Saturday 22nd September 2018 Aaron Hazelton joined Queanbeyan Mayor Tim Overall and Deputy NSW Premier John Barilaro to mark the Official Opening of TreeHouse a new special needs school in Queanbeyan. Aaron, James and Mario have been busy working on the Structural design for the new community facility on behalf of Treehouse.
Treehouse is a not for profit community organisation, staffed and managed by local people, committed to providing early intervention services to children with additional needs and their families. The new facility will deliver a top quality learning environment for kids that need specialised support and is scheduled for completion by mid-2018.
This exciting new school project is being delivered as part of the NSW Government’s school building program over the next four years which will deliver more than 170 new and upgraded schools to support communities throughout NSW.
Indesco is excited to announce our expansion into Wollongong and the South Coast with the establishment of an office in Wollongong. This will be Indesco’s third office and will be open for business on Monday 1 October 2018. We will be holding a series of opening events in coming weeks, but in the meantime, all enquiries can be directed to Indesco@indesco.com.au or (02) 6285 1022.
Indesco has been established as a leading civil engineering and landscape consultancy for over thirty years. During this time the company has worked on both private and public projects throughout Australia and South East Asia and has demonstrated extensive skills and experience in all areas in which it practices design. Our company prides itself on the quality of its service delivery and has a proven track record of delivering projects on time and within budget.
Indesco competently provides multidisciplinary services within the following fields:
Contract Documentation and Cost Management.
Infrastructure Planning and Design;
Landscape Architecture and Urban Design;
Stormwater, Hydrological and Hydraulic Engineering;
Water Sensitive Urban Design;
Road, Intersection and Carpark Design;
Contract Administration and Construction Surveillance; and,
We congratulate Nathan, one of our Senior Construction Managers, on reaching a significant milestone this month – 10 years working with Indesco!
Nathan, who joined Indesco in 2008 as a surveillance officer, has successfully worked his way up to Senior Construction Manager covering numerous roles and construction projects along the way.
Nathan’s track record is now well and truly established. His skills and experience in the delivery of large land development projects in particular are widely acknowledged, by both clients and contractors, across the industry. He has worked with, and more recently led, teams of construction engineers and managers, providing mentoring, guidance and valuable local experience.
Nathan has played a major role in the construction of a large range of civil engineering projects throughout the ACT, and has been a key driver in the successful delivery of Casey (Springbank Rise Estate) and Denman Prospect Estate. He is currently managing the delivery of the Taylor Residential Estate.
Indesco value Nathan as a senior member of our leadership team who excels, not only in a professional capacity but also socially, topping the table in our footy tipping comp 2 years in a row (and looking to take out the top spot this year as well!).
On Friday 3rd August the Indesco team took park in Jeans for Genes day. Now in its 25th year Jeans for Genes was established in 1994 by Children’s Medical Research Institute to fund revolutionary research that helps diagnose, understand, and find cures or treatments for conditions affecting kids, including genetic diseases, cancer, and epilepsy.
Not to be deterred by the ominous weather the team enjoyed a Turkish banquet at Weston park (undercover, just in case!). Our planned table tennis tournament was thwarted by the strong winds! But we still managed to squeeze in a few other games to raise money for such a great cause.
Overall we raised just over $400 and look forward to taking part again next year.
The Indesco landscape team recently had a major project win with the 2019 Floriade design. The team have been working both independently and in collaboration with our engineering teams on numerous complex projects this year including:
In addition to our projects, our people have had a great year, John Randall marked 30 years with Indesco in July 2017. Under John’s leadership we welcomed Darren Benson as a Senior Construction Manager, Anna Nagalingam as a Director and most recently, Angus Gorman has stepped up to succeed John as our Managing Director.
The Indesco team also enjoyed many social events throughout the last financial year including our annual Family Day and Christmas Parties. We also took part in a number of charity events including the Mothers Day Classic (raising money for breast cancer) and Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea (raising money for the Cancer Council). We wrapped up the 2017/2018 social calendar with our annual end of financial year cocktail party.
