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VICINITY INDUSTRIAL BASE IS ADELAIDE’S LARGEST MASTER PLANNED I N D U S T R I A L E S TAT E .

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Positioned within the established industrial precinct of Direk, the 100ha estate provides an ideal location for businesses seeking flexible and affordable industrial land that benefits from unparalleled access to the national highway network.

A D VA N TA G E S •

Land at Vicinity is regularly shaped, level, flexible in size & dimensions, free of contaminants & without any typical State Government encumbrances.

Located within minutes to major infrastructure including the new Northern Expressway (Nexy) and Port Wakefield Rd.

Approved access for 36.5m Level 3 B-Triple Road Trains, making Vicinity Industrial Base the only industrial estate in the outer north with Road Train access.

Close proximity to Oversize Overmass routes offering advantages for companies that transport large loads into Adelaide, greater South Australia and across the country.

Under the 30 year plan for Adelaide, Vicinity is at the heart of the Greater Edinburgh Parks employment precinct, which in itself is the heart of the Northern Growth Corridor.

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T H E LO C AT I O N

Positioned within the established industrial precinct of Direk, the 100ha estate provides an ideal location for businesses seeking flexible and affordable industrial land that benefits from unparalleled access to the national highway network, including the new Northern Expressway (NEXY) and Port Wakefield Rd.

Close proximity to Oversize Overmass routes, including Heaslip Road, offer advantages for companies that transport large loads into Adelaide, greater South Australia and across the country. Vicinity Industrial Base is also the only industrial estate in the outer north with Level 3 B-Triple Road Train access.

The South Australian Government has invested significantly in transport and services infrastructure for the northern suburbs to support the region’s designation as Adelaide’s strategic employment and industry growth corridor. Businesses at Vicinity will directly benefit from this investment and are well positioned to capitalise on the longterm growth in the area.

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B -T R I P L E R OA D TRAIN ACCESS The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) has approved access for 36.5m Level 3 B-Triple Road Trains and B-Doubles to Vicinity Industrial Base. Access is permissible off Heaslip Road and throughout the internal estate roads.

This makes Vicinity Industrial Base the only industrial estate in the outer north with Road Train access.

KEY OVERSIZE OVERMASS ROUTES The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) has announced that Heaslip Road is a 9.0m wide, 7.2m high, 500t Key Oversize Overmass route. The proximity to these Oversize Overmass routes is a major advantage for companies that transport large loads into Adelaide, greater South Australia and across the country.

Being adjacent to the Oversize Overmass routes, combined with the Road Train accessibility makes Vicinity Industrial Base the best connected industrial estate in Adelaide for companies with the biggest trucks. KEY OVERSIZE/OVERMASS ROUTES (9.0MM WIDE, 7.2M HIGH/500T) B–DOUBLE APPROVED B–TRIPLE APPROVED B–TRIPLE ROAD TRAIN APPROVED NORTHERN CONNECTOR

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Northern Connector UNDER CONSTRUCTION

To Northern Expressway

Toll NQX

Kimberley Clark Nick Scali

Cahill Transport

Bonney Welding Heaslip Rd

To Northern Expressway

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Northern Expressway

Penfield Rd

Heaslip Rd

Northern Connector

Port Wakefield Rd Edinburgh Rd

Waterloo Rd Exit

Interstate Freight Rail Line

To Port Adelaide & CBD

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14,650 m2

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28,480 m2

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LINDSAY TRANSPORT

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VICINITY INDUSTRIAL BASE

FINANCIAL TERMS - LEASE

Vendor

Walker Corporation Pty Ltd

Purchaser

Crown Equipment Pty Ltd

Premises

Lot 16, Vicinity Industrial Base Direk SA 5110

Drawing Number

CR-VI-FS-003

Rent Commencement

Q4 2019

Purchase Price

Lot No

Building Area

Site Area

$/sqm Range

16

5,800 m2

12,520 m2

$90 - $95

Initial Term

10 years.

GST

The Purchase Price is exclusive of GST which will be the full responsibility of the Purchaser.

