The Bendigo Gov hub, is a four-story customer service and public administration office developed by Icon Fairbrother Joint Venture in partnership with the City of Greater Bendigo Council and Victorian Government. The project involves the construction of the office building, including car park, open plan offices, and public interface, with a capacity to accommodate at least 1,000 staff.
The project incorporates major environmentally sustainable design features, including Victoria’s largest timber frame, efficient indoor air quality systems, solar panels, water, and energy monitoring systems.
Our scope of work involved the steel workshop drawings, timber detailing for highly detail non-structural timber features throughout the stairs and walkways. We worked closely with our client Steelwork Bendigo and Icon Fairbrother Joint Venture, alongside Lyons Architects, and Arup Engineering to ensure all workshop drawings met the project’s design requirements and standards. We achieved this through a highly collaborative approach with other major suppliers such as XLAM and Spiire. Our team’s ability to navigate complex details across various domains enabled us to provide high-quality steel and timber detailing solution that helped to ensure the project’s overall success.
Category/scope: Construction Modelling & Fabrication Drawings for Steel, Timber & Folded Perforated cladding.
Total number of Drawings: 1950
Total Steel Tonnage: 150
Fabricator (Client): Steelwork Bendigo
Builder: Icon Fairbrother Joint entre
Architect: Lyons Architects
Timber Supplier: XLAM