McMahon Services were one of four companies selected to quote for this fit-out project, presented by Matthews Architects.
The project involved the fit-out of a purpose-built new vehicle delivery area within a three level car park. The area allowing for the CMI Toyota Group to provide a showroom environment where they can deliver and present new cars to their clients.
The project scope included the following:
- Fabricate and install structural steelwork;
- Install first fix electrical cabling for data, power and lighting;
- Install studwork and plasterboard linings;
- Carry out floor grinding to existing concrete floor slab to prepare surface for tiling;
- Flush and paint all new and existing partitions;
- Clean high level windows;
- Install new raked baffle grid ceiling;
- Install new LED lighting, C-Bus switches and outlets;
- Installed new ceramic tiles, thresholds, and stainless steel skirting’s;
- Install TV brackets;
- Conduct final clean of construction zone ready for handover.
The new vehicle delivery area incorporated a specialised ceiling to cover the existing exposed roof sheeting. The ceiling composed of racked square hollow section louvers, located 300 mm apart with strip lighting and spot lights located between them. The new floor tiles were tiled to match the ground floor showrooms, adding to the presentation.
The area was further enclosed with new partition walls, painted white to match the downstairs showroom. The team also installed three large television screens, linked to the central data network, enhancing the presentation area.
Daily meetings with the CMI Toyota Facility Manager were undertaken to ensure all works onsite were in accordance with CMI requirements. In order to minimise disruptions to the CMI Toyota daily operations, all works were carried out whilst maintaining free access to the adjacent driveway.
McMahon Services coordinated the delivery of materials to site between the hours of 7:00am and 8:00am to avoid conflicting schedules with CMI Toyota and affecting their ‘rush’ periods. Regular meetings with the architect were conducted to inspect project progress and ensuring the project was on schedule for completion.