Street alley in Fremantle turned into a vibrant food hub to service 12 outlets
Aurora Project Group, along with Cablewise Electrical, worked together on the FOMO street alley project on behalf of Sirona Capital to deliver a vibrant street alley food hub. This project spanned approximately 1500 square metres and was purpose-built to service multiple tenants across 12 different outlets.
The brief was to deliver a unique project in a recently refurbished existing building, in the heart of Fremantle. Creating an engaging space that would become a vibrant and multicultural meeting place was essential. The project team were entrusted by the service consultants at Floth as well as the designers at Work Shop Dine, to deliver on this vision.
Cablewise Electrical’s experience in hospitality delivering projects like the Subiaco Hotel, The Royal Hotel, Bar Rogue and Samuels Bar and Grill made them uniquely suited with the experience and knowledge to execute this project and ensure seamless delivery.
How did Cablewise Electrical approach the challenge?
Cablewise Electrical’s fully digital and paperless project management system meant that client and designer changes were delivered to the onsite project team in near real-time. Reworks were minimised in this way and the challenges presented by existing building conditions were negated due to the flexible and timely approach to the delivery of the work.
Technical services provided by Cablewise Electrical
- Coordinated services are organised within each of the commercial kitchens to comply with Health Department requirements
- NBN services management is accessible to each tenancy
- Modifications were made to electric, water and gas monitored metering systems
- Simple electrical and lighting control systems are separate for each tenancy for ease of use for the outlet operators