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The Royal Edward Victualing Yard (REVY)

Updated: Aug 13, 2021

Client: Aqualand

Architect: PTW

Services provided: Pre-contract cost management

Project value: $65m

The Royal Edward Victualing Yard (REVY) was a government ship maintenance building built in 1912 on the Sydney Harbour foreshore. This presented its own unique challenges, in particular the construction of a complex 3 levels of basement in water-charged soil. The building has been transformed over a 2 year program to an iconic residential apartment development of 44 units with interiors by the internationally renowned Blainey North. Numerous design options were presented at the concept and feasibility stage with Early Contractor Involvement enabling us to settle on a design within the clients budget.



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