Robina Town Centre Market Hall (THE KITCHENS)

MECHANICAL PACKAGE:
$ 7 Million

BUILD PERIOD:
2 Years

INDUSTRY SECTOR:
Retail – Shopping Centre Restaurant Precinct

LOCATION:
Robina, Queensland.

PROJECT TYPE:
Construct only

QUANTITY OF HVAC ASSETS:
468 HVAC assets

Project - Robina

SYSTEM:

  • Expansion of existing central plant chilled water system
  • Central plant Air Handling Units to serve mall areas and open plant Kitchens, individual central plant fan coils units to serve individual tenancies, air conditioning to the indoor pool for new gymnasium including fabric duct. Multiple extraction systems and make up air for retail restaurants and cafes.

ABOUT THE PROJECT:

“The Kitchens” is Queensland’s biggest and most expensive food court located at Robina Town Centre on the Gold Coast.

The lavish $160 million development is the first of its kind in the country, combining 40 fresh food retailers, cafes, bars and restaurants, with purpose-built open kitchens which will run ongoing food tastings, workshops and masterclasses.

The precinct, spread over two levels, features eateries from local hospitality heavyweights such as the Honeyeater Kitchen from ex-Songbirds chef Trent Scarr, David Hayles’ Betty’s Burgers and James Brady’s Mr Pigs Bakehouse; alongside celebrity chef George Calombaris’ first Queensland restaurant, Jimmy Grants.