State GovernmentMunster, WA
Ongoing Scheduled Property Maintenance
The Woodman Point site, 10 kilometres south of Fremantle, was first used in 1886 as a quarantine station for the Port of Fremantle before becoming a coastal recreational camp in 1982. Due to its historical significance, the National Trust protects the buildings and the site itself.
We are required to complete ongoing maintenance painting of various building exteriors, including weatherboard cottages.
Sensitive treatment is required, given the age of the buildings. Additionally, the buildings’ exteriors are exposed to saltwater residue from the Indian Ocean and also have to withstand Western Australia’s coastal weather patterns.
These scheduled works rely heavily on specific dates, as the facility is booked months in advance. We comply with tight timelines for completion of works and are able to accommodate the multiple dates set over several months.
The client is very satisfied with our work, and our high standards and reliability have been key factors in being invited back year after year.