2016 QMBA Regional Award Winner – Industrial Building
The client brief was to establish an eye-catching, modern, drive-through pie shop. The most significant challenge was to squeeze a fully functioning commercial kitchen, sales counter, cold and freezer rooms, admin office, storage, amenities and customer dining area into only 150sqm of floor area. The facade is the most outstanding feature as it is eye-catching from all four sides. Stepped parapets, awnings and hooded windows add trendy, modern touches.
2014 BDAQ Design Award Winner, State & National Awards Qld finalist – Peter Modini Memorial Award for Commercial Buildings 2012 QMBA Award Winner – Commercial Building (Office Accommodation) up to $5 million
As vital facilities in their local communities, these buildings were designed and documented to federal government specifications. The documentation called for extensive research and collaboration with federal governments architects, full specification of materials and full coordination of consultants.
The project involved the design and calling tenders for the Casa Nosta Motel, an 18 unit motel with 6 x twin unit villas, restaurant and managers residence. Our scope of work included the planning application, coordinating the design of the highway access, relocation of Telstra infrastructure, water main extension and new trunk sewer installation.
Priority 1 rectification and upgrades to switchboards followed to bring all components up to site and Australian Standards. Rectification works varied in scale depending on switchboard condition and covered completion of RCD statutory testing, generation and installation of legends and single line diagrams, upgrade of switchboard earthing, and 18 switchboards were replaced with new switchboards, most of custom sheet metal manufacture. As a result of the project, all re-commissioned switchboards were installed and the client was given useful statutory compliance data to ensure continued compliance and ongoing maintenance. Priority 1 works are now completed and we are now undertaking rectifications…