Broad Construction successfully delivered fit-out works to various levels of the David Malcolm Justice Centre (Treasury Building) as part of the $700 million works for Cathedral and Treasury Precinct development.
In 2015, works commenced on the fit-out of Levels 2 to 16 (approximately 15,700sqm), plus ground floor and basement areas of the new civil courts.
Months later, Broad Construction were awarded fit-out works on Levels 19 to 31 (approximately 13,500sqm) to accommodate agencies of the Western Australian Government, Department of the Attorney General and the Department of Treasury.
Across both scopes, work involved:
- Demolition of existing facilities.
- Structural work and all joinery and cabinet work.
- The installation of operable wall systems, electrical services, mechanical services and hydraulic services.
- The installation of audio-visual equipment, ceilings and flooring materials, and coordination of all visual graphical elements of the fit-out.
Works were carried out simultaneously with Broad Construction’s fit-out of Levels 2 to 16 for the Supreme Courts (Civil) of Western Australia. Work began on site in October 2015 and completed on time.
Having secured the lower-level fit-out works first, the team were able to expand the existing Supreme Courts project delivery team with added supervision, commercial and administration personnel to accommodate the additional fit-out (Levels 19 to 31) works.
The existing logistics plans and ongoing procurement process for the lower floors enabled a ‘whole tower’ approach to be undertaken for both fit-out projects. This method proved an extremely efficient logistics solution.
The Centre now houses 10 courtrooms, eight hearing rooms, three special trial rooms, interview rooms for civil matters, a law library for the Department of the Attorney General, office accommodation for court support personnel, and chambers for judges and registrars of the Supreme Court of Western Australia.
- 2016 WA Master Builders Award – Excellence in Workplace Health and Safety