1 November 2017
FDC has completed numerous fitout and refurbishment projects at Westmead Hospital, in NSW. The third milestone was the new gastroenterology ward, which was part of the Westmead Redevelopment – a NSW Government project valued at over $1 billion. The project included completely demolishing the existing ward and constructing a new inpatient unit for gastroenterology and hepatology. New medical services in this refurbishment included medical gases, essential power and... Read more.
31 October 2017
With only a week to go until FDC, Stylecraft and industry friends, including premium sponsor Greenbox Architecture, host our 13th Melbourne Cup fundraising event, we are delighted to advise that the event is again a sell-out. We are looking forward to seeing our 650+ guests on Tuesday 7th November at the Westin Hotel, Sydney where attendees will indulge in an afternoon of delicious food, drink and merriment, all... Read more.
30 October 2017
FDC are pleased to announce a new addition to our Perth-based team. Russell Perkins will serve as General Manager W.A. and head up our fast-growing Western Australian market. Russell comes to FDC with over 22 years of experience in the construction industry, having worked in South Africa, Melbourne and has held senior management roles for a number of Perth-based construction companies. Throughout his career, Russell has been part... Read more.
27 October 2017
FDC have completed the fitout of the Westpac East Chatswood Business Continuity Centre (Westpac ECBCC) at 26 Smith Street, East Chatswood, NSW. Westpac is one of Australia’s largest bank networks with over 13 million consumers across their 5 key divisions – Consumer Bank, Business Bank, BT Financial Group Australia, Westpac Institutional Bank and Westpac New Zealand. The Westpac ECBCC project involved the adaptive repurposing of the existing building... Read more.
26 October 2017
FDC have completed Stage 3, building C7A of the Macquarie University Central Courtyard Project (NSW). Founded in 1964, Macquarie University is a public research university that brings together 40,000 students and 2,000 staff on one thriving 126 hectare campus. To encourage and facilitate student interaction and engagement, the 3 floor fitout includes many multipurpose spaces, staff/student work areas, seminar rooms, training rooms as well as themed rooms to... Read more.
25 October 2017
FDC’s new A.C.T. office – Level 4, 10 Moore Street, Canberra – is officially open. We look forward to welcoming our clients, colleagues, friends and family to our new workspace. To discuss your next construction, fitout or refurbishment project, please contact Darren Attard, National Operations Manager, Fitout and Refurbishment on 0411 045 259 or via email email@example.com... Read more.
24 October 2017
Yesterday, our Ronald McDonald House (RMH) project team cooked and served dinner to families in the existing RMH at Westmead (NSW). The new Ronald McDonald House Westmead, being constructed by FDC, will provide a place for the families of ill children to stay whilst they are being treated at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead. The new four storey brick veneer house, covering 13,000sqm, inclusive of accommodation and a... Read more.
23 October 2017
FDC has recently completed numerous fitout and refurbishment projects at Westmead Hospital, in NSW. The first milestone was an office refurbishment on Level 3 of the Westmead Centre for Oral Health – which was renamed the O3Hub. This refurbishment is part of the Westmead Redevelopment – a NSW Government project valued at over $1 billion. The O3Hub project involved demolishing the existing office space and replacing it with... Read more.
20 October 2017
FDC Construction & Fitout are proud to announce our association with the 4 Aussie Heroes Foundation through sponsorship of their cycling event next week – “Pedals ‘n Medals”. Widely acknowledged for their assistance in helping war veterans overcome trauma, 4 Aussie Heroes Foundation has achieved many milestones since its conception in 2016. FDC’s Managing Director Ben Cottle said, ‘Our military and first responder personnel often struggle to assimilate... Read more.