Construction company ADCO has won two Western Australian refurbishment contracts with a combined worth of around $62 million.
The company was selected by WA property group Hawaiian to lead the $45 million refurbishment works of Perth’s Parmelia Hilton.
The hotel will include new frontage, an expanded lobby, refurbished guestrooms and bathrooms, an executive lounge and a connection to the neighbouring Brookfield Place precinct.
Renovations will see new air-conditioning, flooring, furniture, and improved in-room technology. The number of rooms will also increase from 284 to 309.
The hotel will remain operational during the construction work, which is expected to be completed in September 2020.
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The Western Australian Government has also selected ADCO as Builder of Choice on the $17 million Osborne Park Hospital Rehabilitation and Neonatal Nursery project.
The Perth-based construct-only project will see the existing facilities extended and refurbished to update the hospital’s Rehabilitation and Women’s and Newborn Services.
A new maternity assessment unit and nursery will be built at the site, along with a new 16-bed rehabilitation ward, central therapy hub, therapy garden and other refurbishment works.