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Wednesday, October 18th, 2017

Wildara is pleased to announce that it has been engaged by the NSW Department of Family & Community Services (FACS) to provide project management services for the refurbishment of their Mayfield, Charlestown and Tamworth offices.

The project will provide enhanced working accommodation enabling more efficient and effective delivery of community services. The refurbishment will also incorporate specialised social interior design initiatives aimed at creating a relaxed and supportive environment for both staff and the community.

To successfully deliver the project Wildara is responsible for the provision of the following services:

  • Project Management
  • Construction Management
  • Design & Engineering Management
  • Contract Administration
  • Procurement
  • Cost Planning
  • Construction Supervision.

The project will be delivered over a twelve-month time frame with completion expected in the third quarter of 2018. Project Manager Brendan Rijn noted that “Wildara is proud to partner with FACS to collaboratively deliver this vital project for the Department and Hunter region, which will further enhance FACS’ capability to provide essential services in supporting the local community.”

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    Provision of a high quality refurbishment of Mayfield, Charlestown and Tamworth offices to create a supportive and productive environment for FACS Staff.

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  • Lae War Cemetery Pedestal Replacement

    The Lae War Cemetery was established in 1944 by the Australian Army Graves Service containing the graves of men who lost their lives during the New Guinea Campaign in World War II.

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