Two stage campus redevelopment project, demonstrating the civil capabilities of Intract.
Intract Indigenous Contractors and McMahon Services were contracted by Coppock & Associates on behalf of Westminister School to undertake a two stage campus redevelopment project, which involved working between two sites 90kms apart.
The first stage of the project involved disconnecting and preparation works required to remove ablution blocks from Westminister at Marion and move them to the Point Sturt campus. Work at Point Sturt also included the installation of service trenches, electrical and hydraulic works, and building works such as new decking and work to amenities buildings and existing student dormitories.
Prior to the relocation of the buildings, Intract Indigenous Contractors undertook pad preparation and assisted with service works and disconnections.
The second stage of works consisted of the relocation of the ablution blocks. The challenge of manoeuvring the crane between existing buildings to gain access to the buildings to be removed was successfully achieved. Special attention was required for this operation to be completed safety, as the school remained fully functioning.
Further work at Point Sturt included internal fit-out of the dormitories and the addition of toilets and showers. A new industrial sewerage system was installed as an approved variation to the original scope of works.
Coppock & Associates and the Westminister staff were very happy with the project undertakings and final product.