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SERVICES

ELECTRICAL 11 Kva backbone cable will be reticulated throughout the internal road system in accordance with ETSA requirements. S T O R M W AT E R Field inlet pits will be provided on each lot to allow connection to the main trunk storm water system in accordance with Councils requirements. W AT E R Potable water mains will be reticulated throughout the internal road network in accordance with SA Water requirements. R E C Y C L E D W AT E R Non-potable water mains will be reticulated throughout the internal road network. SEWER Each allotment will be provided with a sewer connection point within the allotment boundary, in accordance with SA Water’s requirements. OTHER Other utilities are available through demand requirement negotiated directly with specific providers.

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BASE BUILDING DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION BRIEF

Walker Corporation September 2016


Walker Corporation Building Design & Construction Brief

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. GENERAL ....................................................................... 4 1.1 Regulations and Standards ......................................................................................................... 4 1.2 Consistency of Documents .......................................................................................................... 4 1.3 Development & Building Approval ............................................................................................... 4 1.4 Documentation ............................................................................................................................ 4 1.5 Disabled Facilities ......................................................................................................................... 4

2.WAREHOUSE ....................................................................................................... 5 2.1 External Walls ............................................................................................................................... 5 2.2 Roof .............................................................................................................................................. 5 2.3 Structural Steel ............................................................................................................................. 5 2.4 Slab Detail & Design Loading ....................................................................................................... 5 2.5 Roller Shutters .............................................................................................................................. 6 2.6 Fire Egress Doors ......................................................................................................................... 6 2.7 Metalwork ..................................................................................................................................... 6

3. OFFICE ................................................................................................................ 7 3.1 External Walls & Doors ................................................................................................................. 7 3.2 Roof .............................................................................................................................................. 7 3.3 Roof Access ................................................................................................................................. 7 3.4 Floor Finishes ............................................................................................................................... 7 3.5 Office Partitioning ......................................................................................................................... 8 3.6 Ceiling Finishes ............................................................................................................................ 8

4. OFFICE WET AREAS .......................................................................................... 9 4.1 Amenities ...................................................................................................................................... 9 4.2 Tea Room ..................................................................................................................................... 9 4.3 First Aid Room (as required by WorkCover) ................................................................................ 10

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5. PAVEMENTS ....................................................................................................... 11 5.1 Light Duty Pavement .................................................................................................................... 11 5.2 Heavy Duty Pavement .................................................................................................................. 11

6. EXTERNAL WORKS ........................................................................................... 12 6.1 Site Preparation ............................................................................................................................ 12 6.2 Landscaping & Irrigation ............................................................................................................... 12 6.3 Security Fencing & Gates ............................................................................................................. 12

7. SERVICES ........................................................................................................... 13 7.1 Electrical Services ........................................................................................................................ 13 7.2 Hydraulic Services ........................................................................................................................ 14 7.3 Mechanical Services ..................................................................................................................... 14 7.4 Office Air-conditioning Services ................................................................................................... 14 7.5 Fire Services ................................................................................................................................. 14 7.6 Stormwater Services .................................................................................................................... 14

8. PRELIMINARIES & DESIGN ............................................................................... 15 8.1 Preliminaries ................................................................................................................................. 15 8.2 Design ........................................................................................................................................... 15

9. GENERAL EXCLUSIONS .................................................................................... 16

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GENERAL 1.1

Regulations and Standards

The development shall comply with the Building Code of Australia, Statutory Authorities, and Australian Standards or as approved by the relevant authority. Walker Corporation Pty Ltd will be responsible for the payment of all permit and development fees.

1.2

Consistency of Documents

The development shall comply with the requirements set out in this Design Brief that shall be read in conjunction with the plans provided. The various documents shall be read and construed as being complementary to each other and where discrepancy occurs the more onerous requirement shall apply.

1.3

Development & Building Approval

Walker Corporation Pty Ltd is responsible for obtaining all necessary development and building approvals.

