Sydney University Sports and Aquatic Centre

With a proven track record in the education sector, CMS Construction is proud to have been awarded the prestigious 2006 Master Builders Excellence for Construction Award. The brief was top replace the roof of the Olympic pool, restore deteriorated elements and provide adequate ventilation to the pool and adjoining basketball courts. CMS Overcame the challenge of the University’s demand to keep areas of the pool open while erecting scaffolding in the water and installing anti-corrosive fabric duct work within the structure

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Sydney University Grandstand Bar and Café

The existing Bar was completely stripped and a new bar was designed and constructed. A commercial grade kitchen and counter area was designed and built by CMS using stainless steel and high quality commercial kitchen materials. This design and construct contract enabled CMS to create a modern and efficient bar and kitchen design within the client’s budget. The finishes exceeded expectations and this area has become one of the premium spots to have a drink and conduct functions on the campus

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Sydney University Boardroom

A small area above the Peter Montgomery Olympic Pool was unusable. Internal structural works were carried out to raise the ceiling to create an open space area for a new boardroom. Fully air conditioned with trophy cabinets and full glass shop front make this a perfect area for meetings whilst getting the best view of the pool.

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Sydney University Gym and Reception

The Arena Centre Gym on both levels was upgraded which included a new Reception, Lobby and Amenities upgrade.

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Sydney University Administration

CMS extended the main administration offices for Sydney University Sport and Fitness department. The works involved Air conditioning upgrade, new ceilings and walls, fire rated access way from back of house area and new shop front and reception

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Sydney University RPM Room

This area, originally a squash court, was converted into a RPM room. Designed and built by CMS Construction, the room required acoustic treatment to the walls and ceiling and was built around all gym activities

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The Chiropractic Centre, Dee Why

The Chiropractic commercial office suite was a design and construct project in a new commercial building. The area was completely designed and built by CMS Construction.  The client was overseas and CMS worked through the Christmas period to achieve New Year deadlines upon the clients return. The X Ray rooms were lead lined and the fit out contained all services.

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Luneburger, Westfield Miranda

German Bakery, coffee and sandwich franchise shop Luneburger is situated at Westfield Miranda. The fit out was a design and construct project with all new kitchen equipment, cool rooms and ovens. The Client requested a high class finish. Occupational health and safety, plus working within a heavily populated area made this project a real challenge for CMS. Although the construction period was tight, all deadlines were met.

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O’Connell Street, Sydney

CMS project managed the council approval process for this heritage listed building. The works involved plant room upgrades including external galvanized access stairs and platform, water proofing and mechanical and electrical services upgrade. In addition we constructed a new timber and glass terrace off the penthouse suite on the roof level

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Hunter Street, Sydney

There were two briefs to this project:


The works related to a Fire Order involved smoke detection and EWIS System throughout the building and various other Fire Safety works were carried out

The second part was a full mechanical upgrade including two new chillers, plant room upgrade and associated services


Both stages of work were contracted on a design and construct basis

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Druitt Street, Sydney

The promenade area façade was enclosed by a two level pre-cast structure. Frameless glass, fixings and handrails were designed to improve the amenity of the area and create wind barrier. The entire area was segmented into the shape of a quadrant. The works were carried out in conjunction with the construction of the cross-city tunnel.

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