Project Budget: $4M
Services Rendered: Project Management Services
Completion Date: 2024
Design: Pedavoli Architects
Highlands School is a School for specific purpose operated by the NSW Department of Education. The school has a current enrolment capacity of 42 students from schools in Wingecarribee Shire and Wollondilly in Years 5-12 that exhibit challenging behaviours, emotional disturbance and/or Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).
The primary objective of the development is to facilitate additional teaching facilities to service existing and future student enrolments. Schools Infrastructure NSW will be implementing their new set of guidelines, Modern Methods of Construction (MMoC) to fast track delivery of the expansion of the school by incorporating the installation of a series of modular units designed to function as one integrated building with common circulation areas and pedestrian ingress/ egress points.
Empire has been engaged to manage the design and delivery throughout the entire project lifecycle.
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"…Empire were always responsive to our needs and ensured that value was derived from all design and related procurement decisions."
"The University stakeholders were greatly impressed with Empire's professionalism and commitment to efficiently meeting the projects objectives within the agreed constraints..."
"He has provided invaluable advice and guidance to our management and the project team to ensure that our projects were delivered on time, on brief and within budget."
"Empire has ensured that the project was delivered to the high standard that was required and any issues were dealt with in a professional manner."
"we were appreciative of the diligence they applied when representing our interests in the day to day running of the project, providing leadership, guidance and experience to the project team."
"As Empire have demonstrated numerous times in the past, they were able to really understand the operational imperatives of the business, develop and manage implementation of strategies to best meet our needs."