1.4

Documentation

Four (4) weeks after practical completion the Client is to be provided with two (2) full sets of as-built drawings with a minimum scale of 1:200 covering: 

Architectural

Structural

Civil

The Client will also be provided with two (2) sets of operating instructions and as built drawings for:

Mechanical Services

Electrical Services

Hydraulic Services

Fire Services

1.5

Disabled Facilities

Provision for disabled facilities in accordance with AS1428 Parts 1 and 4 (2001) incorporating: 

Disabled toilet suites;

Basin and tap-ware;

Grab rails;

Tactiles; and,

Access requirements (such as ramps).

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WAREHOUSE 2.1

External Walls

External walls shall comprise 2.1m high (above the warehouse finished floor level) precast concrete dado panels to the perimeter of the warehouse generally with full height panels where offices and amenities abut the warehouse. Panels will be paint finished externally with a colour to be selected from the standard colour range available. All joints shall be sealed internally and externally. The remainder of the external walls shall be colorbond finished metal wall cladding with colour equal to that provided within the standard colour range available.

2.2

Roof

The warehouse roof shall comprise 0.42BMT zincalume metal roof sheeting, 50 mm insulation blanket, sisalation and safety mesh including two continuous clear translucent sheets centred per column grid. Expansion joints shall be provided as required. The minimum roof pitch shall be not less than that recommended by the manufacturer for the profile selected.

2.3

Structural Steel

Structural steel shall be designed by a qualified structural engineer. Locations of internal columns will be distributed uniformly throughout the warehouse to the most economical design. Generally, structural steel shall be finished with a zinc phosphate primer on wire brushed steel finish – more durable finishes shall be provided in accordance with the relevant Australian Standards which take into account proximity to sea-water, harsh industrial and/or chemical environments. The maximum height to underside of the main roof springing height will be nine-and-a-half metres (9.50m) above the warehouse finished floor level.

2.4

Slab Detail & Design Loading

Concrete floor slabs shall be designed by a qualified structural engineer in accordance with geotechnical advice and the following typical design loading criteria (which ever is the greatest) for this height warehouse: 

Maximum Uniformly Distributed Load of 20 kPa

Maximum point load from racking of 5 tonnes

Unlimited repetitions of 1,500kg lift capacity forklift including weight of forklift.

All concrete floors to be standard tolerances. Trafficable warehouse floor to be dust sealed. Key-joints, saw-joints and dowel-joints shall be provided in accordance with the structural engineer’s design.

2.5

Roller Shutters

Provide 6.0 metre wide by 5.0 metre high motorised roller shutter doors (painted externally) to flush dock locations. (Refer to the architectural drawings for the number and location of these roller shutters.)

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2.6

Fire Egress Doors

Provide painted solid core doors (with external face metal clad) as required by the BCA or as approved by the relevant authority.

2.7

Metalwork

Provide 225mm diameter galvanised steel bollards filled with concrete (1,200mm high from finished floor level and set into the ground 600mm below finished floor level) to the following areas (where applicable): 

Two (2) internally and two (2) externally per flush dock location;

Two (2) internally per recessed dock location;

Two (2) internally per warehouse column location (where subject to impact by forklifts or trucks excluding perimeter columns);

Two (2) externally per fire egress door location exiting on to adjacent vehicular pavement;

One (1) externally per exposed warehouse corner (where subject to impact by vehicles).

Provide bollard, armco or handrail protection to all exposed internal and external warehouse services such as downpipes, electrical distribution boards and hose reel pipe locations.

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OFFICE 3.1

External Walls & Doors

Main office external walls, columns and fascias shall be a combination of the following materials: 

Powder coated aluminium glazed walling comprising: o

6mm thick glass to BCA requirements

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Powdercoat colour equal to that provided within the standard colour range available

Texture painted precast concrete (or rendered masonry) lined internally with painted plasterboard on a furring channel sub-frame;

Texture painted fibre cement cladding fixed to a steel sub-frame with cavity insulation and painted plasterboard internally;

Pre-finished cladding fixed to a steel sub-frame with cavity insulation and painted plasterboard internally.

