been a predominantly Industrial area.
A broad range of new facilities will be incorporated within the 21 tenancies of the primarily single-story building, including a Gymnasium, Restaurant, Medical centre and Foodland. A new free-standing McDonalds will also be built adjacent the centre on a separate title and share the integrated Carpark and potentially a future round about.
The Project has many facets from Demolition of an old BWS, Civil and Stormwater works to the build of the Centre itself. External features of the Shopping centre include the Glass Fibre Reinforced Concrete panels, large timber look decorative fins, an outdoor restaurant timber deck with automated louvers and surrounding glazed balustrades. Internally the Shopping centre will have natural light flooding in from the windows and large Skylights and will feature its own Green wall to offset the subway tiles within the amenities area.
Our First Stage involves demolition of existing carparks, grass areas and an existing BWS store, along with civil works associated with providing a new building pad for McDonalds. We will then proceed with Stage 2 which is to complete the Base build of the Shopping Centre, followed by completion of the Fit out of the specialty stores and Foodland.
Once complete the Shopping centre is sure to attract many customers traveling along Main North Road with its large Pylon, Building Signage and Shaded Landscaped Carpark, providing a large-scale retail shopping precinct and service centre for the Salisbury community at the intersection of two main roads.
This project is set for hand over in December 2018.
Campbelltown Memorial Oval
Campbelltown City Council
- Recreation - $7.1 Million
The Campbelltown Memorial Oval Sport Hub is a landmark project for the Campbelltown Council as it celebrates 150 years of service.
Through a competitive Lump Sum Tender, Sarah Constructions have been appointed as the Builder of Choice and are excited to continue the working relationship based on trust, ability and a customer focused approach.
The multi-purpose hub will host and home a range of sporting disciplines including football, touch football, cricket and darts. The structure comprises a mixture of materials including concrete, structural steel, precast, light weight cladding products and aluminium glazing. A tiered seating and function terrace overlooks the oval which will cater for spectators with the ability to hold social events. Internally, the ground floor will have home and away change rooms, storage facilities, amenities and a hall with the first level consisting of a bar, function room and offices.
Construction commenced in February 2018 with an expected completion in November 2018.
St Marys College Gymnasium + Administration
St Marys College
- Education - $8.9 Million
St Marys College is increasing its Year 7 capacity with an additional 3 classes by 2019. As a result of this increase to the schools population, St Marys College through the appointed project management service Thinc Turner Townsend have engaged Sarah Constructions to undertake the redevelopment of the West Terrace portion of the site to provide a new stand-alone facility.
The scope of works consists of the demolition of the existing Veritas Hall and the construction of a multipurpose facility which includes:
- Classrooms to house the art department located on the ground floor of the building along with a Year 12 Centre/hub enabling flexible teaching spaces and breakout areas.
- A full size indoor gym which is dimensioned appropriately to contain a full-size netball court located on the 1st floor.
- 2nd floor mezzanine viewing areas and storage facilities throughout.
The external façade of the building is made up of a mixture of VM Zinc Cladding and Rodeca Translucent Sheeting, the latter being a completely new product within the Adelaide market. The buildings prominent location on the corner of West Terrace and Franklin Street is ideal to showcase this new innovative product.
As part of the West Terrace Development, Sarah Constructions are also undertaking refurbishment works within the Schools existing Boylan Building. The Boylan Building is heritage listed and as such involves some extensive quality control with respect to the refurbishment works, ensuring all Heritage considerations are met. These works are concurrent with the main portion of the project works and include:
- Extended reception area.
- Amended staff office areas, general learning areas and IT facilities.
- Landscaping works.
Sarah Constructions mobilised onsite at the beginning of December 2017 with planned completion September 2018.
Kildare College Multi Purpose Centre
Catholic Church Endowment Society Incorporated
- Education - $4.5 Million
The Kildare College New Multipurpose Centre consists of the demolition of existing sheds and sports courts and the construction of a new 1600sqm facility and associated landscaping and carparks. The striking façade of the building, including detailed architecturally grooved, shot blasted and coloured precast concrete along with powder coated suspended metal fins, will ensure this striking building will be a stand out facility for the school to enjoy for years to come.
This new space will accommodate a full size netball court (that doubles up as whole school assembly area), a Dance studio (which converts to a stage for performances for whole school presentations) and also incorporates for Music theory and practice rooms. The construction of this facility will then allow existing classrooms that held these subjects, to be converted into Drama, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics facilities.
The Multi-purpose Centre will enable the College to continue its emphasis as a Performing Arts College. The school strongly believes this facility will enable the girls to flourish in subject areas of Dance, Drama, Music and Visual Arts and building self-confidence, public speaking and artistic flair. Furthermore, Students will also participate in a variety of health related and skill related physical activities which will provide them with an appreciation of the need for lifelong physical activity including the capacity to make healthy choices.
Completion of this exciting new facility is expected in October 2018.
