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Alita Constructions win MBAWA Award for Best Office Building

Alita Constructions; Best Office Building Award

Alita Constructions were awarded the Best Office Building, $5-10 million range for the Peel Youth Medical Services Health Hub at the 2019 Master Builders-Bankwest Excellence in Construction Awards on Saturday the 20th of July.

To be acknowledged for the high quality of work on this project, is really a reflection of the hard work the Alita Team put in to the build. We would like to thank all of the consultants, subcontractors and suppliers involved, as well as Mulder Kampman Design for their contribution to this project for the City of Mandurah. Lastly we would like to thank GP Down South, particularly Eleanor Britton and Amanda Poller for entrusting us with this project and for being such a pleasure to deal with.

The Peel Youth Medical Services Health Hub is a 2,503m2 state of the art facility providing support for young people dealing with mental health issues. Read more here.

Alita Constructions win MBAWA Award for Best Office Building

Left to right: Steve Montgomery, Bernard van Ryssen, Emily Swarts, Matt Kleyn, Mark Bruning, Rita Kleyn, Alastair Kleyn, Ian French, Eleanor Britton (Client), Maurice Bruning, Ed Bruning and John Swarts.

Alastair Kleyn Director of Alita Constructions and Wife Rita, holding the Best Office Building Award from the MBAWA
Alastair Kleyn, Director of Alita Constructions, and Wife, Rita Kleyn

Bernard van Ryssen and Wife
Bernard van Ryssen and Wife

Ed Bruning and Wife
Ed Bruning and Wife

The Alita Team and Partners at the Master Builders Association awards night
The Alita Team and Partners at the Master Builders Association Bankwest Excellence in Construction Awards night

Ian French with the Award
Ian French

Emily Swarts and Partner
Emily Swarts and Partner

Mark Bruning and Wife
Mark Bruning and Wife

Matt Kleyn and partner
Matt Kleyn and partner

Steve Montgomery and Partner
Steve Montgomery and Partner

What is Industrial Construction

What is Industrial Construction

Construction cannot be limited or defined to merely just the act or process of building; it can be further categorised according to the types of buildings being constructed. The differentiation between each building comes when considering the purpose of that building. For example, you have residential construction, commercial construction and industrial construction services. Admittedly, commercial and industrial design and construction are similar and cater to organisations as opposed to individuals but a distinction can be drawn between the two on the basis of the scale of operations conducted. Read on to find out more information revolving around what it means to be an industrial construction company.

What is Industrial Construction?

Industrial construction is the construction of premises used for manufacturing, such as processing plants and factories. It pays close attention to the structural integrity of the project as well as the intricate parts and details needed to ensure the building facility is perfectly suited for hosting the operations intended. This specific type of construction demands a high level of understanding the business needs.

Who Leads the Way in Industrial Design and Construction?

Due to the sheer scale of these projects, a high level of expertise is required to ensure it is successfully completed. These design and construction capabilities are vital components that ensure structural integrity and functional capacity across every facet of the building project.

  • The construction process

A departure from traditional construction processes means that now instead of relying on an independent design team you can engage an industrial construction company for the whole process from design to build. This means you can oversee the timelines and schedule while you secure all the necessary services from one provider for a lower cost, and less time and resources.

  • Compliance

Ensuring that you build within the confines of legislation and with the necessary permissions is of the utmost importance. A thorough understanding of government regulation which spans site selection, to environmental impact and land use is required. Partnering with a contractor who has operated in the industry with various clients is also an effective way to avoid any complications and the delay of your construction project’s completion.

Alita Construction is a full-service industrial company offering not only construction but industrial design and construction too. Contact us today to find out more or to secure the services of a team proven professionals.

Building a New School

Building a New School

After consultation and discussion, you’ve decided that you are going to start a new school construction project to enhance the current teaching and learning experience while also accommodating the varying needs of all the learners. The key process of building a new school is making effective use of all available resources.

What to keep in mind when choosing your contractor

* Cost of building a school

The cost of building a school is of paramount importance because your stakeholders will want to see a return on their investment and growth in the potential for the future. It is also why it is vital that your stakeholders be involved in the planning and design process so that the outcome matches expectation.

* Technological capacity

The advancement of technology has endowed construction companies with incredible scope for flexibility from the choice of materials right down to the method of construction. Technology provides you with the opportunity to build a new school that caters to the future of education and the changes in the curriculum.

