Panorama Crows Nest, Sydney

OBJECTIVES
– Deliver a high-rise, premium apartment development offering magnificent Sydney harbour views
– Convert existing commercial and hotel buildings into 209 apartments and 140 car spaces
– Partially demolish an existing building and build 10 new storeys above
– Fit-out the apartments with medium to high quality finishes

ACHIEVEMENTS
Devised an alternative demolition sequencing solution for the client to shorten the programme and complete the project 16 weeks earlier.

EMPLOYER
Barana Group

VALUE AT COMPLETION
$72 million

LOCATION
Australia

PROJECT TYPE
Residential & Retail

DESCRIPTION
– 17 storeys
– 213 apartments
– 140 car spaces
– 7 retail spaces

COMMENCEMENT
September 2011

ESTIMATED COMPLETION
October 2013

Eastland Shopping Centre Stage 5 Ringwood, Vic

OBJECTIVES
– Significantly enhance the existing centre
– Introduce David Jones and 150 new and exciting tenancies
– Deliver an exceptional retail experience for Eastern Melbourne and beyond
– Create a world-class town square incorporating signature restaurants and generous public spaces
– Develop a new library, learning and cultural centre

ACHIEVEMENTS
Successfully collaborated with QIC during pre-construction phase
Utilised our extensive experience in the design and development of retail centres nationally

EMPLOYER
QIC Global Real Estate

ARCHITECT
The Buchan Group

VALUE AT COMPLETION
$400 million approx

LOCATION
Australia

PROJECT TYPE
Retail

DESCRIPTION
Expansion of approx 40,000m²

COMMENCEMENT
October 2013

ESTIMATED COMPLETION
Stage 1: Late 2015
Stage 2: Mid 2016

Mall of Africa

KAROWE MINE
KAROWE MINE
The new Mall of Africa is the flagship retail development for Atterbury and is situated near the Allandale offramp from the N1 in the Waterfall Precinct. The scale of the retail project is unprecedented in Africa, and is the largest retail development in Africa done in a single phase. This project is being carried out in a JV with Group 5. The gross building area of the project is nearly 500 000m2, the equivalent of 65 rugby pitches. There are over 7 500 parking bays, all structured parking. The site handover was on the 9th September 2013, with the opening planned for Easter in April 2016
Contract Duration: 28 Months
Contract Value: ZAR 2.2 Billion
Engineers: Aurecon
Client: Atterbury
Location: Allandale, Waterfall Precinct.

Menlyn Maine Central Square

The Menlyn Maine Central Square project comprises a 7 storey office block, a large retail section with all the major anchor tenants, including Pick & Pay, Spar and a Virgin Active, as well as a 5 storey hotel, all constructed on a super basement 3 levels deep with a total basement area of approximately 90,000 m2. The project will aim to achieve a four star Greenstar rating making it part of the largest green precinct in Africa. The estimated contract value is R 950 million and construction will take place over a single phase spanning 30 months. The project has kicked off with bulk earthworks, with an estimated total of 220 000 m3 of soil and rock to be removed. The total estimated structural concrete on the project is in the region of 65,000 m3, peaking at about 1 350 m3 per week.
Contract Duration: Jan 2014 - Nov 2016
Contract Value: ZAR 950 Million
Engineers: WSP Consulting Engineers
Client: Menlyn Maine Investment Holdings (Pty) Ltd
Location: Menlyn, Pretoria

Newtown Junction

The Newtown junction project is situated in the heart of Johannesburg, and can be seen from the M1 South highway. The project consists of a 4 level basement parking structure, two level shopping centre and 3 levels of office space above. Work commenced at the end of October 2012.

The project consists of 165 000m² of slabs and 60 000m³ of concrete and is the largest inner city development since the Carlton centre.

The project is situated adjacent to the Africa Museum and Market theatre where the preservation of the heritage associated with this part of Johannesburg is important. An example of this is the old potatoes sheds that are being refurbished to form part of the finished building and will house the food court and some restaurants.

Contract duration:
Oct 2012 - Oct 2014

Contract value:
R 800 Million

Architects:
DHK Architects LP Architects   

Client:
Atterbury Property Developments

Location:
Newtown, Jhb

Builders Warehouse Tete

The coal mining Industry in Mozambique has been vibrant over the past few years and has created a substantial influx of new business opportunities. One of these opportunities was to build the Builders Warehouse in Tete. The warehouse is situated alongside the main road running through Tete to the Malawian border and the prominent white façade which is typical of a Builders Warehouse store is highly visible.

After experiencing some logistical difficulties, the WBHO team completed the store on time and handed over on 23rd of August 2013. The opening was at the end of September. The warehouse consists of 2520m² of trading space which will provide the Tete community with convenient access to some much needed building supplies.

Contract duration:
Jan - Aug 2013

Contract value:
$2.2 Million

Engineer:
L&S Consulting

Client:
Massbuild

Location:
Tete, Mozambique

Trade Centre

EMPLOYER
Cape Gate

CONSULTANT
Stauch Vorster

YEAR COMPLETED
2004

VALUE AT COMPLETION
R29M

LOCATION
South Africa, Cape, Oostenberg

PROJECT TYPE
Retail

DESCRIPTION

Woolworths Distribution Centre

EMPLOYER
Woolworths (Pty) Ltd

CONSULTANT
R L Architects

YEAR COMPLETED
2007

VALUE AT COMPLETION
R241M

LOCATION
South Africa, Gauteng

PROJECT TYPE
Retail

DESCRIPTION


Bedford Shopping Centre

EMPLOYER
Hightower Properties

CONSULTANT
BKA Architects

YEAR COMPLETED
2004

VALUE AT COMPLETION
R120M

LOCATION
South Africa, Gauteng

PROJECT TYPE
Retail

DESCRIPTION
Alterations and refurbishment of shopping centre



Walker Drive Shopping Centre

EMPLOYER
Hightower Properties

CONSULTANT
Bentel Associates

YEAR COMPLETED
2004

VALUE AT COMPLETION
R46M

LOCATION
South Africa, Eastern Cape, Port Elizabeth

PROJECT TYPE
Retail

DESCRIPTION
The 15,000m2 centre consists of a single-level mall with Pick n Pay as its main anchor, and a concrete-framed glass circular restaurant building three storeys high.