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SSWA Desalination Administration Building Wins!

A recent winner in the Commercial Buildings category at this year's Master Builder's Association Building Excellence Awards, the Southern Sea Water Alliance Desalination Administration building was designed and constructed to be the ‘show piece’ of the much acclaimed Desalination Plant located in Binningup, Western Australia.

Built with exceptional architectural finishes (including stone cladding, composite aluminium cladding and glazed walls) and accommodating a high standard of services, the building delivers an image of lasting quality and complexity.

Visit our Projects Page to see full details on this outstanding project.

Deon Attard - Runner-Up Apprentice of the Year

Deon is a valued team member at Smith Constructions. His attitude, work ethic and personality makes him well liked and respected by his supervisor and colleagues.

It’s Deon’s skill in carpentry, dedication to the construction industry and willingness to learn all aspects of construction that makes him a valued all-rounder within the workplace, and a deserving awardee in this years MBA Building Excellence Awards Apprentice of the Year category.

 

Recently completed- Meadow Springs Primary School

Smith Constructions is pleased to announce the completion of the new Meadow Springs Primary School.

A majority of the buildings within the school were positioned to maximise natural light while optimising cooling summer breezes, with building positions and screening vegetation reducing the effect of hot easterly winds. Mature Tuart trees and other existing vegetation were retained where possible and provides an immediate connection to the natural environment.

 

Smith Constructions awarded project in the Pilbara!

Smith Constructions is excited to announce recently being awarded an $11 million contract for the final two stages of Hedland Senior High School’s redevelopment.

Hedland Senior High School services the towns of Port Hedland and South Hedland. The work includes a new administration building, two new single storey learning blocks, the partial refurbishment of nearby Hardie House, and an upgrade of the school’s fire services.

 

We've just completed a $1.2 M at Collie Power Station

In June we completed our latest large civil foundation works at Collie Power Station, one of the largest coal-fired power stations in Western Australia.

Our client, Kempe Group, required were for a high degree of project planning, OSH and Quality Control with weekly progress and project control reports.

The project involved demolition, piling, formwork (reinforcing, fixing, concrete placement), and holding down bolt placement and survey.

The construction required working around and identifying existing power station services, CFA piling, large concrete foundations, plant bases and plinths.  Works also involved demolition of existing foundations in restricted working areas.