Commonwealth Banking Construction & Refurbishment South Australia

 

CBA and Construction Management by Brimblecombe

Brimblecombe over the years has worked on many  projects involving the Commonwealth Bank in both metropolitan, and country areas including a branch in Darwin.

The need for the bank to continue to trade in the majority of instances has necessitated the need for careful staging and planning. Brimblecombe was appointed Construction Manager, all projects designed by Hodgkison Architects Adelaide. Work carried out included painting, carpeting, creating merchandising area, refurbishing exiting branches, establishing new tenancies and providing the joinery for the new corporate image/

Projects include facilities  at bank branches, business and agribusiness centres.

Noarlunga, King William Street, Northpark are discussed in more detail.

Others include (but are not exhaustive) branches in:

Berri, Blackwood, Bordertown,.Campbelltown, Christies Beach, Clare, Darwin, Glenside, Gouger St Adelaide, Hindmarsh, Ingle Farm, Kadina, McLaren Vale, Mitcham, Modbury, Mount Gambier, North Adelaide, Port Adelaide, Port Lincoln, Port Pirie, Renmark, Rosewater.

 

Greta Donnelly, Project Director for CBA, said after the successful roll out of electrical power point general purpose outlet ( GPO )  across the state on multiple sites to suit their new IT requirements, (basically adding electrical infrastructure to their existing sites).

"... Exceptional work.. on the the current SA GPO rollout... We.. would like to express our thanks...on delivering this project within such a tight time frame .. " despite external delays.


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Greta Donnelly, Project Director for CBA, said after the successful roll out of electrical power point general purpose outlet ( GPO )  across the state on multiple sites to suit their new IT requirements, (basically adding electrical infrastructure to their existing sites).

"... Exceptional work.. on the the current SA GPO rollout... We.. would like to express our thanks...on delivering this project within such a tight time frame .. " despite external delays.


The images below relating to the CBA and Brimblecombe Builders are best viewed by clicking on a single image and scrolling through the gallery.


 

Gallery of CBA Projects

Joinery and fit out by Brimblecombe
CBA Campbelltown
Security upgrades for the CBA branch at Bordertown
CBA Bordertown
Multiple works were carried out in this refurbishment
Basement King William St
Paint and carpet replacement enhanced the CBA branch at Clare
CBA Clare
Paint and carpet replacement enhanced the the Elizabeth CBA branch
Elizabeth CBA
Security upgrade was completed at the Gawler branch
Gawler
Front facade of the Glenelg CBA showing ATM
Glenelg
Numerous projects were managed by Brimblecombe Builders at Glenside
Glenside
Golden Grove branch was completely refurbished by Brimblecombe Builders
Golden Grove
Gouger St had a security upgrade and new paint and carpets
Gouger Street
Hindmarsh had a security upgrade and new paint and carpets
Hindmarsh
A complete refit was undertaken by Brimblecombe Builders at the Ingle Farm CBA branch
Ingle Farm
The Marion CBA also enjoyed a complete refit by Brimblecombe Builders
Marion
A security upgrade was performed for the McLaren Vale Branch
McLaren Vale
A modern facade was added to the Mitcham Branch
A new facade for Mitcham CBA
Numerous projects enhanced the Modbury CBA branch
Modbury
The business banking area was refurbished at Mount Gambier
Mount Gambier
The security upgrade was managed by Brimblecombe Builders
North Adelaide
A new facade for agribusiness and business banking
Port Lincoln
Painting, carpet replacement and a security upgrade.
Port Pirie
Paint and carpet were applied to the Rosewater branch
Rosewater
Numerous projects were managed by Brimblecombe Builders at the Salisbury CBA
Salisbury
A new banking facility was constructed by Brimblecombe Builders
Torrensville
Unley Branch had a security upgrade
Unley
Whyalla CBA - new paint & carpets and a security upgrade
Whyalla


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Last Modified: 5/11/2018 at 15:25