St Martins Redevelopment

St Martins Redevelopment

  • Client
    St Martins Properties
  • Delivery
    Lump Sum
  • Completed
    October 2010

Transformation of the three towers

We completed the redevelopment of three adjacent buildings for St Martins Properties, in one of Perth’s prime CBD locations.

Numbers 40, 44 and 50 St Georges Terrace were subject to a variety of transformations including new external appearances, interior works and entrance upgrades. The scope of the project saw buildings number 40 and 50 undergo recladding to the facades, providing the 35 year old buildings with an ultra new look through the use of alpolic cladding. Eight floors of number 50 were refurbished ready for a new tenant.

We also refurbished the ground floors of each of the buildings with glazing works and improvements to the entrance canopies.

The project was a return to the St Georges Terrace site for us, five years on from an original upgrade of the forecourt and entrance to the St Martins Tower at number 44.

Coordinating the project’s interface with the public was the biggest challenge across the project but our experience and systems provided a strong base for handling such complexities.

Due to strict noise restrictions during normal business hours, there was a lot of ‘out of hours’ work involved in aspects of the project. This was in addition to traffic management requirements for deliveries on what is a main arterial road in Perth’s CBD and a high pedestrian area.

A total of five mast climbers were used across the project on the public facades, while areas not primarily visible to the public received maintenance and painting with access gained via swing stages.

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