11/12/2007 - 11:33

Broad to build 22-level Alluvion office tower

11/12/2007 - 11:33

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Joint venture partners Charter Hall and Cape Bouvard Investments have appointed Broad Construction Services to construct the new 22-level Alluvion office tower in the Perth CBD.

Broad to build 22-level Alluvion office tower

Joint venture partners Charter Hall Ltd and Cape Bouvard Investments have appointed Broad Construction Services to construct the new 22-level Alluvion office tower in the Perth CBD.

Situated at 58 Mounts Bay Road, the A-Grade building will comprise 14 levels of commercial office space, three levels of secure car parking and a triple height foyer.

Alluvion has more than 36,000 square metres of gross floor area, of which 14,400sqm of office space is understood to have been taken by Clough Ltd.

Other companies have reportedly taken another 3,300sqm of office space.

Designed by the Buchan Group, the tower is expected to achieve a 4.5 Star Australian Building Greenhouse Rating (ABGR) and 4 Star Green Star office rating, making Alluvion one of the first commercial office towers in the Perth CBD to achieve this level of environmental efficiency.

Charter Hall joint managing director David Southon said Alluvion would be a significant addition to Perth's business community and CBD skyline.

"Appointing Perth-headquartered Broad for the works was a natural choice given their strong record of delivering impressive office projects around Australia and their established relationships with major sub-contractors in the Perth market," he said in a statement.

Cape Bouvard Investments deputy chairman Peter Sarich said the design of the building had made the most of the location with a raised plaza providing connection from the main entry to St Georges Terrace and across Mounts Bay Road to the Convention Centre, Busport and Esplanade Train Station.

As revealed in WA Business News, Mr Sarich confirmed that Cape Bouvard will be relocating its offices to the top floor of the new building on completion in April 2010.

Broad is currently nearing completion of the forward works contract for which it was separately engaged and will continue seamlessly into the main works contract.

Charter Hall national leasing director Emil Joubert, together with Savills and Jones Lang LaSalle are coordinating leasing of the project.

Cape Bouvard Investments is acting as development managers for the project, which is part of Charter Hall's Opportunity Fund No.4.

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