Grenfell Street & Rundle Place

PSG awarded the 80 Grenfell Street office development and Rundle Place Retail development projects in June 2012, with a combined value of more than $10m21 Rundle Place

PSG was awarded the 80 Grenfell Street office development and Rundle Place Retail development projects in June 2012, with a combined value of more than $10m. PSG was also awarded the integrated fit-out as a variation to the base building contract of the Grenfell Street office development in September 2012, to be carried out in conjunction with the base building works.

The Grenfell Street Office development project consists of an $80m office tower to be built above the Rundle Place retail podium providing a corporate head office for the Bank of Bendigo and Adelaide Bank. The office tower will consist of approximately 28,000sqm of gross floor A-grade office accommodation consisting of ground entry level, levels 4-14 office accommodation and level 15 plant and service areas.

Hamer Hall Concert Venue

PSG completed an electrical and communications package as part of the Hamer Hall redevelopment11 hamer3

In July 2012, PSG completed an electrical and communications package as part of the Hamer Hall redevelopment. This concert venue was formerly known as Melbourne Concert Hall, renamed in honour of Sir Rupert Hamer, a former premier of Victoria who passed away in 2004. Working in conjunction with the head contractor Baulderstone, PSG delivered a multimillion dollar package comprised of a low voltage installation and communications and security works, the manufacture of switchboards, lighting control and CBUS configuration, and a high voltage upgrade.

370 Degree Apprentice Awards

360awards

Brendan McKee and James McKenzie receive their awards

Awards excellent for two of our apprentices at this year’s 370 degree awards

​370° group held their annual Excellence Awards on Friday 12 October 2012 at Etihad Stadium. The Awards recognised the achievements of VCAL students, pre-apprentices, apprentices, trainees and host employers.

Safe Hands of PSG

As part of PSG’s commitment to safety and in the pursuit of industry-best safety practice, PSG teamed with The Jonah Group, world PSG-safety-badgeleaders in safety culture and leadership development, to improve our approach to safety. This collaborative method, coupled with commitment and support from our leadership team and our workforce, has seen a shift in attitude towards safety culture, evident in the reduction of PSG’s LTI frequency rate to 1.4 – a considerable achievement and an industry leading standard.

By ‘dissecting’ our business and confronting and understanding the existing attitudes and beliefs of our staff and our leadership team, PSG has addressed its obstacles, amended internal procedures and empowered each individual to be responsible for safety and the welfare of others.