All Saints College New Year 5 & 6 Educational facility achieved Practical Completion on 27th July 2016. The facility spans over 3 storeys consisting of 10 GLA rooms, an innovative learning area, and general amphitheatre.
Internal and external walls have been clad with limestone and feature brickwork. The hallways and corridors have recessed ‘Learning Pods’ for student use, internal occupied stairs are clad with black butt and the external amphitheatre is terraced limestone.
Parry & Rosenthal
All Saints College
This project involved the construction 4 separate buildings on a green field site located in Byford. These buildings are all single story and consist of an administration block, class room block, ELC teaching block and covered assembly area which form part of the stage 1 works.
Paterson Group Architects
Catholic Education Group
Construction of a 3 storey trade training centre including community activity areas comprising main foyer, café, library, gymnasium and central stair, live works training areas comprising reception, hair, beauty and massage; training areas comprising gymnasium and general learning areas; major service core comprising service stair, cleaners stores, service cupboards, risers as well as passenger and goods lifts, ancillary facilities comprising toilets, showers, bicycle storage, kitchen and cafe service areas.
Armstrong Parkin Architect
This projected involved the construction of a new College Sports Centre with external landscaping works.
The Sports Centre houses 2 basketball & netball courts, plus ground & first floor classrooms, gymnasium, offices and changing room facilities. There is a retractable dividing curtain separating the 2 courts. The Sports Centre will be used by the school and external organisations for various functions. Electronically operated projector screens have been incorporated for viewing presentations.
Roman Catholic Archbishop
Harrisdale Secondary College will provide accommodation for 1,450 students at the completion
of Stage 2. Additionally the Site Master Plan includes an area designated for ten (10) future
transportable classrooms to accommodate an expected increase in student numbers. The initial
Stage 1 of the College development consists of the construction of 5 buildings (Block A to E)
including Site and Landscape work.
The first stage of construction includes Administration, Student Services and Medical Centre,
an Information Resource Centre with a Staffroom, a Community Classroom Block, a Science
Learning Area, Technology & Enterprise Learning Area, Food & Textiles Studios, Health &
Physical Education Learning Area, a Cafeteria as well as outdoor sporting facilities, comprising
an oval, four multipurpose courts, a cricket pitch and two cricket practice nets.
The first stage, catering for 725 students, comprises predominantly single storey buildings with
a double-storey Library /Café building at the core of the campus.
The $57 million (ETC) Stage One portion of the project is to be completed for the first school
term of 2017, one year in advance of the original State Government program, due to increasing
demand for a new secondary school within the Forrestdale catchment area.
This project involved the construction of a new 3 storey Science and Studies of Society and Environment classrooms accommodating 6 general classrooms, 3 Studio Labs, 2 Chemistry Labs, 2 Science Prep Rooms along with Forum, Bus Bays, Staff Area, Amenities and associated external work.
Santa Maria College
Ashdale Secondary College Stage 3 comprises of 2 new buildings accommodating 16 classrooms, Science Lab, Performing Arts, Sculpture studio, Staff Area & Amenities as well as a new car p ark and modification & extension of the existing bin closure, walkway and canopy and associated hard & soft landscaping.
Donaldson + Warn
BMW / Ashdale SHS
This project involves the construction of an open plan cafeteria and kitchen facility, performing arts presentation deck with landscaped area, first floor offices for school ministry, disabled lift, 1st floor connection to existing buildings, cool and freezer rooms, reflection area with feature curved walls, pond and composite panel faceted shaded seating area.
Catholic Education Commission
The new building is located on a steeply sloping site within the JCCA campus with outstanding views over Fremantle, the Indian Ocean and Rottnest on the horizon. This project includes the construction of a new Year 7 facility and upgrade of window Façade and Ablution Blocks,
2 Storey dance studio building with classrooms & science lab; extensive architectural metalwork to the building façade
JCY Architects / Parry and Rosenthal
The Scotch College Middle School Development was a complex multi staged project that proved to
be both challenging and rewarding for the project team. Staging and Programme works were spread
across an existing tight campus and EMCO Building had to stage the development to maintain access
for the College. The stage 1 building works (New Middle School) was delivered one full term ahead
of the programme allowing EMCO Building to take early possession of the refurbishment areas.
There were considerable Client led changes to the project which EMCO Building had to
accommodate, often at a late stage in the build. EMCO Building offered numerous options for the
Client to achieve their amended outcomes whilst maintaining programme.
The project included:
Demolition of the School Library/Teaching block and Construction of a new Middle School
Demolition of existing Canteen and adjoining Teaching blocks and Construction of a new
tiered Library building.
Renovation works (Including new Canteen) and extensions of existing Teaching blocks.
Significant Landscaping works.
The staging of the works are a relatively demanding programme required careful planning and
Taylor Robinson Architects
This project involved the construction of 3 separable portions.
Portion A D&T AND HOME ECONMOMICS: Relocation of existing equipment to the temporary Manual Arts room in Block E and return the equipment upon completion and refurbish the temporary room. Construction of a first floor addition to house the Home Economics wing, above the Historic Manual Arts room, which is to be renovated and extended, and associated services & siteworks.
Portion B CANTEEN & CAFE
Conversion of the existing Home Economics room to a Café, and the renovation of the existing canteen and associated siteworks. Portion C WALKWAY EXTENSION:
Construction of a first floor concrete walkway from block E to block A and associated works.
