Indesco celebrates a significant milestone in 2018 having been a member of the Master Builders Association (MBA), ACT Branch, for 30 of its 35 years of operation.
MBA’s President Gracie Ferreira joined CEO Michael Hopkins in congratulating Indesco on more than three decades of an innovative culture, fostering excellence across all disciplines of the construction industry, and continued partnership with the MBA.
Indesco is committed to working with local organisations that promote successful outcomes for our industry.
The significant milestone has been included the current edition of the quarterly Canberra Builder magazine (https://www.mba.org.au/storage/1-mba-canberra-builder-feb-2018-final-lowres-2.pdf).
Construction has now commenced on the next stage of Taylor Estate. Taylor will be the northernmost and highest suburb in the ACT, located between Casey, Moncrieff and Jacka. The suburb was named after Florence Mary Taylor, Australia’s first female architect, engineer and town planner.
Indesco, in collaboration with Tait Network, has been responsible for the civil design of the whole estate. We have also been engaged for Construction Phase Services for Stages 1 and 3. These 2 stages are valued at $50M and will require a full time CPS team of 4 people, led by Nathan Turnbull, over a period of 18 months.
Canberra Contractors will construct Stages 1 and 2. Stage 3 is due to commence construction shortly and design is ongoing for Stage 4. Indesco is also still involved in the construction of Taylor 1, working with Group One and BMD to complete the remaining landscape and residential stages. The final remaining stages of Taylor are located in the north and northwest. Anna Nagalingam is leading the team for Taylor 3 which is currently at the Estate Development Plan stage.
What a team effort!
The Moncrieff Pedestrian Bridge, named the Wagi Bridge, was opened for residents from the start of the 2018 school year. An official opening and naming ceremony was held on the 9th February.
Indesco was responsible for the design of the bridge and also managed the construction phase. The innovative modular design, which comprised four transportable spans, was constructed off site and assembled onsite in a matter of hours.
The bridge is also a great success for the Moncrieff East estate, promoting active travel and healthy, sustainable communities. Moncrieff residents now have safe and easy walking access for children attending the Amaroo and Good Shepherd Schools.
In 2017 the Sydney office of Indesco relocated to Suite 401, Level 4, 24 Hunter Street Parramatta. The move was necessitated by the success and continued growth of the team in Sydney lead by Vikram Mukherjee.
In addition to a few new faces, the offices boasts a great location in downtown Parramatta. If you haven’t already, drop in and see Vikram, Dave, Kha and the team.
Indesco is very pleased to announce that our Sydney (Parramatta) office has been enhanced with the arrival of a Principal Structural Engineer, David (Dave) Southgate.
Dave is a Professional Engineer with close to 10 years experience within the Sydney area.
Dave has built a reputation of success based on dedication to providing clients with cost effective and constructible solutions.
With an eagerness to listen and engage with clients directly, Dave is able to provide designs that best meet client needs.
At Indesco, we are looking to help shape the Sydney region with innovative designs that comply with Australian and European Standards, whilst also fulfilling clients budget constraints and delivering projects that exceed your expectations.