Generally, the office side of a wall separating the office from the warehouse shall be painted plasterboard fixed directly to precast concrete or masonry (in the event of fire separation) or to the inside face of a light weight steel stud wall system (in the event of a non-fire rated separation being required). Glazing to warehouse viewing windows to be 10mm thick (or to BCA requirements). Provide painted solid core fire egress doors as required by the BCA or as approved by the relevant authority. Allow for a self-closing glazed entry door(s) to the main entry vestibule (no allowance for an airlock).

3.2

Roof

The office roof area shall comprise 0.42BMT zincalume metal roof sheeting, 50 mm insulation blanket, sisalation and safety mesh. The minimum roof pitch shall be not less than that recommended by the manufacturer for the profile selected. Expansion joints shall be provided as required.

3.3

Roof Access

Provide secure access and walkways per Australian Standards and Work Cover Guidelines for the maintenance of roof mounted fans or package air-conditioning units.

3.4

Floor Finishes

Provide a concrete slab poured on ground. Provide commercial broadloom carpet with underlay to the main office generally - with vinyl flooring to heavily trafficked areas - and a maximum of twenty-five square metres (25m2) of ceramic floor tiles (supply $25/m²) with polished border tile to the entry foyers / reception area including one 1,500mm x 1,200mm mat well (including mat) adjacent to the entry door location.

3.5

Office Partitioning

An open floor plan has been provided – walls only to tea room and amenities as required.

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3.6

Ceiling Finishes

Provide 1200mm x 600mm mineral fibre acoustic tiles (Rondo RH90 or equivalent) in suspended prefinished metal grid system to the office area, generally, and painted set plaster suspended ceiling to the reception area to a maximum area of twenty-five square metres (25m2).

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OFFICE WET AREAS 4.1

Amenities

Floor:

Provide vitrified ceramic floor tiling (supply $20/m2) throughout the amenities area.

Wall:

Provide full height vitrified ceramic wall tiling (supply $20/m2) throughout the amenities area – no allowance for epoxy grouting.

Ceilings:

Provide 1200mm x 600mm mineral fibre acoustic tiles (Rondo RH90 or equivalent) in suspended pre-finished metal grid system.

Doors:

Provide painted metal door frames with solid core doors, fitted with door closers and stainless steel kick plates on both sides.

Fixtures:

Provide a fully framed mirror over vanities. Provide vanity with rolled edge, plastic laminated faced waterproof particleboard bench top. Laminated bench top colour to be selected from that available within the standard colour range. Provide laminated plastic faced WP particleboard toilet partitions, supported off the floor. Laminate colours to be selected from that available within the standard colour range.

Fittings:

Toilet Pans ..................................... Caroma, Concord 2000 (or equal). Toilet Cisterns................................ Caroma, Regal 2000 (or equal). Toilet Seats.................................... Caroma, Uniseat (or equal). Urinal ............................................. Caroma, Torres (or equal). Basins ............................................ Caroma, Concord 500 (or equal). Tapware ......................................... Economy, booster style (or equal). Sink ................................................ Clark 1003F/4 980mm single bowl (or equal). Sink Tapware ................................. Donson, Avanti (or equal). Toilet Roll Holders ......................... Donson, Belmore (or equal). Soap Dispensers ........................... Bradley, 65/42 (or equal) Paper Towel Dispensers ............... Model to be confirmed Provide shower facilities per the BCA.

4.2

Tea Room

Floor:

Provide Nylex or equal 3mm sheet vinyl flooring to tea room generally.

Wall:

Provide Nylex or equal 3mm vinyl feather skirting to perimeter of tea and lunch rooms generally. Remainder of wall area to be paint finished. Provide minimum 200mm high vitrified ceramic tile splashback above the bench top

Ceilings:

Provide 1200mm x 600mm mineral fibre acoustic tiles (Rondo RH90 or equivalent) in suspended pre-finished metal grid system

Doors:

Provide painted metal door frames with solid core doors.

Fixtures:

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and doors. Laminate colours to be selected from that available within the standard colour range. Fittings:

Tapware ......................................... Ecomony, booster style (or equal) Boiling Water Unit .......................... 5 litre ZIP Econoboil (or equal).

