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PROJECT 01


Outback Travel Centre
Karratha

 

CLIENT: MEGARA / PAD.

LOCATION: GAP RIDGE, KARRATHA, WESTERN AUSTRALIA

     The Outback Travel Centre in Gap Ridge Karratha was a green fields fuel station and travel centre to cater for commercial truck drivers, tourists and the Karratha community.

Role:

Project Coordinator, Architectural
Technician, Contractor

The Outback Travel Centre in Gap Ridge Karratha was a green fields fuel station and travel centre to cater for commercial truck drivers, tourists and the Karratha community. Once presented with an existing development approval, BP design brief and specifications, Michael established the project team of consultants whilst also coordinating with a pre-engaged interior design practice developing the tenancy fit out.

Michael procured the delivery of building permit and construction documentation and obtained statutory approvals whilst coordinating and managing the delivery of a full suite of project consultants inclusive of specialist fuel dispensing and payment system suppliers and contractors.

Challenges:

  • Cyclonic Region D location. 

  • Remote regional location.

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LEFT: OUTBACK TRAVEL CENTRE BRANDING
RIGHT: INTERIOR CAFÉ FITOUT
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     Michael developed concept designs for the roadhouse upgrades which sought to upgrade and modernise the interior fitout, kitchen, amenities, external facade and fuel distillation fixtures whilst aligning to the Outback Travel Centre branding specifications. 

Role:

Project Coordinator, Building Designer, Architectural Technician, Contractor

The existing Capricorn Roadhouse, 18km South of Newman was established along the Great Northern Highway to service the transport demands servicing Australia’s
north-west.

Michael was engaged to provide functional and aesthetic design upgrades to the ageing Roadhouse to align with the rebranding as an Outback Travel Centre. The brief required an assessment of the existing roadhouse, report production identifying opportunities for redevelopment whilst adhering to a restrained fiscal design approach.   

Michael developed concept designs for the roadhouse upgrades which sought to upgrade and modernise the interior fitout, kitchen, amenities, external facade and fuel distillation fixtures whilst aligning to the Outback Travel Centre branding specifications. Upon concept design sign off, Michael established and coordinated the project team of consultants to procure the delivery of building permit and construction documentation whilst obtaining statutory approvals.

Challenges:

  • Assessing existing site conditions and identifying restrained fiscal development opportunities.

  •  Remote regional location.

PROJECT 02


Outback Travel
Centre Newman Upgrade
& Refurbishment

CLIENT: MEGARA / PAD.

LOCATION: NEWMAN, WESTERN AUSTRALIA

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