Dual Honours for Pindan at WA Construction Awards
Integrated property and construction company Pindan has taken out top honours in two categories of the WA Master Builders Association Excellence in Construction Awards 2019, for projects in Wanneroo and Wembley.
The group won for Best Retail Building in the $5-$10 million range for its work on the redevelopment of Wanneroo Central Shopping Centre
on Wanneroo Rd.
Pictured L-R: Steve Kinchin - Design Manager Pindan, Ben Loury - Development Manager Charter Hall, Steve Herselman - Architect Taylor Robinson Chaney Broderick
The project featured a more than 2,200 square metre expansion of the Centre to make room for a new ALDI Supermarket, more than a dozen specialty stores, improved toilet facilities, and a new 235-bay car park.
Pindan also snapped up the Best Aged Care Building ($10 to $20 million category) Award for the design and construction of Koh-I-Noor Contemporary Care
, a two-level 80 room facility offering exceptional accommodation and high quality care on the corner of Pangbourne and Ruislip Streets in Wembley.
Pictured L-R: Luke Parker - Property Manager OP Properties, Lee Chalmers - Lead Design Manager Pindan, Shane Yensch - Executive Director Spine & Limb Foundation Inc., Todd Paterson - Director KPA Architects
Director Pindan Construction Mark Thompson said the company was delighted with the recognition.
Charter Hall Nominees’ Virginia Lloyd said the Pindan team working on the $9 million construction contract at Wanneroo Central was extremely professional and responsive.
Koh-I-Noor Contemporary Care facility manager Jennifer Neilsen praised Pindan’s skill and efficiency.
The Awards showcase and reward Master Builders Association members for demonstrating exceptional craftsmanship, commitment to building excellence, and upholding the highest professional standard and were announced at a gala ceremony last Saturday night (July 20) at Crown Perth.
Earlier this year, Pindan was recognised with five awards
at the Master Builders-Bankwest Kimberley-Pilbara Building Excellence Awards and, most recently, the Australian Institute of Building 2019 Professional Excellence in Building Awards, which recognise not what was built but how it was built for the Integrated Marine Operations Centre
in Port Hedland.
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