Kiara College Contract won by EMCO

Kiara College Contract won by EMCO

9 Oct 2020

EMCO Building  is pleased to announce it has secured a new $10m state government contract (through the Department of Finance) to complete the main construction, additions, and improvement works to Kiara College.
EMCO Building’s contract forms part of the government’s $21 million Kiara College redevelopment project. The project comprises 12 hectares of land being transferred to the college for its farm program in addition to the Main Works awarded to EMCO Building. These works include construction of new facilities (performing arts centre and covered outdoor basketball courts) as well as alterations and refurbishments to the existing school (medical centre, physical education staff room, and home economic studios).
External facades of some buildings will also be upgraded, while the onsite carpark will gain 23 additional bays. EMCO Building is scheduled to complete the work by September next year.
EMCO Building Pre-Contracts Manager Ronan Cosgrove stated.
"As one of WA’s leading builders, we have a long history of building educational facilities for both private and public sectors."
"The award of the $10m Kiara College redevelopment project will make it the fifth stage government project the EMCO Building is constructing at present."
“We’re excited about the addition of this new project to the pipeline of work in hand and we look forward to continuing our commitment to the state government and the community by delivering quality projects."
EMCO Building will be working with the following teams to deliver a quality project.
Client: Building Management & Works (BMW)
Architect: With_Architecture Studio
QS: Ralph Beattie Bosworth Pty Ltd
  • Structural & Civil Engineer - BG&E
  • Mechanical Engineer - Stevens McGann Willcock & Copping Pty Ltd
  • Electrical Engineer - Focus Consulting WA
  • Hydraulic Engineer – Hydraulic Design Australia

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