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Untitled - Quadric
Providing reliable services and producing quality work is paramount to
customer satisfaction and a business’s ongoing success. Neither of these
principles should be sacrificed in the attempt to increase sales.
Allen Scott - Board Chairman
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QUADRIC
Our Company
Our Capabilities
Our People
Best Practice
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OUR COMPANY
Fitout, Construction, Joinery, Maintenance
Since its foundation in 1982, Quadric has established itself as an industry-leading
commercial building contractor.
In this time, we have successfully completed almost $500 million
and 600,000m2 of contracts in fields ranging from public spaces
and government buildings to educational institutions, offices and
commercial retail spaces.
We recognise that clients, along with quality, seek experience-based
skill and reliability. Rather than delegating risk and responsibility to
subcontractors, we choose to complete a large proportion of project
work such as custom joinery in-house.
At Quadric, we advocate a collaborative approach to the construction
process. By facilitating communication between designers, clients
and all other entities involved in each project phase, we are able to
continuously provide the positive outcomes on which our reputation
has been built.
This allows both our clients and us to more closely monitor costs and
quality while providing greater flexibility and versatility.
Quadric has 50 direct staff, 50 contract staff, and a select list of
subcontractors with whom we have well-established, long-term
working relationships.
We measure our team’s value not only by their on-the-job experience,
but by their ability to build lasting client relationships.
30 Years of project experience in every
industry sector.
500,000,000
projects.
Dollars in completed
15,000,000
Dollars largest single
contract value to date.
2500
Square metres of office and
workshop facilities.
Quadric has 50 direct staff, 50 contract staff, and a select list of
subcontractors with whom we have well-established, long-term working
relationships.
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BEST PRACTICE
When you work with Quadric, you have the confidence in knowing that not only will
your project benefit from world-class HSEQ practices, but also that you are dealing
with a company with a clear ethical agenda for our operations.
An industry leader in innovation, Quadric is constantly evolving to meet the needs of its dynamic projects, increasing diverse clients, and evolving
world challenges. Determined to provide a service that can be relied upon to tackle these tough issues, Quadric’s directors engage in a process of
continual improvement and independent review.
INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Our custom build integrated
business management system
is at the heart of our day to day
operations.
It allows us to remove overlaps in legislative and volantary
requirements, and streamline our paperwork, while giving us a much
clearer view of our performance. The decisions that are made in the
company are based on not on mere minimum requirements, but in a
more holistic fashion, by taking into account ethics, morals, and ideas,
that may not yet be legally binding, but meet certain evidentary,
precautionary, or risk management status.
QUALITY
Credentials: Quality Managament System
- Certified to ISO9001
By collaborating with all parties involved, Quadric
encourages open communication and smooth
processes to meet all expectations. To fulfil customer
and applicable regulatory requirements throughout building
services and fitouts, we regularly obtain client feedback and improve
our management processes. Training, support, supervision and
information are readily available to all employees, contractors and
customers to ensure quality and safety objectives are standardised to
a high level. From the intricately carved balustrades of a staircase to
the polished finish on the boardroom table, excellence in quality for
all projects is assured.
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Credentials:
1% of profits to charity
As an ‘integrated’ contractor with capabilities of performing much
of our work in-house, we are in the unique position of being able to
not only promote corporate social responsibility, but also to engage
in it in a way that affects change. Quadric has been an supporter of
charitable endevours and a facilitater of connections between our
staff, contractors, and those in need; for the last 30 years; including
Red Cross, Unicef, Sporting Wheelies, Careflight, and many more.
In January 2012, we are taking things a step further with the launch
of ‘The Quadric Project’ : an exciting venture which aims to formalise
Quadric’s philinthropic endevours and further engage in dialogue and
assistance between ourselves and charities. We work with both major
NGO’s and small grass-roots organisations to deliver assistance in the
form of money, time, and goods and services.
To start the ball rolling, each year Quadric donates 1% of company
profit to the project. It is the opportunities that arise that make the
idea really special. It connects furniture from our clients to non-profit
offices, it allows staff to volunteer their time, it raises xmas gifts and
supplies for needy families, it assists subcontractors to lend their
services for shelters, and most importantly gives us all a sense of
community.
CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Credentials: Volume of training exceeds
federally recognixed benchmark by 5.
Our staff undergo a level of training and development which far
exceed statutory and even best practice standards*, with at least 5%
of our payroll spent on formal training both internally and externally.
Quadric as builder, even today, remains firmly rooted in past. We use
first principals to plan, construct, and complete a project that works.
We are down-to-earth collaborators that aim for the common goal of a
successful project.
* Australian Government voluntary benchmark for training of workers
is Benchmark A - 1%, and Benchmark B - 2%. Commonwealth Migration
Regulation 1994 - Sub regulation 2.59(d) & 2.68(e) Specification of
Training Benchmarks.
INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
Credentials: NCPCI Compliant
We work hard a promoting an ‘open-door’ policy with staff at all levels.
We are committed to consultation and co-operation with managment,
supervisors, employees, committees, subcontractors, suppliers, and
their representatives. We acknowledge our staff not as a company
resource, but as the heart and goodwill of the operation. Active
consultation and reporting on company direction is core to ensure we
maintain a shared vision.
We are an Australian Government National Code of Practice for the
Construction Industry compliant contractor, and as such respect the
rights of our workers to join or not join a union, in accordance with
freedom of associate provisions.
