Residential, Commercial and Industrial

02 6885 2211

Connect with Us  

Project Value $1M - $3M

PROJECT NAME DESCRIPTION OF WORKS
Urban Village Development Construction of a new 8 unit development along a main highway in Dubbo consisting of mainly food outlets. Building is primarily tilt panel construction with steel trusses being used in lue of the more conventional structural steel frame. The project involved construction of a new building to the lock up stage and all external car parking and landscaping works.

Project facts:
  1. Construction period of 12 weeks.   
  2. Building area of 900m2 with a total car parking area of 1900m2.
  3. David Payne constructions used their own experienced employees to complete the following areas of work-
  • Concreting of all piers, footings, slabs and pedestrian pavement
  • Build and stand all the concrete tilt panels
  • Installation of steel truss system
  • Carpark area
Unflued Gas Heaters Replacement of Unflued Gas Heaters with Flued Gas Heaters at 21 Central West Schools. The project included elements of design as the scope and requirements for heaters were modified by the size of rooms and requirements of the various schools. Approximately 470 heaters were replaced with logistics including setting up each site safely, liaising with several contacts at the number of schools, recording and documenting the heaters removed as well as the heaters supplied and providing those records to the client. Producing work as executed drawings for every heater was included in our scope. We finished the project on time with minimal disruptions to schools and dealt with the complexity of the programme efficiently and effectively.
Toll Driver Interchange Constructions of driver exchange building in Bourke Street Dubbo involving compartmentalised temporary accommodation and parking for truck drivers. The building is brick construction with steel framed roofs and concrete slab. The level of fire separation required for the building added complexity to the construction. A main driveway and turning area for trucks was included in our scope.
Gipps Street This project involved a dilapidated building that needed a complete refurbishment including removal of asbestos, roof structure, internal walls. New steel roof framing was craned into place onto the existing brick walls. New internal wall framing, glazing, doors and internal linings were installed along with new parking facilities at the rear and new awning and access ramps at the front. The building has had a complete face lift externally with rendered and painted walls. This building will house The Dubbo Neighbourhood Centre and Australian Red Cross.
ARUP Housing Constructions of 24 General Units for ARUP NSW over sites at Bathurst, Orange and Dubbo. Bathurst – 6 Dwellings, Orange – 8 General Units, Dubbo – 8 General Units
Baradine National Parkes & Wildlife Service  Demolition of Existing offices and construction of new National Parks and Wildlife  Administration Offices and Visitors Centre.

National Parks & Wildlife Visitors Centre Baradine is an architecturally designed building with the main design intent being the construction of an environmentally friendly building using up to 60% materials being sourced from the local  region. The local materials were predominately cypress pine, concrete and landscaping materials. The building is one of the first in the region to use the reverse brick veneer system with the frames externally and brick walls internal. The building is sheeted in cypress pine shiplap cladding and coated with a lanotec oil to slow the weathering process. The building also has a state of the art Mechanical ventilation system and a grey water system feeding the staff and public toilets. David Payne Constructions completed the visitors centre fit-out for Mothers Art Productions a Melbourne based design company within the original contract time frame.

The building is in two sections –

The Visitors Centre- area which is open to the public. The focal point of this area are the handmade exposed trusses and the 30 iron bark trees supplied by a local resident installed through-out the area.

NPWS Regional Office- This  is the office area for the NPWS employees that work in the Pilliga region. Due to Baradine being at the start of the Pilliga Forrest a large meeting room has been included in the designed so it can be used as the  emergency control centre in the event of a major bushfire.

The project was completed and handed over in December 08 two weeks ahead of schedule.

Please click on a thumbnail to start the photo gallery
{module_photogallery,5850,8,,16,80,80} 

Dubbo Ambulance Station Construction of new Ambulance Station
Wellington Houses (ARUP) Wellington Houses (ARUP) Upgrade of 33 houses for ARUP in Wellington
Bathurst Fire Station Bathurst Fire Station New single storey Fire Station for Bathurst
Country Energy Gunnedah New Field Service Centre for CountryEnergy
Cudal Health Service Cudal Health Service Construction of New Health Service Facility at Cudal
Boothenba Road Boothenba Road Industrial Shed Commercial building for One Steel Dubbo
Wellington Houses Five new homes for aboriginal aged care
St Johns Primary School Stage 1 including administrative block, classrooms, roadworks and earthworks
Cobar Housing  Cobar Housing Construction of five new homes for aboriginal housing (ARUP)
CSU Bathurst CSU Bathurst Human Movement Laboratory for Charles Sturt University in Bathurst
Resitech Dubbo - East & High Streets Resitech Dubbo - East & High Streets
Demolition of existing houses and constructions of 4 Aged Care Units at East Street and Demolition of existing houses and constructions of 4 Aged Care Units at High Street
Pickles Auction Dubbo  Construction of Auction Shed, Administration offices and wash bay
Brewarrina Housing  Upgrades to 48 houses in Brewarrina for Aboriginal Housing