As part of the ACT Government TCCS Stimulus Package, Project Coordination delivered local area traffic calming measures in a number of suburbs across the ACT.
Through the stimulus package, the ACT Government has assisted local businesses in the construction to continue to operate and provide ongoing employment during the pandemic.

Construction of a new fully accessible Multipurpose Hall Facility at Kingswood High School near Penrith in Western Sydney.
The new multipurpose hall is sized to seat up to 1550 people and includes line markings for 7 different sports. It includes a fully accessible stage with chair storage areas acting as backstage change rooms. Also included are girls and boys toilets and change areas an accessible toilet and shower, outdoor equipment stores, cleaners store and first aid room. The facility also features a staff room, staff shower and WC, lighting and sound control room and weights training room.

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.

The Dapto HealthOne facility brings together a variety of community health and other health professionals in multidisciplinary teams at the one location. The initiative aims to bring health care professionals together to reduce the increasing burden of chronic disease and to focus on those people in the community who need a greater level of coordinated care.

The building features integrated Care provided by community health services working with local general practices; organised multidisciplinary team care; care across a spectrum from prevention to continuing care; client and community involvement.

In an early stage of a major redevelopment of Griffith Hospital this project was for the construction of a new Ambulatory Care Hub to relocate existing hospital facilities out of existing buildings in readiness for their demolition.
The new building houses Oncology, Allied Health and Hospital in the Home Services and includes a gym and kitchen facilities to assist with rehabilitation.
The project also included extension and internal alterations to the Intensive Care Unit to bring scope processing facilities up to current code requirements and to provide improved staff amenities; as well as an extension of the Inpatient Unit including a gym, office space and bathroom facilities.

Project Coordination has completed the construction works for the conversion of the existing Dickson Medical Centre into the Inner North Walk-in Centre.

The Walk-in Centres are led by a team of highly skilled advanced practice nurses and nurse practitioners with extensive experience in treating people with minor injuries and illnesses. There are no doctors at the clinics.

This is the fifth Walk-in Centre in the ACT, with the others in Belconnen, Gungahlin, Tuggeranong and Weston Creek.


Project Coordination is pleased to be awarded the Building 401a Demolition and Fitout Works Project for CSIRO, which is a part of CSIRO’s seven year ACT Site Consolidation Project.

The works involve the demolition of Building B401A, remediation of the façade and the upgrade to the entry points of the occupied B401C adjacent structure.

The ACT Education Directorate engaged Project Coordination to undertake the reinstatement of the Heritage ceiling in the Assembly Hall at Giralang Primary School Hall.

Giralang Primary School is ACT Heritage listed and has a Conservation Management Plan (CMP) in place.

The project required the removal of the flat retrofitted ceiling before the original raked ceilings could be re-established.  Adding to the complexities of this project were key considerations involving the heritage requirements of the building as well as the moral rights of the original architect, Enrico Taglietti.  Commissioned as lead consultant, MDA Architects provided a superior level of service ensuring that design and client objectives were realised. 

Construction of a new structural steel framed and metal clad recycling centre within the Whytes Gully Waste Recovery Park.

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