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SUSTAINABILITY & ENVIRONMENT
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY
Credentials: Environmental Management Certified to ISO14001
Credentials: Environmental Management Certified to AS4801
Quadric’s continual innovation in sustainabilty
is evident through our ongoing dedication to
partnering with like-minded companies to
All Quadric personnel undergo intensive safety
training and inductions which can be evidenced in
over 30 years of impeccable health and safety
provide our customers with the benefits of the latest R&D on
environmentally responsible options. With budget and construction
limitations in mind, we offer materials with health and environmental
merit including low Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) paints and
low formaldehyde medium density fibreboard (MDF) made from
plantation timber. These environmental solutions incur no additional
costs to clients due to increased efficiencies of materials and labour as
well as increased economy over the product’s lifecycle.
records across all building services. We promote an ethos of care and
responsibility for the health and safety of ourselves and all others
in the workplace. Committed to providing and maintaining a safe
and risk free environment, our third party accredited AS4801 Safety
Management System is our framework for setting policies, objectives,
procedures, inspections, measurements, audits and reviews.
Our third party accreditation testifies to our formalised system
of environmental control for all of our processes and operations.
Continual dedication for a greener, safer and healthier future is
apparent in our achievement of at least 65% of all waste produced
company wide is diverted from land-fill. using recycling or conversion
of 65% of general waste to green energy. Carbon offsets are also
employed for all 32 work vehicles.
Credentials: Green Building Council Members
With a full-time Green Building
Council of Australia Accredited
Professional onboard, Quadric
comprehensively supports the
needs of clients seeking official certification for their project. Our
experience and knowledge in fitout and construction projects ensures
accurate and relevant Green Star rating documentation is completed
on time to enhance chances of receiving successful rating. A number
of successful sustainable projects have been delivered in this way.
SYSTEMS
Credentials: FSC Accreditation
The FSC works with industry and
government
stakeholders
towards
achieving
the
highest
possible
occupational health and safety standards
on Australian building and construction
projects.
Following the Cole Royal
Commission Report, this body charged
with administering a scheme to raise the
safety record of the construction industry.
Quadric fully supports the work of the commissioner and, in applying
for accreditation, has agreed to spend considerable time and effort
demonstrating our compliance with ‘best practice’ OHS standards for
all building services. Our achievement in gaining this accreditation
not only allows us to perform projects over $3 million directly funded
by the Federal Government, it also provides state, local, and private
clients with the assurance that they are dealing with a contractor
at the forefront of OHS, having proven themselves through truly
independent audits.
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Credentials: PQC 3 Queensland Government
COST
CORPORATE
SOCIAL
RESPONSIBILITY
SUPPORT
&
ENGAGEMENT
QUALITY
BEST
PRACTICE
TIME
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SUSTAINABILITY
&
ENVIRONMENT
HEALTH
&
SAFETY
TRAINING
Even with Quadric’s success in ethical dealings over the past 3 decades,
this is an ever-evolving process, where we are continually tuned for
improvement.
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OUR CAPABILITIES
Fitout, Construction, Joinery, Maintenance
With an emphasis on communication and collaboration,
capabilities span every stage of the construction process.
Beyond our specialisation in all aspects of
commercial interiors, including in-house
custom joinery, we provide practical,
effective construction management and
estimation services from the earliest stages
of each project.
Quadric has extensive industry experience
and a proven track record for completing
works of greatly varying sizes and
complexities. We continue to successfully
deliver, to an undisputed level of excellence,
projects in a diverse range of industries,
including:
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Corporate Offices
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Education
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Retail
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Healthcare and Science
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Hospitality
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Government
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Airport and Public Spaces
Quadric’s
Our focus on cooperation allows for clear,
uninterrupted diffusion of ideas and intentions
between all parties involved. This streamlined
approach works to ensure each project is
completed on time and within budget, while
maintaining faithful attention to end clients,
designers and project managers’ needs.
Through a continuing process of self
evaluation and internal review, Quadric is
constantly striving to improve. As we are
defined by the quality of our work, and by
our management of each and every project,
we painstakingly police ourselves through
ongoing critical appraisals of our processes
and performance.
Contact
Janie Merrett
Business Development
P (07) 3275 0003
E [email protected]
FITOUT
Registered Building Contractor QBSA
17647
Class
Open
Commercial
interior
fitouts
are
Quadric’s
core
discipline.
Working
in
close
collaboration
with
clients,
project
managers, architects and designers,
we
eliminate
miscommunications
and misunderstandings.
Through
our
commitment
to
cooperation,
we
have
repeatedly
proven our ability to deliver flawless
outcomes on time and budget.
Quadric will fulfil any of the following
roles in delivering your commercial
interior:
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Client Representative
Principal Contractor
Design and Construct
Building Maintenance
Partitioning Subcontractor
Partitioning Distribution
We regularly accommodate projects
ranging from small reception fitouts
to multi-storey refurbishments.
Notable
recent
clients
include
Suncorp, Rio Tinto, The University
of Queensland, Central Queensland
University, Origin Energy, Phillips Fox
Solicitors, Qantas, and many more.
Contact
Peter Kowald
Senior Estimator
P (07) 3275 0012
E [email protected]
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CONSTRUCTION
In keeping with our commitment
to
cooperation
and
collaboration,
Quadric offers services in construction
& management.
In
particular,
complex
and/or
fasttracked projects require executive
decision making and easily accessible
information and interaction.
Our involvement in the early stage of
a project carries numerous benefits,
not least of all, faster resolution,
expert buildability input, and cost
savings.
As a construction manager Quadric
alleviates these stresses and potential
expenses.
As
an
open
licenced
builder, we deliver complex structural
re-work
to
existing
commercial
buildings
along
with
small-scale
construction.
By eliminating the back and forth
inherent in complex projects, and
by
instead
working
closely
with
clients
and
designers,
Quadric
delivers results that far more faithfully
represent our clients’ original wishes.
Contact
JP Kennedy
Construction Manager
P (07) 3275 0011
E [email protected]
Our 2000m2 factory workshop gives us the
freedom to more faithfully create and deliver
clients and designers’ visions.
aluminium, stainless, stonework, terrazzo,
plastics & composites.