Prince Alfred College Boarding House
Prince Alfred College
- Education - $21.2 Million
With facilities over 8,000m2 across five floors encompassing new premium accommodation for over 150 students, breakout spaces & garden areas, Hames Sharley’s design was driven by existing site constraints, the vision for pastoral care and environmental considerations culminating in a three-wing facility with a central core. This ‘heart space’ facilitates connectivity and interaction between multiple boarding houses and also the wider school community via the pedestrian footbridge link which provides safe passage for boarders to and from the main campus.
Completion of this project is due January 2019.
The animation of the project can be viewed here
Adelaide Airport Export Park - Building 183
- Office + Commercial - $5.2 Million
Adelaide Airport Limited (AAL) have embarked on a re-invigoration of late 1980’s warehouse stock in the Export Park business district and Sarah Constructions have been engaged to design and construct an exemplar open plan industrial feel new head office for OZ Minerals’.
The collaboration of the project teams, including AAL, OZ Minerals, Studio 9, Crackerjack Engineers & Trinamic Consulting, has ensured the character and scale of the existing warehouse is enhanced without compromising on the acoustic, thermal and daylighting performance associated with a ‘typical’ office. The design for the office space is vibrant, open and provides ample natural light. Significant acoustic design considerations have been made to ensure a comfortable work environment is provided for office staff given the location of the building within the Adelaide Airport Precinct and the close proximity to operating Aircraft.
Construction commenced in January 2018 with a fast track program pushing for completion mid June 2018.
St Francis de Sales College Multi Purpose Hall
Catholic Church Endowment Society Incorporated
- Education - $8.5 Million
This four court 4000sqm $8.5 million project is a significant project for the College as well as the local hills community. Unparalleled in size and scope for school based facilities in South Australia this building will meet all of the requirements for competition to international standard as required by the Federation of International Basketball Associations.
This capital development is one of the most significant ever undertaken by Catholic Education South Australia. It is a strong vote of confidence in the role St Francis de Sales College has to play in expanding to meet the growing demand of families in Mount Barker and surrounds for high quality educational opportunities for children from ages 3 to 18 in the community. Sarah are looking forward to the challenges of constructing such a facility which include maintaining student access to adjacent facilities through a series of manned access gates and the planning and execution of the structural steel roof structure which spans 75m.
Pembroke Middle School Redevelopment
- Education - $21 Million
The Pembroke Middle School Redevelopment will be an industry leading project and an iconic statement within the education department.
The floor plan layout consists of three levels:
- Ground Floor (Workshops & Technology)
- First Floor (Science)
- Second Floor (Art & Design)
This design has been derived from close / detailed consultation within the school which has been driven by their teaching culture and their way of learning. The design is contemporary but takes into consideration the suburbs external environments.
A central atrium on the ground within the heart of the building provides flexible learning spaces and provides a place for social events including art, science and technology exhibitions.
The building has been designed to embrace the unique geometry of the site and provide definition to the site edges with strong corners.
A new pedestrian bridge will connect the new facility with the existing King’s Campus which will span across Shipsters Road.
Check out our latest progress on site Pembroke Middle School Time Lapse Dec 2017
Lutheran Homes Community Centre
- Aged Care - $3.5 Million
The new Lutheran Homes Community Centre will provide a much-needed upgrade to the central hub of the Glynde Lutheran community. The development will provide an aesthetically appeasing facility for the community to meet for social events, classes or recreational activities. Along with the new Community Centre, an extension to the Church and outdoor area will provide a meeting area for the community pre or post Church service whilst enjoying a BBQ or a pizza from the wood pizza oven under the new BBQ canopy. The carpark will also be expanded to provide desired carparks for the community.
Sarah Construction will undertake the upgrade in 3 stages to maintain Church services for the community.
- Stage 1 will consist of the demolition and construction of a new Community Centre, Church foyer extension and BBQ canopy, \ upgrade of the mechanical system to the Church, new Church cross, landscaping and new canopy to the Church entrance.
- Stage 2 will consist of the demolition of the existing Admin building for the expansion of the carparking facility.
The external façade of the building will provide an iconic development to the area with the implementation of curved and angled masonry bricks whilst maintaining the character in the area. This building will be guaranteed to turn heads.
Construction commenced in January 2018 with an expected completion in December 2018.
Lifecare Reynella Lodge
- Aged Care - $4.9 Million
The Lifecare Reynella Lodge Extension consists of the demolition of existing site infrastructure to facilitate the construction of a new 31 bed Aged Care facility.
The structure comprises a mixture of materials including CFC light weight cladding, external brickwork and aluminium glazing. The new extension will link in with the existing facility, providing new staff and patient dining areas, kitchens and external decking.
The site works involve extensive demolition and earth works, including engineered compacted fill to prepare for the level 1 building pad, pavement and carpark works.
The key site trades are Services, Concrete and Structural steel, with hydro-vac trenching required to prepare for underground gas, fire and storm water pipe works and pits. The concrete works include ramps, strip footings, raft footings, trench piers, slab on ground and suspended slab.
Resthaven Murray Bridge
- Aged Care - $12.7 Million
The Resthaven master plan will provide both new and refurbished beds, car parking and operational facilities for residents and staff.