* Longevity

We often take durability for granted because most buildings are durable. However, there are varying degrees of longevity which are influenced by the materials and design. The cost incurred in choosing the right materials for your school construction can offset future maintenance costs.

* Health and safety

When building a new school, it is imperative that health and safety be included in the design of the building. Whether it’s teachers, parents, visitors or learners, the environment and security, it must be optimised. The design and build of your school should include energy efficiency, acoustics and the fundamental requirements for a function learning environment.

* Maintenance

Maintenance is of utmost importance when choosing the materials and design to incorporate into building your new school.

By incorporating poor design methods, you could incur unnecessary maintenance, renovation and labour costs.

* Scalability

Just as you came upon the need to take on school construction, you could very well reach a point in the future where expansion is deemed necessary. Where possible, your contractor should be able to build to allow for possible future development.

* Trust a proven track record

It can be difficult to always rely on the words of a contractor for an indication of quality. It’s always recommended to ask for past projects and references to use as a benchmark of the service you can hope to receive.

Alita Construction has years of experience and scores of successful school construction projects under its belt. For quality construction and expert advice, contact us today

Building a church

Building a Church

Building a church is a particularly challenging undertaking because the importance of a budget is arguably more prominent in this construction case than most other cases. Funding is the main reason why a budget is necessary for church construction, and it would be frowned upon to return to the congregation to ask for further funding.

Furthermore, a church from a functional standpoint has to be able to comfortably seat a congregation, allowing for the effortless entry and exit of members. It also needs to be aesthetically pleasing and support acoustics effectively. Read on to discover essential considerations to take into account to ensure that you accomplish cost-effective church construction.

Cost-effective church construction & making sure it all adds up

Whether you are looking to construct a modern church building or a more traditional church building, the costs should undoubtedly be something kept top of mind – reiterating the importance of having a plan and being able to communicate that plan. Doing so ensures an agreement is made on how best to complete the project within budget and the predetermined timelines. The following hard, soft and FFE costs should be listed:

*Professional services and permits

* Construction costs

* Furniture, fixtures and equipment

It is commonplace and best practice to ensure that the soft (professional services, and more.) and furniture, fittings and equipment costs are estimated before.

Cost and quality aren’t always in agreement

When committing to a contract with your contractor always keep in mind that cheaper isn’t always better. This short-term view of construction might result in a completed project sooner than later. However, by opting solely for less money, you could incur additional costs through exorbitant maintenance and renovation fees in the future.

Function & purpose

Function and purpose should be included in the planning process, as the design of the church in question will influence the location and cost of church construction. When talking to the congregation, there should be agreement on the needs of the church to accommodate existing and future members. You should ensure the aesthetics and acoustics are consistent with the requirements of your members not to compromise the sermons and services.

Material

The choice of material will not only influence the cost but will speak to the design and longevity of the church too. The overall structure of the building should be considered first, such as tilt panel church designs, and also the detailing such as external cladding and features, and internal fit out. Material choices for a building a church are essential for the durability of the building, overall aesthetics and budget constraints.

For more information on how best to go about building a church that caters to your specific needs, get in touch with our team of experts today.

Panel Pour at Kingdomcity Mandurah - Church Construction by Perth Builder Alita Constructions

Cost of Warehouse Construction

Your warehouse is designed to help your business store inventory, build its brand, reach a new market, as well as grow and meet the needs of your customers in the most efficient manner possible. However, while it is designed to help you generate more revenue revenues and improve as a whole; the cost of warehouse construction is something you will want to take into account before committing to new warehouse construction.

There are various factors and warehouse construction details to take into consideration to ensure the final product is worthy of the capital investment you will make. Read on to find out more so that you make the right decision for your organisation’s expansion and your bottom line.

To extend or build new

There are often two sides to every decision, namely whether to proceed or not but in the case of increasing warehouse capacity, there are three options: to build a new warehouse, not to build a new warehouse or to extend an existing warehouse. It is not a decision that can just be taken at face value and requires more thought than what is costlier between new warehouse construction and the cost of warehouse extension construction. In this next section, we’ll tackle some of the most critical issues to keep top of mind during the decision-making process.

Making the right decision for increasing your warehouse capacity

The following should be at the forefront of your thoughts when contemplating new warehouse construction:

Your business needs

There should be hard evidence to justify the capital investment of expansion. This means it should be clear that the needs of the organisation and its ability to complete its objectives are reliant upon the new build or extension. If there is no excessive current or projected demand to warrant the additional space for a new warehouse, then an extension might help satisfy the needs of the market without wasting space and incurring unnecessary costs. Alternatively, if an extension is still short of the capacity required to fulfil the growing requirements of the market, you could be losing out on valuable business and losing out on available market share.

