NSW RFS Tamworth Fire Control Centre

Construction of a new RFS central base to be attended by permanent staff during normal operations and utilised for training events, as well as functioning as a mobilising headquarters unit during emergency events. Scope includes 2 helipads, 3 training rooms, offices and administration areas, amenities and carparking.

Client:  NSW Rural Fire Service
Architect: Hill Lockart Architects
Delivery Form: Construct Only
Location: Tamworth, NSW
Value: $8m
Completion date: March 2022

Centrelink Tamworth

Construction Only delivery of new office facilities for 65 staff from the Australian Department of Health Services, incorporating Centrelink and Medicare offices. RCC redesigned the foundation in response to unknown latent conditions in the sewer, providing the client with significant cost savings and achieving practical completion 2 weeks earlier than planned.

Client: Tamdan Developments
Architect: Team Design Australia
Delivery Form: Design & Construct
Location: Tamworth, NSW
Value: $3m
Completion date: May 2013

Blue Mountains Cultural Centre & Coles Supermarket

The Blue Mountains Cultural Centre is a new regional art gallery combined with an interpretive centre devoted to education about the distinctive environment, history and culture of the region. It showcases innovative, diverse, distinctive and creative cultural programs for enjoyment by residents of, and visitors to, the Blue Mountains.

The Cultural Centre building will also house the new Katoomba Library in an exciting partnership to deliver programs merging art and literature. It is a bright and modern facility with plenty of natural light and quiet spaces. It provides a wonderful resource for the whole community and is the first new library to be built in the Blue Mountains in over thirty years.

The Library features a range of collections such as fiction, non-fiction, reference, biographies, CDs, DVDs, magazines and newspapers as well as an exciting new children’s area with picture books, readers, fiction and non-fiction. It includes a multipurpose space for activities such as children’s story times and book launches, meeting spaces, quiet study areas, lounges for reading, a youth area and more computers for internet access.

The Cultural Centre’s primary functions are the City Art Gallery and the World Heritage Interpretive Centre, along with:

  • Foyer – providing cultural and visitor information
  • Theatrette/Seminar Room – for seminars and presentations
  • Multi Purpose Workshop – for educational public programs
  • Gallery Restaurant/Café – for fine food and outdoor dining
  • Gallery Shop – providing quality craft and mementos of the Blue Mountains region
  • Two public courtyards and a scenic viewing platform –providing opportunities for outdoor events and spectacular views over the Jamison Valley.

The spacious state-of-the-art regional gallery is 600m2 and is air conditioned to international conservation standard. It features quality, curated, local, regional and major touring exhibitions and offer educational workshops and outreach programs to the community

Client: Coles Group Property Development Ltd
Architect: Hassell & Scott Carver Architects
Delivery Form: Design & Construct
Location: Blue Mountains, NSW
Value: $38.9 m
Completion date: October 2012

Narellan Library

This two level building consists of a ground floor library and public facilities as well as community offices and cafe. The first floor accommodates a sound studio, dark room, multi-function room, youth activities area and office space. Additional parking was also required.

Client: Camden Council
Architect: GSA Group
Delivery Form: Construct Only
Location: Narellan, NSW
Value: $7.6 m
Completion date: March 2005

Debbie and Abbey Borgia Community Centre

This recreation centre comprises three basketball courts, change rooms, cafe, multi-purpose rooms, carparks and associated site works. Marrickville Council has been awarded the winner of the Australand Local Government Award for this project by the Australian Property Institute Inc, NSW division.

Client: Marrickville Council
Architect: McPhee Architects
Delivery Form: Design & Construct
Location: Marrickville, NSW
Value: $5.2 m
Completion date: October 2003

Eaglevale Library

The construction of a range of new community facilities that are integrated with the existing Leisure Centre building, form a community cultural centre. Works include a branch library, internet centre, shop, meeting room and entry pavilion. Part of the works are to be carried out in occupied premises.

Client: Campbelltown Council
Architect: Tanner & Associates
Delivery Form: Construct Only
Location: Campbelltown, NSW
Value: $3.3 m
Completion date: July 2003

Blacktown Leisure Centre

This leisure centre, built for the Blacktown City Council, includes a wave pool with five surf wave patterns differing in size and intensity, a program pool with a moveable floor, a 25m lap pool, spa, sauna and steam room, fully equipped gym and group fitness studio, function centre, retail store and cafeteria. There is also a two-court stadium suitable for basketball, netball, soccer, volleyball and badminton tournaments, corporate events, trade shows and exhibitions with seating for 300 people.

Client: Blacktown City Council
Architect: Cox Richardson
Delivery Form: Construct Only
Location: Blacktown, NSW
Value: $16.5 m
Completion date: September 2002

Balmoral Bathers Pavilion

RCC breathes new life into this Sydney icon. The restoration, conservation and fitout of the heritage listed Balmoral Bathers Pavilion was the replication and replacement of defective elements such as windows, doors and stairs throughout the building. The restaurant’s premium fitout was designed to retain the heritage feel of the old building with exposed wooden beams contrasting with modern kitchen and bathroom facilities. The restoration included an 80 seat cafe, 100 seat function room and restaurant.

Client: Mosman Council
Architect: Alex Popov
Delivery Form: Construct Only
Location: Balmoral Beach, NSW
Value: $4.6 m
Completion date: August 1999