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ACES Construction have been awarded a designand construct contract for the air conditioning for Northpoint Redevelopment at 100 Miller Street, North Sydney.
Northpoint Redevelopment consists of a new Hotel Tower, A Mini Major Supermarket, Speciality and Food Retail Area, Rooftop Bar and Restaurants.
ACES is a proud sponsor of Bay Babes
Bay Babes is a group of Sutherland Shire women and men raising money for Breast Cancer research. The group organise women, children and men from the Sutherland Shire to compete in the Mother’s Day Classic fun run/walk in the City. Money raised is donated to organisations that include the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Sutherland Hospital Oncology Unit, Jane McGrath Foundation and the Joanne Mackay Foundation. Bay Babes also help women in the local area who have been recently diagnosed with breast cancer.
Click here for more information on Bay Babes.
ACES awarded the maintenance contract for Ausgrid and Strathfield Plaza
Aces is proud to announce that they have just been awarded the maintenance contract for Ausgrid and for Strathfield Plaza. This is great news for the service team at ACES who pride themselves with customer focus. Both customers are existing clients that have expanded their portfolio of sites maintained by ACES to include the additional assets. It is a great reflection on the high standards that are currently being provided.
ACES Client Achieves 5 Star Energy Rating
ACES currently maintains the air-conditioning systems at their client site, Darling Park Office Tower 3, a 29,600 square metre building in Sussex Street, owned by GPT Wholesale Office Fund. As a result of the recent commissioning modifications and ongoing maintenance, Darling Park Tower 3 was awarded a five-star energy rating from NABERS. The NABERS OFFICE scheme is a national program that benchmarks the greenhouse performance of office buildings, to read more click here.
Darling Park Tower 3 is the first CBD building larger than 20,000 square metres to achieve this top rating using a variable air volume air-conditioning system without the assistance of green energy.
This outcome sets a benchmark for large buildings and is a major achievement for ACES. To read more, click here to see the article which appeared in the Australian Financial Review, Thursday 5 June 2008.
Donations for Late Special Rescue Paramedic
Special rescue paramedic Michael Wilson lost his life while rescuing an injured canyoner at Carrington Falls, south of Wollongong on Christmas Eve. Michael is survived by wife Kellie and children Eliza, Grace and Hugo. ACES together with its key suppliers have donated the supply and installation of a ducted reverse cycle Air conditioning unit. Additional to the above Bass Electrical a sister ARA Group Company has also donated the supply and installation of solar panels to the family home of the late Michael Wilson. Aces would like to thank Product, Temperzone, Actrol and Mitsubishi for their contributions and support in this worthy cause.
A Benefit dinner will be held in his honour all donations and ticket enquiries please contact Dawn McNeil at firstname.lastname@example.org
ACES have recently been awarded a contract to undertake a major refurbishment to Darling Park, Tower 1. The refurbishment will increase the Green Star rating of the building.
ACES Awarded National Contract
More congratulations for ACES. Further to the announcement in June, 2007 when ACES were awarded a long-term contract for the Citigroup building at 2 Park Street Sydney, Citigroup have just announced that ACES have been awarded a National Mechanical Services Agreement.
ACES will be responsible for all mechanical services for Citigroup buildings in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. This is a long term contract and is effective 1 October 2007.