Commercial Services and Campus Development
Western Projects is recognised for careful, and reliable campus development and educational building construction. The company has more than 25 years’ experience with project management, and delivering commercial services. Recent campus development projects have included additions to The University Club at UWA, the QEII M Block refurbishment, and the award-winning Chapel of St Brigid at Mercy College.
Developing Educational Properties
The experienced project team at Western Projects has collaborated on a variety of educational, and university building developments.
- Administrative buildings
- Accommodation and residential developments
- Classrooms and lecture halls
- Fit-outs and refurbishment
- Medical and surgery facilities
- Research buildings
- Sports and recreation facilities
- Temporary and permanent facilities
Western Projects delivers the most cost effective strategies and solutions, on time, and on budget, priding itself on honest construction management.
Commercial Services – Project Management
Out team will maintain financial accountability and cost management throughout the project and ensure our clients are completely satisfied with the finished project.
Western Project’s high-quality people deliver the critical skills needed to meet the budget and milestones on your construction plan.
Commercial Services – Construction Management
Western Projects emphasises teamwork. We are a productive member amongst the construction contractors, and consultants. We know that good construction management processes stretch beyond being awarded a commercial construction tender. Our staff have long-standing relationships with many local contractors, and a good-reputation working within projects.
We understand where our construction management services are most effective, and what information needs to be communicated between our teams, and your teams. Look to Western Projects to be part of your campus development and educational building projects.
View more of our educational and community projects here