Headland Park Project Completion
We are delighted to announce the safe and successful completion of the fitout works at the new Headland Park Project for Baulderstone Lend Lease.
All works were completed within the scheduled times with zero LTIs, MTIs and FAIs.
Several challenges were faced throughout the project including numerous design changes, high level of interfacing with client subcontractors and complex /unique construction details. The project involved some structural work as well as a fitout package for Barangaroo Headland Park, including:
- Construction of the structural steel frame to two lift shafts
- Frameless glazing to the lift shafts and Awnings
- Supply and installation of timber, fire rated, perforated and glazed doors for the entire park inclusive of reveals and surrounds
- 330m of Balustrade and 70m of Palisade fencing plus stair handrails
- Construction of light steel framed walls to the amenities buildings and car park managers office including all linings
- Floor and wall tiling to all amenities
- Fixtures and fittings for all amenities areas
- Linemarking, wayfinding and floor sealing for a 7,000m2 Carpark and associated areas
- Terrazzo toilet partitions to the amenities
The architectural ceiling is a Rondo suspension system with FC sheeting. The ceiling RL sits 2m below the building’s concrete soffit with the void being closed off by a perimeter bulkhead. The bulkhead has a bespoke aluminium shadow line angle, which projects 150mm from the line of perimeter line of the ceiling. The purpose of the angle is to ‘soften’ the line of the ceiling and create a more streamline look to the building’s entrance foyer. On the underside of the ceiling the FC sheets have exposed joints and are cut on a 45 degree angle to give a diamond effect to the ceiling cladding.
Pump station SPS14 was built in 1857 and is a heritage listed building. It was relocated from the centre of the site to the North West corner by Baulderstone in 2014 to make way for the new parkland. It has been adapted for reuse as one of the park’s public amenities block. Gartner Rose was contracted to provide the internal fit out, which included stud wall partitions with terrazzo and aluminium cladding panels, stainless steel mirrors, Vitrabond clad doors, bins, handrails, soap dispensers and toilet roll holders. In addition, the fit out scope included the recreation of the original wet well rim, which is a visible feature in the building’s concrete floor.
Special thanks to the project team and subcontractors. Congratulations to all on a safe and successful project.