The works are to be undertaken in stages and will include:
Stages 1A & B – Demolition of the existing housing units located on the site and owned by Resthaven.
Construction of new two storey addition including provision of 18 new beds and new carpark area (38 spaces).
Stage 2 – Internal refurbishment to 20 existing bedrooms and associated spaces within Elva Harrip & Homburg wings.
Stage 3 – Demolition of existing Administration, Talbot, Jenkins and Christopher Building including 20 beds, laundry and kitchen facilities. Demolition of existing carparking off Swanport Road. Construction of new two storey building including new Administration, Laundry, Kitchen and 20 beds. Construction of new access roads and car parking, retaining walls and detention swale.
Stage 4 – Construction of new single storey community services building including carport.
Resthaven Aberfoyle Park
- Aged Care + Retirement Living - $24 Million
This new 7500m2 two and a half storey Resthaven Aged Care Facility located in Aberfoyle Park features 100 beds, including large internal courtyards, external activity areas, and café.
Having an existing site with a 7 meter cross fall, the construction of the new facility substructure is a mix of ground on slabs and suspended Bondek slabs.
The substructure is made of primarily structural steel and precast panels, which is to receive various external cladding finishes and glazing.
Completion of this project is due mid July 2018.
Allity Aged Care
- Aged Care + Retirement Living - $24 Million
Just 12kms south-west of the Adelaide CBD, sits Allity’s Somerton Park aged care facility. Allity’s new flagship centre is set in a beautiful location, only a short drive from the beach and will boast 101 beds for its residents.
Sarah was contracted to coordinate all new electrical, fire and communications infrastructure for this very comfortable, three-storey facility.
Significant site restrictions are a challenge that Sarah has already addressed. Approval from adjacent land owners was secured in order to ensure access for site amenities and cranes. This forward thinking prevented the need to build in stages, reducing overall construction time.
Infrastructure Investment Programme
University of Adelaide
- Education - $90+ Million
The University of Adelaide’s Infrastructure Investment Programme designed to accommodate the future planning needs of technology and facilities around its campus.
Sarah has successfully completed a series of refurbishment, fit-out and extension projects for the University, across its fully occupied Adelaide campus, the city and the parklands.
Safety is high on the agenda for Sarah and the team continues to work closely with the University Safety and Building Management teams, to develop detailed plans based on the institution’s stringent safety requirements. This approach has ensured the safety of not only the students and staff, but also the sub-contractors and the general public.
- Retail - $10+ Million (Collective Value)
Sarah’s customer-focused team of supermarket specialists has worked closely with ALDI, providing tailored projects to suit the discount chain’s specific needs. By working closely with local management, Sarah ensured store fit-outs meet strict timeframes set by ALDI group management based in Germany.
Some of the ALDI projects, include:
- ALDI Nuriootpa – With a Christmas deadline project delivery was accelerated allowing ALDI to open for trade over the Christmas period. Sarah’s ability to integrate fit out with base build allowed for a quick build and successful project outcome for the client.
- ALDI Modbury – this project needed to be of the highest quality, but in a very short time frame. Sarah also needed to manage and monitor ALDI’s nominated trade subcontractors, to ensure they could meet the strict programme requirements.
- ALDI Parafield Gardens – one of the first ALDI supermarkets to be built in SA and included the new 2000m2 building, storm water drainage and car park.
- ALDI Hallett Cove – a complicated project that required Sarah to re-route deliveries for other tenants / shop keepers, due to the redesign of the existing car park.
- Retail - $30+ Million (Collective Value)
Woolworths has a long term and on-going relationship with Sarah – recognising us as the construction company with the experience and dedicated team to deliver successful store builds and fit-outs – fast!
Sarah continues to work Woolworths on a number of projects, including being involved with design, cost management and programming. Woolworths require a high level of communication from Sarah on these projects, to ensure minimal disruptions to everyday trade within the supermarkets.
Significant projects include the 6450m2 Woolworths Shopping Centre at “Playford Alive” ($16 million), Aberfoyle Park (4.4 million), Waikerie Tenancy ($3 million) and Golden Grove ($2.9 million). Sarah delivered all of them on time. In fact, the Golden Grove project was completed in just 11 weeks and the Playford project was delivered well ahead of schedule, despite losing 18 days due to inclement weather.
Like other supermarkets and retails stores, Woolworths has strict conditions about keeping its stores fully operational, even when significant refurbishments are taking place. That’s why Woolworths came to Sarah in the first place: because of our flexible, customer-focused approach and significant amount of experience delivering on these type of jobs.
- Retail - $50+ Million
Sarah has worked extremely hard to establish a strong relationship with Coles Supermarkets and has developed substantial retail experience to deliver successful store builds and fit-outs. On countless occasions, Sarah has also shown how to “go the extra yard” for Coles.
As a result of this strong working relationship, Coles has awarded Sarah multiple extension, refurbishment and fit-out programmes throughout South Australia, the Northern Territory and Tasmania. Sarah has delivered these projects successfully, every time.
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