Completing custom joinery in-house also
offers us uninhibited control.
Our
highly
qualified
craftsmen
are
career
cabinetmakers
whose
diligence and attention to detail are
unrivalled in the industry.
JOINERY
Using a combination of traditional
methods
and
advanced
computercontrolled
machinery,
we
create
stunning custom designs at higher
speed & with greater precision.
Quadric Joinery work in any medium,
including timber, veneers, laminate,
Quadric’s
Maintenance
and
Minor
Works
Division
employs
full-time
specialist staff.
Contact
Gary Wood
Joinery Manager
P (07) 3275 0013
E [email protected]
Our
custom-designed
software
contains
details
on
each
client’s
works, enabling faster, more accurate
responses to call-outs.
They offer on-site support, including:
MAINTENANCE
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Preventative maintenance
Building repairs
Office alterations
Paint and plastering
Glass breakage repairs
Repairs to Cabinets, & Furniture
Relocations
Electrical and plumbing upgrades
For leasing agents, body corporates
and
businesses,
Quadric’s
maintenance
and
minor
works
services offer a one-stop solution for
any smaller fixes, either on demand,
or under a term agreement.
Our technicians are the trusted choice by
private & government departments alike.
Contact
Gavin Thorley
Manager - Maintenance & Minor Works
P (07) 3275 0021
E [email protected]
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Ben Scott - Managing Director
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What is Quadric?
We are group of people,
construction professionals and tradespeople,
with a shared vision: to transform ideas into reality.
OUR PEOPLE Transform ideas into reality
With over 50 direct staff, 50 contract staff, and a select group of subcontractors, here is a just a snapshot of our team.
ALLEN SCOTT
Board Chairman
BEN SCOTT
Managing Director
PETER KOWALD
Commercial Manager
JP KENNEDY
Construction Manager
Dip Bld,
Qualified Cabinetmaker
Licenced Builder
B App Sc (Hons) (Const Mgt)
Cert IV Project Management
Licensed Builder
B IT
B Bus
B App Sc (Const Mgt) Dip
Proj Mgmt
Licensed Builder
Allen began his career in
1960 and founded Quadric in
1982. The strategic vision for
his business, which he views
as an extended family, is to
focus on quality first. As Board
Chairman, Allen is committed
to building a culture of the
utmost responsibility and
standards of work.
Having grown-up in a
construction orientated
family, Ben has a lifetime
of involvement in the
construction industry.
Priding himself on intimate
knowlege of every facet of
the business, Ben lends his
dynamic and innovating
outlook, while maintaining
ultimate responsibility for
the company at large.
With a diverse background
in sectors such as
Technology, Finance, and
Forestry, Peter’s project
management skills, zest for
numbers and his winning
personality have proven
a success at Quadric since
2006. As Commercial
Manager he has the role
of developing solutions to
clients needs and ensuring
that as a company we
deliver on those promises.
Beginning his career
15 years ago as a site
engineer, JP has worked
on a diverse range of
projects, including new
build and refurbishment.
As Construction Manager
at Quadric, JP leads our
Project Managers, using his
extensive knowlege and
experience, ensuring the
team promptly manage and
resolve issues, ensuring final
project quality.
GARY WOOD
Joinery Manager
DAVID WALKER
Senior Estimator
JAMES COURT
Estimator
BRETT WARNER
Optima Technical Sales
Qualified Carpenter
Joiner & Bar Fitter
Joining Quadric in 1992
with 20 years experience in
his trade, Gary is in charge
of Quadric’s acclaimed
in-house custom joinery
workshop. Maintaining
close communication with
designers and architects, Gary
oversees works from design
to completion, and is a well
known character within the
design community.
Qualified Carpenter
David is an individual across
all the ‘nuts and bolts’
of construction, having
commenced his career
in the hardware trade.
Now with a long career
construction estimating
career established, he is
our Senior Estimator and
holds primary responsibility
for preparing tenders and
mentoring the other staff in
the department.
With experience in glazing,
commercial partitions,
aluminiumwork, and
hardware, James is attuned
to reading what is on and
what might be missing
from a set of drawings. He
supports our clients by
conducting estimates and
provides buildability advice
in keeping with Quadric’s
collaborative attitude.
With a career built on
problem solving and
customer communication,
he uses his technical and
Industry knowledge to
assist clients, designers,
and specifiers in their
specification of the Optima
Partition system. Brett
is taking this already
successful division to the
next level.
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DOUG BLANCHFIELD
Senior Project Manager
ANTHONY HO
Project Manager
MONISH KHADYE
Project Manager
NEVILLE WAREHAM
Project Manager
Cert IV Project Management
Qualified Cabinetmaker
Site Supervisor Licence
Cert IV Bld & Const
Qualified Carpenter
Site Supervisor Licence
Dip Bld
Qualified Carpenter
Site Supervisor Licence
Doug has been with
Quadric since the year of it’s
foundation, during which
time he has developed a deep
understanding and aptitude
for all things constructionrelated. A valued source
of assistance to both staff
and clients alike, Doug has
maintained relationships
over many years with some of
Brisbane’s elite companies.
With 17 years experience
in Construction &
Development working
as both a Carpenter and
Site Manager, Anthony
has become an acclaimed
Project Professional on both
fitout & multi-residential
projects. Anthony is also
driven by a passion for
achieving quality project
results whilst ensuring well
maintained communication,
always remaining calm &
collected.
Both trade and Tertiary
qualified, Monish has a
no nonsense approach
to Project Management.
He develops consultant
relationships with his wide
construction knowledge.
Monish has delivered several
fast-tracked and complex
projects with Quadric
and we have confidence
that he will continue to
deliver consistent project
outcomes.
