Broad project wins total $110 million

August 06, 2018
  • Project

Supporting social and commercial infrastructure

Broad has recently secured social and commercial infrastructure projects totalling $110 million, including the design and construct contract for Karingal Green, a state-of-the-art residential aged care precinct for Hall & Prior in Perth, Western Australia.

This follows other building contracts secured by Broad in Queensland, including The Annex development at 12 Creek Street in Brisbane for Dexus Properties, and the Pimpama State Secondary College (Stage 4) development for the Queensland Government.

Since its establishment in 1991, Broad has delivered more than 300 new build, fit-out and refurbishment construction projects across Australia’s capital cities and regional areas.

Broad is a wholly owned subsidiary of CIMIC Group construction company CPB Contractors.

CIMIC Group Chief Executive Officer Michael Wright said: “Through CPB Contractors and Broad, CIMIC Group’s building capability delivers innovative projects across multiple sectors including health, education, corrections, commercial property, infrastructure and resources. Broad is our specialist new build and refurbishment company and is delivering high-quality assets across Australia.

“We look forward to building a significant new aged care facility in Perth, a world-class commercial office tower in Brisbane’s CBD, and new facilities for the students of Pimpama.”

CPB Contractors Managing Director Juan Santamaria said: “Our expertise in building draws from an extensive track record and a team of industry leaders who provide certainty of delivery for our clients.

“We are focused on delivering safe and cost-effective building programs, and inclusive procurement strategies that provide opportunities for local workers and businesses.”

Karingal Green is a 160-bed residential aged care development, including a healing and wellness centre. Works have commenced and the project is scheduled for completion in December 2019.

The Annex works include the demolition of the existing building and four-level basement, and construction of a 14-level office tower in Brisbane’s CBD. The project is scheduled to conclude in early 2020.

Pimpama State Secondary College works include new teaching spaces, facilities and sporting areas, and is scheduled to conclude by the end of 2018.

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