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This project included the removal and replacement of eight existing travelators in the busy Vicinity Centres at Bayside.
Rodine seamlessly worked through the complicated layout of the reticulated beer and post-mix systems which ran over a great distance.
A new café was created in the building’s façade, with a feature canopy and new steel framed and timber seating to improve outdoor ambience.
Throughout the heavy demolition and refurbishment, the challenge offered to Rodine was to maintain accessibility and amenities for all tenants in this A-grade office building.
An airport is a challenging place to work in terms of access, security protocols and deliveries. However, Rodine's focus on excellent stakeholder communication, made for a straightforward and successful build.
The factory that Rodine Australia was asked to design and construct has an impressive scale, at 5000 m2 of floorspace.
Rodine sourced and installed recycled timber wall paneling to meet the client’s specifications and within the project’s tight six-week timeline.
Rodine's innovative solution for moving the barrel vaults into place was to use a heavy-lift helicopter.
Minimising impact to tenants' trade provided a narrow window for what was in effect heavy demolition and structural rebuilding.
Returning to a Haileybury campus for the fifth consecutive year, Rodine was required to demolish and rebuild the Science building.
Rodine was engaged to build a new feature glass lift shaft at Bayside Shopping Centre.
Rodine completed the full demolition and rebuild of the amenities and parents’ rooms at Southland and Doncaster Shopping Centres.
Rodine was asked to transform a ten pin bowling centre into a substantial new medical facility within the Victoria Gardens shopping centre.
With a reputation for top-end design, the client had very high expectations for the quality of workmanship to be delivered by Rodine Australia.
The lack of Australian experience with these new travelators, presented no difficulty to our innovative Rodine team.
Engaged in the aftermath of the fire to secure the site and make the remaining structures safe, Rodine successfully tendered for reconstruction.
This project involved the construction of a new venue for Zara's third Melbourne store.