WATCH | Continual Learning key to Buildcorp’s 6 new MBA Construction Awards
Buildcorp and our project partners were proud winners at the 2017 Master Builders Association NSW Excellence in Construction Awards on the 4th November. Taking home five project awards and a merit for our site safety systems, Buildcorp’s teams were recognised for new build, fit-out and refurbishment solutions across a wide variety of sectors.
Buildcorp’s key difference is what we do with the things we learn and our commitment to continual learning and process improvement has helped us evolve our expertise over 27 years. So, to celebrate our MBA success, we created a ‘Continual Learning Lesson Book’ summarising our lessons learnt and achievements for each of these award-winning projects. [Click to view at the top of the page]
Our 2017 MBA awarded projects were:
- WINNER: Retail Buildings – Refurbishment $25 million & over
Gateway Retail Transformation for client Dexus.
Three level podium refurbishment at the base of the 47 storey Gateway tower.
Contract: Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) to D&C / GM
- WINNER: Interior Fit-outs $20 million & over
PwC’s Client Collaboration Floors at their new premises in Barangaroo’s International Towers.
Contract: ECI to Construction Management
- WINNER: Interior Fit-outs
Roche (pharmaceuticals), 30 The Bond.
Three level workspace fit-out and refurbishment, including cutting edge technology, roof garden and innovative ‘Rain Room’ external staircase.
Contract: ECI to GMP
- WINNER: Tertiary Buildings $40 million-$55 million
Macquarie University E7A Building
Refurbishment and upgrade of the Science and Engineering Faculty building, and a new glass atrium.
Contract: Design & Construct
- WINNER: Health Buildings $15 million-$50 million
Norwest Private Hospital
Four storey wing expansion and hospital refurbishment works including news ward, ICU expansion, administrative and amenities areas, and car parking.
Contract: Lump Sum, Construct Only
- MERIT AWARD: Site Safety- Innovative Safety System.
Buildcorp’s Safety System, based on continual improvement through data intelligence, was recognised for use of anti-impalement rated caps and fall protection mesh. These tools, plus many other safety initiatives, were demonstrated in action on our Urbanest Student Accommodation towers over 100,000s of man hours.