Perfect Engineering has been appointed as Managing Contractor by the Department of Public Works (NSW Government) for the design and construction of certain projects i.e civil projects include a carpark and roadway for the Ministry of The Arts. Other projects include TAFE colleges, several high schools and the revision of engineering drawings and conversion to complete detailed shop drawings along with supply, fabrication and erection of the entire steel structure.
Perfect Engineering Pty Ltd is also proud to announce that it has also employed hundreds of subcontractors in the various disciplines required notably in the vicinity of where the project is taking place. This also serves the primary purpose of the BER objectives which the government has put in place.
Few of the projects achieved by Perfect Engineering:
Chullora TAFE, Randwick TAFE, Campbelltown East public School, Kingswood High School, Glenmore Park High School, Richmond High School, Windsor High School, Colo High School, Blacktown Girls High School, Fairvale High School, Chifley College Senior Campus, and many others. Perfect Engineering was engaged by the NSW Department of Public Works to provide the marking plans and member schedules, fabrication and site erection for the building frames.
What is Building the Education Revolution (BER)
The Commonwealth Government has committed funding of $14.7 billion over three years to provide new facilities and refurbishments in Australian schools to meet the needs of 21st century students and teachers through the Building the Education Revolution (BER) program. $3.2 billion of funding has been allocated to provide upgrades and refurbishments of school facilities under the NSW Building the Education Revolution (BER) program.
- Primary Schools - $12.4 billion,
- Science and Language Centres for Secondary Schools - $1 billion,
- National School Pride program - $1.288 billion for all schools in Australia.
The main aims of the Commonwealth through the BER is to:
- 1. Provide economic stimulus through the rapid construction and refurbishment of school infrastructure.
- 2. Build learning environments to help children, families and communities participate in activities that will support achievement, develop learning potential and bring communities together.
Building the Education Revolution is estimated to support 15,000 jobs per annum.
The abovementioned project was a great success, and was completed in a shorter period than expected. The period for construction was extremely short, and there was minimal disruption, dust, noise to employees due to careful planning and control. Attention to OH&S and environmental issues had to be adhered to strictly as in all projects.