Completion of Eastern Golf Club 

Eastern Golf Club’s $11 million club house and golf academy was completed in April 2015. Buxton’s involvement commenced prior to the documentation stage to provide input on a wide range of construction, design and structural issues.

“Having Buxton’s expertise around the table early on was a game changer that not only produced substantial financial savings through structural value management but also maintained a clubhouse of exceptional quality. Without such a process in place I don’t believe we would have achieved the result we have. From a client perspective it’s been so refreshing to have more than just a commercial relationship with our builder,” said Ben Telley, Eastern Golf Club’s General Manager.

Awarded the Monash University Multi Level Car Park 

Buxton Construction has won a competitive tender for a full design and construct contract to build a $7.5 million, two-level structural steel-framed extension for approximately 650 cars to an existing operational car park at Monash University’s Clayton Campus.

Award for RSPCA headquarters 

The RSPCA Burwood East facility has won the 2015 City of Whitehorse Built Environment Awards Institutional category. Designed by Bamford-Dash and built by Buxton Construction, the $18.5 million project involved constructing a striking four-level contemporary extension on the Burwood Highway site, installing a new facade to the existing two-level building, refurbishment of the existing structure and extensive landscaping incorporates environmentally designed wetlands with a recycling plant to treat all water from the facility which is used for washing down animal pens.

Topping out at St Joseph’s Mews 

Buxton Construction has reached a milestone in the construction of St Joseph’s Mews with the structure now “topped out”. The $35 million independent living facility will consist of 69 luxury apartments over five levels, as well as basement parking, constructed around heritage-listed St Joseph’s Church and the original schoolhouse, which will form the administration, dining and lounge areas for the facility.

The crane at Gardenside, Sandy Hill has now been erected! 

June 30th marked the day the crane was erected on site at Gardenside. Gardenside is the second stage of a three stage residential development at Sandy Hill, Sandringham. The $38 million dollar project is in full swing and comprises 141 apartments over five-levels, sitting above two levels of basement parking. The project is due for completion mid 2016.

Early completion of CaSPA Care 

Buxton Construction has completed the $25.4 million CaSPA Care project one month ahead of schedule. This has enabled CaSPA Care to obtain occupancy permits with residents to move in mid July.

The four-level, 146 bed aged care complex, with basement parking, involved the refurbishment of a two-storey heritage-listed building which was converted to incorporate the administration and community facilities for low and high care residents. Buxton Construction was responsible for the management of the development from conception through to construction, including obtaining the town-planning permit.

New project – The North Fitzroy Library and Community Hub 

Buxton Construction has successfully won a new tender, The North Fitzroy Library and Community Hub.

The North Fitzroy Library and Community Hub will provide a brand new four level, six star, green star library complex in North Fitzroy. The $13 million (approx) design will incorporate maternal and child health services, playgroup, community, seniors, council and general community spaces. A large roof garden will be provided for outdoor activities.

Construction to commence on Geelong Homemaker Centre, Waurn ponds 

Construction will commence shortly on Geelong Homemaker Centre, a 13,500 square-metre bulky goods retail precinct with associated car parking located next to the Waurn Ponds Hotel and adjacent to two existing retail centres.

“A number of heritage, environmental and physical constraints associated with the site had to be overcome and Buxton Construction was instrumental in providing solutions to these issues,” said Ian Robertson principal of CRS Property, leasing agent for Geelong Homemaker Centre. According to Ian Robertson, furniture, bedding and outdoor specialist, Super Amart has committed to the centre as the anchor tenant and a range of retailers are being sought for the remainder of the tenancies.

Buxton's project Sandy Hill receives award from the Master Builders Association of Victoria 

We are proud to announce we have been awarded the overall WINNER of the Master Builders Association of Victoria, Excellence in Construction Award for High-rise Apartment Buildings for Sandy Hill Apartments in Sandringham. Thank you to everyone involved with this project, it is a great win for this three phase development in Sandringham.

New project – The Bayside Masonic development 

Buxton Construction is thrilled to announce that they have won a competitive tender for The Bayside Masonic development.

The Bayside Masonic development in Gardenvale includes construction of an $18 million (approx.) building over four levels, comprising retail/showroom space, car parking, commercial offices and the Freemasons Lodge with function facilities.

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