McConnell Dowell unit wins residential project in Australia

WCN Editorial Team 3 Mar 2017 OCEANIA BUILDINGS

Built Environs, the building arm of McConnell Dowell, has won a contract from developer Datong Australia to deliver a residential project in Adelaide, Australia.

Located in the heart of Adelaide’s central business district (CBD), the 27-storey development will feature 257 apartments.

Designed by JPE, U2 on Waymouth will comprise a fitness studio, sauna, spas, outdoor lounge with BBQ facilities and ground floor restaurant and retail space.

“This project was secured after a competitive tender, followed by an exclusive negotiation period, where Built Environs worked with Datong to advance the building design, whilst meeting budget and program milestones,” McConnell Dowell said in a statement.

Built Environs managing director Daryl Young said: “The U2 on Waymouth project was identified by our business as a priority project to secure.

“The skill and proactiveness of our team and the willingness of the client to work collaboratively in achieving this milestone is extremely pleasing. We look forward to working with Datong to deliver this exciting project for Adelaide.”

Work on the project is expected to start this month, and be completed in early 2019.

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