Cert IV Bld & Const. Dip Proj
Mgmt
Qualified Carpenter
Site Supervisors Licence
GAVIN THORLEY
Manager, Minor Works
STEVE SMYTHE
Project Manager, Minor
Works
AIKEN WALKER
Contract Administrator
JULIAN SOLER
HSEQ Manager
B App Sc (Hons) (Const Mgt)
Dip OHS, Cert IV Train &
Assess, WHSO, Rehab Coord,
Qualified Carpenter
Like his trade staff, Gavin
is multiskilled, giving his
clients a dedicated level of
service, combined with a
commitment to ensuring
promt delivery. Gavin has
provided sole management
of the Quadric service and
maintenance division since
its inception in 2005, and
has also been crucial in the
successful transition of this
department to the delivery of
minor works.
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Qualified Carpenter
Since commencing his
career as an apprentice
in the 1970s, Steve has
accumulated broad
experience across
innumerable areas within
the construction industry,
including defence,
government, healthcare and
corporate clients. Nothing
is too much trouble for this
highly capable and handson Project Manager.
Educated in the UK, Aiken
keeps our projects running
by ensuring that all our
internal processes are
being carefully completed,
assisting the PM to achieve
timely completion. Friendly,
an approachable, Aiken is
always ready to be involved
in project discussions
whenever he is called upon.
Neville provides a
knowledgable and
hands-on trade background
combined with a Diploma
in Project Management
and Cert IV in Building
and Construction. Neville
has also fostered some of
Quadric’s signature projects
to their built reality. Known
to lead by example, Neville
offers dedication to delivery
combined with technical
excellence, and has already
proven his capability as a
Project Manager.
Julian is an experienced
manager both with internal
systems and on site,
having worked previously
for both mutli-national &
government organisations.
With a keen eye for detail,
Julian specialises in
streamlining the myriad of
legislative requirements in
the market today, and aids
in ensuring Quadric deliver
a service free from risk and
harm.
MICHAEL RATHBONE
Financial Controller
CHERYL BECKETT
Office Manager
MICHELLE PENN
Receptionist
Cheryl has worked in
many positions around
Australia and East Timor.
With experience in
administration, accounts
and supervisory customer
service. Cheryl is in charge
of all office administration
activities and facilities.
An experienced and
enthusiastic individual,
Michelle is often the first
contact customers have with
our organisation. Michele
has built a rapport with
our client and contractor
base which allows her to go
beyond the everday role of a
receptionist.
B Comms (Hons), CPA.
Michael’s comprehensive
experience includes time
working as an auditor, finance
officer, accountant, financial
controller and even a period
in the Tax Office. As Quadric’s
FInancial Controller, he is
responsible for enhancing
procedural and financial
efficiency, in turn passing
savings on to our Clients.
LEE WOOD
Joinery Supervisor
Cert IV Training & Assessment
Qualified Cabinetmaker.
A career cabinetmaker since
1999, Lee jointly handles
much of the day-to-day
running of Quadric’s custom
joinery division. He ensures
the accuracy and efficiency
of the company’s joinery
construction, delivery and
installation, paying close
attention to site-specific
details.
CRAIG FORSTER
Joinery Supervisor
Cert IV Training &
Assessment
Qualified Cabinetmaker
Craig’s background in
furniture cabinetmaking
has given him a keen eye for
intricate detail and accuracy.
Using this experience to
bring architectural drawings
to life, Craig follows each
project from the very start,
ensuing Quadric’s strict
standards are adhered to.
LEANDA CAMPBELL
Maintenance
Administrator
Keeping track of hundreds
of weekly maintenance
callouts is no small task, and
Leanda handles the pressure
with ease. Clients log all
manner of tasks with our
helpdesk and it is her job to
get the technician there and
works performed on time
and budget.
RUBEN PENILO
Joinery Supervisor
TREVOR JOHNSON
Partitioning Supervisor
Qualified Cabinetmaker.
Qualified Wood Machinist.
A role central to retaining
our reputation as having the
finest quality in Brisbane,
Ruben has been with
Quadric for a number of
years. He has developed
into a skilled and meticulous
craftsman, and mentors
other staff, to assist in
bringing out their potential.
A long term and dedicated
staff member, Trevor has
worked as a wood machinist
and cabinetmaker in the
workshop for many years.
He has worked as our
Factory Foreman, and now
supervises partitioning a
role integral to ensuring
continuous operations of
the project delivery.
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BEN MORRIS
Site Foreman
BRYCE DAY
Site Foreman
TONY MISCALL
Site Foreman
MARK HUMBERSTONE
Site Foreman
Qualified Carpenter
Qualified Carpenter / Joiner
Qualified Carpenter
Supervisors Licence
Builders Licence
Cert IV Building
Cert IV OHS
Licenced Builder
With 12 years industry
experience, Ben’s smile
remains, through some of
the toughest jobs. With a
genuine interest in all aspects
of a project, Ben goes above
and beyond to ensure our
Clients are also smiling. A
very capable tradesman, he
completed his apprenticeship
with Quadric, and knows
fitout inside and out.
Bryce has succeeded in
many roles at Quadric
including Cabinetmaker,
Maintenance Tradesman,
Carpenter and now Site
Foreman. He is the go-to
man who can pick up a
problem and turn it around.
He is well liked by clients
and site personnel, and
smooths the path with ease.
There is in impressive list of
complex projects delivered
under is guise
Tony joined Quadric in 2007
with a lifetime of experience
in the building industry and
4 years recent experience
working within the fast
paced commercial fitout
industry. A reliable and
multiskilled addition to the
Quadric team, Tony’s skills
have led him to become a
dependable Site Foreman.
In the trade for over 35
years, Julian has built
high-rises, million dollar
residences and managed
commercial projects all
over the country. His folio
includes some of Quadric’s
more complex projects
including aviation and civil
projects.
