Chadstone Shopping Centre
A long association
Probuild has completed every major stage of expansion and redevelopment of Chadstone Shopping Centre since 1989, commencing there with Stage 5, and most recently completing Stage 33.
The award-winning $140M West Mall (Stage 33) redevelopment at Chadstone Shopping Centre is the largest single stage of work ever undertaken at the centre, and completes the creation of two levels of retail tenancies throughout the centre. It’s the first project to achieve a 5-Star Green Star rating under the Green Building Council of Australia’s formal retail rating tool, and has already achieved numerous local, national and international awards, including the 2010 Master Builders Association of Victoria’s Excellence in Construction of Commercial Buildings over $80M.
With a new lower ground and ground level mall, expanded retail training space, an extension of the existing south west multi-level car park, upgrades to existing services infrastructure and construction of a new lower level deliveries entry, the project saw 220 tenancy movements and an increase in the number of tenancies from 410 to 530. Completion was achieved in less than eighteen months in November 2009 and caps Probuild’s extraordinary relationship with Chadstone over 30 stages of development since 1989.
Colonial First State Global Asset Management and The Gandel Group
The Buchan Group in association with RTKL Los Angeles
MBAV 2000 Master Builder of the Year.
MBAV 2000 Excellence in Construction Award.
2000 International Shopping Centre Council Awards - The World's best Shopping Centre Refurbishment and Extension.
International Council of Shopping Centres 2001 Award, Best Renovation or Expansion of an Existing Shopping Centre
2001 Property Council
Master Builders Australia Inc Award for National Commercial Projects - Refurbishment/Fitout/Alterations
2008 MBAV Excellence in Construction Award
2009 International Council of Shopping Centres, Inc Gold Award Winner.
2010 MBAV Excellence in Construction Award for Commercial Projects over $80M