Location:

4.3

One (1) Tea Room per Main Office.

First Aid Rooms (as required by Workcover)

Floor:

Provide Nylex or equal 3mm sheet vinyl flooring to first aid room generally.

Wall:

Provide Nylex or equal 3mm vinyl feather skirting to perimeter of first aid room generally. Remainder of wall area to be paint finished. Provide minimum 200mm high vitrified ceramic tile (supply $15/m2) splashback above the bench top

Ceilings:

Provide 1200mm x 600mm mineral fibre acoustic tiles (Rondo RH90 or equivalent) in suspended pre-finished metal grid system

Doors:

Provide painted metal door frames with solid core doors.

Fixtures:

Provide minimum of a 1,800mm long bench with under-bench cupboards comprising melamine faced particleboard carcass with rolled edge laminated plastic faced bench top and doors. Laminate colours to be selected from that available within the standard colour range.

Fittings:

Tapware ......................................... Ecomony, booster style (or equal) Soap Dispensers ........................... Bradley, 65/42 (or equal) Paper Towel Dispensers ............... Model to be confirmed

Location:

To be attached to front office area.

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PAVEMENTS 5.1

Light Duty Pavement

Provide light duty pavement - comprising a smooth bitumen surface – to the car parking area. Car park numbers shall be in accordance with Local Authority requirements. All car spaces shall be suitably line-marked to authorities’ guidelines. Light duty pavement shall be constructed with cross falls in accordance with Australian Standards. Cross-overs shall be constructed to local Council requirements.

5.2

Heavy Duty Pavement

Provide heavy duty pavement - comprising a smooth concrete surface – to the truck parking, dock and manoeuvring areas. Heavy duty pavement shall be constructed in accordance with Australian Standards and local Council Requirements, with regard to: 

Cross falls;

Cross-overs; and,

Geometric design of turning circle requirements for semi-trailer and B double vehicles.

Heavy duty pavements shall be designed to allow for the following loading criteria (which ever is the greatest): 

Maximum dual tyre truck axle load, 9.6 tonne (maximum permissible load under NASRA guide lines), unlimited repetitions;

Forklift maximum axle load (including weight of forklift) – 5.5 tonnes, unlimited repetitions (2.5 tonne lifting capacity)

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EXTERNAL WORKS 6.1

Site Preparation

Site preparation shall generally comprise: 

General site clearing of vegetation and the like

Stripping of the top 100mm of top soil and stockpiling on-site for future re-use

Cut to fill earthworks works including export and/or import of material necessary to achieve platform reduced levels

Trimming and compaction of site (including compaction testing)

6.2

Landscaping & Irrigation

Street frontages and side boundaries will be landscaped in accordance with Local Authority requirements. Irrigation shall be provided to feature landscape areas only.

6.3

Security Fencing & Gates

Provide 1,800mm high black vinyl coated chain wire mesh perimeter fencing with three rows of barbed wire on top (having an overall effective height of 2,100mm) with matching pair of manually operated hinged gates to each entry / exit point. All metalwork not black vinyl coated shall be either black powdercoat finished or black gloss enamel paint finished.

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SERVICES 7.1

Electrical Services

Provide electrical services generally in accordance with the following: Lighting:

Internal illuminance levels to be in accordance with the requirements of AS 1680. Office areas to have average illuminance level of 300 lux and include fluorescent light fitting with Thorn (or equal) recess troffers. Provide low voltage down-lights to the main office reception area. Warehouse area to have average illuminance of 160 lux (measured at one metre above the warehouse finished floor level). Fittings to be overhead discharge type incorporating standard high bay 400 watt metal halide fittings in accordance with OH&S regulations based on an un-racked warehouse. Awnings to have average illuminance of 50 lux. Fittings to be overhead discharge type incorporating standard low bay metal halide fittings in accordance with OH&S regulations. Security flood lighting to have average 10 lux. Fluorescent light fittings shall be provided to the external perimeter of the building. Signage for main office corporate signage to be illuminated by flood lighting. Exit and emergency lighting to comply with the BCA or as approved by the relevant authority. Generally, car parking, truck parking and manoeuvring areas to be illuminated from post or building mounted flood lighting.

