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St Georges Terrace Works have completed in the Perth CBD Broad Celebrates 20 Years Insight into the new RAAF Security and Fire School in Queensland Push the boundaries...anything is possible.


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I hope you all had a safe and Happy Easter and enjoyed a well earned rest.

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New projects across the nation

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Bethania Aged Care Facility

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150 St Georges Terrace

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Fast Track Prison Accommodation Project

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20th Birthday Celebrations

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RAAFSFS Amberley

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Out and About at Broad

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Project Snapshots

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Broad has recently celebrated a very momentous occasion and I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their well wishes regarding Broad’s 20th Anniversary.

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We couldn’t have created this 20-year track record of achievement without the energy and the commitment of our team, and the trust and support of our clients. I thoroughly enjoyed catching up with many of you throughout the anniversary celebrations across the various states. Recently Charter Hall advised Broad that the 130 Stirling Street Many of you are well aware that I am a cycling Office development in East Perth had achieved enthusiast. This year myself and a budding a 5 Star NABERS rating. The NABERS rating team of 40 plus riders will again take to the measures the energy efficiency of the buildings road in the third Tour de Freedom 1000, to raise run in operational mode over a 12 month period. much needed funds for Teen Challenge WA. Broad was contracted to The event will take We couldn’t have created this produce a 4.5 star rating place on Tuesday, 31 and this new rating 20-year track record of achievement October departing has exceeded client from Esperance and expectations by some without the energy and the concluding on Sunday, distance. A fantastic commitment of our team, and the 6 November at effort by the Broad team Parliament Place. If you and is further evidence would like to show your trust and support of our clients. of our ability to deliver support towards a life large and complex projects. changing charity please refer to the article on An exceptional outcome worthy of mention is Broad WA achieving Zero Lost Time Injuries (LTI’s) for an entire year. This result is due to our team’s commitment and dedication towards ensuring everyone goes home safely at the end of each day.

BROADVIEW MAGAZINE ISSUE 14 - AUTUMN 2011 Printed using environmentally safe vegetable based inks. Published by Broad Group Holdings Pty Limited Level 1, 18-32 Parliament Place West Perth, WA No part of this publication may be reproduced or copied in any form without written permission from Broad Group Holdings Pty Limited.

Another tremendous result is the announcement from New Future Alliance (NFA) that the Strategic Indigenous Housing Infrastructure Program (SIHIP) project has reached one million hours with no Lost Time Injuries, a fantastic outcome under such complex and challenging circumstances associated with the project.

DISCLAIMER The opinions expressed in this publication do not necessarily represent the views of Broad Group Holdings Pty Limited or its related companies. We make no representation or warranty as to the reliability, accuracy or completeness of the information contained in this publication which should not be relied upon for commercial purposes.

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page 16 to find out more details. Your generosity will be sure to go a long way to help Teen Challenge Grace Academy spread the ‘Stay Free and Say No to Drugs!’ message. Since the last edition of BroadView, Broad have delivered some exceptional, high quality projects and have commenced new exciting projects across the country. This edition will give you an insight into the depth of Broad’s strengths and capabilities.

Kari Rummukainen Founder and Managing Director

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The completion of

New Projects

Bethania

work gets underway

Aged Care Facility

Reporting on what’s new and happening across the nation at Broad.

Riverside Waterbank The Riverside Waterbank Project commenced early April and consists of the supply of labour, material and plant for the construction, testing and maintenance of civil works.

The Riverside Waterbank project includes the construction of a replacement storm water pipe to discharge into the Swan River to facilitate future development on the site. The bio remediation is a trial conducted under the direction of the environmental consultant to allow the treatment of contaminated material excavated on site prior to re-use on site. The trial is being undertaken during this preliminary phase of the project to assess suitability prior to the commencement of the subsequent stages which will involve considerably greater volumes of excavation required to facilitate the proposed development. This development will include

Construction of a 62 bed aged care facility in Bethania, Queensland, catering for high care and dementia

the excavation of a new inlet connecting to the Swan.

patients, reached practical

The works include the following:

completion in January 2011.

