In review...

The pounding of the turf, the colour flash of silks - we can sense the excitement of the Cup already! Welcome to the Spring edition of CPR’s news – we thank you for the supportive feedback from our first issue.

In no time at all the jolly man will be singing his merry tunes at Christmas which will signal the end to what was a busy year for us with many enjoyable projects designed and built. As is the case with most successful businesses it is the people that makes what we do enjoyable and we would like to thank all of our colleagues, clients, and staff for bringing this to our projects. We like what we do.

Winning projects

  • Sacred Heart College - War Memorial Sports Centre Redevelopment
  • Adelaide High School New Learning Centre
  • Resthaven Head Quarters - Wayville
  • Calvary Hospital - Central District and North Adelaide
  • Woolworths Cumberland Park
  • Immanuel College - New Senior School
  • Eldercare Glengowrie - Allambi
    Stage 5
  • Prince Alfred College - Early Learning Centre
  • Telstra Exchange - modifications to suit NBN roll out
  • Dutch Aged Development,
    Oaklands Park

Staff achievements

  • Or Aroonsiri was appointed Associate of CPR Engineers in August 2012. Congratulations goes to the "awesome fellow", providing great technical skills and ability to "manage change" in CPR’s recent retail projects.
  • Andrew Draffin joined us full time as a design drafter in June 2012
  • Saurav Mitra & wife Ivana are the new proud parents of their baby girl, Riyona.
  • Our paced implementation of Revit 2013 documentation software continues with our list of projects and experience growing steadily. Continuous development over the next year will see us transitioned to Revit whilst maintaining our ACAD capabilities.
Support Colette's Adventure of a Lifetime Charity Challenge!

Youthinc - Adventure of a Lifetime

Colette Voros is CPR Engineer’s Office and Directors Assistant and is one of twelve participants in the “Adventure of a Lifetime” 5 day challenge at a top secret location in SA –supporting disadvantaged youths through Youthinc.

To help her reach her goal of raising $10,000, Colette will be hosting several fundraising events, including the Mt Lofty Challenge on 28th October 2012. Find out more...

Also keep an eye out for Colette and the trekking team in the documentary that is to be aired on Channel 7 in 2013.

Recent projects...

Surf Central Head Quarters - West Beach LeFevre Community Stadium Victoria Park Grandstand Pied Terres - Private Residence Southern Cross Care Head Office
John McVeity Community Centre Angle Vale Sports Community East Adelaide Primary School Woolworths Shopping Centre Walkerville Faith Lutheran School
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Helping Hand Northgate
Helping Hand Northgate
110 bed, two storey residential aged care facility incorporating specialist areas for transition care, rehabilitation and dementia care located in the Lightsview Precinct at Northgate.
Adelaide High School Redevelopment
Currently in design and documentation, this project includes a new 3 storey Learning Centre, a 3 storey extension to an existing building and the division of the Ellis Park access road through the Parklands.
Adelaide High School
New Residence
New residence, 15 Esplanade Brighton
Working with Folland Panozzo Architects, CPR completed the structural design and detailing for the 3 storey rendered masonry dwelling fronting the Esplanade at Brighton. The builder completed the job in a timely manner and were well resourced with excellent and cooperative trades.
Anglicare – All Hallows

Anglicare has re-developed their Westbourne Park site to include a 43 bed central facility over 2 levels and 29 independent living units. The architect's design offered a practical and stylish building.

Anglicare - All Hallows
Youthinc I can raise $20 each from 100 People?
Colette’s fundraising continued…
Since I began this fundraising challenge, I have become more aware that every bit does count. So to help reach my fundraising target by end of November, I am asking for a simple donation of $20 from you.  Imagine if 100 people donate $20, that is $2,000 towards this great cause, and goes straight to providing opportunities for people like Will. Click here to donate.
Many thanks in advance! Colette.

Learn more about Will in this article from the Eastern Courier or find out more about Youthinc on their website www.youthinc.org.au.