Commercial Retail

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Hope Island Marketplace, Gold Coast

This project involved the design and construction of the new retail Centre located in Hope Island on the Northern Gold Coast, that includes Woolworths, Aldi, Specialty Shops, Cafes, Offices and Fast Food Outlets.

 

This development also includes a basement car park and extensive external car parking and a road upgrade for the shopping Centre.

Michael Bale & Associates worked alongside the builder in the Design and Construct stages and provided both Structural and Civil Engineering services to deliver an alternative design providing approximately $2.2M saving in construction costs to deliver a successful tender for the contractor.

QIC - Home & Life Centre, Robina

Michael Bale & Associates have undertaken the detailed design of a 3.5Ha bulky good retail development with 14,770sqm of retail space.

The structural works included extensive pavements, tilt panel walls and structural steelwork framing. The civil works included extensive earthworks and car parking grading as well as extensive stormwater infrastructure.

Pavilions Retail Centre Expansion, Palm Beach

Michael Bale & Associates were involved in the design and construction of this new retail Centre expansion to an existing development. The works included a significant upsizing in floor area for a Coles supermarket, as well as new units for other specialty shops

Significant upgrades to the surrounding roadworks as well as water and sewer infrastructure was required to service the new development.

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Woolworths, Burleigh Heads

The structural and civil engineering works for this project included a cantilevered soldier pier with shotcrete shoring for excavation of lower level retail. The suspended car parking level was constructed as a water tight and trafficable post tension floor. 

 

Michael Bale & Associates were also responsible for design and documentation of the feature steelwork canopies and external facade.

The project site had the specific challenge of requiring a deep foundation solution through compressible inorganic materials.

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Coles, Kedron

The structural and civil engineering works for this project included a cantilevered soldier pier with shotcrete shoring for excavation of lower level retail. The suspended car parking level was constructed as a water tight and trafficable post tension floor.

Michael Bale & Associates were also responsible for design and documentation of the feature steelwork canopies and external facade.

The project site had the specific challenge of requiring a deep foundation solution through compressible inorganic materials.

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Woolworths, Seacrest (Geraldton, WA)

This project involves the design and construction of a new Woolworths and BWS shopping complex with an additional eight specialty stores and a standalone commercial building. The Development was completed in mid 2017.

The project involved long span steel framing with tilt up concrete panels and suspended concrete mezzanine structures.

Michael Bale & Associates worked closely with the contractor to significantly reduce the steel and concrete tonnage from the initial tender design to become the successful team.

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Coles, Pacific Pines

The project involved the design and construction of a standalone Coles at Pacific Pines to the current Coles Design Specifications. 

The works include a multi-level concrete framed building with a basement car park, a suspended concrete general floor area and a large ground level car-park. There is a basement car parking level, basement loading dock and level 1 mezzanine.

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Woolworths, Mt Pleasant 

The development includes a Woolworths tenancy suspended over two levels of basement car parking with medical and commercial tenancies located on the upper level.

Michael Bale & Associates provided value engineering to the successful contractor, which the consultant team adopted to realise the construction savings. We also completed the design and documentation of the post tensioned suspended slabs.

Construction is due to be complete in mid 2019.