Location

When considering the construction of a new warehouse location is a critical factor to take into account. The proximity of your warehouse to distribution channels and your customers is equally as important as ensuring the best candidates to man the warehouse can commute with relative ease to ensure warehouse efficiency and staff retention. Furthermore, securing the necessary permit for construction will also require essential insights about your chosen location as some areas will be easier than others.

Equipment

Equipment and warehouses go hand in hand. It will be essential to take into consideration what kind of equipment will be needed for your new warehouse as this will influence design. In addition, as is always the case equipment will eventually require maintenance and proximity to qualified technicians will help minimise any downtime.

Client preferences

The decision to take on industrial warehouse construction shouldn’t compromise the service and relationship that already exists with your current customers. Reassuring your clients that they can expect the same high level of service will reduce the likelihood of them switching to or making use of other suppliers.

Costs

The complexity of the design largely influences the cost of warehouse construction. The material selections and the selection of final fixtures and fittings also impact on the cost of the warehouse construction to a large degree. The design needs to be controlled if the cost of the warehouse construction is to be kept to a minimum. This will require cost controls applied by a quantity surveyor or engage a commercial builder in working in with the design team to analyse the cost of the concept design and the preliminary design.

It is also essential to review costs differences of methods of construction and their durability over time versus the cost to determine the value for money. For example, a tilt-up panel concrete warehouse construction will be a durable, long lasting solution that will provide value for money.

Get the clarity you need from the experts you can trust

Alita Construction has been a mainstay in the construction industry for years because of the high standards we offer and our ability to deliver to specification. If you’re looking for commercial building expertise or advice, get in touch with our team today.

 

What is commercial design

What is Commercial Design

Commercial Business Design

Commercial business design is an exercise in balance. The balance that design seeks to achieve is made possible by the manipulation of two primary concepts, namely function and form (or aesthetics). When these two concepts come together, with the needs of each being satisfied in perfect harmony, the result is a design that is functional and impressive. If you are of the opinion that this unique impact is only reserved for the design stylings of the residential market, you’d be mistaken.

Design brilliance can be achieved both in commercial design just as it possible in a residential setting. In fact, in recent times, commercial design has provided a more compelling canvas by abandoning previously held notions of what a retail space should offer. Today, there is greater convergence between residential and commercial building design.

Does design matter?

While the exterior architecture of any building shows the experience, it’s the interior that either amplifies or detracts from the experience consumed. For example, a 3-storey home with a beautiful outside finish may attract attention, but it’s the inside of the house that matters the most – being your living space and where you experience your home more. The same notion holds for commercial building design. Whether you’re a client or an employee, stakeholders connect with the business by what happens within the four walls of the premises.

The purpose of commercial buildings

The purpose of a commercial building should be the overall guiding principle behind the decision taken for a particular commercial property design. The primary goal of any commercial building is to optimise a business’ ability to turn a profit, taking into account factors that relate to each stakeholder group’s needs such as workflow process, aesthetics, comfort and physical space.

What is commercial design?

Commercial design is a design process carried out by an architect or a building designer with expertise in the infrastructure of buildings that are made specifically for businesses while observing the rules and legislation outlined by the Building Code of Australia, Australian Standards and Local Authority requirements.

Priority is placed on the structural integrity of the building and its functionality due to the nature of commercial property design. Although secondary, the following are important considerations to note as they are visual and tangible cues that speak to the brand of the business:

*Colours

* Textures

* Tones

* Fittings

* Furniture

Every detail incorporated in design is intentional and serves the overall purpose of furthering the company’s ability to achieve its specific business objectives.

Don’t leave your business success to chance

The design chosen for your business is not an only capital investment but an investment into its ability to make an impressive and lasting impression on first premise visitors. This is a unique opportunity to occupy a place in the mind of your walk-in clients and should not be taken for granted. Taking the time to secure the service of experts is always highly recommended.

Alita Constructions are leading commercial builders in Perth with a track record of excellence. For a return on investment on your commercial design, get in touch with us today.

Alita Constructions October 2018 Newsletter - Commercial Construction News

Alita Constructions October Newsletter

View our October 2018 Newsletter here to read about the latest news from the Alita team.

