December 7, 2018

We are pleased to announce that Joe Monaco has joined the Maben Group team.

Joe was a joint founding Director of Monaco Hickey in 1994, where for over that time he delivered a vast range of projects within the Pharmaceutical, Education & Research, Health & Aged Care and Commercial sectors. Joe has more than 37 years of industry experience including 20 years with Monaco Hickey – his experience is a great asset to Maben Group.

Welcome aboard, Joe!



Last week the Albert Street team completed the lift over run and crane base pour.

Upcoming works include the digging of footings, loading out of dirt and rock from site, pouring of the lift over run walls and tower crane installation.






Maben Group are pleased to announce that we have been appointed the preferred contractor for 7 Ormond Boulevard, University Hill.

Works for the project include:

– 2 storey, 4320 sqm office building with 124 secure carparks
– Double height glazed atriums with feature stairs
– Spacious entrance lobbies with high spec finishes
– Expansive glazing
– Feature façade with accent LED Signage Fins
– Secure bike parking within the carpark

Maben Group are looking forward to working closely with MAB Corporation and Watson Young Architects once again.









Concrete pours, precast installation, steel erection – it’s been a busy few weeks at Craigieburn Junction Retail.

The last concrete pour to Building A2 is now complete, closing out all remaining suspended slab pours.

And the final precast element was installed last week.

Total element count reaching 516! Well done team.

Click on this link for a 360 view of the project in its entirety!!

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Maben and all the subcontractors are continuing their momentum on-site and working hard in the lead up to the end of the year.

The Pacific Epping new mall entry has been constructed with the ground slab poured, precast erected, first floor slab poured and structural steel erected all in the past few weeks.

The façade cladding is well underway around the new gym tenancy on the ground level.

On level 1, the new childcare tenancy is progressing well with aluminium window and doors frames installed and plaster currently going up on walls. The external concrete planters have been poured for the childcare outdoor area.

Aldi is complete and back open for trade.







Following the pulverisation of the asphalt, the subgrade has been stripped back to the capping layer and re-compacted prior to having 1900 cubic metres brought into site to build up to the correct levels ready for footings.

Footings, including the internal inground services are now complete.







The Hillsong Church project at Knoxfield is now approaching completion.

Most trades have completed their works and commissioning of services has commenced. Externally signage is being installed, landscaping has been completed and car parks are ready to use.

Internally touch up painting is underway with fit off of most trades well over 95% complete.

Joinery is being loaded in and bench tops installed.

Carpet and vinyl flooring is well advanced with only sealed concrete floors as a finishing touch.







Craigieburn Junction is on its way up!

Building D Level 1 Slab is now complete, and scaffold & formwork to pour 1 on level 2 nearing completion.

Building A2 Level 1 Pour 1 is finished with pour 2 now ready to go.

Ground floor precast panels have been installed to all buildings.

And roofing is complete to Buildings A1 & A2 Stage 1.






Works have begun on site at the new Holden Dealership at Essendon Fields.

The existing airside pavements have been pulverised allowing the civil contractor to commence preparing the subbase.

Rough in for in-ground services has also commenced with concrete footings scheduled for next week.









Maben and all subcontractors have worked very hard in the past few weeks to reach several key milestones of the project.

The second largest portion of the project – the gym tenancy – has been handed over to the fit out contractors to commence their works.

The team have constructed a new shopfront for the Reject Shop and the store is now back open for trade.

A new shopfront has been completed for Aldi which involved new structural steel, glazing and roller shutter doors. The store has been handed over to the fit out contractors.

On the Childcare level the roof has been laid and wall framing has begun. In the external areas the concrete seating and large concrete planters have been formed up and are now ready to be poured.

Great progress team – well done!


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