About Woollam Constructions
Woollam Constructions is a leader in the commercial construction industry and at 135 years is one of Australia’s oldest privately-owned construction firms. The evolution of Woollam has paralleled the changing face of Australia. From a small family business started by an optimistic migrant in the late 1800s, the company continues to create buildings for the times.
We design and construct future proof buildings for our local communities; aged care, healthcare, schools, airports, and social infrastructure. Our character is distinguished by the collaborative approach of our people and their dealings with colleagues, clients and the community to achieves our promise that working together sets us apart. The experience and nous of our ‘older heads’ is complemented by recruits who bring in fresh ideas and stimulate a re-think of traditional approaches and systems.
Each project is benefited with a clear chain of accountability, with our operational directors assuming the ultimate responsibility for the success of each and every project. As company shareholders, our operational directors, Craig Percival (Managing Director) and George Bogiatzis (Director / Chairman), both of whom began with Woollam as cadets in 1989 and 1983 respectively, have a vested interest in the continuous improvement of projects.
The vibrancy of this interaction produces ongoing improvement in our planning, construction, and administrative systems, to ensure that project benefits from best in class industry practice and innovations.
The Tweed Valley Hospital project will deliver a brand new state-of-the-art major referral hospital on a greenfield site for the growing Tweed-Byron region.
Ownership of the site opposite Kingscliff TAFE transferred to the NSW Government on 2 November 2018 and the immediate task is to ensure appropriate environmental control measures are in plan and complete the balance of the geotechnical drilling that was not possible while farming operations were underway. These works will enable critical path design activities to continue and provide an immediate benefit to the environmental area that is being preserved along the northern boundary of the Project Site and completion is targeted prior to the wet season.
Geotechnical drilling is underway and the scope of the remaining Preliminary Works includes:
- Site establishment including chain-link fencing of site
- Set-up temporary accommodation and amenities to service the preliminary works
- Temporary site electricity supply from existing 100kVA pole transformer
- Application for a temporary electrical supply to service the site needs during the preliminary works
- Supply and install a new electrical point of connection within the site as required
- Supply and install a weatherproof distribution board suitable for the supply of temporary site loads
- Supply and install temporary security lighting pole mounted at each of the new entry gates
- Temporary construction carparking
- Demolition of existing onsite buildings
- Onsite soil and water management (i.e. sediment basins and drainage swales)
- Temporary stormwater drainage (for site compound)
- External road works, including:
- New site access point from Cudgen Road at south-western site boundary
- New site egress point to Turnoch Street roundabout, including intersection upgrades.
- Potable water supply and connection across Turnoch Street
General Information on Project
More information about the project you can find here:
Local Business Information Session
Woollam Constructions, supported by NSW Government - Health Infrastructure kindly inviting local SMEs to attend the Tweed Valley Hospital – Preliminary Works Local Business Information Session to be held:
Date: Thursday, 15 November 2018
Time: 5pm start – 6pm finish
Venue: The venue address will be provided upon registration of attendance via the email below.
To register Local Business Information Session attendance please reply via email to the following TVH.email@example.com
Due to expected considerable interest, please do not register more than two attendees per a company.
How to register an Expression of Interest
- Work Packages currently available to submit an EOI for are listed below.
- To submit an initial EOI for the Work Scopes, companies must have an ICN Gateway company profile. Information on how to register your company on ICN Gateway is detailed below.
This is an initial, generic EOI submission only.
ICN Gateway Company Registration
- Click here to register your company profile on ICN Gateway.
- Support and assistance is available through the web links listed below and attached guidance.
- Your company summary and company description are used to assess your ability to complete projects when you lodge an EOI- please ensure that your company invests the time and energy required to represent your company in the most effective manner possible.