Client

Ausbao

Project Description

286 CBD apartments with mixed use 6,000sqm retail

Project Role

Senior Project Manager

Responsibilities

Stakeholder Management, Authority & DA Approvals, Contract Negotiations, Design Management, Superintendent for Early Works & Main Works (D&C) Contracts including Time, Cost and Quality Control.

Project Type

The Quay Haymarket is a luxury mixed use development presenting 19 Storey twin residential towers in Sydney CBD. The project consists of 286 luxury apartments, 6000sqm retail and 4 levels of underground basement parking.

Combining the very best practices in architecture, construction, interior design and sensitive planning, The Quay is a $300m project designed to transform one of the most vibrant and colourful pockets of the Sydney CBD into a true urban resort.

Ausbao are the developers of The QuayAusbao is the Australian arm of the Beijing Capital Development Holding Group, one of China’s leading diversified real estate and urban infrastructure developers. The group is responsible for some of China’s most notable developments, including the Asian Games Village and the Olympic Village in Beijing, and has a total asset of over AU$20 billion across China. Operating in Australia for the past twenty years, Ausbao has established itself as a developer of distinction with impressive projects such as The Quay and One Pymble

Given our extensive and specialised large scale residential experience, Mainway was engaged to form part of Project Management team to provide direction and ‘hands on’ management in the successful delivery of the project. Mainway’s  Steven Macdessi managed the project on a detailed level as Senior Project manager representing the developer from commencement in 2011 up to the successful project completion in September 2014.

Key responsibilities included: 

  • Design Management
  • Early Works letting and contract management
  • Main Works letting and contract management
  • Construction programming review and monitoring
  • Quality assurance
  • Cost management
  • Value management
  • Risk management
  • Construction site safety
  • Authority approvals