07/02/2020 - 11:06

Construction companies win $11m in govt contracts

07/02/2020 - 11:06

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Perth-based McCorkell Constructions has secured a $6.6 million contract with the state government to build a new fire and emergency services station in Kensington.

Construction companies win $11m in govt contracts
McCorkell Constructions will build a new fire station in Kensington. Photo: Google Maps

Perth-based McCorkell Constructions has secured a $6.6 million contract with the state government to build a new fire and emergency services station in Kensington.

The station will be built behind the existing fire station, located at 21 George Street.

Plans for its construction were announced in 2018, with the Town of Victoria Park saying the existing fire station will be decommissioned once the new station is built.

McCorkell Constructions beat four other submissions for the works, which are due for completion in early December.

The company is also building a new childcare centre in Kensington under a $2.5 million contract with Charter Hall.

McCorkell is completing several other projects, including the construction of a new sporting facility under a $3.9 million contract with the City of Fremantle, and renovations to the Alexander buildings in Mount Lawley under a $4.6 million contract with Silverleaf Investments.

Scope Interiors has also secured a state government project, under a $1 million contract with the WA Police Force to complete an office fitout at the Stirling Street police building in the city.

Scope beat five other submissions for the works, which are due to complete on April 28.

The company recently completed fitouts at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital.

Meanwhile, G & L Scenna Construction, formerly Nichol Bay Holdings, has secured works at the Bellevue train station under a $3.4 million contract with the Public Transport Authority of WA.

The company has been tasked with supplying lifting jacks, bogie turntables and a bogie press for the railcar assembly and heavy maintenance facility at the depot.

Works under the contract are due to be completed mid-December.

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