07/09/2015 - 13:22

Govt awards $42m of contracts

07/09/2015 - 13:22

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Local contractors PS Structures, Cockram Construction and Broad have secured a combined $39.3 million worth of work for the state government.

Govt awards $42m of contracts
The Mirvac Office Tower will house the Supreme Court of Western Australia once fit-out works are completed.

Local contractors PS Structures, Cockram Construction and Broad have secured a combined $39.3 million worth of work for the state government.

PS Structures was awarded a $12.8 million contract for construction of the new Cockburn Central police station.

The station was planned in 2010 and was supposed to be completed last year, however it was delayed as a result of funding changes in the 2013-14 state budget.

It is now expected to be completed in 2016-17.

Broad has been handed an $18.7 million contract from the state government for fit-out works at the the new Mirvac Office Tower on Barrack Street.

Broad will fit out levels 19-31 for the Department of the Attorney General and the Department of Treasury.

It follows news in June that Broad had won a $27 million contract for 14 levels of the 33-story office tower, which will also house the new Supreme Court of Western Australia.

Cockram Construction has received a $7.7 million contract for the redevelopment of the Harvey Health Service hospital.

The Harvey Health Service will have a new emergency department and improved facilities for community-based health services such as physiotherapy.

The redevelopment works are expected to be finished by June 2017.

Meanwhile, local architecture firms Parry & Rosenthal Architects and Donaldson and Warn have been awarded contracts worth a combined $3 million for the design of the first stages of Yanchep Secondary School and South Baldivis Secondary School.

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