80 Stirling Street – CAMPUS Perth Student Accomodation

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RM Surveys long relationship with Broad Construction continues with another construction project in Perth’s CBD. RM Surveys is thrilled to be their preferred 80 Stirling Street project surveyor.

The 80 Stirling Street Student Accommodation Refurbishment and Extension project incorporated international-style ‘Campus 4’ shared living environments, where students integrate within modern and attractive surrounds.

Broad Construction secured the project following an early contractor involvement phase with clients GCP Hospitality, Gaw Capital Partners and developer DevWest Group to produce an innovative and cost-effective design and construct programme.

Designed to appeal to a diverse range of domestic and international students, Broad Construction created a quality asset of long-term value, and a vibrant and creative living environment for students.

RM Surveys provided construction and engineering services for the following works:

  • Repurposing the eight-storey former Telstra Perth headquarters to accommodate a mixture of restaurants, bars and retail on the ground level.
  • Construction of an additional four storeys.
  • Fit-out of the ‘Campus Perth’ accommodation concept to suit individual studios and two, four and six shared bedroom accommodation for approximately 700 students.
  • Fit-out of the ‘new-style hostel’ accommodation concept on L1 and L2, with dedicated entry off Stirling Street.
  • Development and fit-out of 3,600sqm of communal spaces, including a study zone, co-working and social spaces, fitness centre, rooftop terrace, screening rooms and gaming areas.

Source: Broad Construction

The $50 million-plus project, designed by Woods Bagot, will provide more than 700 student beds and offer a variety of food and beverage choices across the street level.

There are now four student accommodation projects proposed for the CBD by Stirling Capital, Devwest Group, and Brisbane-based Cedar Pacific and Blue Sky Real Estate.