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PYMS and Alita Constructions News Update

Peel Youth Medical Services News

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19/06/2018

The BubbleDeck suspended slab is currently being installed at the PYMS project for the City of Mandurah and GP Down South.
BubbleDeck is a precast concrete floor system which makes floor slabs lighter and stronger by incorporating large, hollow plastic balls in a lattice of steel. With 1kg of recycled plastic replacing 100kg of concrete, it is a low cost and sustainable solution!
Bubbledeck at PYMS by Alita Constructions

 

 

 

 

 

 

28/02/2018

The civil stormwater has been completed using Eco Aid storm tanks (pic below) to provide storage capacity and the hydraulic in-grounds and pre-lays are nearing completion.

Going forward; there will be bulk import of fill to bring the site up to design level and then the detailed excavation of the lift pit and footings will commence.

The project is being built on the town’s old tip which was closed in the early 60’s. The challenge for Alita has been ensuring the design accounts for any future potential movement. Alita have achieved this by providing alternative engineered solutions for the building’s substructure.PYMS - Eco Aid storm tank installation by Alita Constructions

 

Wednesday 3rd of October 2018

It was a privilege to show Federal Minister for Health – Greg Hunt, the building progress on the Peel Youth Medical Services building, alongside Andrew Hastie and Eleanor Britton.

Andrew Hastie, the Federal Member for Canning and part of the 2015 Canning Ice Action Group identified huge potential in GP Down South’s dream of building a dedicated facility to support youth mental health and tackle drug and alcohol abuse in the Peel region.

 

See more about the Peel Youth Medical Services Project here.

 

Alastair Kleyn, Director of Alita Constructions at the Alita Constructions Showcase Event 11/10/2018

Alita Constructions showcase

In partnership with Business Armadale, we recently held a showcase event at our Award Winning Project – Rossiter Pavilion & Playing Field!

The night included insightful speeches about the economic and business growth in the Forrestdale Business Park and City of Armadale from;

  • Simon Lenton from the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority,
  • Paul Sanders from the City of Armadale, and
  • Local Forrestdale Business Park Business owner Paul Harrison from Beaver Tree Services

Alastair also talked about the importance of community and how we need each other to make change and to grow.

The event was a great opportunity to network with those within the community of the City of Armadale and more specifically within the Forrestdale Business Park.

A huge thank you to the door prize sponsors; Polguern Estate, Benchmark Business Works, Grand Cinemas Armadale and Daly and Shaw Buildings.  

 

Simon Lenton at the Alita Constructions Showcase Event 11/10/2018  Alita Constructions Showcase Event 11/10/2018 Alastair Kleyn, Director of Alita Constructions at the Alita Constructions Showcase Event 11/10/2018  Alita Constructions Showcase Event 11/10/2018

 

National Tradies Month -Alita values their tradies

Tradies National Health Month

Did you know?

According to the latest work health and safety statistics, tradies make up almost one-third of Australia’s workforce, but they represent over half of the country’s serious workers’ compensation claims. As a builder engaging over two hundred subcontractors we find this statistic alarming.

August is Tradies National Health Month and we encourage everyone to take the time to focus on educating and engaging tradies on the importance of full body health and safety.

Here are some of our valued subcontractors’ tradies enjoying a BBQ lunch courtesy of Alita Constructions at the Peel Youth Medical Services Health Hub for the City of Mandurah project.

 

National Tradies Month  -Alita values their tradies

The West Australian

Change is necessary: Builder supports contractors

The linked article was published in The West Australian last week and we feel the need to comment.

While we don’t necessarily agree with everything said in the article, as a builder engaging over two hundred contractors, we do agree with a lot of what has been stated by the anonymous subcontractor. The current system does not provide much protection for the subcontractors to receive payment on time or at all. Too often we see Builders go into administration, leaving many contractors out of pocket due to outstanding invoices. Sadly many good contractors also then need to shut their doors as they cannot trade their way out of the unpaid invoices from the Builder who went into administration. This has a negative effect on the industry because it removes some really good contractors from the market (not to mention the emotional toll it takes on people losing everything from ‘no fault of their own’). It also discourages the good contractors to start their own business due to the many risks of not getting paid on time or at all.

