• The Buchan Group

    August 24th, 2017 | by
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    The roof of this 2 storey, 100 year old building was severely storm damaged and required replacement along with roof mounted air conditioning units. Intebuild was contracted to do this work along with associated repairs to the internal ceilings, all whilst the Buchan Group, a global architectural practice, continued its business as usual.

     

    Having seen the standard of work and attention to detail displayed during the roof works, The Buchan Group invited Intebuild to manage its planned office refurbishment. This included repairs and levelling of floors, power and data upgrades, installation of new lighting, kitchen, carpets and workstations. The fitout was carried out in stages, with staff temporarily relocated within the same floor, so that normal business was able to continue.

  • Brisbane Grammar School & Somerville House Pontoons

    August 24th, 2017 | by
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    Both of these pontoon repair projects resulted from strong downstream currents and high flood levels that carried large sediment and debris loads.

     

    The repair to the Somerville House pontoon involved replacement of dislodged bolts holding the main beams to the concrete piers, removal and replacement of decking, treatment of corrosion and installation of LED lighting.

     

    The more extensive BGS project involved the use of heavy lift cranes to remove the access ramp and pontoon from the river.  The steel frame and decking for the ramp were completely replaced and the pontoon was totally refurbished prior to craning both sections back into position, on the river.

  • Hotel Monier

    August 16th, 2017 | by
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    This project involved a major rebuild and refurbishment of a hotel facility including redesigned commercial kitchen, bistro and sports bars, gaming facilities, and a new extension for a drive-thru bottle shop.  Upgrades included mechanical, electrical, data and CCTV, all within a very tight project timeframe.  The project was awarded the 2013 Queensland Master Builders award for ‘Refurbishment /Renovation $5million–$20million’.

     

    Read what the Hotel manager had to say on completion of the project…

     

    ”Throughout the entire build, Intebuild had a handle on every aspect, every problem had a solution and every piece of equipment fitted perfectly into place. Every inch of the job was completed to an extremely high level of finish and Intebuild made sure the hotel team were happy with the practical aspect of the build. I don’t believe any company “would of or could’ve” done more to get us up and running.”

  • Martogg Group

    May 1st, 2017 | by
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    Extensive repairs were required to this industrial building as a result of fire damage. Planned building extensions were brought forward as part of the project.  Works included new offices, samples room, meeting room and two factory extensions as well as assisting the owner with the fit out of a new plastics recycling facility.

     

    Technical aspects included the design and build of an electrical substation housing a 2000 Kva transformer, low voltage switchboards, ring main unit and the upgrading of the fire detection systems including Fire Indicator Panel, Fire Hose Reels, hydrant pump and shed.

  • St John’s College

    May 1st, 2017 | by
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    For nearly a decade, Intebuild oversighted, designed, built and refurbished several technically complex residential and service facilities throughout the college. Completion of these projects was achieved within tight time frames ensuring minimal disruption to the residential College and the students therein. Ground conditions on this site dictate the need for deep ‘bored grouted piers’ or ‘screw piling’.

    Due to the age of the college infrastructure, Intebuild has been extensively involved in upgrading underground services, trade waste and internal services throughout. In recent times Intebuild has provided the latest pipe sleeving technology in order to save the college large capital repair costs to building structures. Works throughout have been extensive, varied and carried out safely within the University of Queensland Health and Safety Policies and Procedures.

  • Hooper Centre

    May 25th, 2017 | by
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    Intebuild completed a multi-million dollar refurbishment and extension to the iconic Hooper Centre in Hume St, Toowoomba. The well-known shopping location was devastated by fire in November 2013.

    Most of the building services have been replaced or upgraded as part of the repairs, including a new main electrical switchboard and upgrades to hydraulics and fire services. The rebuilding of Patton’s Discount Meats and the construction of a new highly-anticipated IGA, in addition to the renovation of the smaller tenancies, will greatly enhance the shopping experience for locals and visitors alike.

    Intebuild also completed extensive external refurbishments to the Centre featuring a central passage, high-level canopy and elevated awning. These changes will modernise and transform the overall appearance whilst providing a relaxed shopping and dining experience for both retailers and customers.

  • GrainCorp

    May 1st, 2017 | by
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    This was a complex repair of a large 40m clear-span grain storage facility. The structure was damaged due to  foundation failure which resulted in a significant building rupture. The repair of the resultant damage required the apex of the building to be temporarily supported to enable the replacement of damaged structural steel and tilt panels. This was required to allow for this section of the building to be raised back into alignment. WH&S was a critical factor in this project due to the steep pitch of the roof and height of the structure.

  • Life Church and Brisbane Christian College

    July 31st, 2017 | by
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    As a result of a destructive hail storm, Intebuild was requested to remove and replace damaged roofing and organise asbestos decontamination of two buildings within the grounds of the Life Church & Brisbane Christian College, Salisbury. A complete inventory of all items (recoverable and nonrecoverable) was conducted prior to relocating the library, IT equipment, uniform shop and classrooms to temporary demountables. The decontamination was completed, followed by the reconstruction of the two buildings, including electrical, data, audiovisual, mechanical, plumbing and joinery. Fire services and disability access were upgraded and termite management completed. In addition, the play areas adjacent to these buildings were completely refurbished.

     

    Here is a response from the Church leadership…

     

    “Wow…It’s been an incredible 20 mths…Steven, yourself and your team have been an incredible asset to our journey and we will be forever thankful to you and to our God for the amazing partnership you have been. Your integrity and exceptional workmanship has been so admirable throughout the process – we pray for great favour and blessing over each of you, your families and all your endeavours!!”

    Lee Blight, LIFECHURCH, Salisbury, July 2016

  • Children’s Health Queensland

    July 31st, 2017 | by
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    This project involved the refit of a three-level commercial office building at Coorparoo. The space was configured to include clinical rooms and office space for Children’s Health Queensland and a busy commercial gym. Both the Children’s Health Clinic and the gym required specialised interior design features and fit out. Meeting the relevant building codes and standards in these areas required a very high attention to detail both in planning and execution. Intebuild team members were closely involved in the design of the internal layout and the fixtures and fittings.

  • Nimes Building

    May 1st, 2017 | by
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    This 3-level commercial office building in Coorparoo was completely refurbished. The completed facilities include basement parking, commercial office space and a gym.

     

    Due to the age of the building, compliance upgrades were required to electrical, mechanical, fire security services, energy efficiencies and design for access and mobility.

     

    The upgrade for access and mobility required the installation of a disability-compliant lift.

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