Intrax (formerly ESG) has worked co-operatively with KFW Infrastructure for the developer Level 33 on this inner-city Wollongong residential development project since 2016, ViViD Wollongong.
After sitting vacant for 15 years, the land at 14-18 Auburn Street, Wollongong (see image), went through several proposals until a multi-level residential and commercial development was approved in 2015. According to local news, downsized from a 15-storey complex originally approved in December 2014 by a Joint Regional Planning Panel, the current project is for a 9-storey building with ground-floor commercial tenants and eight levels of apartments, plus three levels of basement parking and storage.
ViViD is planned for completion in 2017 and features stylish 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments with open-plan living areas, secure parking and balconies. Upper floors enjoy unobstructed views of the ocean, cityscape and escarpment to take advantage of the north-east aspect. The corner location with dual street access adds value to the commercial level, surrounded by an elevated promenade with glass balustrades.
Detailed Intrax surveying services throughout the project
The progressive levels of surveying required from Intrax have taken us from set out surveys in ground works through to the top level of the build.
Intrax have extensive experience in high density surveying helps deliver quality outcomes. Tasks performed on this project include:
- Ensure all electronic files pre-checked and validated against FOR CONSTRUCTION drawings before uploading data and commencing set out on all concrete or deck levels
- Survey control densification
- Set out of all grids to aid construction
- Set out Groundworks and piers
- Set out of Columns
- Set out of Wet Areas and Penetrations
- Set out of Balconies and Step downs
- Checking Vertical alignment of Pre Cast Panels
Intrax expert surveyors are available across NSW and Canberra in the ACT, as well as in QLD, VIC and WA. Find out about our experience by viewing all of our projects.
Auburn St, Wollongong