Some of our recent work
Total Tools - Windsor Gardens - August 2019
Architect: Dash Architects
Refurbishment of an existing warehouse split into two tenancies.
B & V Ceilings relined internal wet areas, installed door frames + full height tenancy wall & internal leafs as required to carry new linings.
The fascade framing infill was also completed by B & V Ceilings and lined by Alien Roofing.
OTR Greenacres - August 2019
Architect: ADS Architects
B & V Ceilings work alongside Partek to build demo and construct a new service station with 24/7 conveniences added.
B & V Ceilings did the internal linings as well as assisted with external framing to parapat and canopy walls.
The new OTR with Guzman Y Gomez, C-Coffee, Moe’s Dog and Shake + Krispy Kreme doughnuts is a welcome addition to the community.
ONE Apartments, 248 Flinders Street, Adelaide - August 2019
Architect: Loucas Zahos
This 22 storey apartment building was completed in August 2019. Having 98 unique apartments it has been a challenge for all involved.
Exposed concrete soffits and high exposure to glancing light via full-height glazing, this job requires a high level of workmanship and attention to detail.
Known as the ‘Garden Apartments’ to some, the feature green walls and external facades with plants will be a sight to behold.
Goodlife Health Clubs - Noarlunga & West Lakes - 2018
Architect: Donnan Consulting
Goodlife Health Clubs contracted ICM Construction to complete the two clubs which were completed back to back with a tight schedule. There were many obstacles to overcome with a tight schedule and all trades had to work in close proximity with open communication to ensure the job would be completed by the deadline.
B & V Ceilings completed the Ceilings & Partitions as well as the external soffits.
West Lakes Apartments (Ivy, Jasmine, Gallery) 2015 - 2018
Builder: Commercial & General
This is a large development and part of the ‘WEST’ project that Commerical & General are actively undertaking. The whole area has been transformed into many blocks of apartments and townhouses to suit the modern lifestyle.
B & V worked closely with C & G to ensure apartments were a quality build, to the specifications and delivered on-time.
B & V undertook the soffit works, ceilings & linings, fire rated door frames and many other items to assist in streamlining items into one package with one contractor.
Harley Heaven & Peter Stevens Service Centre - 2018
Builder: Hansen Yuncken
Harley Heaven was a total refurbishment including a new first-floor office.
Peter Stevens also undertook a total refurbishment to modernise and refresh the look of the building and their customer service centre.
Seymour College Learning & Innovation Centre - 2017
Architect: Swanbury Penglase
On the back of successfully completing previous projects at Seymour College, Partek has recently completed construction of a new Learning & Innovation Centre.
The project comprised of a high-end fit-out, full façade upgrade and two new balconies. The project had a tight construction programme but was completed on time prior to the start of the first term in 2018.
The job had many complicated bulkheads with perforated plasterboard. They were all designed and flushed in a way to appear seamless. Working closely with the Swanbury Penglase and Partek, B & V Ceilings achieved the desired look and a high-level finish.
Moore Stephens Fitout - 2017
Architect: Design Inc
Partek were engaged by Moore Stephens to undertake the fitout works of their new office space in Adelaide’s CBD.
The new office comprises of new meeting rooms, offices, large open plan workstation areas and a new boardroom across two levels.
The new space promotes a collaborative and functional work environment through substantial audio-visual communications, operable walling and a large amount of internal glazing throughout. Feature wall paneling provides a seamless connection between the carefully thought out floor plate, to ensure an aesthetically pleasing atmosphere for internal employees and external customers alike.
Early contractor involvement with both the client and consultant team enabled Partek to incorporate a number of value management ideas into the design, offering cost effective solutions whilst still maintaining design intent.
With a fast-tracked programme and a number of logistical challenges, Partek were proactive in working with their subcontractors and suppliers to maintain a successful completion for all involved.
Bulky Goods - Domayne Retail Development - 2017
Architect: Aspex Building Design
Partek were engaged to construct a new 7200m² Building which contains 2 tenancy compartments and 2 warehouse compartments. The majority of the building i.e. 1 tenancy compartment and 2 warehouse compartments now houses Domayne Furniture’s first store in Adelaide and the remaining tenancy is leased by Plush Sofas. The building is constructed primarily of precast concrete and structural steel and is roofed using an insulated panel product. The project also contains approximately 5000m² of carpark and roadways which also formed part of Partek’s contract.
Mazda Dealership, Mawson Lakes - 2016
Palumbo completed the design and construction of a brand new Mazda sales and service showroom at Greenfields. The project includes the construction of a 883sqm showroom over two levels, 936sqm workshop with offices and wash bay. The structure consisted of approximately 800sqm of precast panels, structural steel and glazed façade. Palumbo successfully completed the project in the client’s strict construction timeframe of 6 months whilst adhering to Mazda’s Design Guidelines.
Henley Beach Police Station - 2016
The project consisted of the demolition of the existing buildings and construction of a 600sqm precast, structural steel and core filled blockwork office facility with external works and landscaping. The office fitout included feature joinery, toilet partitions, high security doors and shutters, access control and security, loose furniture and desk installation as well as a feature timber fence using recycled Moonta Bay jetty timbers.
The Pines School Development
The Pines Primary School Library Refurbishment was a Design and Construct contract by Novation.
The redevelopment included a 900m2 learning centre with toilet blocks, computer hub, teaching prep room, and arts centre.
In addition 2 buildings were gutted, and a 300m2 extension was built to join the two existing buildings to create a large open library, new economics rooms and a reconstructed staff room.
On this project Palumbo Building was able to minimise costs and achieved efficiency by utilising existing services and structures.
The schools were occupied by students and thus construction was conducted on site in concurrent multiple component staging to minimise interference with the facility. The project was delivered to budget, and ahead of schedule.
Elizabeth Tafe – Feeder Development
The Elizabeth Tafe project is situated in the carpark behind the existing Tafe Trade Building. This project comprised of the removal of bitumen car park along with surrounding trees, kerbing and vegetation to make way for the new building.
The project included intensive hydraulic underground services including PH Tanks, Grease Arrestors Water Tanks etc. The building is mainly constructed from precast concrete panels along with concrete blockwork and danpalon cladding.
The building has been designed with facilities and provisions for students to practice and train their respective trades including wet areas for showering and a first aid room for treatment in case of an injury.
Rosewater Football Club – New Clubrooms
The new building was constructed using core filled masonry blockwork and included the construction of 2 off mezzanine’s to service the mechanical, cool room and Bar plant equipment.
The club’s new facilities were of high quality which included a new bar with integrated cool room and new kitchen facilities to service a busy Saturday afternoon of football or a packed function on a Saturday night.
BAE Systems Infill Building
The BAE infill building was built to provide two existing office buildings totalling 3700m2 with amenities. The area consisted of male & female toilets and change rooms, two disabled toilets, cleaners room and a large open common area.
It also was built to link the two existing office buildings together. The infill building was also designed and built in a way to cater for future expansion which will include meeting rooms, office and further amenities.