Project Value $45,000,000

The Rosella Complex in Richmond encompassed major civil and structural engineering construction over a two and a half year period.

The re development of the site encompassed the development of eighteen new buildings including the refurbishment of the two old cannery buildings, 6 & 7.

Geoffrey Cloke and Partners were the Architects for the works along with fifteen other consulting firms including W.P Brown and Associates as project engineers.

I was also responsible for all aspects of Occupational Health and Safety including all statutory inspections as to steel fixing and preparation and liaison with consulting engineering in terms of compliance with plans specifications and final implementation as to required structural results associated with the development of the project.

During the peak construction period during 1990 it was not unusual to have up to over150 personal on site everyday whilst the various services installations and construction programs were being carried out.

The Rosella Project also won the MBAV Pride in the Job Award in May 1992.

The Rosella Complex is a building classified by the National Trust of which also has heritage listing classification and during the various stages of construction over 45 million dollars were spent on developing this wonderful project.