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Canberra Convention Centre

Media Release

10 February 2015

New Convention Centre Design Winner Announced…

 

An artist’s impression of new Canberra Convention Centre (Image:  ACT Government)

Today I can announce the selection of architects to create a reference design for a new and significantly expanded Canberra Convention Centre.

Local firm Guida Moseley Brown (GMB) and Rome-based architect Massimiliano Fuksas have been appointed to develop a reference design for the centre. A nine-member judging panel unanimously chose the ‘poetic and sculptural treatment of architectural form’ of the initial design by Fuksas + GMB from a shortlist of seven teams.

The judging panel included chief executive of the National Capital Authority Malcolm Snow, ACT Government Architect Alastair Swayne, Canberra Convention Bureau chief executive Robyn Hendry, Australian Institute of Architects Gold Medallist John Denton and City to the Lake project director Tim Xirakis. The panel was chaired by Ian Wood-Bradley, planning and design adviser to the City to the Lake project.

Through the competition, the judges said that Fuksas + GMB demonstrated an outstanding urban design sensibility to the site, transforming and giving primacy to City Hill.   The $500m-$700m project will provide Canberra with an iconic new Convention Centre.

Both GMB and Fuksas have a strong track record of successful design and delivery of large-scale public projects.   GMB was responsible for Canberra International Airport, Parliament House and numerous public projects in South East Asia, while Fuksas recently completed outstanding international projects including the New Trade Fair in Milan and Shenzen International Airport in Guangdong, China.

Selecting an initial design is an important milestone in making the new convention centre investment-ready.  The next step is for the winning architects to work with the ACT Government, industry and stakeholders to finalise a reference design and business case for the centre.

Andrew Barr | Chief Minister

10 February 2015

Club Officer Project

 

19 January 2015

As part of the Pakenham Racing Club’s (PRC) aspirations and strategic plan to be an industry leader in the Victorian Racing and Gaming Industries, the Club is undertaking an expansion of its gaming and hospitality footprint and has acquired a parcel of land in Cardinia Road, Officer to develop a new state of the art gaming and hospitality complex, in one of the fastest growing municipalities in Victoria.

ISG Projects is the driving force behind the Pakenham Racecourse Redevelopment Project (currently acting as the Project Manager and Superintendent for the Event Centre and Race Day Administration Building components of the development), the ISG Projects’ team was the PRC’s obvious choice to project manage the proposed new Club Officer development; with construction planned to commence in July 2015.

This exciting new complex will boast the following key facilities, including:

  • A large bistro with deck (with indoor and outdoor seating);
  • Cafe? and terrace (with indoor and outdoor seating);
  • Children’s play room;
  • Kitchen;
  • Sports Lounge with access to outdoor terrace area;
  • Gaming Lounge (which will include 60 gaming machines); and
  •  Function room (dividable into two rooms) and pre-function waiting area.

 

For further information on this project, contact Arvind David.

Melbourne Park Eastern Plaza

8/1/13

Melbourne Park Eastern Plaza

Melbourne Park Eastern Plaza was finished several months early, in time for the 2013 Australian Tennis Open Championship. Working with Major Projects Victoria, ISG helped manage this project to be completed well under the schedule time.

Prominent ISG Project Awards

Prominent ISG project awards

5/6/2012

AAMI Park has taken out the “World’s Most Iconic and Culturally Significant Stadium” award at the 2012 World Stadium Conference in Qatar, June 4th. 
Princes Pier has been shortlisted for a 2012 Victorian Architecture Award under the Heritage category.  Winners to be announced Friday June 29th.

Melbourne Park Redevelopment – Eastern Plaza

Melbourne Park Redevelopment – Eastern Plaza

1/5/2012

The Melbourne Park Eastern Plaza will incorporate eight new indoor courts and 13 outdoor courts for elite training and general public use, as well as change room facilities and a gymnasium.  

Works commenced onsite in April 2010 with stage one of the project expected to be complete in time for the 2015 Australian Open.
 
ISG is providing Project Management and Superintendency services to this redevelopment. The most recent milestone in the project has been the installation of roof trusses for the Eastern Plaza, with MPV releasing a time-lapse video of construction on its YouTube channel, here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ku-qr2Na2vk

Melbourne Markets Relocation

Melbourne Markets Relocation

4/4/2012

Melbourne Markets Relocation

Major Projects Victoria have released a new video to their Melbourne Market Relocation project site, detailing the extensive water recycling facilities that will not only provide water for use in the markets themselves, but will be treated and fed through to water local parklands and new wetlands.

ISG is managing the construction of this state-of-the-art market facility, providing service to MPV including: Client representation; Project Management; Procurement and Contracting Strategies; Risk Assessment Analysis and Management; and Stakeholder Consultation and Management

http://www.majorprojects.vic.gov.au/our-projects/our-current-projects/melbourne-market-relocation