Site clearance and grubbing, installation of compound and temporary access, construction of Bioremediation Trial area for treatment of contaminated soil, installation of 350 linear metres of 1200mm diameter stormwater main, including manholes, installation of Gross Pollutant Trap (GPT)/Oil Arrestor, installation of splitter box, construction of outfall to Swan River for 1200mm diameter pipe complete with Tideflex valve, or equivalent and pavement works

The facility features a floating concrete floor system built on 375 piles due to the highly reactive soils. The concrete slab consists of Waffle pod construction with suspended in ground plumbing services, standard framing structure and corrugated metal roof, aluminium exterior joinery with a combination of face brick and painted FC veneer. The Internal fit out included floor lined vinyl with elaborate patterns in the entrance dining and lounge areas, minimal carpeted areas, plasterboard wall linings and high ceilings with each bedroom having a separate ensuite. Bethania Gardens Aged Care Facility showcases some amazing architecture, high quality finishes and features, all surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens

Forrest Place Redevelopment Broad Civil is very pleased to announce that they have been awarded the Forrest Place Redevelopment works. When complete, the new-look Forrest Place will include a permanent stage area to host future events in the heart of the CBD and the area will also attract more public art.

Top Right: The stunning contemporary and stylish exterior of the aged care facility surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens. BOTTOM RIGHT: Bethania boasts a lovely homely ambience for residents.

The developments of Forrest Place will include the demolition of existing change rooms, stage canopy, water feature and paving, construction of new alfresco areas, concrete suspended slabs over existing change rooms, extensive electrical and stage lighting for events and granite paving sourced locally from Esperance, Western Australia.

Bethania, QLD

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Perth, WA

St Georges Terrace

The stunning additions

The refurbishment of 150 St

reach Practical Completion.

Georges Terrace reached Practical Completion on the third and final stage in March. The three stage refurbishment of 150 St Georges Terrace in Perth CBD comprised of Stage 2A, the extension of the ground and lower ground floors to create a new entrance area for the Commonwealth Bank and the adjacent lift lobby to the building. Stage 2B has created a new bar/bistro to the western side of 150 St Georges Terrace underneath the existing central park covered area and Stage 2C involved the creation of a new restaurant to the northern elevation of 150 St Georges Terrace overlooking the public space gardens to the rear of Central Park. Due to the site location, high volume of public movements and complexity, the project has been a challenging but rewarding development for everyone involved. The refurbishment has resulted in a spectacular feature to St Georges Terrace. The new restaurant overlooks Perth’s inner city gardens in Central Park and the stylish bar and bistro is set to be a new local hot spot in the heart of Perth’s CBD

TOP FAR LEFT: Contemporary new facade of 150 St Georges Terrace. BOTTOM FAR LEFT: 150 lights up the Terrace at night. LEFT: Spectacular internal finishes of the new bar and bistro.

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Fast Track

Hakea, WA Casuarina, WA Albany, WA

Prison

Hakea Opening

Accommodation Formal notification of Practical Completion at Hakea and Albany Prisons was achieved in March.

A new and innovative project delivery method known as Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) was implemented throughout the design and construction of this project. A first in Western Australia, ECI is a new and innovative approach that combines the principles of an alliance type project with the traditional Design and Construct type contract, enabling all parties to be engaged in the early stages of the project. This project has been exceptionally challenging and demanding for the Broad WA team. The

On Monday, 11 April 2011 the

logistics of each prison are different but the team adapted to each environment with a level of professionalism that the client and various project stakeholders have recognized throughout the project.

Department of Housing and Works held an open day at Hakea Prison where guests could freely roam and

The final phase of the project at Casuarina Prison will be over the line shortly after experiencing a later start than Hakea and Albany. Infrastructure works at all three prison sites is continuing with final commissioning to be completed once permanent services are available

inspect the new cells and facilities. Corrective Services Minister Terry Redman officially opened the prison and congratulated the Broad team for their hard work and dedication and commitment to the projects security demands

TOP FAR LEFT: The external building structure at Hakea. BOTTOM FAR LEFT: Particular consideration was taken in all aspects of the internal finishes. BACKGROUND IMAGE: The cell corridor. TOP RIGHT: Corrective services minister Terry Redman opening the prison facility. BOTTOM RIGHT: From left to right, Nick Cater, Dave Bittner, Doug Browne, Siljan Stojkovski and Peter Moore, at the Hakea opening.

