Pascale Construction Kicks off New Project in Belair

June 25, 2015

Last week, Pascale Construction attended the “Sod Turning Ceremony” at the James Brown Memorial Trust (JBMT) Kalyra Village Extension in Belair.

 

Steve Hope, Manager of Infrastructure & Property at JBMT, opened the ceremony and Sonia Bolzon, JBMT Chair, turned the first sod marking the official start of the construction works. Employees, board members and residents of JBMT, and representatives of Flightpath Architects and Pascale Construction witnessed this important event.

 

Pascale has worked with JBMT since 2009, in a relationship that has seen the successful completion of four individual projects. Kalyra Village Extension is the fifth construction project our company has been awarded. Our team is excited to work on this development.

 

The project comprises of 14 new two-storey independent villas as an extension to the existing JBMT Village site with new driveway access and associated infrastructure.

 

The construction program is on track with a completion date set for July 2016.

 

 

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