Woodhead wins FESA contract

ARCHITECTURE firm Woodhead has won a $1.6 million contract to design the new headquarters of the Fire and Emergency Services Authority (FESA). To be located at Cockburn Central, in Jandakot, the $37 million building will contain offices, FESA’s 000 call register and despatch, the state co-ordination centre, and staff parking. The project, which will cover about 9,800 square metres and target a five-star green star rating, will allow most of FESA’s Perth and Belmont operations to consolidate in one office. The project’s design architect, John Nichols, said Woodhead had the benefit of having undertaken a similar project through its Sydney office for the NSW regional fire services. The target completion date for FESA’s headquarters is December 2012. FESA, which will provide the base building development and fit out costs, will own the building and site at completion.

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