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“The projects we deliver reflect our drive for quality and innovation.”
Aaron Superina, Managing Director

Mount Gambier Prison

Outside Ideas has been awarded the structural concrete package for Mount Gambier Prison by Mossop Construction.  Building on from work completed by Outside Ideas in a redevelopment in 2015, the project includes steel fixing, formwork, and placing and finishing more than 2,200 cubic metres of concrete over six buildings. 

Port Pirie Sports Field

The Port Pirie Regional Council has awarded a sports field construction project to Outside Ideas.  Work is to commence in August 2017 and will include over 14,000 square metres of instant turf.

Design and construct win for the Riverbank lighting feature upgrade

Outside Ideas has been awarded the design and construct contract for Renewal SA for the Riverbank lighting feature.  Outside Ideas has engaged Cundall, a UK based consultancy firm with significant experience in public lighting.  Initial stages of the contract are for design only with workshops booked with key stakeholders from May 2017.

Outside Ideas to landscape Flinders Medical Centre

Hansen Yuncken has awarded Outside Ideas the $2.2 million contract for landscaping at the new Flinders Medical Centre as part of the Transforming Health redevelopment.  In a complex project which includes rooftop gardens and courtyards, Outside Ideas will use cranes to access most areas to deliver corten steel and GRC planters.  The scope includes decking and paving on pedestals, using coloured glazed bricks on planter boxes as well as soft landscaping on the ground...

The City of Onkaparinga awards Outside Ideas Aldinga Main Street

Outside Ideas will commence work on site in July for a $3 million street upgrade for The City of Onkaparinga in Aldinga.  The project includes a significant stormwater upgrade, concrete kerbing and paths as well as asphalt pavement and landscaping.  A critical component to our submission was staging and traffic management which will ensure as little disruption to the community as possible.  The project is due for completion in late 2017.