Power:

Total power supply requirement has been based generally on: 

25 VA/m2 of warehouse;

50 VA/m2 of office;

Roller shutter power requirements; and,

Provide circuit breaker type, three phase main switchboard and allow for one distribution board per three thousand square metres (3,000m2) of warehouse area and as required for attached offices. Power shall be reticulated within the office through a three (3) channel pre-finished metal skirting duct to perimeter of office area generally. Provide one (1) Clipsal or HPM type double general purpose outlets for every twenty square metres (20m2) of office space and adjacent to each distribution board in the warehouse. Telecommunications - Provide MDF and fire line.

7.2

Hydraulic Services

Hydraulic services shall be designed for ease of maintenance and so that major service lines are readily accessible.

7.3

Mechanical Services

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Allow to mechanically exhaust toilet and shower areas, tea room and lunch room.

7.4

Office Air-conditioning Services

Generally, the system shall be designed in accordance with the following performance requirements for the Sydney region: Outdoor Design Conditions Summer

32° C Dry Bulb, 23° C Wet Bulb

Winter

7° C Dry Bulb

Indoor Design Conditions Summer

23° C (+/-) 2° C Dry Bulb

Winter

21° C (+/-) 2° C Dry Bulb

Controls Supply and install for air conditioning system automatic controls consisting of zone temperature sensor and a control panel.

7.5

Fire Services

Fire sprinkler protection, hydrants, hose reels, smoke detection and extinguishers shall be provided as required by the BCA or as approved by the relevant authority.

7.6

Stormwater Services

Stormwater drainage shall be designed to meet local Council requirements. All pavements shall be graded to kerbs, spoon drains and top grated drains to collected stormwater by an underground stormwater drainage system that shall discharge to a connection point nominated by local Council. All grated pits, lids, covers, and the like to trafficable areas shall be Gatic extra heavy duty.

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PRELIMINARIES & DESIGN 8.1

Preliminaries

Preliminaries items comprising: 

Site setup

Site running costs

Labour and supervision

Insurances

Industrial Relations responsibilities (e.g. site induction for separate contractors)

Site cleaning

Copyright of documents

Provision of site amenities for Walker Corporation staff and their subcontractors

Shop drawing approvals

Sample & finishes approval procedures

8.2

Design

Design of warehouses, offices, amenities’ and associated pavements for the following disciplines: 

Architectural Services

Structural Engineering Services

Electrical Services

Mechanical Services

Hydraulic Services

Fire Protection Services

Geotechnical Investigation

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GENERAL EXCLUSIONS The following items have been excluded: 

Loose furniture and soft furnishings.

Power from distribution boards to any equipment in the warehouse

External and internal signage (other than signage required by Statutory Authorities)

Internal line-marking (other than signage required by Statutory Authorities)

Materials handling equipment (i.e. Conveyor system)

Voice and data cabling

Supply and erection of work-stations

Connection of power to work-stations

Blinds and curtains

Master keying

Water coolers / drinking fountains

Security chain wire enclosures in warehouse

Commercial kitchen equipment and associated grease arrestor

Internal office partitioning

Security Services (complete)

Trade waste

Ullage areas / compactor areas

Dangerous goods enclosures

Wash bays including bunding and recycling waste water services

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VICINITY INDUSTRIAL BASE

GIVE YOUR BUSINESS THE LOGISTICAL EDGE

At Vicinity Industrial Base we were able to secure a purpose built facility at a fraction of the cost to what we would otherwise be paying in Adelaide’s inner northern suburbs. Access to the Northern Expressway and the estates approval for road train access directly to our warehouse floor has enabled us to drive meaningful productivity to the overall business.