Each year the Master Builders Building Excellence Awards recognises and celebrates the ACT’s best builders, their teams and the projects which have won them acclaim in the residential, commercial and civil construction sectors.
The Indesco team were represented on the night by Angus, Viet, Anna, Aaron, Matt, Nathan, James K, Luke, Karl and Mario. Angus also had the chance to present the award for one of the civil categories.
This year, Indesco was involved in the design or construction of 5 out of the 12 finalists in the Civil Projects Category this year including:
The Indesco Construction Services team has grown this month with the very welcome addition of Darren Benson.
Darren is a Senior Construction Manager with over 24 years experience in engineering and construction for both government and the private sector.
He has extensive experience in both project management and construction of civil projects and key strengths in leading multi-disciplinary teams for major residential and industrial land development projects and road and infrastructure projects.
Darren has worked in the ACT for the last 10 years and has a proven track record in the delivery of civil construction projects.
Having Darren on board is exciting news for Indesco as it greatly enhances our ability to deliver multiple large scale estate and other infrastructure projects.
The Indesco team is busy working in the Molonglo Valley on the construction of Denman Prospect. We are working with Canberra based developer, Capital Estate Developments to deliver this unique estate. Named after Lady Denman, who officially named Australia’s capital city Canberra, and for its spectacular views, the suburb will be a great offering in the inner west.
The first residents are already moving in, while we are busy with construction in Stage 2. On completion, there will be approximately 1,500 dwellings within the three development stages. In addition to the views, the development boasts a new school, a local shopping centre and great open spaces.
In our role as Superintendent, we are providing construction supervision and contract administration services for the civil and landscape packages. We are very fortunate to witness first hand the continually evolving urban landscape in Canberra’s development fronts.
Indesco today announced the appointment of Angus Gorman as Managing Director, with effect from 1 July 2018. Angus is a well known leader, an advocate for developing local engineering talent and is passionate about delivering quality outcomes. He has served on the Indesco Board of Directors since 2011.
Since joining Indesco in 2009, Angus has been responsible for the delivery of key infrastructure projects including land development, major roads and civil infrastructure. Prior to this, he was the Project Manager for the redevelopment of Kingston Foreshore and has worked internationally in the UK and Germany. He holds qualifications in both Civil Engineering and Project Management. He is a Chartered Engineer and a Fellow of Engineers Australia.
Angus succeeds John Randall, who is stepping down as Managing Director after 31 years with Indesco and Bill Guy and Partners. With John as Managing Director the firm has enjoyed a sustained period of growth and diversification. All of the Directors have expressed their sincere gratitude to John for his many years of service which has immensely benefited Indesco. John has taken up a Technical Director role, he will remain with the firm to provide ongoing project leadership, technical guidance and mentoring.
John says “Angus has rich project experience and strong leadership capabilities. I look forward to the next chapter of this great company under Angus’ guidance“.
Indesco also welcomes Anna Nagalingam to the board as a company director. Anna, who is currently an Associate Director, will take on broader operational responsibilities in addition to her role within the land development team.
Indesco has offices in Canberra and Parramatta and employs more than 65 people. We provide diversified services within civil engineering, structural engineering and landscape architecture fields.
Henry Rolland Park will be officially opened to the public on Saturday 28th April. Located on the foreshore of Lake Burley Griffin, to the west of Commonwealth Avenue Bridge, the park is the first stage of the West Basin redevelopment.
Indesco were commissioned to update the concept plans, prepare detailed designs and worked closely with Chincivil during the construction of this high profile park. Henry Rolland was a prominent architect during Canberra’s early construction, working on landmarks such as Old Parliament House and Duntroon.
The design promotes our love of active living, enhances foreshore open space connectivity and celebrates the iconic structures on the 1918 Burley Griffin Water Axis. The boardwalk, share zone, great lawn and exercise stations cater for a wide range of users and are expected to be very popular. It has been a fantastic project for all involved and the team is currently working on the design for the next stage of the redevelopment.