With construction ahead of schedule, Beulah’s Provenance Camberwell project has made excellent progress despite continuous lockdowns. The $30 million project topped out at the end of August 2021, with sights set on an Autumn 2022 completion.
The 12 residences set over three levels in the suburb of Camberwell are designed by Elenberg Fraser, and represent a groundbreaking new format for residential living.
Beulah’s Executive Director, Adelene Teh said the progress made by builder Iurada Property Group has been a big feat during challenging times in Melbourne 2021, with the project team working together to operate safely and efficiently to move the project forward ahead of schedule.
“As the site begins to take shape with the topping out of the structure, it provides a real sense of the scale and form of Provenance,” said Teh.
lurada Director, Benjamin Iurada, said that despite a number of Covid-related logistical challenges, Provenance Camberwell remains on track and has experienced minimal delays. The impact of the pandemic on construction was minimised through effective project management.
“We are in strict compliance with government regulations to ensure a safe, productive environment. We use online OHS systems, allowing workers to do morning inductions prior to coming to site, which helps with social distancing. We communicate internally, and collaborate externally with the client and design teams to continue moving the project forward.”
While lurada looks forward to eventual in-person on-site meetings with the project control team, the process of finalising designs has been just as collaborative remotely.
“We are fortunate and grateful that the industry has been able to remain open, albeit at a reduced capacity lately, which allows our team to continue to strive towards delivering an excellent, quality development.”
Beyond revolutionising apartment living and providing a verdant oasis, Provenance Camberwell plays a pivotal role in revitalising Melbourne’s property market in its post-pandemic recovery.
“At its peak, this project will have approximately 50 people involved day-to-day. However in its overall construction, Provenance will bring together more than 100 employees across management, administration, planning, finance and specialised tradespeople on site,” said lurada.