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August 2009
Client:Centro Properties Group
Project Management:Vegagroup
Brief:Painting & Electrical works on loading dock
Info:As with any painting job, the aim is to provide a protecting surface that is suitable for the environment and the ways in which this environment is used. Painting is not only about a better effect, but rather a minor maintenance procedure applied regularly to avoid a larger maintenance problem. Concrete walls are especially vulnerable to weathering and atmospherics conditions. What about a heavily used loading dock area, rampant with dust and heavy vehicles vibrating day-in day-out. Centro Woodcroft is located west of Blacktown city and it serves an area with a population of over 38,000 residents. It is an undeniably busy centre. Our painting & electrical teams initiated the project with multiple shifts, alternating at various times of the day in areas where work is safely plausible. Few days into the project and the long stretching walls along the loading dock started to look more as they should.
Time to complete:Aug 18 2009 - Aug 22 2009
James posted this on 23/08.

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Westfield Shoppingtown Miranda
Level 1, Store# 1062
August 2009
Client:QSR Pty Ltd
Project Management:Beraldo Design
Brief:Restaurant fit-out
Info:Situated in the midst of over 35 specialty food outlets spread across 3 busy shopping levels, the KFC restaurant at Westfield Miranda recently undergone a total refurbishment and face uplift in-line with KFCís remodelling program across Australia.
Vegagroup submitted the EH&S Management System describing the project details, including a Job Safety Analysis for the works to be carried out as well Vegagroupís Safe Work Practises and Operating Procedures.
On Friday August 16th at 7pm, works commenced with the construction of Westfieldís specific hoarding securing the area and sealing-off access to the worksite. The range of works was also managed between and beyond the normal trading hours. After hours work was programmed for long night shifts with a night security guard provided for the safety of personnel and property. Works involved demolition, masonry, metal framing, plastering, tiling, painting, joinery, mechanical services, hydraulic, refrigeration, electrical, menuboards & signage, fire services & security system.
Completed on a tight schedule while defects kept to a bare minimum, the safety hoarding was removed at 6pm on August 21st and the restaurant opened for trading the following day.
Time to complete:Aug 16 2009 - Aug 21 2009
Evin posted this on 23/08.

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Hungry Jack's
Hungry Jack's Warehouse
July 2009
Client:Competitive Foods Australia Pty Ltd
Project Management:Vegagroup
Brief:New shelving solutions and the construction of a new lunchroom
Info:Storage space is always in demand, and more storage space is always better than less. Space is a motivating force for any business, however large or small. Space for employees, for technicians, for plant, for product storage and for documentation.
Using space efficiently makes your operations more efficient. Many companies relocate needlessly when the space they need is around them all the time.
On this project, we aimed to unlock those hidden spaces using our experience and knowledge to create solutions that opened up existing storage and floor space. Itís like adding an extra dimension to the workshop, the area of the warehouse where the technicians conduct their repairs. Also the mezzanine area benefited from a new shelving configuration.
Another part of the project was the demolition of an existing room space making way for the new lunchroom. Walls were erected, doors built and facilities established providing for water and drainage and electrical. Overhaul painting was undertaken on all new surfaces hence providing a brighter and cleaner environment.
Time to complete:Jul 2009
James posted this on 18/07.

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Hungry Jack's
May 2009
Client:Competitive Foods Australia Pty Ltd
Project Management:Clifton Development Consultants
Brief:Exterior duct insulation with stainless steel for protection from weathering
Info:The aim was to remove the existing ducts and replace with new ducts with stainless steel shroud extending to full height all the way to the roof. Watertight seals were incorporated around the pipe at the interface between the pipes and the building. For this type of works, Industrial Rope Access was identified as the most flexible and cost effective, as opposed to the traditional cherry picker or obtrusive scaffolding. The exhaust duct originated from the restaurantís hood and spanned all the way to the roof.
Time to complete:May 2009
Nick posted this on 12/05.

Vegagroup's Industrial Rope Access team member undergoing stainless steel installation work at Hungry Jack's Century.Vegagroup's Industrial Rope Access team members skilfully manoeuvring their way down.Teamwork in mid-air.Vegagroup's Industrial Rope Access team member fastening the new stainless steel insulation.Completed works. The stainless steel shroud extends to full height all the way to the roof.
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