Tyrone Group was engaged to work on the refurbishment of the Melbourne Hotel in Perth. Originally built in 1885, the hotel was given an estimated 40 million dollar facelift to transform the heritage listed building into a new 67 bedroom facility complete with a three storey conservatory. Most of the hotels original features will remain and we are proud to be involved with preserving its legacy for future generations.
The building has maintained much of its original features and now boats 73 rooms including the original 22 heritage rooms, a two level conservatory, function rooms and five food and drink venues.
WESTERN AUSTRALIA MUSEUM
Tyrone Group was awarded the structural restoration works on the heritage listed Perth Museum. Originally housing the old Gaol which was constructed in 1892 the Museum was established in 1891 to house a collection of geological specimens. The Jubilee building was opened in 1899 and Hackett Hall was built as an extension to Victoria Library in 1913. More than 11,000 objects were relocated from the Museum in 2016 to the collections and research centre in preparation for the development of the new museum.
Construction of the new distinctive building began in late 2016 with completion due early 2020 with the new building featuring over 7000 M2 of galleries making it over four times bigger than the original.
THE TREASURY HOTEL
Tyrone Group was appointed to undertake specialist masonry and render restoration works at the Old Treasury Building, one of Perth’ s most significant heritage properties. The works transformed the Old Treasury Building into a premium 6-star boutique hotel. The original building was completed in the early 1900’s and lay vacant for the past 20 years before the mammoth restoration process began.
Tyrone Group was awarded Subcontractor of the year for for Structural Works by Master Builders 2016 for work on this landmark building.