Above: Macquarie Centre – Office for the Project Team during redevelopment of the centre


AMP Capital

The Project

Various capital works projects across multiple AMP Capital shopping centres both in NSW and interstate.  The projects have included:

  • New and upgraded facades and entries
  • Carparks upgrades projects
  • New foodcourts and amenities
  • Base build services upgrades
  • Base build works/re-carves required to suit incoming tenants
  • New Development project office and centre management office upgrades
  • External works
  • Signage and wayfinding

Above: Pacific Fair Shopping Centre, Broadbeach, Queensland – Carpark upgrade program


This work required full project management services including:

  • Preparation of Business Case and formal reporting in line with AMP’s corporate requirements
  • Development of Project Brief/Stakeholder Engagement Framework
  • Regular PCG and progress reporting
  • Establishment of communications plan with regular project and design team meetings
  • Procurement/appointment of consultant team, management of consultant budget and administration of agreements/invoices etc
  • Preparation and management of Statutory and services Authority approvals
  • Design Management – including optioneering and associated cost/benefit analyses with consideration
  • Coordination with relevant internal teams including Design and Leasing (head office), and Centre Management and Maintenance (centre based) to ensure all requirements are considered and met
  • Risk and opportunities management
  • Management of project program & budget
  • Analysis of impacts on existing assets/infrastructure
  • Design Development including value management
  • Coordination of Request for Tender documents for Construction
  • Review and analysis of contractor tender returns, participation in Contractor interviews
  • Input into construction contract, liaison with AMP’s internal capital works and legal teams to formalise/execute
  • Contract administration and management of the contractor through construction including handover and defects close out

Above: Riverside Plaza Shopping Centre, Queanbeyan, Australian Capital Territory – Food court upgrade