CDI Group was initially engaged to carry out the walls and ceilings package for Building A – Pathology and Education. This highly complex work involved working with numerous services to ensure a quality fit out that met regulatory requirements and specifications due to the nature of the works – being predominately laboratories (Viral, Acoustic, Fire Rating).
CDI Group was contracted by Police and Nurses Credit Society to complete the construction of their new, two level commercial office fitout of the recently completed office space at 130 Stirling Street, Perth.
The Monadelphous project was what is called an “integrated fitout”, meaning that our work needed to be completed whilst the base building was still being constructed by a seperate contractor. This situation required high-level communication, coordination and management to ensure an uninterrupted workflow for all parties.
HBO+EMTB had designed an executive, modern corporate environment that reflected Middletons professionalism and work ethic. Through the execution of the high-end finishes, unique artwork and joinery, sophisticated use of ceiling materials, a combination of quality flooring finishes and the detailed application of materials, CDI Group was able to deliver
The brief was to create a functional, modern working environment to accommodate a mining company. The location was a late 70’s warehouse in Osborne Park. The space presented its own challenges as the original building was never intended to accommodate an office environment of this size.
The aim of the project was to complete a new head office for the Australian arm of eni. CDI Group was appointed as the head contractor in a Design and Construction procurement model, and both Hassell and ATA Engineering were novated to CDI Group at the completion of the Brief and Schematic design.
When DLA Piper moved into Central Park, one of Perth’s premier buildings located in the heart of the CBD, it required a new working space that complemented its professional working style. The fitout also needed to create an environment that was comfortable for staff and assisted in the retention of employees by providing an enjoyable place to work.
Due to rapid expansion, Atlas Iron, one of the most dynamic and fastest growing companies in Australia, required a new work environment. The space not only needed to accommodate the company’s predicted growth but also had to enable staff to work in a functional modern fitout that encouraged collaboration and staff communication.
The Great Eastern Highway commercial development comprised of a dual lot amalgamation to the City of Belmont. With a total land holding of 3,300 sqm the zoning permitted a number of mixed business uses. The project demonstrated maximum financial and demographic value for medium sized showrooms.