Project: Mandurah Forum Shopping Centre
Located 72 kilometres south of Perth, the $350 million redevelopment has almost doubled the centres existing size.
Expanding from 38,535m2 to approximately 63,000m2 of retail floor space, construction took place in a live shopping centre environment.
The transformed centre offers more than 220 stores, including the introduction of the first ‘next generation’ David Jones store in WA and a Target store to complement the existing major retailers in the centre – Kmart, Big W, Coles and Woolworths.
Refurbishment of the existing centre has included new floor finishes, updated lighting, painting, toilet and amenity upgrades, updated signage, ceiling upgrades new mall furniture as well as a new multi-story carpark adjoining the centre. The project was officially handed over in stages to client Vicinity Centres with completion in March 2018.
Hydraulic scope of works:
- Hot & Cold-Water Supply
- Stormwater including condensate and siphonic
- Sanitary plumbing and drainage
- Trade waste and vents
- Gas Service
- Fixtures & tapware to various tenancies
- Significant tenancy driven changes to scope
- Working within a live shopping centre environment some shut downs required
- Staged hand-over
- Successful completion of first project with Multiplex in West Australia
- Minimal disruption to the operation of the existing shopping centre