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What We Stand For
We are dedicated to consistently providing a high level of technical expertise to every project we undertake, bringing our can-do attitude towards solving any problem that may arise and to give back to our industry by mentoring the next generation of construction professionals through their chosen careers.
Why Join Us
Offering the opportunity to work on significant commercial construction projects across several sectors including Education, Health & Aged Care, Community, Infrastructure, Retail, and Industrial sectors; FIMMA enables our employees to give back to the communities where we work via an array of innovative projects and engagement initiatives.
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Mt Waverley Secondary College STEAM Centre
The scope of works requires infrastructure upgrades, excavation and benching works, the construction of a new two-storey S.T.E.A.M Centre, and extensive civil and landscaping works.
The new building will include science labs, technology and visual communication studios, multipurpose classrooms, staff offices, DDA compliant lift and circulation spaces, informal breakout areas, and a bespoke ground floor courtyard.
FIMMA are delivering this project in close collaboration with Superintendent, Johnstaff Projects, and BKK Architects.
Bonbeach Life Saving Club
The new facility, designed in accordance with Life Saving Victoria’s (LSV) ‘Facility of the Future’ Guidelines, features extensive storage areas and amenities for club members over two levels, including large viewing areas and balconies for crew. Sustainability features include rainwater tanks, solar panels, extensive glazing, a heat-pump water heating system, and water-efficient fittings. A selection of floorboards from the original building were also saved and recycled as feature cladding in the entry foyer.
Our Lady of La Vang Catholic Church
The contemporary design of the building includes an impressive 15-meter-high ridgeline, 60-degree pitched roof and significant precast concrete panels at both ends of the structure. Internally, features include steep raked acoustic ceiling panelling, large skylights, and full-height stained-glass windows depicting the history and migration of the Vietnamese people and the boats that brought them on their journey to Australia.