In review...

Has six months really past by since the last issue? It has been a wet winter for sure and with spells of warm sunny days it seems to have reflected the current building industry ups and downs. Sport and politics took the front pages and most of us are now over supplements sagas, Buddy’s deal, and the supposedly one horse political race that was probably closer in the end than most had imagined. And speaking of horse races - Melbourne Cup is almost upon us. Gamble responsibly! 

Our ever upbeat business outlook seems to be holding firm though we are looking to the horizon with some caution. There are sure to be interesting times ahead with some key projects in the wind that we hope will come to life soon.  

Winning projects

  • 15-17 Rundle Mall, New Retail Building
  • Reece Showrooms and Plumbing Centre’s in NSW
  • Adelaide Airport Water Feature, Canopies and Retail Pods
  • Tenison Woods Primary School
  • 56 Seventh Street, Bowden – Apartment Development
  • Loxton High School Performing Arts Centre
  • Evanston Dental Clinic
  • York Peninsular Admin Building, Maitland
  • Australia Post Alice Springs
  • UniSA City West Campus wide Air-conditioning Upgrade

Staff achievements

  • Matt Cranley returned from Italy having competed in the 2013 World Masters Games and posting some of his best swimming times. He also saw a bit of Europe too outside of the pool!
  • Mark Stewart has been appointed coach of the State U15 Rugby Union team.
 

CPR’s continued support of Cystic Fibrosis and in memory of Dan Guerra saw two tables filled with staff and their partners at the 65 Roses Ball held at the Entertainment Centre.

A lavish arrival by limousine set the scene for the night that was full of fun and laughter. 

Recent projects...

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Welcome aboard Gabby!

From retiring gentlemen to new ones - Gabby Stracci joined us in the middle of the year and he brings almost three decades of residential design experience and a wealth of knowledge to the CPR team.

Gabby has been appointed Associate and Manager, Residential Projects.

Onya Bike…

And here is George - true CPR company man and super mad cyclist riding to Cap de Formentor on Majorca Island, Spain on his recent overseas trip.

Perhaps you also spotted George with the same CPR jersey on the Bank SA ads? Keep up the good branding work George!

 

Salvation Army Ingle Farm

Large two storey extensions along with modifications to the existing building to cater for an increasing congregation. The facilities include new Theatre, foyer, reception and administration facilities along with new car parking. 

Woolworths & Big W Cumberland Park

Demolition has made way for the construction of a new Woolworths with an approximate trading floor of 4000m2. Works also include an undercroft car park of 5500m2 providing 180 car parks, extending under the full footprint of Woolworths and continuing towards Goodwood Road. Big W has remained trading throughout the 11 month construction program. Wow what an effort!

St Aloysius College R12 Centre

The four storey facility will soon be handed over to a pleased Client and even happier students. The concrete framed building was built on a tight access site using off-form conventional band beams and metal deck slabs. The ground floor slab features a mix of polished and honed concrete with brick inset details.