13/12/2012 - 15:08

Esslemont, Pyramid win $35m worth of government works

13/12/2012 - 15:08


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Esslemont, Pyramid win $35m worth of government works

Perth-based builder Esslemont Cockram has won a $21 million contract to construct a new mental health unit at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital.

The new Mental Health unit will comprise 30 beds and replace the existing mental health facility at the Nedlands hospital.

The Department of Finance announced Esslemont as the successful contractor earlier this month.

Construction is due to commence before the end of the year, and is forecast for completion in 2014.

Meanwhile, Pyramid Constructions was awarded a $14.4 million deal to build a green skills centre at the Department of Training and Workforce Developments Central Institute of Technology campus in East Perth.

The centre will house the institute’s qualifications and courses related to sustainability, the environment and green skills training.

The building will ultimately be the first 6-star Green Star educational and training facility in the state. 


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