KME Services NZ has been awarded the Electrical contract for the CDHB ASB to be delivered by CPB Contractors.
The Acute Services Building is the largest government project in the Canterbury rebuild.
The building will be 62,000 square metres in size and is being constructed to Importance Level 4 (IL4), ensuring it will be a safe environment for staff, patients, and visitors. CPB (formerly Leighton Contractors) has been selected to build the new Acute Services Building following a full tender process.
The $445 million building is scheduled to open in 2018.
Once complete it will house:
The new theatres will allow the Canterbury DHB to perform an additional 6,000 surgeries a year and inpatient ward blocks over six floors will provide approximately 400 beds, including purpose-designed spaces for children.
KME services have been engaged by main contractor ADCO Construction to carry out the Electrical and Communications works for the QUT Sportsfield Carpark project. The sportsfield carpark will be located on the existing Sports Lane Oval at the Kelvin Grove Campus.
The project consists of a two storey carpark accommodating around 800 cars and an artificial turf soccer sportsfield and adjacent amenities located on the rooftop. The facility will provide car parking amenity for the campus together with an enhanced sporting facility for student recreational sporting activities and Faculty of Health teaching and learning requirements.
KME Services have recently completed the Brisbane Domestic Airport Retail Upgrade with Watpac Specialty Services. The contract was completed over 5 stages in the highly secure environment at a total contract value of $1.9m.
The project provided Base Build tenancy spaces for Food & Beverage stores as well as Retail Shops and the Main Public Seating Area.
Completed in July 2016, the project included the following services:
Klenner Murphy Electrical was awarded the Electrical Contract for the Moreton Bay Rail Link, a landmark project that was set to transform one of Australia’s fastest growing urban areas. Delivered by Thiess, their innovative and cost-efficient design provides a fully-integrated transport solution that connects road and rail infrastructure to ‘future proof' this expanding region.
The long awaited $1.147 billion Moreton Bay Rail (MBR) project is jointly funded by the Australian and Queensland governments, and Moreton Bay Regional Council.
As a full service rail provider, Thiess lead the design and construction of this Greenfield Project including a 12.6-kilometre dual-track passenger line, six new rail stations, Stabling Yard at Kippa-Ring, and shared user path. Thiess also delivered the third and fourth tracks for the brownfield 1.5-kilometre Lawnton to Petrie section, in partnership with Queensland Rail.
KME Services completed the Electrical Services for the Virgin Domestic Business Lounge at Brisbane Airport. This was done in two parts, a Base Build which was delivered by Watpac Specialty Services and then the Fit Out which was delivered by Built.
The $0.5m Base Build element included the following:
The $1.4m Virgin Australia Tier 1 Lounge Fit Out followed on from the Base Build and was the combination of a new tenancy and the refurbishment of the existing lounge. The works were completed in 5 stages to ensure that the busy lounge environment was able to keep operating. Various stages ran concurrently.
The services provided by KME included:
The completed package handed over on time in September 2015.
Laing O’Rourke awarded Klenner Murphy Electrical the High Voltage cable installation contract in central Queensland. The project consisted of the Installation, Termination and Testing of High Voltage Cables at Condabri Central (20km south of Miles) and Reedy Creek (130km west of Miles).
When completed the project was set to provide work for up to 70 people and use local suppliers where applicable to support local industries. This project built on Klenner Murphy’s existing relationship with Land O’Rourke and its abilities.
KME Services are currently working on the Qantas Lounge Expansion at Brisbane Domestic Airport. The contract for the Base Build services package with ADCO Construction is valued at $1.7m. The extent of the Base Build phase is being done in stages to maintain the busy operation of the Qantas Lounge and Valet Parking area, as well as maintaining the busy bus lanes operated at the airport.
The first stage included the changes to the bus lanes and parking, moving the main parking area and setting up a temporary Qantas Valet Office and new outdoor car park with new pole lighting and CCTV. The next stage involved the installation of new as well as the auditing and repairing of over 90 communications and electrical pits and installing a new network of tunnel bored underground conduits.
The final stage is the demolition and expansion of the Qantas end of the Domestic Terminal to create a base build shell for the following:
This stage is currently underway and requires a great deal of co-ordination with Qantas and Brisbane Airport Corporation to plan and conduct efficient and precise shutdowns of live airport services.
KME Services are currently working on the General Aviation Terminal Upgrade at Brisbane Airport for FDC Construction. The Electrical Services package is worth $0.5m and is due to be completed in October 2016. The contract is being done in stages to maintain full operation of the terminal.
The works involved in the refurbishment of this active passenger terminal include:
Klenner Murphy Electrical was awarded the design and construct project with main contractor Hutchinson Builder for the new Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology Laboratory located at Bowen Hills QLD. The new state of the art central hub for Sonic Healthcare’s Queensland arm will provide Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology with much-needed additional space for future growth. The building consists of 3 basement car parking levels, 4 levels of office and laboratory space and 1 roof & plant deck.
Following the initial tender process, Klenner Murphy worked closely with Hutchinson’s and the client on design development and value engineering. As part of the design development, Klenner Murphy re-designed the reticulation, lighting, power, communications and security installations. The design changes enabled the client to achieve their budget and also make power savings that reduced the size of the backup power.