Project Coordination is pleased to have been awarded the Design and Construction Contract for the AEIOU Autism Centre, a Signature Project for the John James Foundation.

The AEIOU Autism Centre will be operated by the AEIOU Foundation to provide early interventional therapy and development programs for children aged 2-6 years affected by autism.

The facility will be a single level building broadly consisting of activity rooms, therapy rooms, craft rooms, storage, staff office amenity, meeting rooms, heated outdoor play areas (under roofline), outdoor play area and children’s play equipment, landscaping, perimeter fencing, garbage enclosure and hardstand car parking.

This signature project continues the Company’s relationship with the John James Foundation, having completed the award winning John James Village in 2016, which is Canberra’s home-away-from-home for people with life-threatening blood cancers.

The project is the second stage of a major upgrade to the Penshurst Park Sporting Hub including: a synthetic sports field with a hydraulic cricket wicket; a 275 seat grandstand; a youth centre with multipurpose sports courts; a new scoreboard; an all abilities playground; an outdoor exercise station; accessible toilets; a canteen; gender neutral and accessible change rooms and player facilities; sports medical rooms; physio and referee rooms; and a carpark upgrade.

Design development and construction of twenty Seniors Living Units in three buildings with elevator access, secure basement car parking and storage.
The project provides a high benchmark for the provision of social housing for seniors in NSW. The construction is of the highest standard and the design provides an outstanding quality of life outcome for residents. The structure is robustly constructed for low life-cycle cost and easy maintenance. The buildings are concrete framed with brick external walls and metal deck roofing and cladding.
The interiors are light and provide a comfortable living space whilst being easy to look after.
The external works and landscaping provides a pleasant living atmosphere for residents.

Refurbishment of existing building and replacement of existing retaining wall.
The works consisted of a complete roof replacement including strengthening of the structural framework—replacement of all lintels and windows—the drilling and installation of brick ties and replacement of salt deteriorated bricks—the cement rendering of the entire external facade—demolition and replacement of asbestos eaves—replacement of internal wall and ceiling linings—some new doors—new lighting and electrical fixtures—painting throughout—stormwater upgrade—and the construction of a new awning and precast retaining wall.

Construction of a visually striking eight metre wide pedestrian access bridge over the M1 Motorway. It links the Nan Tien Buddhist Temple with the Nan Tien Institute which are located on opposite sides of the Princes Motorway at Berkeley NSW.
The project also includes a podium area on the temple side, donation walls and associated landscaping over the pedestrian bridge as well as at the temple entry. The Nan Tien Temple remained open throughout the project as well as minimal affects to the M1 Motorway.
The delivery of the project required extensive collaboration with the RMS, Endeavour Energy and Jemena due to the location across the motorway, adjacent to overhead powerlines and adjacent to high pressure gas lines.

Construction is complete on the $16 million Eastlake Football Club in the Gungahlin Town Centre.

The Club facilities consist of a bistro including alfresco dining and indoor children’s play area, entertainment lounge, large function (200 guests), gaming lounge and sport bar with TAB facilities.

There is also a separately licensed public bar on the corner of Hinder and Efkarpidis Streets.

This is the 27th club project that the Company has carried out and the 8th for the Eastlake Football Club.

People are encouraged to join the club by visiting

The project provided an internal and external facelift as well as an extension to the ageing Bulli Surf Life Saving Club building to provide an upgraded facility for the provision of improved life saving services in the Illawarra area.

Disability access upgrade including the installation of a new lift shaft and lift, disabled access ramps and paths and internal refurbishment works

The project involves the preparation of the site for a new 17 storey school. The works involve demolition of an existing gymnasium, asbestos remediation and aboriginal and heritage archaeology of the site due to the importance of the site to the history of Parramatta and NSW. 

The project involved increasing the capacity of the facility with the addition of 16 bedrooms, dining room, utility rooms and external courtyards.
Demolition of existing structures was required to make way for the new extension.  Earthworks involved excavation in rock, and installation of screw piles.  Construction was mostly brick veneer, with elements of structural steel due to the large open areas.
All site services were upgraded including, fire hydrants, sprinklers, detection, electrical, gas, hot water, security, nurse call.
External works included construction of new footpaths, road widening, retaining walls, fencing and installation of a new stormwater system.
The Site Manager communicated effectively with the stakeholders to ensure the ongoing operation of the facility.  Any potential disruptions such as noisy work or connection of services were notified well in advance to avoid any potential impact to the staff or residents.