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TOP IMAGES LEFT TO RIGHT: WA Event – Left to Right: Frank Margaria, Dennis Cometti, Kari Rummukainen, John Quigley MP.

Broad Celebrates

20 years

Brisbane, QLD Perth, WA

Sydney, NSW

NSW Event - TBA Qld Event - John McCann as MC for the evening BOTTOM IMAGES LEFT TO RIGHT: WA Event – Left to Right: Kari Rummukainen and The Right Honourable The Lord Mayor, Lisa Scaffidi. NSW Event - TBA Qld Event - Left to Right: TBA

Across the country

Since Broad’s inception 20 years ago

Western Australia

back in 1991, Broad has constructed

On Wednesday, 11 May 2011 Broad hosted a cocktail function for VIP guests, clients, subcontractors and staff at The Breakwater, Hillarys Boat Harbour in celebration of their 20 year anniversary.

over 2000 projects, some $4 billion worth. It is the quality of these buildings that demonstrates Broad’s claim to service excellence, professionalism and reliability.

The Right Honourable the Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi made a special appearance and presentation at the event commemorating Broad’s history and relationship with the City of Perth.

Broad’s story has only been made possible by the hard working team, their commitment to our clients and the service they provide. It is this kind of dedication that makes Broad what it is today; hardworking, very professional, a company that delivers what it promises and understands our clients’ needs.

Perth showcased a beautiful evening and put on a spectacular sunset for guests.

New South Wales The New South Wales office celebrated Broad’s 20th Anniversary on the 18 May 2011 at Doltone House in Pyrmont. The venue boasted a magnificent city skyline and an unrestricted view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. MC Andrew Merriel addressed the crowd and introduced Founder and Managing Director, Kari Rummukainen to say a few words. Executive Chairman Peter McMorrow raised his glass in a toast to Broad and Kari.

Broad’s 20th anniversary is an important milestone for the company, a time to celebrate and reflect on the last two decades. Thank you to everyone that attended the events across the various states

Queensland In celebration of Broad’s 20th anniversary, Broad Queensland hosted a cocktail function for approximately 150 guests on 19 May 2011, at The Emporium Hotel in Fortitude Valley. As guests mingled around the room they were treated to a funky blues band, delicious food and drinks. MC John McCann hosted the proceedings followed by a heartfelt speech from Broad’s Founder and Managing Director Kari Rummukainen. Kari was presented with a special 20th Anniversary cake by Broad Executive Chairman Peter McMorrow. From all reports it was a wonderful evening had by all.

Thank you to everyone that attended the events and for all the kind words wishing Broad a happy 20th birthday

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Amberley, QLD

The New RAAF Security and Fire School The final stage of the new Security and Fire School on the RAAF Amberley Base in Queensland was completed August 2010 and the facilities are now in full operation. Involving seven stages and containing multiple buildings of different construction phases, the new Security and Fire School at the RAAF Amberley Base undertook a major transformation to provide Australia’s Defence Students and Staff with one of the finest and contemporary training facilities in the country. The construction package, which is number 5 of 13 project packages comprising the Stage 3 redevelopment of the base, involved the construction of two training buildings, an auditorium, a logistics warehouse, and the refurbishment of existing accommodation facilities, landscaping, road works and a car park. During construction the military base remained operational. To minimise disruption to the Defence personnel during the renovation of their offices, Broad established temporary housing facilities in the area marked for a future car park. A temporary dog training area was also set up so teaching could continue without interruption throughout the entire construction phase. It was a smooth transition for all personnel and their canine co-workers. 12

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ABOVE TOP: Welcome to the RAAFSFS Headquarters. ABOVE BOTTOM: Showing the scale of the school with the Defence personnel set up in temporary housing facilities during the entire construction phase.

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The Security and Fire School students now have access to first class exercise facilities, equipped with a basket ball court and a gym through the construction of the two training centres.

seating to a mezzanine floor. Acoustic treatments

Comprising of two buildings, one single and one double story, both were constructed with a concrete floor and a structural steel frame. Both roof structures were steel formed, insulated with a metal clad roof, aluminium windows, a combination of honed concrete block, sheet metal and panels, pre-finished CFC sheets and appolic external cladding. The internal fit-outs consisted of plasterboard lined walls, fixed and tiled ceilings, carpet, vinyl and tiled floors. The single story will mainly be utilised for physical training purposes covering an area of approximately 2960sqm. The main sporting hall and training rooms in this building were installed with specialised timber sports flooring.

