Four contracts to build new homes in Northam, Bakers Hill and Wundowie have been awarded to locally based builder Spadaccini Constructions.
Housing and Works Minister Francis Logan said today the contracts were worth more than $2.4million.
Mr Logan said Spadaccini Constructions had submitted the winning bid of $1,126,000 to construct four four-bedroom, single detached houses and two three-bedroom duplexes in Northam.
Houses will be built on Lot 17 Clarke Street, Lot 37 Withnell Street and Lots 36 and 49 Gairdner Street, to accommodate individual families. They are part of the State Government’s Regional Upgrade Strategy, where old homes are demolished or sold and replaced with new accommodation.
The duplex units will be built on Lot 16 Newcastle Street and will be allocated to individual families.
Work is expected to be completed by May, 2006. The architect is Roland McCallum.
Spadaccini Constructions also submitted the winning bid of $202,500 to construct a five-bedroom house for family accommodation on Lot 202 Atkinson Street in Northam. The architect is Franco Carozzi Architects and work should be completed April next year.
The same architects have been employed in Bakers Hill, where Spadaccini Constructions will build two three-bedroom duplexes at Lot 274 St George Street for $370,000. The completion date is April, 2006.
Spadaccini Constructions was also successful in winning the contract for the construction of four three-bedroom duplexes at Lots 65 and 74 Hovea Crescent, Wundowie. Their successful bid was $717,000.00. The architect is Franco Carozzi Architects and completion is scheduled for April, 2006.
The new housing in Bakers Hill and Wundowie is also part of the Regional Upgrade Strategy and will also be allocated to individual families.
Minister's office: 9222 8950