Monday, June 21, 2021

Amanda Fleming

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Pemulwuy – ‘Col would be truly proud’

In the lead up to Reconciliation Week, Aboriginal Housing Company (AHC) CEO Michael Mundine and General Manager Lani Tuitavake took Karine Shellshear on a tour of the student housing, named in honour of her late husband, which has underwritten the financing of the Pemulwuy Project.

Pemulwuy – new building manager onboard

Gadigal man Gary Ward – better known locally as “Gaz” – commenced his job as the Pemulwuy Project’s Building Manager in December 2020.

Pemulwuy – welcoming tenants

As we near completion of our affordable housing, landscaping and civil works teams have been busy installing new roads, paving and gardens.

Pemulwuy – just add people!

REDFERN: The Col James student accommodation reached a milestone this month as it “topped out”; construction of the top level of the 24 levels was completed.

Pemulwuy – hits the heights

REDFERN: The Col James student accommodation reached a milestone this month as it “topped out”; construction of the top level of the 24 levels was completed.

Pemulwuy – hands up to live there!

REDFERN: As promised the Aboriginal Housing Company is about to deliver affordable housing for our people first in the Pemulwuy Project.

Pemulwuy – making great strides

We have been very excited to the see the apartments and the gym space finally revealed as the external facades have been completed and the scaffolding has come down. Our affordable housing comprised of 26 apartments and 36 townhouses has been making great strides.

Pemulwuy – Elouera Tony Mundine Gym shapes up

The Pemulwuy Project's gym is shaping up – and the vision is to offer first-rate facilities and a welcoming, inclusive fitness environment for the community.

Pemulwuy – finishing affordable housing first

This article is sponsored by the Aboriginal Housing Company's Pemulwuy Project. Authorised by Michael Mundine, CEO, Aboriginal Housing Company Limited.  REDFERN: While the majority of...

Pemulwuy – project on the up and up!

As we move into the second month of 2020 we would like to acknowledge the work carried out over the holiday season on the Pemulwuy site. Formwork construction continued throughout December and January, which resulted in more levels going up on Precinct 1 and 3.

Pemulwuy – smooth moves by crews on site each day

Over the last few weeks the Aboriginal Housing Company has been excited to see work progressing well on the Pemulwuy Project site.

Pemulwuy – good progress with slabs, drainage and substation

Over the last few weeks the Aboriginal Housing Company has been excited to see work progressing well on the Pemulwuy Project site.

Pemulwuy – formwork completed for gym and gallery

Over the last few weeks the Aboriginal Housing Company has been excited to see work progressing well on the Pemulwuy Project site.

Pemulwuy – first pieces into place

Construction commenced on the Aboriginal Housing Company’s (AHC) Pemulwuy Project in March. The AHC team was excited to see two large cranes erected on site in July. The workers put the cranes together like a giant meccano set, and carefully manoeuvred the pieces into place.