BRETT HOPKINS
Site Foreman
TIM FILMER
Site Foreman
GERARD OFLYNN
Site Foreman
BRIAN BARRY
Site Foreman
Qualified Carpenter
Qualified Carpenter
Supervisors Licence
Builders Licence
Qualified Carpenter
Builders Licence
Qualified Carpenter
Dip Construction
Carpentry Licence
Brett can has been a top
notch carpenter for years with
Quadric, and now in his role
of Site Foreman is transfering
his skills to others. He has
delivered several complex
projects to key clients, with
calm confidence.
Quadric has a long and
successful relationship
with Tim Filmer. He has
delivered some of Quadric’s
most intricate and quality
projects. Tim has a can-do
attitude and works at the
‘coal face’ to put into action
what is planned.
With 31 years experience in
the construction industry
Gerard had acquired a
diverse background of
knowledge and skills
ranging from general
domestic works to
large scale commercial
projects, in contracting,
Site Management, Project
Management.
Brian has a background in
carpentry from his native
Ireland. Having worked
with builders on large
commercial projects he
quickly progressed to
site foreman and project
manager. Experienced in
all types of partitioning
and suspended ceilings, his
quality is unparalleled in the
industry.
OTHER STAFF
Each and every project also relies on the diligence and dedication of countless people behind the scenes. Although we do not have space
to list them all here, our staff are hand-picked to make your every interaction with Quadric as smooth, pleasant and efficient as possible.
ADMINSTRATION
FITOUT & CONSTRUCTION
CATHY BEVAN - Creditors Clark
TIM FILMER- CARPENTER
CHERYL BECKETT - Receptionist
MIKE GRUNDON- CARPENTER
GRAYSON CHERRY - Maintenence Adminstrator
JASON SCRIVEN- TRADES ASSISTANT
MAINTENANCE & MINOR WORKS
IVAN HILLA- CARPENTER
TOM HILLA- CARPENTER
DANNY SMITH - MAINTENANCE TRADESPERSON
TONY MISCALL - CARPENTER
KEL HARVEY - MAINTENANCE TRADESPERSON
BRETT HOPKINS - CARPENTER
JAMES CAMERON -MAINTENANCE TRADESPERSON
TROY - CARPENTER
DAN LEE -MAINTENANCE TRADESPERSON
BRYAN BARRY- CARPENTER
JOINERY & WORKSHOP
GRAHAM KYLE- CARPENTER
SAM MACDONALD- CARPENTER
JONATHAN SCOTT - CABINETMAKER
RHYS WHITAKER- CARPENTER
TIM CHAN - CABINETMAKER
ROB WALL- CARPENTER
ANDY LIESHOUT- CABINETMAKER
GRANT HARTLAND - CARPENTER
JOEL RODRIGUES- CABINETMAKER
CARMELO CASTIGLIONE- PLASTERER
WILSON WONG - CABINETMAKER
TINO TONEL- PLASTERER
BENITO PALOMBO- CABINETMAKER
BRETT WAGNER- PLASTERER
NICHOLAS WILLIAMS_- CABINETMAKER
WALLY JONES - PAINTING MANAGER
TRENT PEREIRA- CABINETMAKER
HELEN JONES - PAINTING MANAGER
JOHN SYMMONDS- CABINETMAKER
STEVE MCPHERSON - FINISHING FOREMAN
STEVEN NAGY - CABINETMAKER APPRENTICE
NICK TEAGUE- PAINTER
NORM SCOTT- POLISHER
DILLON BISSOR- PAINTER
ASHKAR - PAINTER
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QUADRIC 2014 OUTLOOK
Third Quarter
Fourth Quarter
Fourth Quarter
19%
0%
38%
38%
81%
44%
44%
18%
18%
Total Outstanding Works
Weighted
Potential
Future Work Weighted
Total Outstanding
WorksWork
Total
Outstanding
Works
Potential Future
Weighted Remaining Capacity
Weighted Remaining Capacity
Weighted Potential Future Work
Weighted Remaining Capacity
Millions HISTORY OF WORKS COMPLETED PER FINANCIAL YEAR
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Financial & Capacity
At Quadric our focus is to provide a stable and effective work
environment for our staff, by not allowing the market to dictate
our resource levels. Instead, we allow our resources to dictate our
workload. As a result, we have a very low rate of staff turnover,
which provides obvious benefits for the project end result. In this
light, our current and future work commitments play a large role in
determining the level of additional capacity we have for tendered
works.
Here, we provide a list of current projects, with corresponding pie
charts which show current, potential, and remaining capacity.
Project
Value
Progress
ETA
CURRENT PROJECTS
Southport TAFE
$2.5M
15%
Dec-14
140 Creek St Makegod
$5.5M
90%
Sept-14
Southport Health Precinct
$1M
10%
Oct-14
Development Office - Pac Fair $530K
90%
Aug-14
Legal Aid
$2M
95%
Aug-14
UQ Hawken Bldg
$1.2
95%
Aug-14
$860K
90%
Sept-14
We also provide a line graph which traces our turnover historically.
Reprioritisation: Quadric Employs a risk management strategy in
dealing with such matters. We have in place control methods which
assist in minimising project disruption as a result of such events.
Control methods such as job sharing, collaborative project teams, and
details QA documentation ensure that project delivery interruptions
are very rare. Should for some reason, a staff member be
unable to fulfill their duties on the project, Quadric has
various contingency plans to fall back upon. The most appropriate of
which would be to replace the person with a staff member of a level
greater than or equal to the experience of the person they
are replacing. Actively involved directors, will also assist in the
transfer. In the companies history we have never had delay damages
imposed. We pride ourselves on that record, and
attribute it to fostering a work environment that allows our staff to
take ownership of their work.
