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Officer Secondary College, Case Studies - Britex Metal Products

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Officer Secondary College

Officer Secondary College


Architect: Clarke Hopkins Clarke

Est. Project Value:12.8 Million

Britex Project Manager: Mr. John Doolan

Britex working closely with the architect and builder was involved in Stage 2 of the construction of Officer Secondary College providing over 75 linear metres of custom measured and fabricated integral stainless steel benching. Using our expertise in commercial kitchens and knowledge of Australian Standards, Britex was able to deliver two full teaching kitchen fit outs and canteen area that not only completely adhered to disability compliancies but was also fully vandalresistant. The Stainless steel works for this project included:

• Disabled Access Stainless Steel Bench tops with integratedsinks at compliancy height
• Custom Stainless Steel Bench tops with integrated sinks
• Custom Stainless Steel Splashbacks
• Custom Stainless Steel Shelves
• Custom Stainless Steel Bench with integrated stainless steellift up bench
• Modular Flat Island Benches
• Custom Stainless Steel Work Benches with integral radiusedcorner bowls incorporated into recessed wet areas

About the Development

Building of Officer Secondary College was completed over 2 stages and 2 levels.A planning committee worked with architects Clarke Hopkins Clarke over 2 years, to ensure that the new school was built to serve itscommunity to the highest standard. Building of Stage 1 commenced in 2013 and was finished in December 2014. Stage 2 was completedin December 2015.49 Kilometres from Melbourne, and on a greenfield site, the architects drew on 3 core elements-historical and environmental influences,21st century learning and rapid growth prediction. Planning and design also reflects its proximity to the Cardinia Council offices to the north,Gum Scrub Creek wetlands to the east and the Officer Specialist School to the south.

Source: 04/2016