Project Description

Client:

West Australian Museum

Project Value:

$12 million

Project Design:

Peter Hunt Architect

Contractor:

BGC Construction

The National ANZAC Centre is an Interpretive Centre built to commemorate the centenary of the first and second convoy of ships taking Australian and New Zealand troops to Europe (ultimately Gallipoli) in the First World War. The centre includes memorabilia, stories of soldiers and nurses who left Albany in addition to in house and online information/interactive technology.

WTP provided cost planning of building works and integrated interpretive material, tender evaluation and progress claim assessment, variation recommendation and monthly financial reporting.