Paynter Dixon's partnership with Ryde Eastwood Leagues Club continues to strengthen following the opening of the Club's Main Bar and Lounge. This was the final stage of a three stage program for the upgrade of the ground floor. The existing bar received a full re-fresh complimenting the upgrade to the main lounge area. This enabled the space to have synergy with the already completed foyer and Bistro & Oasis Bar. The club remained open and fully operational throughout the construction phase.
Paynter Dixon is proud to have delivered such an outstanding development which has great significance for the club, community and promotion of sport in western Sydney. Works comprised of a two 350-seat grandstands with multiple change rooms, canteens, corporate rooms, two car parks, plaza areas and an elevated boardwalk which runs across Bungarribee Creek to link the fields. The four playing football (soccer) fields and two rugby league fields and a cricket pitch were designed and constructed to make the fields self-sufficient and ecologically sustainable in relation to water re-use.
The brief was to update the very popular café, bar, bistro seating, courtyard servery and pizzeria as well as updating the collande and foyer links to these areas. This is to bring the indoor area more in line with the recently completed outdoor courtyard and kids play area. The design and construct project achieved a high level of finish with a fresh new look while understanding the complexity of working in with existing structures and layout while including a staged project.
Paynter Dixon worked with Toongabbie Christian College to develop a Master Plan for the College. Architectural concepts and plans were then completed by the Paynter Dixon Education design staff for the construction team to make the vision a reality for the College. Following the Master Planning process, Paynter Dixon embarked on the project to refurbish the Administration Block and G Block. An upgrade was completed to the interiors of existing buildings to cater for administration, student services, secondary teaching collaboration and IT.
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. The Hildegard Centre for Creative and Performing Arts is now complete!
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.
The entire area of L3 Hospital Wing was reconfigured into a 19-bed residential aged care facility, with énsuites, new food servery and dining room. As St. Luke’s sits in a heritage conservation site, consideration of the potential heritage aspects of the building was required. The Paynter Dixon team worked closely with the hospital to ensure the impact during construction was kept to a minimum. The project was a particularly challenging build with highly restrictive timeframes, restricted access and egress, restrictions on noise and live services above and below that could not be shut down.
Paynter Dixon has redeveloped the existing independent living units into a contemporary 120-bed aged-care facility with new kitchen and back-of-house areas. The development incorporates a highly sophisticated and integrated technology platform that services all aspects of staff and resident security, clinical monitoring, hospitality services and entertainment. In addition, the new building has a café, hairdresser, physiotherapy rooms and multipurpose spaces.
Paynter Dixon completed the St Catherine's Aged Care Services project, incorporating staged refurbishment and additions to residential rooms, bathroom amenities and communal spaces. Works occurred to both the St Joseph and St Vincent wings and were concluded with final facade render and finishes.
Paynter Dixon has worked with Bankstown Sports Club as it diversifies its business for more than 20 years. The Flinders Centre project includes the design, construction and fit-out of a state of the art ten level commercial office tower. The project contains 10,500m2 of office space with a 5-Star Green Star and 5-Star NABERS energy rating and a podium level of approximately 1,700m2.
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 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.