Project Overview

Because of our reputation, ability to meet deadline targets, capacity and design capabilities; Price Trandos Engineering is the switchboard manufacturer of choice for key projects in Western Australia.

Below are just some of the major projects we are proud to be a part of.

Church House Building Development Office Buildings

Office Buildings

Church House Building Development – A$22.2m upgrade of the Heritage listed office building in the heart of Perth CBD.

Forrest Centre – Regarded as one of the most prestigious business address in the Perth CBD, this 30-storey 31,000m2 A-grade office space posed a special challenge for contractors in the upgrading process due to the heritage listing status of the building facility.

project overview Hotels and Shopping Centres

Hotels and Shopping Centres

Lakeside SC – One of the largest retail destinations in WA with over 300 stores, a cinema, two food courts and outdoor dining options.

Woolworths/Coles Supermarkets – WW/Coles accounts for 80% of the supermarkets in WA with store sights throughout Australia. Price Trandos Engineering is one of a few accredited manufacturers for the retailers.

Mandurah Forum SC – A A$350m shopping centre upgrade will make it the 6th largest retail destination in the state.

The Crown Towers Hotel – Australia’s most prestigious luxury hotel and its first 6-star hotel.

Project Overview Education Facilities And Hospitals

Education Facilities and Hospitals

BER Project – Building the Education Revolution (BER) is an Australian government program designed to provide new and refurbished infrastructure to all Australian Schools. The programs total investment was A$16.2 billion over 7,961 schools.

WAPPP – A A$100m State Government initiative was spent on improving the facilities and designs for 8 Primary and Secondary Schools.

Fiona Stanley Hospital – FSH is the largest Hospital in the Southern Hemisphere and is the largest building project undertaken by the Government of Western Australia.

Project Overview Stadiums and Mixed Use Developments

Stadiums and Mixed Use Developments

Perth Arena – Perth Arena is one of the most complex steel building constructions in Australia with a seating capacity of 15,500. It is WA’s landmark home of live entertainment, music and sports.

Convention and Exhibition Centre – With the capacity to handle up to 5,000 delegates, the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre comprises a 2,500 seat auditorium, six exhibition rooms offering 16,000 square meters of space and ballrooms.

Project Overview Airports and Airforce Defence Bases

Airports and Airforce Defence Bases

Perth International Airport – The airport is a part of a site wide A$750m redevelopment and transferring into a major transport hub within Australia.

HMAS Stirling – HMAS Stirling is the Royal Australian Navy’s primary base on the west coast of Australia – this is today, the largest base in the Royal Australian Navy and is home to more than 3,500 personnel.

RAAF Pearce – This Air Force base is utilised by the Australian and Singapore Air Force.

Project Overview Mining and Oil & Gas

Mining and Oil & Gas

Wheatstone Project – The Chevron-operated Wheatstone LNG plant is one of Australia’s largest resource projects.

Barrow Island – An LNG development between Chevron, Shell, and Mobil, this Gas project spans 300 ha of land and can produce 15 million tonnes of LNG per year.

Jimble Bar Mine – This is an iron ore mine located in the remote Pilbara region of WA. The mine is fully owned by BHP Billiton.

Roy Hill Remote Operations Centre – This ROC facility is a state of the art control facility that remotely operates the Roy Hill Mine.