Working to Architectural, Civil, Hydraulic and Electrical Engineering designs by Brighthouse, Ertech mobilised and completed the forward works ahead of schedule to allow the relocatable buildings to be installed in time for the workforce mobilisation.
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Having avoided the worst of the devastating Toodyay fire in December 2009, Lesley and Kevin Hug, owners of the Moondyne Holiday Park and Chalets are determined to move forward with their grand design for the tourist accommodation park.
Lesley and Kevin engaged Brighthouse to assist the the planning and design for the redevelopment of the superb bush property, located opposite the Toodyay Racecourse. The preliminary design incorporates tourist caravan and camp sites, self-contained tourist accommodation, special amenities and a residential park home section to cater for active retirees.
Brighthouse Principal Strategist, David Holland is excited about the potential for the caravan park and expects it to be a popular weekend getaway for Perth residents. David is currently working with Brighthouse's architects and engineering consultants to prepare plans for Shire planning approval.
Watch this space as the grand plan unfolds!
The Shire of Shark Bay has engaged Brighthouse to prepare a Business Case Study in support for funding applications for the proposed Cultural & Recreation Centre to be located at Denham.
The innovative design is the result of wide community consultation and will cater for a variety of active and passive events. There is flexibility to add other facilities in the future as funding permits.
It is anticipated that the Centre will have high usage from all segments of the community including school-age children, youth, seniors, sporting, indigenous and social groups and visiting sports teams.
Brighthouse will demonstrate the benefit of the Cultural and Recreations Centre for the wider Shark Bay community and detail its potential uses, including the potential as a cyclone shelter, to funding providers.
The construction camp for workers involved in the Ord Irrigation Expansion Project in Kununurra is now completed. Constructed in record time, the camp named Garrjang Village is currently accommodating workers engaged by lead Contractor, Moonamang Joint Venture and other personnel associated with the project.
The camp plays an important role in accommodating workers on the Ord Expansion Project and avoids any major impact on the provision of tourist accommodation in the town during the peak tourist season.
Mandurah businesses will soon take a lead role in the transition from paper and fixed workplaces to online and work-from-home based arrangements utilising ultra-high speed internet networks.
Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy Senator Stephen Conroy today welcomed NBN Co’s announcement of 19 second release sites for the next stage of its rollout of fibre to the premises on mainland Australia as part of the National Broadband Network (NBN).
Senator Conroy said the second release sites would build on the work NBN Co was doing in the five first release sites.
"The rollout of fibre to the premise will deliver speeds of up to 100 Mbps, 50 times faster than most people experience today,” Senator Conroy said.
These second release sites comprise 14 new locations, and five sites adjacent to the existing first release sites. The second release sites are:
Victoria – Bacchus Marsh, South Morang (Melbourne)
Queensland – Brisbane (inner north), Springfield Lakes, Toowoomba.
NSW – Riverstone (Western Sydney), Coffs Harbour
South Australia – Modbury, Prospect
Western Australia – Victoria Park (Perth), Geraldton, Mandurah
Northern Territory – Casuarina
ACT – Gungahlin
Five existing locations to receive an additional rollout site are Minnamurra/Kiama Downs and Armidale in NSW, Townville in Qld, Brunswick in Melbourne, Victoria and Willunga in South Australia. As the entire township of Willunga is already part of the rollout, the nearby communities of Seaford / McLaren Vale will be the adjacent site.
"As with the five first release sites, NBN Co has chosen the second release sites based on a range of engineering, network design and logistical criteria.”
Each site will see the network rolled out past approximately 3,000 premises. The exact areas to be covered within these locations will be determined by NBN Co after further consultation with local authorities.
"NBN Co’s consultation with local authorities in the delivery of these sites is further evidence of the importance it places on taking a cooperative approach to the rollout.”
Construction in the second release locations is scheduled for the second quarter of 2011.
"Ultimately, the NBN will provide all premises in Australia with affordable, high speed broadband, no matter where they are located.”
Senator Conroy said today’s announcement builds on the significant work already underway in the delivery of the NBN.
Caravan park and accommodation development consultant Brighthouse has been selected to design a new facility to meet worker's accommodation requirements as for the Ord-East Kimberley’s Expansion Project.