The single story, 1230sqm logistics warehouse was

The refurbishment of the two existing buildings totalling 188sqm of working accommodation facilities were also part of the RAAF Amberley project. The existing elevated clad framed timber structures were renovated with a metal roof, timber floor and aluminium external joinery along with new and relocated internal partitioned walls, new ceilings and some new internal doors. The external renovation blended the building into its new surroundings with a fresh new look. The interior of the building also got a makeover with a coat of paint, new carpets and vinyl flooring as well as new furniture and fixtures.

were applied to the building providing the Defence personnel a secure environment where

The finishing touches such as the parade ground, new dog training yard, volley ball court, parking areas and roads were completed following the last stages of construction. Areas were skillfully landscaped with low maintenance shrubs, trees and turf followed by the hard landscaping of footpaths, street furniture and lighting.

they can be briefed on classified information.

designed and constructed to maximise storage space and to allow easy accessibility for large military vehicles. The warehouse was constructed with a structural steel frame, insulated metal

The project was completed to a very high standard, despite a number of unforeseen setbacks. Weather conditions played havoc in the construction stages, experiencing in excess of 45 recorded wet weather delays and on 23 September 2009 a severe dust storm hit the site causing visibility to be significantly reduced and without protection respiration outdoors was not possible.

sheets and panels, pre-finished CFC sheets and appolic external cladding.

The Broad team managed to battle through these unexpected interruptions to complete yet another quality Broad project

With a gross floor area of approximately 4540sqm the development of the double story training centre facility integrates a collection of rooms with a lift installed to allow disabled access to the second floor.

TOP LEFT: Stage three of construction included the new double story training centre. TOP RIGHT: The new lecture theatre for Defence personnel was erected during Stage four. BOTTOM LEFT: Stage five of construction comprised the 1230sqm logistics warehouse.

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BOTTOM RIGHT: Showcasing the external renovation and landscaping.

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OU

ABOUT

&

Tour de

Freedom 1000 2011 is the third anniversary for

These much needed funds will allow Teen Challenge WA to continue their commitment to help in the rehabilitation of young people with drug, alcohol and life control problems. It is regarded as one of the most successful drug rehabilitation programs in the world and strives to help the ‘whole person’ and their families through their new Perth office and training facilities and the main training facility in Esperance.

Tour de Freedom WA. This year will see a group of 40 riders depart Esperance on Tuesday 31 October ride through the Western Australian countryside finishing at Parliament House in

For more information about the ride please visit our website www.tdf1000.org or contact, Kelly Bateman on 0407 632 690

Perth on Sunday November 6th

Ross Reynolds Double Life Senior Business Development Manager, Ross Reynolds leads a double life

along the way raising awareness

as a co-host on the national ABC

and funds for Teen Challenge WA.

Grandstand Sport radio. ABC Grandstand Sport is a live national radio program, hosted by Simone Thurtell featuring Ross Reynolds every four weeks. The program consists of sports focussed commentary and talk back covering all the topical sports news for that day between 12pm to 2pm.

The Route Tour de Finish

Make sure you tune in on Saturday 23 June, 30 July and 3 September to hear Ross on the airwaves discussing all things sport. For more information check out the website http://www.abc.net.au/sport/

Perth Day 6 126km

dwellingup Hyden Day 3 243km

Narrogin Day 5 155km

Day 4 203km

Day 2 194km

Hopetoun

Esperance

start Day 1 114km

Cape Le Grand

Extra Offices for Western Australia In an exciting expansion of Broad’s business the need for new office space had become quite apparent. Office space has been acquired very close to the head office on Parliament Place, West Perth and a number of Broad staff will take up residence in the new office facilities located on the ground floor

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ProjectS napshots Aspire Schools, Murrumba

Aspire Schools, Bundilla

Overall, the site progress is ahead of contract by approximately two months. The first phase, namely the administration building, is likely to be handed over on the due date, late October 2011.

Previously the site was a fill site constructed by the contractor/developer of the area and as such required only a minimal amount of earthworks when compared with the likes of the Bellbird site.

