ECHUCA’S new state-of-the-art ambulance station is almost complete. Ambulance Victoria expects paramedics to start moving into the new branch, on the corner of Ogilvie Ave and High St, by the end of March.
Ambulance team members and the local community are excited about this new era for ambulance services in Echuca, the new branch will feature eight ambulance bays and dedicated training, rest and kitchen facilities. It will also have the capacity for extra vehicles and paramedics to respond to major events.
Building contractor the Macneil Group was appointed to build the station after the old one was demolished earlier last year.
Group company Ansa Doors has continued its strong association with Ambulance Victoria by supplying two (2x) motorised AB100 Series Bifold Doors for the front of the building, one(1x) H13 heavy duty roller shutter for the rear entry and one (1x) bespoke sliding gate for the rear carpark entry.
Ansa Doors has a proven track record for supplying highly engineered and reliable products for Ambulance stations throughout Victoria.
IDE’s manufacturing engineers and team of fitters never give up on exceeding customer expectations. One of our regular valued customers; TATA Salt, had a busted door and it needed replacing. Our surveyors were quickly on the scene to ensure TATA salt could maintain their production line and prevent valuable materials from being ruined by the bad weather.
Within 24 hours we had surveyors go out to measure the door and a replacement door was manufactured straight from our factory. Disaster struck the following day with further flash floods in some parts of the UK. Our fitters were wading through rivers to get to the TATA site.
Following the battle with the river én route to TATA the damaged door was quickly replaced with a new electronically operated roller shutter door. As a result, TATA could get back to their busy schedule.
Becon construction were engaged to develop a new stadium for Emanuel College in Point Cook.
Group company Mirage Doors were contracted to provide 3 x S5000 series glazed vertical lift doors to the façade to provide open access and airflow to the stadium.
These included protection canopies for the motorisation and drive shafts and glazing to match the adjacent façade.
Group company Austral Monsoon Building Products (AMBP) have recently invested in a combination wet spray/glue booth that is energy efficient and environmentally friendly. The booth is designed, manufactured and was installed to comply with all current mandatory Australian standards and regulatory compliances. The investment allows AMBP to offer it’s customers a fast turnaround on wet spray painting including etch prime, Acrylic and PU two coat finishes. The glue booth allows the manufacture of low and high security Doors to the Prison and Commercial market sectors.
The combination wet spray/glue booth complements the existing powder coating booth.
Appointed by the City of Sydney Council, Cockram Constructions undertook the construction management of the Alexandra Canal Works Depot in the community subdivision at 67A Bourke Road, Alexandria. The purpose of the depot is to provide waste, maintenance and construction services for the southern city area. The building is 5 green star-rated and uses sustainability initiatives. These include natural ventilation and lighting, roof water collection and re-use, solar power, energy and water efficient equipment and locally produced products where possible.
Austral Monsoon were engaged by Cockram Constructions to supply and install 14 off Steel Roller Shutters of Various Sizes, 11 off 9m wide Counterbalanced Bifold Doors and 1 off Aluminium Countertop Grill. In order to maintain the 5 green star-rating, the glass panels in the Counterbalanced Bifold Doors were selected specifically for the thermal properties.
The Alexandra Canal Project showcases Austral Monsoons diverse product portfolio and ability to provide customers with a “one stop shop” by combining products that would need to be provided by separate contractors otherwise. To further emphasis this, Austral Monsson Building Products were also engaged to provide louvre systems for this project making this a significant project for the AM Group.
The Nightingale apartment development in Brunswick has been designed by Breathe Architecture for Nightingale Housing, a social enterprise that supports, promotes and advocates for adequate housing that fosters environmental and social sustainability and strengthens communities.
The project involved the construction of a 5 storey apartment building under a design and construct delivery method. The building contains 20 apartments, ground floor retail and rooftop communal gardens.
Nightingale’s development and financial model is unique in that it advocates connected communities and sustainability, with capped project profits and a covenant upon resales ensuring affordability is passed on.
Group Company Airport Doors supplied and installed a range of unique Bi-Fold doors for the Level 1 Apartments. The Bifold Doors match the surrounding glass façade walls. The doors open onto the external balconies and create an open plan living environment looking over the street front.
The works also included the supply and installation of a bespoke twin leaf vertical lift door on the ground floor to service the retail development, as well as a high cycle carpark roller shutter to service the rear of the building.