Total Turnover last year
DVA Broadbeach
JR Duty Free - Airport
$1.1M
40%
Dec-14
The Vistas Emerald Lakes
$1.1M
0%
Oct-15
POTENTIAL FUTURE PROJECTS
Probability
Cherbourg Youth Justice
$480K
90%
Dec-14
FTI Consulting
$100K
90%
Nov-14
Kings College
$1.5M
75%
Dec-14
Wyatt Roy’s Office
$500K
75%
Dec-14
80%
Dec-14
$35,358,135.00
Third Quarter 2014
Remaining Capacity for Quarter
Total Outstanding Works
Weighted Potential Future Work
Weighted Remaining Capacity
$2,946,666.00
$2,397,000.00
$ 0.00
$549,666.00
Energex Victoria Park
QUT Creative Industries
$250K
$750K
95%
Dec-15
Fourth Quarter 2014
Total Capacity per Quarter
$8,840,000.00
Total Outstanding Works
$3,893,000.00
Weighted Potential Future Work $1,590,000.00
Weighted Remaining Capacity $3,357,000.00
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PROJECT EXPERIENCE -
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Our Corporate Offices Experience
Client
Project
Value
ATO
Office Fitout - 7 levels - Chermside
$undisclosed
Workcover
Office Fitout - Levels 6 to 18 280 Adelaide St
$10M
Deloitte
Office Fitout - Levels 25 to 27 Riverside Centre
$2.5M
Tourism and Events QLD
Office Fitou - Levels 9, 10 and 11
$1.3M
Agforce
Office Fitout - 110 Mary Street
$600K
EMC2
Office Fitout - 2 Levels - Central Plaza One
$2.3M
Perpetual Private Wealth
Office Fitout - 1 Level - Central Plaza One
$1.7M
NBN Co
Cannon Hill
$2.0M
KordaMentha
Heritage Office Fitout - 20 Market Street, Brisbane
$2.2M
DLA Phillips Fox
Office Refurbishments - Waterfront Place, Brisbane
$1.7M
NBN Co
Office Fitout Cannon Hill
$1.5M
Suncorp
Suncorp Plaza Refurbishment G to L 22
$14.0 M
St George Bank
Office Fitout - Levels 1 to 4 Central Plaza One
$1.1M
Rio Tinto
Office Fitout - 215 Adelaide Street
$3.8M
McCann Ericson Advertising
Office Fitout - James Street, Fortitude Valley
$650K
Davies Collison Cave
Office Fitout - 301 Coronation Drive, Milton
$1.1M
DERM
GreenStar Office Fitout - 400 George Street
$860K
Origin
ESD Office Fitout - Partitions, Joinery, Ceilings, Waste
Managment - CDOP 4
$2.0 M
Junior Advertising
Steelwork Installation
undisclosed
BCM Advertising
Office Refurbishment - 49 Warner St, Fortitude Valley
$600K
Forestry Plantations
Office Fitout - 201 Melbourne Street
$750K
Orrcon Steel
Office Fitout - Evan’s Rd Salisbury
$1.8M
Queensland Treasury Corporation
Office Fitout - 61 Mary Street, Brisbane
$1.6M
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ATO Chermside Office Building
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WorkCover Head Office Building
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EMC2 Workplace Fitout
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Agforce Office Fitout
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Perpetual Private Wealth Fitout
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BCM Workplace Fitout
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KordaMentha Heritage Office Fitout
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Suncorp Plaza Refurbishment
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Origin ESD Fitout
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Our Education Experience
Client
Project
Value
University of Queensland
Hawken DOW Centre
$1.2M
Gold Coast Institute of TAFE
Coomera Level 5 Fitout
$500K
Metropolitan South TAFE
Hair & Beauty Salon & College of English
$1.4M
Griffith University
M07 Technology Building
$2.25M
Griffith University
N61 & N48
$1.2M
Griffith University
Animal House
$750K
CQUniversity
New Brisbane Campus
$6.5M
Queensland University of Technology
Over 65 project in last 10 years
$10M
University of Queensland
Hawken Learning Centre
$700K
University of Queensland
Hawken Building Refurbishment
$600K
University of Queensland
Women’s College Dormitory
$400K
University of Queensland
Therapies Building Toilet Refurbishment
$150K
University of Queensland
Herston Medical Library
$100K
University of Queensland
Priestly Building Seminar Room Refurb
$350K
University of Queensland
Kings College Redevelopment Stage 2
$900K
University of Queensland
Kings College Dormitory Refurbishments
$600K
University of Queensland
Gallipoli Research
$2.5M
Education Queensland
Corinda State High School - Toilet Block
Construction
$600K
Education Queensland
Veresdale Scrub State School Classroom Block & Toilet Block
$1.2M
Education Queensland
Art Kiln Constructions 14 Schools Around
Queensland
$1.35M
Education Queensland
BER - National School Pride - 24 Schools in
Queensland
$4.2M
Catholic Education
St Francis School Hughenden
$400K
Catholic Education
St Finbarr School - Ashgrove
$350K
Commonwealth Government
Public Prosecutions Library
$100K
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CQUniversity - New Brisbane Campus
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Central Queensland University Brisbane Campus
Date: 2010-2011
Design: Figure & Ground
Duration: 14 weeks
Size: 5.800m2
Location: Ground & levels 1,2,3,4,5
Value: $6.8
160 Ann Street, Brisbane
Industry: Education
The CQ University’s new Brisbane campus required a fitout and base building
refurbishment to promote a learning environment. As the Principal Contractor
for fitout and construction works, we created the interior in collaboration with
the consultants. The flagship of CQ University’s international campuses sets the
benchmark for innovative design and collaborative learning.