This project involved the construction of a 2 story junior arts building with open plan work areas, external‘tree deck' balcony, audio visual area, teacher work station and storage, ground floor open air play and seating area
Construction of the two storey Catalyst includes executive administration facilities, studio/laboratories, workshop, IT resources areas, general teaching and learning areas, staff planning and resource areas. The project is a modern design set in a heritage environment. It will be situated next to Guildford Grammar’s iconic chapel which creates an interesting juxtaposition.
Guildford Grammer School
Construction at Ashdale Secondary College included two double-story buildings, one single-story building and extensions to the physical education and the materials technology building. The new school buildings have been designed to be environmentally friendly.
Restoration of the fire damaged buildings involved carrying out repair works to the areas of the Middle School damaged by a fire earlier this year. The project comprised of extensive cleaning, demolition and restoration of the building to bring them back to the original condition.The biggest challenge was to remove the smoke damage and eradicate the strong odour. caused by the fire.
Construction of this 3 stage project consisted of new buildings and interconnection and refurbishment of existing school buildings. Staged completion of the separate portions of works are programmed in agreement with the DoE to align with the school breaks. Safe access and egress for the pupils is a priority and as the school remains operational school during construction period, close cooperation with the DoE minimises disruption.
Cox Howlett & Bailey Woodland Architects
The project is the first major build for the school in recent history and will double as the new entry statement to the school. The new music auditorium will seat 504 people and will include teaching areas, music studios, communal facilities, a choral studio and external landscaping works.
BMW / Churchlands SHS
The project involved the construction of a 357 bed residential accommodation for students located at the ECU Mt Lawley campus. The complex is comprised of 5 buildings ranging from 4-7 stories and with an additional amenities building, including a pool. Construction involved a hybrid method of using both traditional and modular building techniques.
Allen Jack + Cottier Australia
Campus Living Villages
This project involves the construction of a steel and glass rain screen structure with a printed supergraphic. Positioned on to the entire North West side of the building, the new facade will not only modernise the look of the building but will provide rain protection to the existing building.
This project involved the construciton of a new Arts Precinct and refurbishment of several buildings to create a new Languages Centre with additional classrooms. The work proceeded in 4 separable portions to ensure that the school was able to operate whilst construction was under way.
James Christou and Partners
Department of Treasury and Finance
A 2 Storey Extension to the Existing Gymnasium which EMCO built four years ago. Main area is a dance studio on ground floor and classrooms on the top floor. Brickwork to match existing exteriors with extensive concrete fin columns all the way around the building.
Edgar Idle Wade Architects
This 2 stage project comprised of a new 2 storey modern gymnasium and the refurbishment of the existing Gymnasium into a New Senior School teaching facility and auditorium. The gymnasium includes 5 learning areas, sports courts and changing facilities and the refurbishment of a 28 year old building into a state of the art learning facility and auditorium.
Parry and Rosenthal Architects
La Salle College
The project comprised a new 6 storey modern design [3 storeys below ground & 3 storeys above ground level] Middle School added to the existing campus. The new building is in a prominent position at the rear of the school, overlooking the Swan River, providing expansive river views to the learning areas. It is surrounded by the existing Walton & Burnside Boarding House, and is directly connected to the refurbished 19th century Craigmuir House. This building was renovated as part of the project.
T&Z Pty Ltd
Methodist Ladies College
The village is comprised of four buildings which house 296 students. Three of the buildings were 4 level residences and a single level building for amenities such as laundry, change rooms and common usage facilities. In addition the Project incorporated a pool with village green atmosphere to enhance the ambiance for students using the accommodation.
Ferrier Baudet Architects
This project involves transforming the original two storey boarding house into a new staff area, multi-purpose class rooms and new health centre. Substantial demolition of the existing structure will be required as well as the reinstatement of a new roof, walkways and a lift. All works will be carried out whilst sections of the building remain occupied. EMCO recently built a new modern boarding house as well as various other infrastructure facilities making this redevelopment EMCO’s fourth build at Penrhos College in two years.
A three stage new build school comprised of single storey buildings.
Bruce Callow and Associates
Sacred Heart School
This project involved the construction of a new 4 storey mixed use Secondary Learning Centre to be integrated into the existing fully refurbished C Block. The new building is in a prominent position at the front of the school, adjacent to the 1938 Santa Maria Boarding House, overlooking the Swan River and constructed whilst the site remained fully operational.
This project involved the renovation and extension of the existing sports hall at Santa Maria College. The new multi-purpose hall will comprise of two basketball courts, six badminton courts and two volleyball courts. As well as new changing rooms there will be an entertainment foyer with full kitchen facilities. The building will also house a fitness centre, classroom facilities and an office for the sports staff. The two basketball courts will be separated by a folding wall that will allow the hall to be used for larger functions. McDonald Hall has been designed to complement the existing Mercy building that was constructed by EMCO Building for Santa Maria College last year.
New multipurpose hall, classrooms and carpark.
St Anthony's School
This two storey Design and Technology Learning Centre was constructed from Concrete Tilt Panels and Structural Steelwork. The job also included a new Electrical Sub-Station and Fire Pump House.
St Stephen's School
This project involves the construction of a new four-storey building is erected on a steeply sloping site facing the Southern Ocean.The building will provide additional classrooms, a science-medical library and resource room, a multi-purpose practical science-medical teaching and research laboratory, tutorial and seminar rooms and academic offices. It will also include storage, extensive external decking stairs and balconies facing the ocean.