Our team in Darwin is currently seeking an experienced Structural Revit Modeller.
Come work alongside a team of talented and technically focused professionals. This full-time role involves coordination with clients and other consultants, developing detailed drawings and a site component.
If you have demonstrated experience using Revit Structure within a previous role, we want to hear from you!...
Full details on our website: https://www.pfeng.com.au/…/structural-revit-modeller-darwin/
Thinking #wayback to Bunbury Centrepoint Shopping Centre renovations and extensions for Primewest, circa 1995. This project represents two firsts for our team – first project for Primewest and first collaboration with HASSELL Studio.
Over the past 22 years both have become repeat clients and with HASSELL we’ve completed multiple projects in the sectors of Health, Education, Retail, Commercial and Multi-Residential. Highlights have included Willetton Senior High School, The ...Garden Office Park in Osborne Park, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital Comprehensive Cancer Centre, Rockingham Kwinana Hospital Emergency Department Upgrade and we’re currently working together on the $130M Karratha Health Campus.
Here’s looking forward to another 20 years! Thank you Hassell.
Out with Doric Construction for an afternoon site visit between rain showers at the new Station Street Markets Site in Subiaco. Works are progressing quickly and the space will be fit to host shoppers and office occupants by December.
Looking back ten years to The West Australian - thewest.com.au Newspapers’ $170M Project Colour in Herdsman, WA. The printing expansion project was the largest capital works program undertaken in the publisher’s then 175 years of operations. As lead consultant, our team was involved in master planning, coordinating with German press suppliers, and overall building design to support 3,000 tonnes of press equipment!
A unique project, The West Australian production facility is... home to the biggest distribution run in the world, covering nearly 10 million kms per year!
Let the works begin! Our team is pleased to be working with Hawaiian and I2C Architects on their vision for this community hub.
We’ve been working with Fabcot, Proven Project Management and BGC Contracting to deliver a new town centre for the local community adjacent to the Butler Train Station. The new 1,450sqm Dan Murphy's store is now complete as part of the overall shopping centre development, which will include a Woolworths, town square, main street, liquor store and other commercial retail tenancies. The remainder of the project is on programme and anticipated to open prior to Christmas 2017.
For more project info: https://www.pfeng.com.au/…/r…/woolworths-butler-town-centre/
At the conclusion of NAIDOC Week, our team welcomed Bev and Darren from Creative Native Perth to teach us about traditional dot paintings and the meaning behind the works. The session resulted in four beautiful works of art, completed by our team. This impactful experience resonates strongly in recognition of this year’s theme “Our Languages Matter” – recognising that art is a form of communication and is a significant medium for sharing history, values and culture. Thank you Creative Native. #NAIDOC2017
Today marks the beginning of NAIDOC week. At Pritchard Francis, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history and culture have a significant impact on the way we interact with our community, with the land on which we engage, and the manner in which we conduct our day to day business.
In recognition of this year’s theme “Our Languages Matter,” our team has proudly partnered with Mirima Dawang Woorlab-gerring Language and Culture Centre as a Goolmerrng Sponsor to assist in saving the critically endangered Miriwoong language.
How will your team celebrate #NAIDOC2017?
Graduating next year? Applications for our 15th Annual Scholarship in Civil Engineering closes on August 11, 2017. Open to MPE/PhD (Civil) students at UWA, recipients it’s valued at $7,500 and an offer for paid vacation work. Apply now!
Congratulations to Justin Geldard-Ker on winning the 2017 D.N. Foster award last evening. Created by the National Committee on Coastal & Ocean Engineering in recognition of Doug Foster’s contribution to Australian coastal engineering, the award encourages students to pursue a career in coastal and/or ocean engineering by sponsoring recipients to attend the biennial Coasts & Ports Conference. Recipients receive a certificate which is conferred by
Engineers Australia, as well... as travel, accommodation, spending money and registration for the conference, which was held this week in Cairns.
Justin was the 2016 recipient of the Pritchard Francis Scholarship in Civil Engineering, UWA. He is studying a Master of Professional Engineering (Civil) degree at UWA, and has achieved exceptional results in his studies. We are looking forward to welcoming Justin to the team later this year.
Today we celebrate engineering as an inclusive profession, which values and supports the contributions of women in the engineering team. As much as we strive for equality in all aspects of diversity, not all interactions are alike. Encouraging women in STEM disciplines facilitates balanced teams with opportunity for more diverse perspectives and solutions. Within our industry, this is crucial to a well rounded design for our communities.
(Photo features a few of the women on our incredible team: Sara Matulovic, Effie Fox, Denise Tyler-Hare, Beata Kotecha, Miriam Salter and Veronica Bonnar. ALSO in our fantastic team, but missed from the photo opportunity below - Cliodhna Doran)
Last week, we recognised our 40th year of business with an evening of celebrations at Fraser's in Kings Park. To our many valued clients and friends, we thank you for joining us and for your collaborations in business.
With 40 years of business under our belt, we planned an evening of celebration at Fraser's Restaurant in Kings Park, with an entertaining line up including one ...of Perth's best comedians (Peter Rowsthorn), a seven piece dance band (The Amplifiers) and an array of our wonderful clients and friends.
We were honoured to participate in what is said to be one of the most significant ancient ceremonies performed by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The ceremony involves smouldering various native plants to produce smoke which is believed to have cleansing properties capable of warding off unwanted spirits. The site will soon become home to a new 86 place childcare facility for children aged 0-5 years.
Introducing Troy Oliver – experienced and highly technical Structural Project Leader who’s recently relocated to our office in Darwin. Since joining Pritchard Francis in 2010, Troy has completed work in our Perth and Broome offices, in lead roles on major non process infrastructure, mining, education, retail and commercial developments. Troy is looking forward to connecting with our clients and sharing his interest in remote and regional project delivery on upcoming projects.
To learn more about Troy, visit our website: https://www.pfeng.com.au/…/troy-oliver-expands-permanent-c…/
#WBW - Recent political campaign pledges to remove railway level crossings around some of Perth’s worst sites have us thinking back to some of our own railway underpass projects, including a 1991 proposal to eliminate pedestrian train conflict on the Perth to Fremantle Railway line (26 years ago!)