Team:
Project Director: Ben Scott
Chief Estimator: David Walker
Project Manager: Jim Bryden
Site Manager: JP Kennedy
Site Foreman: Julian Desland
Carpenter: Tony Miscall & Staff
Plastering:
Carmelo
Castiglione
Staff
&
In collaboration with:
Spatially this project involved the delivery of lecture theatres, classrooms, tutorial
rooms, computer labs, library, bookshop, academic and staff support spaces,
administration, student break-out and recreation areas, prayer rooms and
additional toilet amenities. From the outset, the architectural agenda was the
creation of ‘place’. Upon arrival to any of the 8 custom fit floors, you may be
forgiven for thinking you had beamed upon the Starship Enterprise. Light bands
strike through internal spaces from ceiling recesses, as bulkheads and spatial
openings ‘cut-out’ into foyers, classrooms & lecture theatres.
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Langports English Language College
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Hawken Learning Centre - University of Queensland
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Our Base Building Upgrade Experience
Client
Project
Value
Investa
140 Creek Street 9 level makegood
$5M
AMP Capital
CDOP2 Foyer and misc
$800K
APGF
Comalco Place Ground Floor Foyer Refurbishment
$740K
Investa
160 Ann Street Lift Foyer & Bathroom Refurbishments $2.2M
G, 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 14, 19
Parliament House
Parliament House Annexe & Tower Refurbishment
$5.7M
Investa
Kings Row II , Bathroom & Foyer Refurbishments
$1M
Propoerty Solutions
SW1 Ground Floor Tenancies Creation
$500K
Jones Lang LaSalle
215 Adelaide Street, Bathroom & Foyer Upgrades
7 Levels
$950K
AMP
60 Edward Street Level 11 Makegood
$275K
CBRE
Riparian Plaza Level 35
$300K
AMP
555 Coronation Drive Bathroom Refurbishments
APP
Coronation Drive Office Park Foyer & Bathroom
Upgrades
APGF
Comalco Place Level 11 Makegood & Bathrooms
$375K
CBRE
Waterfront Place Bathrooms Level 9
$275K
CBRE
Waterfront Place Makegood Tenancy Level 26
$135K
Corporate Administration Agency
Queensland Art Gallery Bathrooms
$300K
Arts Queensland
Judith Wright Centre Foyer
$175K
Charter Hall
300 Adelaide St Foyer Upgrades
$550K
APGF
Comalco Place Level 15 Makegood & Bathrooms
$315K
Corporate Administration Agency
Queensland Museum Upgrade
$310K
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Comalco Place Ground Floor Lobby
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160 Ann Street Base Build upgrade works
Ben's management and leadership skills were unsurpassed on a project with a very
tight time frame. Quadric delivered a quality fitout on time despite the various latent
issues encountered along the way. It was a pleasure dealing with a professional like
Ben and would not hesitate to engage Quadric again in the future.
Steve Deloris: Thinc Projects
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Our Government & Customer Service Centre Experience
Client
Project
Value
Deptment of Justice and Attorney General
Dock Upgrades
$500K
Skilling Solutions
Chermside, Bunderberg, Morayfield, Ipswich, $2.2M
Capalaba,
Cairns,
Gladstone,
Toowoomba,
Southport, Rockhampton, Townsville.
Centrelink
Customer Service Centres & Call Centre Fitouts & In excess of $16.5M
Refurbishments in locations all over Queensland,
Northern Territory, New South Wales, and Western
Australia
Department of Transport & Main Roads
Customer Service Centres & offices in location all
over Queensland
In excess of $5.5M
Australian Hearing
Hearing Centres - Townsville, Cairns, Rocky
In excess $1M
Queensland Teacher’s Credit Union
Service Centres
$750K
Capalaba, Cairns and Rockhampton
NAB
Branch Fitouts
$1.25M
Beenleigh, Nerang, Redcliffe, Brendale
Commonwealth Law Courts
High Court of Australia - Courtroom Fitout
$1M
Queensland Treasury Corporation
Office fitout including interconnecting staircase
$1.6M
DERM
GreenStar Office Fitout - 400 George Street
$860K
NBN Co
Office Fitout - Cannon Hill
$1.5M
Parliament House
Parliament House Annexe & Tower Refurbishment
$5.2M
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Department of Environment & Resource Management
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Our Healthcare & Science Experience
Client
Project
Value
Logan Hospital
Linkway alterations
$175K
PA Hospital
Pharmacy Fitout
$210K
Queensland Fertility Group
Office Fitout
$3.3M
Gallipoli Reseach Foundation
Clinic Sciences Research Laboratory & Office Space
$2.3M
Ramsay Health
Snore Studies Fitout
$350K
Imagine Orthodontics
141 Queen Street Dental Fitout
$400K
Dental Space
Dental Surgery
$300K
Muir Denholm
Dental Surgery
$400K
Amdel
PC2 Laboratory
$580K
QEII Hospital
Emergency Room Refurbishment
$400K
Gallay Scientifiic
Medical Washing Equipment Installation
$225K
Royal Children’s Hospital
Fitout
$840K
Queensland Children’s Hospital
Project Office
undisclosed
Mater Hospital
DAART & ITS
$410K
Mater Hospital
Oncology & Lympodemia
$475K
PA Hospital
Paitent Areas Fitout, L, 1, 2, 3
$2.3M
Blue Care
Yallambee Lodge Aged Care Fire Upgrade
$500K
PA Hospital
Office Fitout
$350K
Centre for Complemenatry Medicine
University of Queensland
$500K
Siemens Hearing
Hearing Instruments Assembly Areas & Offices
In excess of $500K
New Farm Clinic
GP Surgery Fitout
$250K
Sinnamon Park Medical
GP Surgery Fitout
$250K
Studioplus Group
Ferrier Baudet Architects
Core Architecture
07 3391-7587
07 3371-6200
07 3872-6700
Referees:
Anthony Lloyd - Principal
Roland Baudet - Principal
Andrew Williams - Architect
