400m of connection shared pathway between Mango Hill Station and Jasper Place, Mango Hill. The project connected a missing link in the shared pathway network and has reactivated a park area for the community.
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Structural design of a 2 storey Administration Building, built upon a ‘P’ (problem site) category foundation.
Detailed design for a 20 lot residential subdivision including earthworks, stormwater drainage and water and sewer reticulation.
Projex Partners long term client Beenleigh Steel Fabrications engaged us to work closely with their architect to design the purpose built, state of the art steel fabrication warehouse located on the outskirts of Brisbane. The main warehouse with separate office building has been designed to express the clients core business of steel fabrication and has been achieved through exposed external steel framing, raking ceilings with exposed trusses and hanging high bay lights with exposed AC feature ductwork all to keep the industrial aesthetic. Four gantry cranes (10T/20T) including a twenty ton dolly on rails cast into the warehouse slab ensure the facility is future proofed and fit for operational purposes. Projex Partners was extremely pleased to have completed structural and civil engineering design for the project.
Architectural renderings by Greg Everding Architect.
The Performing Arts Centre Hall provides Rochedale South State School with space for pupils to engage with the arts and creativity. Engaged by Watpac to complete the structural and civil design aspects of the project, Projex Partners worked collaboratively with the consultant team to investigate various framing options resulting in the 22m single span, mono-slope, portal frame structure. The foundation system consists of a suspended concrete slab supported on screw piles at regular centres, cast over a void former to combat the challenging ground conditions.
The project included an Olympic swimming pool with associated service spaces, a gym and external terraced seating and landscape areas. Whilst the structure comprises a combination of reinforced concrete block walls and precast walls panels supporting suspended concrete slabs, public spaces feature high quality coloured insitu concrete surface finishes. Large open spaces are created for the gym and exercise space. The building won ‘Building of the Year (Gold Coast Region) from the Australia Institute of Architects in 2018.
New car showroom, sales and service development comprising five levels adjacent to Breakfast Creek in Newstead. The building is equivalent to 10 storeys in height and is approximately 100m by 60m wide.
Projex Partners provided full structural design services including structural steelwork, precast, pre-tensioned, post-tensioned and conventional reinforced concrete elements. Key features of this project are the long-span concrete floors with limitations on deflection criteria.
This project demonstrates our expertise in structural concrete and steel design.
Construction Cost – Est $90M.
Design of Stages 1 and 2 of the $95 million Newstead Series residential project. The development includes 300 apartments and townhomes spread across four (4) boutique towers – The Carlyle, The Donaldson, The Ajax and The Koerstz.
A shared podium provides half an acre of subtropical landscaped gardens and amenities including a 25 metre lap pool and spa, sauna, gymnasium with green room, alfresco dining areas, fire pit, outdoor cinema, recreational lawns and exercise spaces. Masonry screen elements provide a notable feature on the street elevations. Projex Partners also provided construction support in relation to tower cranes and material hoists for the project.
Photos courtesy of Watpac Constructions.
Design of a 25-storey unit building over three basements. The project utilises a diaphragm wall for retention in poor ground conditions, with reinforced concrete slabs and post-tensioned transfer elements.
Projex Partners was engaged by Morayfield Property Developments for the design and documentation of operational works plans associated with the 116 residential unit development at Caboolture River Road.
The operational works application included stormwater design, earthworks, Stormwater Management Plan, water and sewer connections, application to Council/ Unity Water and external channelised urban intersection design.