We also agree that the current system allows builders to take advantage of contractors too easily by not paying them on time due to various reasons. Unfortunately, we see this happening far too often in the industry. Alita Constructions’ has a strong belief that trades who fulfill their contract correctly deserve to be paid in full and on time. We have a strong moral and ethical stance on how we treat our subbies as we all know in a lot of ways that we are only as good as our trades and like everyone in the workplace, they deserve to be treated fairly.

Therefore, we generally don’t have retentions (unless the head contract asks for it) and we pay trades on time.

We believe change is certainly needed for the benefit of both builders and contractors. We think something like a Project Specific Fund Account should be looked at as a serious way forward as this will guarantee both the Builder and Contractor getting paid if they fulfill their contract correctly. As mentioned in the article, insurance schemes could also be another option but either way, let’s continue the discussion so hopefully, with enough momentum, we can see some changes in the near future for the better of WA families in the construction industry.

https://thewest.com.au/business/commercial-property/if-only-they-knew-how-tough-it-was-a-subcontractors-story-ng-b88904303z?utm_campaign=share-icons&utm_source=clipboard&utm_medium=clipboard&tid=1532527141059

Award winning team at Alita Constructions - 2018 winner of the Best Public Use Building in the Category $5-$10 million range

Alita Constructions wins MBAWA Award

Alita Constructions were awarded the Best Public Use Building in the Category $5-$10 million range for the Rossiter Pavilion & Playing Field at the prestigious Master Builders – Bankwest Excellence in Construction Awards on Saturday 21st July 2018.

We would like to thank all of the consultants, subcontractors and suppliers involved,  as well as Fratelle Group for their amazing contribution to this project for the Armadale community. Lastly we would like to thank City of Armadale, particularly Andrew Barnett for entrusting us with this project and for being such a pleasure to deal with.  

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Award winning team at Alita Constructions - 2018 winner of the Best Public Use Building in the Category $5-$10 million range

Award winning team at Alita Constructions - 2018 winner of the Best Public Use Building in the Category $5-$10 million range
Alastair Kleyn, Director at Alita Constructions - 2018 winner of the Best Public Use Building in the Category $5-$10 million range
Alastair Kleyn, Director at Alita Constructions - 2018 winner of the Best Public Use Building in the Category $5-$10 million range Alita Constructions - 2018 winner of the Best Public Use Building in the Category $5-$10 million range

The Peel Youth Medical Services Health Hub project Sod Ceremony

The Peel Youth Medical Services Health Hub

Alita Constructions is proud to announce our partnership with Peake Consultants and the City of Mandurah to construct the Peel Youth Medical Services Health Hub.

Alastair Kleyn and Mark Bruning joined Federal and State MP’s and Dignitaries last Friday at the sod turning ceremony on site to signify the beginning of the construction phase.

(From L to R: Ann Fletcher-Chair Peel Health Foundation, Marina Vergone – Mayor of Mandurah, Andrew Hastie – Federal Member for Canning,  Hon David Templeman- Minister for Local Government & Member for Mandurah, Robyn Clarke- Member for Murray Wellington, Eleanor Britton – Business Development Manager, GP Down South,  Amanda Poller- CEO, GP Down South.)

The Peel Youth Medical Services Health Hub project Sod Ceremony The Peel Youth Medical Services Health Hub project Sod Ceremony

This building will allow for all of the services for young people located in Mandurah to be brought together in the new building to help tackle the increasing drugs, alcohol and mental health issues in the Peel region. Andrew Hastie, alongside GP Down South Business Development Manager, Eleanor Britton and various local service providers have worked hard to make this a reality since the by-election in September 2015.

The hub includes at least 60 consulting rooms, two training rooms and five waiting areas along with two reception areas.

The Peel Youth Medical Services Health Hub project is jointly funded by the Federal Coalition Government ($2,000,000), the Western Australian Government ($4,995,000), Lotterywest ($1,870,000), the Peel Health Foundation ($250,000), and Growing Our South Administration Fund ($78,000).

We look forward to keeping you updated on the progress of the build.

The Peel Youth Medical Services Health Hub project Sod Ceremony The Peel Youth Medical Services Health Hub project Sod Ceremony

 

 

Related Press on the Peel Youth Medical Services Health Hub

https://www.andrewhastie.com.au/content/health-hub-becomes-reality

https://www.mediastatements.wa.gov.au/Pages/McGowan/2017/10/Joint-media-statement-First-sod-turned-on-Peel-Youth-Medical-Services-Health-Hub.aspx

https://www.coastlive.com.au/news/local-news/construction-starts-on-peel-youth-health-hub/

 

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Alita Constructions completes quality project

Alita Constructions is pleased to announce the completion of another quality project. The Vincentian Retreat Centre, Karrakup. 