The layout of the site poses some logistical problems as the only access is along the same route as the services trenches and walkways, so careful control of the works is needed to overcome this bottleneck.

The construction is progressing well with foundations for the first six blocks already installed. The slab for the administration block has been poured and the steel framing is progressing.

The team’s site contouring and drainage strategy towards the existing dam should alleviate the previous history of flooding in back yard during heavy and sustained rainfall

Murrumba Downs

The under slab plumbing systems have been installed for the first five blocks and the concreters are working on the slab preparations. Electrical, drainage and water connections have been completed and site drainage is progressing.

An environmental challenge at Bundilla has been the construction of settlement ponds to manage the site overland flow. Queensland’s inclement weather has continued to cause delays with the site losing a total 18 working days since the commencement of works in late January

BER Eagle Junction Due to the floods in early January all works were stopped by Council utilities, other than emergency works. A live sewer diversion was required to be carried out by the urban Utilities team to enable foundation work to be completed with diversion work completed early march. The foundation works have been carried out and preparations have begun for the ground floor slab to be poured, putting the team on track for a mid August completion date

Works are progressing on a number of fronts with the existing eastern section of the building refurbishment nearing completion with floor coverings underway, whilst the newly constructed western extension is similarly advanced

Monash University Student

New AQIS offices will also be constructed in the land side Arrivals area, along with a new covered walkway constructed on the apron. The works will be completed in stages, within special construction zones, by the end of September 2011

JD Hardie Centre The JD Hardie Centre redevelopment project has made significant progress with the structure and external cladding complete and internal fit out works now well advanced. Key milestones of making the building watertight where achieved despite the interruptions of two tropical cyclones.

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90% complete. The footpath construction works between Howard Street and Sherwood Court has commenced and the concrete beam construction and granite curb installation works are complete

St Georges Terrace Streetscape

Woolworths Reedy Creek

Currently the northern footpath and median strip construction works are 95% complete. Remaining works include finalising the installation of street furniture. Footpath demolition work on the south has commenced and is 90% complete. There are some demolition works still outstanding on the section between Sherwood Court and Barrack Street, which will be followed by piling works and ground preparation works for the construction of the footpath. Installation of storm water pipe works, new power cables, irrigation pipe works and communication conduits are complete on the south footpath.

International Airport Terminal Upgrade Broad have been awarded the first phase of works to refurbish the International Terminal. The works have commenced and include the upgrade of the Arrivals and Departures Concourses on Levels One and Two, as well as the upgrade of the Customs processing area, Baggage Hall and AQIS search areas on the Ground Floor.

The project team continues to achieve great results and their strong relationship with Monash University and DCWC continues. The recent completion of the prototype room has reinforced the quality of the final design to Monash

Accommodation The Monash NRAS project, awarded to BroadAPM in June, is now well underway. The concrete structure was completed in early March (22,000sqm), with structural steel almost complete to the top floors. Internal services rough-in and drywall is progressing well on both buildings and facade installation has now commenced. Extensive planning is being carried out for completion and handover of the 600 rooms and associated common areas. Design work is now substantially complete with the 1st round submission for the Green Star Design Rating submitted in February. The team is confident in achievement of the nominated 5-Star rating and the focus is now on the documentation required for the As-Built rating.

The Reedy Creek site has been fenced and is now currently waiting for local authority approvals to enable the team to get started. The site is surrounded by a council sewer main with an easement and a 1.2 metre water infrastructure pipe that also has an easement. Broad is not allowed to construct any building over these easements and the authorities have to approve all design drawings prior to giving final approval to enable work to commence. Approvals are expected soon and the team are looking forward to starting work on site

Mount Sheridan Plaza

Concrete piling works for the new multi function street poles in the footpath areas on the south is ongoing, with some to also be installed between Sherwood Court and Barrack Street.

The project has been delayed substantially by rain. Since starting on site in early January up until the end of March the team has only had three weeks of production. In this time they have managed to start the bulk earth works to the Kmart basement.

The footpath construction works, including concrete slabs, kerbing and paving installation, between William Street and Howard Street is

The demolition of certain areas has also progressed, making way for the reconfiguration of the existing parking areas

Mount Sheridan Plaza

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