Paynter Dixon is proud to say that we have worked with Bankstown Sports Club for over 25 years. To meet the gaming business requirements of the club, Paynter Dixon has managed the delivery of a wide range of projects in recent years. These projects include a four-storey extension to an existing multistory tower for additional hotel rooms, new foyer, new noodle restaurant and internal stair works.
Paynter Dixon is proud to have worked with Blacktown Workers Club for more than 30 years. We recently undertook a series of staged project stages to revitalise and refurbish the existing sports club. The projects include new internal and external gaming spaces, lounge and bar, bistro and restaurant. The final stage was the development of a new outdoor entertainment space which complete with food and bar offerings.
Paynter Dixon is fortunate to have worked with Castle Hill RSL Club for over 15 years. Our most recent project involved the extension to the already successful outdoor entertainment space at the club into large external entertainment precinct including fireplace, covered lounge spaces and bars as well as a children’s entertainment space and climbing structure that integrates with the new lounge spaces.
Paynter Dixon has been involved with Hills Grammar School for over 30 years. We worked with the School and their architect to deliver each of the buildings and spaces on the site on a building-by-building basis. With this depth of understanding, and the difficulties of the land and planning constraints, Paynter Dixon has always been able to ensure each building is delivered quietly, efficiently and cost effectively, whilst the School continued to operate around us.
Paynter Dixon's relationship with Mount St Benedict College began 10 years ago with the design and installation of a new sliding entry gate during a Christmas holiday period. Since then, projects have included classroom and science laboratory refurbishments, canteen and uniform shop upgrades and staff facility improvements. The reimaging of the College courtyard has fundamentally changed the way the College interacts with its students. We look forward to the next development of a creative and performing arts centre.
Paynter Dixon is instrumental in the development of an overall site masterplan that allows the building-by-building construction of the school as the school’s population increases year by year. The site plan is to ensure that each new building project does not impact the completed and occupied buildings as it is being built. The initial stage consisted of prefabricated buildings with subsequent stages being completed building by building.
Paynter Dixon was involved in the design and construction of a new building to accommodate approximately 25 Cerebral Palsy Alliance staff for the diverse purposes of administration, client therapy, client training and a mobility workshop. The aim of the building is to provide a life skills centre for young people with cerebral palsy. The design and build has now established a template for future Cerebral Palsy Alliance developments.
Paynter Dixon has been responsible for the masterplanning of the eight-hectare site and design and construction of a two-storey, 204-bed residential aged-care facility, retirement village, childcare centre and wellness centre. The construction of the residential aged-care facility (Stage 1) includes the installation of a unique 'bathroom pod'. A complete, prefabricated ensuite, the pod was transported to site and craned into the building during construction. Utilisation of the pods has afforded the client considerable efficiencies in both time and cost.
The Marion was specifically designed and constructed as an 'ageing in place' facility with the inbuilt flexibility to adapt to individual needs as they change, from low care through to more complex requirements. The Marion has 75 frail-aged single suites including eleven suites to accommodate couples. All have ensuite bathrooms, a mini kitchen and lockable security cupboards for valuables. Additionally, a full commercial kitchen and multiple dining rooms se
As a result of government legislation, it became necessary to install fire sprinkler systems into all residential and aged-care facilities in NSW. The remedial team from Paynter Dixon developed then implemented a retrofit system for the design, procurement and installation of fire sprinklers across 54 separate facilities across NSW. With every facilities occupied during the installation, Paynter Dixon needed to develop a schedule and strategy to minimise disruption to all residents in situ.
Paynter Dixon was responsible for the internal renovation of two floors of an operational residential aged-care facility, located in a busy inner-city location with restricted access. The remedial project demanded a carefully coordinated and communicated construction programme that was set up in stages so that the work, which included the replacement of all windows and carpets plus all internal fittings and fixtures, could be completed with minimal disruption to in situ residents and visiting medical practitioners.
St Mary's Cathedral is the spiritual home of Sydney's Catholic community. When St Mary’s Cathedral wanted to rehang its Angelus bell in the Cathedral’s bell tower, the Church called on Paynter Dixon’s specialist skillsets in the remedial team. The bell had been unused for many years until Paynter Dixon devised a cost-effective method to rehang the bell. Upon completion, the Angelus bell immediately became a regular feature of the Cathedral’s soundscape.
Paynter Dixon completed the commercial office fitout across two and a half levels within a fully operational commercial office tower within a 13-week fitout deadline. As a pre-requisite, Paynter Dixon had to provide a construction management plan that addressed the impact of the build to tenants on other floors, coordination and liaison with building management, and hours of work with all noise and vibrating building activity undertaken outside of normal office hours.
Paynter Dixon was involved in the complete design, development application, procurement and construction fitout of three levels within an existing and operational eight-storey commercial building. The first level was a purpose-built childcare centre for KU Children’s Services. Levels two and three were purpose-built education fitouts for Navitas English. All three levels were provided as existing shells with basic building services only, insufficient for the proposed fitout requirements, necessitating complete upgrade.
Paynter Dixon was involved the heritage affected demolition of the original 1960s hospital on the site to make way for a new five star, green star, A-grade commercial building designed, constructed and fitted out by Paynter Dixon. The new state office for St Vincent de Paul comprised of 2500 square metres of commercial floor space located over four levels. The building incorporates office space, meeting rooms, staff facilities, an outdoor terrace, internal atrium with stair and an underground carpark.
The Club is a long-time valued client who had experienced flooding in their basement in the early hours. The flood inundated the Club’s entire basement floor, cool room, cold store area and 'keg room'. Our staff carried out immediate emergency work. Then we provided a temporary bar and beer plumbing to allow continuation of trade whilst repairs to the basement area were underway. Paynter Dixon Insurance then worked with the client in preparing a redesign of the floor so it would not be affected by future flood events.
An extensive fire within the Club caused damage to the majority of the existing building. Paynter Dix-on was engaged to initially make the building safe and ensure there would be no further deterioration. Paynter Dixon initially set up the Club operations in an undamaged section of the building with staged construction of the works to allow the continuous operations of the Club.
Following hail damage in the area, Paynter Dixon Insurance was appointed to carry out emergency repairs to a number of warehouses including damaged external panelling, roofs and guttering. These warehouses continued to operate whilst we worked around the clock to remove damaged roofs and replace with new. Repairs were carried out with minimum disruption to the businesses. Our adopted methodology on repairs was unique to each project and involved stringent and open communications with all stakeholders.