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With a commitment to building success for our clients, Pelligra prides itself on identifying, understanding and fulfilling the specific needs of every client on every project.Learn More
Epping Gateway Developments
Pelligra is leading the way in Epping with this landmark mixed-use development, combining offices, apartments, a gym, retail spaces, and car parking in a building comprising 10 and 12-storey sections at the corner of Wedge St.
Patrick Auto Care
Pelligra undertook major construction and repair works to transform this former One Steel factory site into a major distribution depot for imported vehicles to suit the purposes of Patrick Auto Care, Australia's premier provider of shore to door services to the auto industry.
This purpose-built business complex has provided customised premises for an UltraTune Auto Service Centre and Taubmans Professional Trade Centre, as well as building materials showrooms, with adjacent office space and good access for trade professionals, at 81 Elgar Road, Derrimut.
An expansive new showroom for Super A-Mart, new locations for Fair Price Furniture, Zap Fitness, and others in a prime location on the north side of Ballarat Road, surrounded by established businesses.
Sunshine City Projects Pty Ltd - Ashley Institutes
A century-old heritage building and local landmark, the John Darling & Son Flour Mill had been left derelict for over 10 years. Pelligra is transforming this iconic building in Albion, in Melbourne's west, while preserving the heritage features which reflect the industrial age of Victoria.
Stow Australia Pty Ltd
Pelligra constructed a warehouse of approximately 5,000 square metres for Stow Australia, consolidating the operations of Australia’s leading pallet racking and warehouse storage solutions company into a purpose-built facility that significantly impacted on the efficiency of the business.
The heritage ETA factory – formerly the headquarters of the iconic Australian peanut butter and margarine manufacturer – had been left derelict and vandalised. Pelligra transformed the complex into modern office and retail space to reclaim and revitalise the heritage site.
Power Property Group
With retail outlets, including cafes and an indoor play centre, on the ground floor, offices on the upper level, and easily accessible parking, this new built complex on Elgar Road in Derrimut has provided ideal premises for a number of local businesses in a prime location.
This newly built sports complex - comprising a gym, swimming pool, basketball court, change rooms, and associated areas - quickly became a primary community centre for sport and recreation, significantly increasing the profile of the local YMCA.
Housing affordability in Australia is one of the hot topics of recent times, and one that has been discussed occasionally during the federal election campaign – albeit without any firm policies to address it coming from either major party. Read More
When you walk into someone’s home for the first time, it’s pretty easy to get a good feel for what they’re like by looking around. (more…)...Read More
The current community protest over the proposal to build elevated sections of railway as part of the Victorian government's plan to remove level crossings raises an i...Read More
There comes a time in every man's life when he has to grow up … a bit … sort of. It comes later in life for some, but a pivotal point for many is when we graduate from toy cars to real ones. Can we make it look nicer, go faster, sound more powerful, or stop breaking down every other day? Ego and pride play a part. Why pay a mechanic to fi...Read More
As the AFL and NRL seasons drew to a close, we got to thinking: is there any similarity between sport and construction? Our friends who support Carlton and Brisbane in the AFL and the Newcastle Knights and Wests Tigers in the NRL will certainly be hoping that their respective ‘rebuilds’ are well-planned, fully resourced, built on strong foun...Read More
Last week’s episode of the satirical ABC TV series Utopia (series 2, episode 3) gave us some food for thought. The storyline had the Nation Building Authority team faced with the challenge of justifying why what had been proposed as a new foreshore park had...Read More