Codicote was appointed to manage, assess and carry out a high level feasibly study to construct two new residential developments to the northwest of the Monash University Clayton Campus.
Using the knowledge and experience of the combined Project Management and Construction Planning teams a total of 19 alternative design schemes were assessed. This process involved leading consultant meetings both with Monash University and project stakeholders to ascertain true development needs along with core values for the project.
Value management was a key driver for the project along with maximisation of earning potential coupled with activation at street level and integration of surrounding parkland and college walks.
The Codicote planning team were an integral part of the team and prepared the design, tender and construction programme. This included detailed design and procurement planning as well as detailed construction programming. This included authority considerations, stakeholder approvals at each stage of the design process and other key development activities.
The project involved constructing in challenging geotechnical conditions and traffic management considerations were a central part of the understanding of the project.
Using Information gathered during the 3 month assessment period with Monash University and project stakeholders an all-encompassing report was produced along with considerations and suggestions for the ongoing project to proceed.
RoleConstruction Advice & Planning, Client Project Management
Project CompletionSubject to scheme adopted
- Two standalone new residential hubs to house 1000 students.
- Cost applications with basement construction
- New underground car parking at a ratio of 1:3
- Activation of campus `live-in’ hubs