Mick Cahill MANAGING DIRECTOR CAHILL TRANSPORT

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J O I N S O M E O F AU S T R A L I A’ S LEADING BUSINESSES

K I M B E R LY C L A R K A U S T R A L I A In September 2009 Walker delivered a 7,100sqm facility for multinational paper and hygiene products company, Kimberly-Clark Australia. Kimberly-Clark distributes its vast range of consumer and professional products, including Kleenex and Scott bath and facial products, Viva and Scott paper towels and Huggies Nappies, throughout South Australia and the Northern Territory from the new centre, making the estate’s location close to northern freight routes an important factor in the decision-making process.

TOLL NQX In September 2010, Walker completed a major new warehouse for Toll NQX on 20,000sqm of land at the estate. Their new office and warehouse facility is one of a number of facilities that Walker has completed for the Toll Group in recent years. Toll were attracted to Vicinity’s location next to the new Northern Expressway, and the ability for the estate to service both B-Double and B-Triple Road Trains – one of the only estate’s in South Australia that can facilitate the movement of these large trucks.

CAHILL TRANSPORT In June 2012, Cahill Transport opened their new 18,500 sqm headquarters. Cahill transport were able to secure a purpose built facility at a fraction of the cost to what they would otherwise be paying in Adelaide’s inner northern suburbs. They were attracted to Vicinity Industrial Estate due to its close proximity to the Northern Expressway and approval for road train access directly to their warehouse floor, allowing Cahill Transport to drive meaningful productivity to their business.

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KIMBERLY-CLARK DIREK, SA

API QLD

TOLL NQX DIREK, SA

ONESTEEL QLD

P&O PORT BOTANY, NSW VOLVO TRUCK AUSTRALIA NSW

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Walker Corporation is the country’s leading private industrial developer with over 50 years experience delivering industrial property.

Over 110 purpose built facilities delivered in 10 years

Design, build and delivery expertise

In-house architects, town planners, cost estimators and leasing experts

Financially strong

Ability to provide national property solutions in land banks across the country

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THE PROOF IS IN OUR PARTNERSHIPS Walker has delivered hundreds of commercial and industrial facilities for iconic Australian businesses all across the country. Much of our business is repeat business. We have a reputation as a market leader in designing, developingand delivering major industrial facilities for major organisations.

3M

CSIRO

NQX

AAE

Finemores

Officeworks

AAP

Glad Products

Parceline

Air Express

Grace Records Management

Packcentre

Ajax Fasteners

Hasbro

P&O Trans Australia

Allied Pickfords

Heidelberg

Pickfords

API

Hoepners

Recall

APN

IKEA

Selleys

Ausdoc

Kerry Ingredients

SITA

Australia Post

Kimberly-Clark

Stramit

Australian Taxation Office

Kmart

SWADS

Axis

Jennings

Target

Berri

Just Jeans

The Reject Shop

Bunnings Warehouse

Laminex

TNT

Caltex

Linfox

TOLL

Capral Aluminium

Lyreco

Unilever

Cardlink

Mattel

Victa Lawncare

Carlton United Breweries

Mitsubishi

Volvo

Coles Myer

MMC

Woolworths

Corporate Express

Nixon Industrial

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Don’t just take it from us, hear what our clients have to say...

Chris Noble

Stephen Brown

Stephen Roche

Mick Cahill

PROPERTY DIRECTOR

MANAGING DIRECTOR

MANAGING DIRECTOR

MANAGING DIRECTOR

TOLL

GRACE GROUP

CAHILL TRANSPORT

Property Director for recently completed 20,000sqm facility for Toll NQX in Adelaide.

Two Industrial facilities completed in five years by Walker.

AUSTRALIAN PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRIES

Toll has been pleased with Walker Corporation’s capacity to complete this project on time and to budget. We have worked successfully with Walker before and I am sure we will do so again.

Major new Distribution Centre completed by Walker in 2010 at Citiswich Business Park.

Grace is committed to providing our customers with the best service possible, and a big part of that is ensuring we have the right property solution to meet our future growth and business needs. We know from our past experience with Walker they deliver a quality product, and our new facility is testament to that.

