Project Description

This project involved the design, documentation and project management of a new building  with strong architectural features, complete with convenience store and two retail outlets.  Site constraints included the continuing operation of the old service station from the existing building whilst the new building was constructed.  The  project was completed on budget and on time with minimal downtime in operation.


Project value $1.5 million.

TfA Involvement

TfA’s role included detailed design and building approvals commencing with initial site layouts, liaison with town planners and Council, full project management, including tender documentation, contract negotiations, site inspections, commissioning and user documentation.


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