The $100m Whyalla Secondary College project is an amalgamation of three existing high schools (Edward John Eyre High, Whyalla High and Stuart High) into on one learning centre. Built to educate 1,500 year 7-12 high school students, including 48 places for students with disabilities, construction incorporates the building of five multistorey and interconnecting buildings, in addition to a sports centre and performing arts theatre available for community use outside of school hours.
As a government funded project, the upgrade works fell under the realm of the Department of Infrastructure and Transport (DIT). This required project handover documentation to adhere to the Department’s stringent guidelines in order for practical completion to be sought and achieved. Dewick & Associates completed the Electrical Services O&M for Sturdie and the Fire Services O&M for RNW Fire Services in compliance with the requirements of DIT.
Electrical Services Contractor: Sturdie
Fire Services Contractor: RNW Fire Services