Woolworths Merimbula is OPEN!

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The new Woolworths Merimbula store will officially open its doors on Wednesday 21 November 2018.

To celebrate, store manager Lakeeta Ferguson and the rest of the team will host a range of grand opening activities from 8.30am, including a performance by students from Pambula Primary and the cake and ribbon cutting before welcoming customers into the new store.

The opening is also being celebrated by Rankin Builders, after one of the company’s biggest builds to date.

“In terms of cost, this is the biggest project we have done because of the suspended slabs we are standing on and the 200 car park spaces underneath,” Don Hassan of Rankin Builders said.

(News article & image from Merimbula News Weekly)

Rankin Builders secure Narooma Plaza development project

Rankin Builders are proud to announce that we successfully tendered  and accepted the Narooma Plaza development project.

The proposed amendment to incorporate a second supermarket into the existing Development Application has been approved by council, which means both Woolworths and Aldi are the proposed supermarkets. Narooma Plaza are well underway with their leasing program and have several interested parties keen to join Narooma Plaza. We  are currently planning to commence our redevelopment program in late 2018 with completion of Stage 1 prior to Xmas 2019.

Pambula hospital and Community health nearing completion

The Pambula hospital & Community health refurbishments are nearing completion. The project is running on time and on budget with a completion date of the end of August.

The first steps towards construction of the $1.6 million Pambula District Hospital Refurbishment commenced on Tuesday 17 April 2018, with Early Works underway. Rankin Builders began work on the initial stage of the redevelopment with works expected to run through until August 2018. The existing Pambula District Hospital entrance. The refurbished hospital will include an upgrade to reception, the Assessment, Treatment, and Care Centre (ATC) as well as an upgrade to its single rooms. A community gym and rehabilitation space will also be created. With the increase in construction activity and disruption across the site, priority will be given to ensuring that patients, visitors and staff are kept safe while these works are ongoing.

For more information:

http://www.mps.health.nsw.gov.au/WWW_MPSProgram/media/Media/Publications/Newsletter/20180530_SNSWLHD_Capital_Works_Project_Newsletter.pdf