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Gallipoli Research Laboratory Fitout
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Our Hospitality Experience
Client
Project
Value
Treasury Corporation
Marco Polo Restaurant
undisclosed
Treasury Corporation
Cafe 21
undisclosed
Treasury Corporation
Aces Bar
undisclosed
Treasury Corporation
Gold Suite
undisclosed
Treasury Corporation
Bathrooms & Lobby
$600K
Qantas
Qantas Club Refurbishment
$2.3M
Singapore Airlines
VIP Lounge - Brisbane International
$920K
Queensland Art Gallery
Watermall Cafe
$75K
Royal Queensland Golf Club
Members Bar Refurbishment
$675K
Queensland Parliament House
Commerical Kitchen Refurbishment
$1.32M
Take
Juice Bar Fitout
$75K
JJ Jackson Cafe
Cafe Fitout
$330K
Watermall Cafe
Joinery
$80K
Tognini’s Deli
Deli Fitout
$400K
Barolo Restaurant
Restaurant Joinery - Felix Street
$100K
Ki-Bar
Fitout - Mincom
$250K
Bavarian Bier Cafe
Fitout - Eagle Street Pier
$350K
Sake Japanese Restaurant
Fitout - Eagle Street Pier
$250K
Forrest Architects
Smith Madden Group
Arkhefield
07 3871-1600
07 3002 6912
07 3831-8150
Referees:
Mark Sommerville - Proejct Manager
Robert Rose - Senior Project Manager
Angela Layton - Associate
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Watermall Cafe Joinery
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Qantas Club Refurbishment
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Singapore Airlines VIP Lounge
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Our Retail Experience
Client
Project
Value
Ramsay Health
Cairns Pharmacy and Medical Centre
$660K
Ramsay Pharmacy
Sunshine Coast Private Hospital
$300K
Go Health Gym
Westfield Carindale Shopping Centre
$2.3M
Ginga Restaurants
Westfield Carindale Shopping Centre
Fortitude Valley
Portside
$1.4M
Telstra
Telstra Shop Fitouts
$3.85M
Maroochydore,
Broadbeach,
Inooroopilly,
Rockhampton, Townsvilles, Capalaba, Carinda,
Maryborough, Ipwsich, Browns Plains, Chermside,
Runway Bay
Skilling Solutions
Skillings Solutions Fitouts
$2.2M
Chermside, Bunderberg, Morayfield, Ipswich,
Capalaba,
Cairns,
Gladstone,
Toowoomba,
Southport, Rockhampton, Townsville.
URWater Corporation
UR Water Kiosk
$75K
Australian Hearing
Hearing Centres - Townsville, Cairns, Rocky
In excess of $1M
Australia the Gift
Shop Fitout - Queen Street
$1.5M
ANZ Bank
ANZ Bank
$500K
Acacia Ridge
NAB
Branch Fitouts
$1M
Beenleigh, Nerang, Redcliffe, Brendale
Legal Aid
Service Centre
$500K
Tognini’s Hair Salson
Hair Salon
$800K
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GINGA
SushiBar
BarFitout
Ginga Sushi
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Our Airport & Public Space Experience
Client
Project
Value
BAC
Smart Gate Update
$250K
Qantas
Qantas Club Lounge - Brisbane Domestic
$2.26M
Propoerty Solutions
The Barracks Seating
Undisclosed
Singapore Airlines
VIP Lounge - International Airport
$900K
Peddle Thorp
Rooms on View - Green Room
Undisclosed
HASSELL
Rooms on View -Silver Room
Undisclosed
Qantas
Qantas Chairman’s Lounge - Brisbane Domestic
$1M
Hames Sharley
Greenslopes Mall Refurbishment
$1M
Commonwealth Law Courts
High Court of Australia - Courtroom Fitout
$1M
QEII Stadium
Bathroom Upgrades
$1.5M
Qantas
Security Monitoring Room - Brisbane Domestic
$300K
Emirates
Office Fitout - Brisbane International
$250K
Qantas
Retail Tenancies Hoardings
$150K
Australian Customs
Primary Line
International
Australian Customs
Smartgate Upgrades - Brisbane International
$140K
Qantas Airways
Thinc Projects
Geyer
02 9691 1544
0430 083 610
07 3211 9889
Module
Upgrades
-
Brisbane
$400K
Referees:
Michael Pearce - Property Development Manager
David Lee - Senior Consultant
Tony Alberti - State Leader
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The Barracks Seating
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Rooms on View - Design Show - Green
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Rooms on View - Design Show - Silver
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Central Queensland University Brisbane Campus
Date: 2010-2011
Design: Figure & Ground
Duration: 14 weeks
Size: 5.800m2
Location: Ground & levels 1,2,3,4,5
Value: $6.8
160 Ann Street, Brisbane
Industry: Education
The CQ University’s new Brisbane campus required a fitout and base building
refurbishment to promote a learning environment. As the Principal Contractor
for fitout and construction works, we created the interior in collaboration with
the consultants. The flagship of CQ University’s international campuses sets the
benchmark for innovative design and collaborative learning.
Spatially this project involved the delivery of lecture theatres, classrooms, tutorial
rooms, computer labs, library, bookshop, academic and staff support spaces,
administration, student break-out and recreation areas, prayer rooms and
additional toilet amenities. From the outset, the architectural agenda was the
creation of ‘place’. Upon arrival to any of the 8 custom fit floors, you may be
forgiven for thinking you had beamed upon the Starship Enterprise. Light bands
strike through internal spaces from ceiling recesses, as bulkheads and spatial
openings ‘cut-out’ into foyers, classrooms & lecture theatres.
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Team:
Project Director: Ben Scott
Chief Estimator: David Walker
Project Manager: Jim Bryden
Site Manager: JP Kennedy
Site Foreman: Julian Desland
Carpenter: Tony Miscall & Staff
Plastering:
Carmelo
Castiglione
Staff
In collaboration with:
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