Our new state of the art distribution centre is one of the best in Australia, allowing us to more efficiently distribute pharmaceutical and over the counter products to an increasing number of customers across Queensland and northern NSW communities. The mechanised equipment we have will make this one of the most stateof-the-art warehouses in Australia. Our existing staff will be able to transition to this area very easily.

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18,500sqm Warehouse/ Distribution Facility completed by Walker in 2012 at Vicinity Industrial Base. At Vicinity Industrial Base we were able to secure a purpose built facility at a fraction of the cost to what we would otherwise be paying in Adelaide’s inner northern suburbs. Access to the Northern Expressway and the estates approval for road train access directly to our warehouse floor has enabled us to drive meaningful productivity to the overall business.


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Walker delivers a ‘whole business’ property solution through the ownership of strategic landbanks, development of award-winning facilities, and asset management.

OWN

DEVELOP

MANAGE

Walker owns a number of industrial estates in strategic locations in Queensland, South Australia and the Australian Capital Territory, close to major arterial roads and rail networks, ideal to serve Australia’s manufacturing and distribution companies. With a wealth of experience in industrial development, Walker has focussed on creating new industrial landbanks in key growth centres. We develop and own property within each estate for the long term, providing ongoing relationships with customers.

Walker Corporation has been delivering award winning facilities for some of the country’s leading companies for over 40 years. We set the benchmark for quality, ingenuity, flexibility and fast delivery because we are passionate about delivering the best results for our clients. Our in-house industrial development team of architects, planners, cost estimators and project managers personally commit to ongoing hands-on involvement to ensure each of our clients premises are designed and developed according to their requirement.

Our in-house asset management team personally commits to ensuring our client’s facilities exceed their expectations and are maintained to a superior standard. Walker’s interests are absolutely aligned with our clients which has ensured longstanding relationships and repeat business with key businesses.

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Walker works in close collaboration with industrial clients to develop state-of-the-art warehousing and manufacturing facilities to meet the client’s individual growth and operational needs. We understand each client’s unique business, its people and its culture and then design a facility in the client’s preferred location – ensuring ultimate satisfaction.

CITISWICH B U S I N E S S PA R K

MONARO I N D U S T R I A L PA R K

NORTH POINT B U S I N E S S PA R K

Citiswich is a premium industrial estate located in the logistics hub of Brisbane’s southwestern corridor.

Monaro Industrial Park presents a unique opportunity for businesses to purpose build an industrial facility custom to their needs within close proximity of the CBD.

North Point Business Park is an exciting new hub for industrial business in north Brisbane.

The 350ha estate is Queensland’s largest industrial development, providing affordable, wellconnected industrial land catering for a wide-range of industries including logistics, manufacturing, warehousing & distribution, construction and wholesale retail companies.

The 30ha estate is located in the established industrial precinct of Hume, providing a flexible and cost effective alternative to Canberra’s older areas of Fyshwick and Mitchell, where land values are escalating and supply is tight.

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Located 30 minutes north of Brisbane CBD in Kallangur, the 30ha business park offers excellent flexibility, affordability and connectivity for businesses seeking zoned and serviced industrial land, purpose built facilities, investment or development opportunities.


Blake Walker 0408 279 007 Blake.Walker@walkercorp.com.au

Disclaimer Walker Corporation Pty Limited (“Walker�) advises that the information and images contained in this brochure have been prepared in good faith; however, Walker does not assume any responsibility for the statements, predictions or estimates made in this brochure, nor does it make any representation of or warranty as its accuracy or completeness. When deciding whether or not to lease or occupy premises, you should not rely upon the contents of this brochure and you must rely upon your own enquiries. You are strongly recommended to obtain your own legal, business and financial advice in relation to your involvement in this project and you should not act upon any information supplied in this brochure without having first obtained that advice. Neither Walker nor any related body corporate shall be liable or otherwise responsible for any loss or damage (whether negligent or otherwise) suffered as a result of any decision you make to act on the information contained in this brochure. As this brochure is illustrative and indicative only, it does not constitute an offer, warrant or representation as to the proposed design suitability, style, layout or appearance of this project, and Walker reserves the right to vary its plans for this project at any time without notice to you.

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