Following are details of some current and recent projects.
Have you ever built three new stories on top of a fully occupied Heritage listed building in the heart of the city? Project Insite has and project managed this incredibly challenging expansion project for its private owners from project inception, Town Planning and Heritage permits right through to handing over the keys.
The development involved adding on approximately 1,000sqm of A-class office space on the previous building rooftop and upgrading the mechanical ventilation systems, lift and other services infrastructure to the building as well as adding on a new glass lift shaft and lift to the building entry. All the works were co-ordinated with the existing building tenants and delivered under budget under a Design & Construct contract.
Project Insite is pleased to announce the near completion of the Baillieu Limited new office fit out in the ‘Paris-end’ of Collins Street – no better place to be in Melbourne.
Working together with John Hurley’s Australian Corporate Interiors, the new headquarters of EL&C Baillieu will be completed shortly and incorporates beautifully designed quality finishes suited to the excellent Baillieu Limited reputation. The development includes electric ‘Sit/Stand’ workstations for all staff along with offices, meeting rooms, breakout and corporate kitchens and other utility areas.
Project Insite was the Superintendent and provider of part Project Management services for this Lump Sum expansion project. This development involved the construction of an underground carpark and two levels of office space behind and connecting to the college’s existing and fully occupied office.
In addition to the expanded office area, the development required areas of connection between the existing and new building as well as reconfiguration of one of the College’s learning rooms.
The Dairy Innovations Australia development involved a significant expansion and works within a fully operating office, production facility and laboratory. The redevelopment works involved adding on 2 new wings to the existing single storey building and significant renovation and alteration works within the existing office area.
The result was extremely successful as the client maintained their safe and productive cultures manufacturing business while the works were staged around and within the existing building. The works were also completed within the allocated budget.
Another technically and logistically challenging CBD project involving the expansion of the Novotel on Collins and significant renovation of the food court within Australia on Collins shopping centre. The works encompassed the addition of 65 new hotel rooms connected to the existing and continually operating hotel and retail centre facility, plus the food court upgrade. The project was delivered under a D&C Contract and was delivered more than one month ahead of schedule.
The most unique development - Australia’s first contaminated waste material recycling facility using a pyrolysis gas rotating kiln. This was the most technically challenging development completed by Project Insite, who were contracted by Premier Developments, the Design & Construct contractor for the new facility. Not only responsible for constructing the building and base building services, we were responsible for all balance of plant as well as assembling and installing all German and Chinese manufactured imported plant and equipment.