The West Australian Government commissioned the building of a new performing arts centre to compliment the revitalised Perth Cultural Precinct.
Planning commenced in 2006 via a design competition process and is the first professional performing arts venue to be developed by the State Government in Western Australia.
Located strategically at the corner of Roe and William Street, the State Theatre Centre offers excellent access from the city’s key transport nodes and anchors the adjacent cultural precinct.
The urban design strategies, used to weave the facility into the surrounding area, add to its vitality and sense of place in the city.
NS Projects was appointed to co-ordinate the design development, construction documentation, and tender and construction phases of this prestigious project.
NS Projects worked closely with the Department of Finance, Department of Culture and the Arts, Kerry Hill Architects, the consultant team and builders to deliver this iconic project.