Over 200 precast concrete panels have been installed at our Thornleigh Industrial Project. We are Looking forward to the next stage and getting the roof on. A big thanks to all involved, especially www.everwillingcranes.com.au for ensuring the installation was super smooth and safe.
A new year and new partnerships – Beach Constructions joins the Self Storage Association of Australasia to provide construction services to its growing membership base.
The Self Storage Association of Australasia (SSAA) is the peak industry body representing the self storage industry of Australia and New Zealand for 30 years.
With more than 850 members, some we have worked with already, Beach looks forward to helping our fellow members design and build storage facilities as demand for off-site storage space continues to grow.
We are hearing that many self-storage owners have outgrown their existing site and are looking to expand or re-use their existing space.
Our expert industrial team offers bespoke solutions for difficult sites or projects with limited access. Our clients benefit from our intellectual property developed over 30 years resulting in lower design and construction costs. We can also offer early stage budgeting services to help assess project feasibility.
We are proud to be a self-storage builder and look for forward to being part of with Self Storage Association of Australasia for many years to come. www.selfstorage.org.au
We are very excited to take possession of 35 Whiting Street Artarmon as we embark on transforming the old Sydney City Prestige site to a new multi-storey commercial building. Beach loves re-purposing buildings and this passion combined with the client’s vision and the skills of MHDP Architects will see the creation of a high end automotive workshop and showroom. Set across three levels, it will also include a vehicle storage space and an office.
Beach Constructions proudly participated in the 2019 SleepStreet, organised by the Property Industry Foundation (PIF). The charity, supported by companies in the construction industry raised over $235,000 to help build houses and reduce homelessness.
Participants experienced sleeping rough for one night.
” We started the night sleeping on a cardboard box in the park until it started to rain. We then had to quickly find some sort of shelter, and most of us found refuge in door ways or under walkways” said Skye Reardon, Business Development Manager, Beach Constructions.
” As you can imagine, most us didn’t sleep well that night, but it was great to see the industry come together for such a wonderful cause. It’s awful to know that so many people, especially kids, sleep rough in our cities every night. The least we can do is walk in their shoes for one night so we can raise awareness and much needed funds for the PIF Foundation Skye said “.
Just as we wrap one project for Trumen Corp, our second Enterprise Industrial Estate is well and truly kicking off. Set across 20 000 sqm, this light industrial complex at Thornleigh will be a jewel in the Trumen Corp crown.
With early works now complete, we are busy pouring concrete – and lots of it. In fact 780 cubic square meters has been poured so far.
Our industrial project at Lane Cove, delivered for Trumen Corp is now complete, two months ahead of schedule. The lucky tenants are moving in and are enjoying having access to modern industrial facilities so close to the CBD.
A big shout out to the Beach project team for making this project come to life.
Some pics below.
There is smiles all round as our second project for Life Property Group smashes another project milestone as we track well ahead of schedule.
We are building 105 storage and warehouse units at 8 Narabang Way Belrose and the project is approximately 70% complete.
Thanks to Beach’s innovative design and construction methodology we have reduced the cost of construction for the client by a million dollars, fast tracked completion and improved site safety.
Our design uses a combination of Concrete Core Filed Blockwork, Hollowcore Precast Concrete Columns and Floor Planks, Concrete Precast Wall Panels and Insitu Concrete.
We are very proud to be working with Life Property Group on this development.
Beach Constructions (NSW) Pty Ltd received a 2019 Professional Excellence in Building Award at The Australian Institute of Building (AIB) NSW awards ceremony at Darling Harbour on Friday, 26th July.
One of six finalists, Beach received the only Award in the open category “other” for Heritage, acknowledging the company’s technical capability as well project and stakeholder management skills.
“We are absolutely thrilled to receive this award for the restoration of five state significant buildings within the Parramatta’s heritage core”, said Sarkis Mouradian, Construction Director at Beach Constructions NSW.
“In 2017 we were engaged to undertake Stage 1 of the Parramatta North Urban Transformation Project (PNUT) by UrbanGrowth Development Corporation after a successful competitive tender process.
“ The Norma Parker Building (1840s), Laundry Building, (1847), former Lunatic Asylum (1847), Recreational Hall and Cricket Pavilion were in disrepair and needed major structural and building repair to ensure stop these historical buildings from deteriorating further.
“As the second oldest British settlement on the mainland, we knew from the beginning how important this project was, not only to Beach, but the community and this award also recognises that importance.
“The buildings and the surrounding lands, hold significant cultural meaning and archaeological importance for both European and indigenous Australian communities.
“I would like to thank the Beach team, our sub-contractors, NSW UrbanGrowth Corporation and the project stakeholders for helping us deliver a successful project that led to us winning this prestigious award.
“Like all projects, there were challenges and we had to think outside the box for solutions, but the project team was committed to ensuring that we restored these buildings for future generations to enjoy. We are very proud of the PNUT project and our involvement”. Mr Sarkis Mouradian said.