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Rouse Hill Town Centre

Rouse Hill, NSW

 

The Rouse Hill Town Centre is an existing 70,000 sqm retail town centre owned by the GPT Group. Cadence Australia have provided project management services for the GPT Group and the interface issues with the proposed developments adjoining the centre. These developments include the new Rouse Hill Train Station that forms a part of the Sydney Metro North West and a number of new medium density residential developments, both associated with and external to the development. The project involved engagement with government and private stakeholders including Transport for NSW, Sydney Metro North West, Urban Growth, The Hills Shire Council, Rouse Hill SPV and utility authorities.

 

In addition Cadence Australia provided strategic advice and project management services associated with various elements of the proposed expansion of the Northern Frame (approx. 35,000 sqm of new retail) and mixed-use development land adjoining the centre both of which will be developed by GPT.

Tramsheds, Harold Park

Harold Park NSW

 

The Tramshed at Harold Park was built in 1908, the Heritage listed Tramshed is being converted from a tram maintenance shed to a shopping centre consisting of a GLA of 7500 sqm, 1 x major and numerous specialties.

 

Cadence Australia was engaged as the Superintendent for the fully documented building contract.

Orion Springfield Central

Springfield QLD

 

Cadence Australia was engaged to assist Mirvac Developments. The shopping centre provides 40 specialty outlets, new Coles, Target, Event Cinemas. Services include design and consultant coordination and design review, specialist programming services.

Tweed City Shopping Centre

 

Cadence Australia was the project manager and tenancy co-ordinator for the redevelopment of the 43,500sqm Tweed City Shopping Centre for Dexus Property Group.

 

The redevelopment consisted of demolition and construction as well as tenancy coordination of multiple existing areas within and additional areas to a major sub-regional shopping centre as well as staging the works to ensure the shopping centre and food court remained operational at all times . The additional scope consisted of an additional 72 new speciality tenancies, two "mini majors", a new Coles supermarket, nine kiosks and eight food court tenancies and 600 additional parking spaces.

 

This scope required extensive planning and programming as well as stakeholder management. The excavation of what was site contaminated with acid sulphates was a challenge within the programme, as well as the consideration of king tides and the flooding of the excavation.

 

Cadence Australia's management processes during the redevelopment contributed to the project's success in achieving every major milestone with maximum tenancy occupation at every staged opening, and the delivery of the project completion 3 months ahead of schedule.

Fraser Motorcycles Showroom Redevelopment

 

Cadence Australia managed the demolition, design and construction of Fraser Motorcycle's new "state of the art" motorcycle showroom, work shop and café. The development also comprised of office and meeting spaces for the company's national operations.

 

The design process for this particular project required extensive analysis of the end user requirements and specialised equipment where Cadence had to closely work with the design team and the Contractor to ensure these requirements were adhered too.

 

Crossroads

Casula

 

The Crossroads Mega Centre is a Bulky Goods and retail development of approx. 60,000 sq. m. Cadence Australia project managed the fully designed and documented project which was constructed over three stages with two major and 40 other tenants including food outlets. The project also included 4 super lots available for redevelopment.

 

Part of the design was to ensure that the infrastructure needs of the 4 super lots were in place for the next stages of construction.

 

Cadence Australia's role included project management for the design and documentation, procurement, the contract administration of the building works and the High Voltage part of the infrastructure works.

Big W Refurbishments

New South Wales

 

On behalf of Big W, Cadence Australia managed the retail refurbishment works to existing Big W Retail Centres throughout NSW. The scopes included a general upgrade of trading floors to improve the appearance of the stores including new trading floor checkouts, gondolas, floor vinyl upgrade and associated services modifications. Works were conducted through a strict OH&S and detailed staging process (usually involving night works), whilst the stores maintained trading. This required strong "people management" skills in the management of the contractor, client subcontractors, store personnel, public and centre management.

 

Sydney Central Plaza

 

Cadence Australia managed the redevelopment of the former Grace Bros building, including major demolition works, retainment of 3 heritage listed facades and significant staging of construction whilst maintaining retail trading.

Metcentre

 

Cadence Australia's responsibilities included management of the authorities, design and delivery of the refurbishment of the retail, food court and commercial levels whilst trading continued throughout, including careful management of staging and buildability planning.

Capalaba Central

Brisbane, Queensland

 

Capalaba Central Shopping Centre underwent a $47 million dollar redevelopment that included a new Harvey Norman Superstore and a new Coles Supermarket. The project increased the Centre size to 43,000sqm and included 25 additional speciality and service retailers. The refurbishment involved a new 500 seat food court and a relocated the cinema entrance. Cadence Australia had a minor role at the completion of the project reporting on "project finalisation" directly to Dexus Retail. This role involved careful monitoring of the Contractor's program and the "on site" performance of the Contractor as Practical Completion approached.