There's been a major milestone in the redevelopment of Scarborough Beach, with water beginning to fill the beachside pool.
The $100-million makeover is now six months away from completion - and we could be swimming in the pool before the end of summer.
ETC is now part of the WALGA Preferred Supply Panel for Engineering Consultancy Services.
The Engineering Consultancy Services Panel provides the opportunity to engage qualified and experienced consultants to develop design solutions, procedures and cost control measures. The Panel includes technical experts that specialise in a number of categories.
ETC would like to congratulate EPCAD for winning the Tourism Landscape Architecture Award for the Wembley Golf Complex - Hospitality Precinct and Mini Golf at last month’s AILA WA Landscape Architecture Awards. ETC was proudly involved with the electrical services to the Mini Golf complex, which included the pole mounted LED lighting to the mini golf course, adjacent pathway lighting and general electrical services to the precinct. http://www.aila.org.au/…/Chap…/WA/2017_WA_Award_Winners.aspx
ETC provided the electrical consultancy services for the heritage renewal of Fremantle's coveted Dalgety Wool Stores, now known as Heirloom by Match. Check out the video below featured on Today Tonight.
ETC have been commission to provide security consultancy services for the new Tianqi Lithium Processing Plant in Kwinana. See the link below for further details on this project
The City is excited to announce that renewable geothermal works at the Scarborough Beach Pool site have been successful and are now complete. Geothermal product...ion bores reached 960m and injection bores were drilled to 430m within the Yarragadee aquifer.
Preliminary results have been extremely positive and indicate that the process can achieve 45°C water temperature required to heat pools at the forthcoming facility. Securing geothermal energy for the Scarborough Beach Pool will reduce the facility’s environmental footprint and avoid the use of gas boilers.
It’s estimated that the geothermal process will cut the production of 1,800 tonnes of carbon dioxide each year and save the City of Stirling about $530,000 in annual running costs. The facility is set to open in early 2018.
ETC would like to congratulate the following 2017 WA Architecture Awards winners
Educational Architecture Award: Irene McCormack Catholic College Paul Rafter Centre – Parry and Rosenthal Architects
Interior Architecture Award: 19 Douro – Motus Architecture...
Residential Architecture Multiple Housing Commendations: 19 Douro – Motus Architecture
Residential Architecture Multiple Housing Commendations: Heirloom by Match – Cameron Chisholm Nicol
Commercial Architecture Ross Chisholm and Gil Nicol Award: Wembley Golf Course Hospitality Redevelopment – Gresley Abas Architects
ETC were proudly involved in these above projects
The new Gymnasium includes a new double storey facility, incorporates mixed use facilities for the College. These facilities consist of Function/Dance Studio, General Teaching and Toilet Amenities on the ground floor, with Music Classrooms, Practice Rooms and Staff Offices on the first floor. The multipurpose indoor court includes for dual basketball courts, with a standalone public address system and light to an average 300lux, utilising 36 off 40W recessed LED sports panel lighting, suitable for College’s recreational and educational requirements. At night the court lighting provides a light house effect, through the double storey glass wall façade - 2017 WA Architecture Awards: Award for Education Architecture by Parry and Rosenthal Architects
ETC would like to congratulate Peter Hunt Architects and Jackson Architecture for winning the 2017 Best of State Commercial Design Awards with the Supreme Court of Western Australian project, in the 2017 Australian Interior Design Awards.
ETC was involved with the complete electrical and lighting design, documentation and construction of the Supreme Court of Western Australian project.
Construction about to commence on this amazing project involving ETC
2012 – IES Award of Commendation Exterior and Interior (WA). This project involved a new Library, Community Centre and Shire Offices to serve the local and wider community.
The exterior of the building is based on the key principles of passive solar design including north facing glazing, with shading for summer sun, solid east and west facing facades with minimal windows, vertical shading blades to the western foyer and high performance insulation.
For the interior both dayli...ght and electrical lighting concepts needed to communicate simplicity and well integrated design, as these reinforced the architectural and environmental design principals of the library. Budget and energy were a significant factor that needed to be addressed and underpinned the design solution. The extensive use of daylight was one of the key design objectives to reduce energy consumption.