Adrian Holmes

Adrian Holmes
Building Surveying Consultant

Diploma of Project Management

building certifier

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Adrian started in the building industry in 1972 and has been continuously involved in construction to the present day. Adrian ran his own building company for 17 years in Victoria and Tasmania and worked as a Project Manager and Building Consultant thereafter.

Moving to the Northern Territory in 2003, he was consultant/manager of capital and minor works projects for the Department of Infrastructure.

With a passion for remote area work challenges and the environment, Adrian has stayed in Alice Springs, and worked as the Project Manager for NT Link for four years before starting his own consultancy. He has actively been involved in the development and execution of numerous NT Government capital works programs and private contracts as well as providing building inspection and reporting services to legal and real estate firms.

Throughout his career Adrian has enjoyed working with Aboriginal land councils, municipal councils, architects, engineers, heritage societies and all relevant government departments.

Significant projects â€Ĥa solid track record.

  • Alice Springs Hospital
    All capital projects, tender documentation and
    execution of works including:-
    New Emergency Department
    Mental Health Upgrade and additions
    Theatres – Upgrade to four theatres and associated infrastructure
    Day Procedure Unit – General and Theatres Upgrade
    Central Sterilisation Department – Upgrade
    Emergency Power Infrastructure – Upgrade
    Hydrant and Potable water mains replacement
    Fire Sprinkler upgrade – all floors
  • Desert Knowledge Precinct
    Construction and commissioning of all building works
  • Alice Springs Correctional Facility
    3 x 12 inmate accommodation buildings
    New Stores building
    Sewer ponds upgrade
    Fire and EWIS upgrade
  • Management
    Southern Region NT BER Projects
    for Hodgkison Architects
  • Management
    NPARIH program for the NT Government
    – Southern Region

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