Awarded by the Government of Western Australia’s Department of Finance - Building Management and Works, the office fit-out for the Mental Health Commission supports (MHC) a key focus area for Broad in the capability of commercial fit-out.
Works commenced on 11 January 2016 and completed following an intensive 18 week fit-out program.
The scope of the project included the commercial fit-out of two levels of the WorkZone East building, located on Nash Street on the fringe of Perth’s CBD.
Level 2 of the project was handed over on Friday, 15 April, and its occupants moved into the new office environment the following Monday. A staged handover of Level 1 followed. Now finished the office fit-out project houses around 200 employees.
The project comprised demolition of existing facilities, structural work, all joinery and cabinetwork, installation of operable wall systems, electrical services, mechanical services, hydraulic services, installation of audio visual equipment, ceilings and flooring, and all visual graphical elements of the fit-out.
Throughout the fit-out works, other levels of the six-storey building remained occupied and the team worked conscientiously to ensure disruption was kept to a minimum.
Broad brought experience and proficiency to the delivery of this project, including the capability to leverage existing knowledge of the building following our role as managing contractor for the base-build construction of both buildings (east and west) in 2013.
The team also undertook the integrated fit-out (in 2013) of the opposing building - WorkZone West, for which we received the Best Building Fit-out award at the Master Builders Western Australia 2014 Bankwest Excellence in Construction Awards.