This single storey brick and timber truss roof building consists of a 600m² retreat centre with 22 rooms and adjoining ensuites and also a separate 83m² conference room.

 

 

See more of our completed and current projects.

 

Alita Constructions supports Pindari Restoration House for Men.

Alita Constructions supports Pindari Restoration House for Men.

Alita Constructions is a proud supporter of Pindari Restoration House for Men.

This not-for profit organisation offers a long-term residence program, usually lasting 12 months, helping men who themselves are ready and determined to end their endless cycles of addiction, homelessness, poverty, irresponsibility, chronic anxiety and other dysfunctional behaviours.

Head over to Pindari Restoration House for Men to find out more about this great organisation.

 

Alita Constructions, Station Sponsor of 98.5fm

Alita Constructions on 98.5fm

Did you know Alita Constructions is currently a station sponsor on 98.5fm?  

Make sure you tune in to hear our radio ad.

 

Unwavering commitment. Honest. Understanding. On budget and on time.

These are just some of the great things Alita Constructions’ clients have said about them.

Station sponsor, Alita Constructions, are Christian-owned, and having worked with many churches, respect what is needed in a place of worship, and will ensure that your church or commercial building, is built to the highest level of excellence.

Alita Constructions bowls over club construction

Alita Constructions bowls over club construction

Read, Alastair Kleyn’s, the Director of Alita Constructions, interview with Amy Blom, from the Serpentine / Jarrahdale Examiner, regarding the “home stretch” of Byford & Districts Country Club Project.

 

Alita Constructions bowls over club construction

The entrance of The Rocks Church, Cannington. Photo Courtesy of THE ROCKS Facebook page.

Alita Constructions completes another quality project, The Rocks Church, Cannington.

Alita Constructions completes another quality project, The Rocks Church, Cannington.

 

Alita Constructions is pleased to announce the completion of another commercial building quality project, The Rocks Church, Cannington. This large church has an approximate 1400m2 large auditorium that can seat 500 people, a 3220L baptismal bath, 3 proposed offices, large seminar room, large timber stage and a parents room. The project was completed on time, allowing the Church to hold their first worship experience last Sunday. (more photos to come)

 

The entrance of The Rocks Church, Cannington. Photo Courtesy of THE ROCKS Facebook page. The pathway to The Rocks Church in Cannington

 

Check out THE ROCKS Facebook page to see more photos.

 

 

 

New Team Member

New Team Member

Alita Constructions would like to welcome Bernard van Ryssen to the Alita Team. Bernard is a welcomed addition to the contracts administration team and we look forward to utilising his experience.

Pindari Restoration House. Residency-based mentoring and restoration. Providing hope for men who need help to work through life dominating issues (such as addiction, rejection, grief, homelessness, etc) that are affecting relationships, work life and the ability to live a balanced and constructive life.

Pindari Restoration House Facebook Page

Alita Constructions would like to share the Pindari Restoration House Facebook page with you. Pindari Restoration House is not only a service Alastair Kleyn (the Director of Alita Constructions) is the vice-chairman of, but is a passion that he and Tim deVos (Pindari Restoration House Manager) have had for over 5 years. Pindari Restoration House is a not-for-profit service provider committed to helping men in need live the solution to fullness of life.

Pindari Restoration House is opening in 2016 and is located within the City of Armadale.

Please support us and “like” this Facebook page, so we can share developments with you.

 

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Alita Constructions’ 2015 End of Year Celebration

December the 5th, 2015, Alita Constructions celebrated their end of the year celebration at The Elizabethan Village Pub.

The afternoon was filled with delicious food, giant jenga, quoits and most importantly, fun and laughter. 

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New website launch

We are very excited about the launch of our new website, which you are now viewing.

Our website’s fresh new look, user-friendly navigation and mobile friendly optimisation are some of the features you will enjoy. The new site has easy to find subtabs taking you right to the updated information about Alita Constructions and our services. One of our main goals was to build a mobile-friendly and simple to navigate site. The new design allows the users to quickly find the content they require thanks to its easy hierarchical structure. We hope that you will enjoy browsing our new site and find more options and information each time.

We invite you to explore the site, and remind you to also stay in touch via Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+ and YouTube.


For support questions, contact Sarah at sarah@alitaconstructions.com.au or on 9498 1766