RCP Victoria

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RCP Vic was formed in 2006 to provide independent Development and Project Management services to the property and construction industries. Our independence ensures our advice is never compromised with a mandate of protecting our client’s interests. We are recognised as an industry leader in our chosen field of endeavour.

Managing projects is our passion. Clients define our projects and typically commence at conception through to goal achievement. Before a project becomes a reality, our clients utilise our advisory services to acquire sites or undertake due diligence to confirm the development fundamentals make sense. We then plan, consult, implement and monitor throughout the project’s life.

At RCP Vic our team of professionals provide the skills necessary to manage projects across all market sectors. We do this with dedication and enthusiasm. Our managers lead and collaborate with people to create responsive, productive teams that deliver proven results.

35 Spring Street

Current Projects

  • 35 Spring St (Residential - Cbus Property)

  • 447 Collins St (Mixed Use - Cbus Property)

  • 80 Collins St (Mixed Use - QIC)

  • Swanston Central (Residential – Hengyi)

  • 271 Spring St (Commercial - ISPT)

  • Chadstone Shopping Centre (Retail – Vicinity Group)

  • Simonds Stadium (Stadium/Special Use – Geelong Football Club/AFL/State Government/City of Greater Geelong)

  • Holmesglen Private Hospital (Healthscope)

Completed Projects

  • Triptych (Residential – Stable Properties)

  • 350 Williams (Residential – Ubertas)

  • Warleigh Grove (Residential – Cbus Property)

  • 150 Collins St (APN/Westpac – Independent Certifier)

  • 700 Burke Street (Walkercorp – Independent Certifier)

 

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Contact Name: 
Greg Naylor
Contact Phone: 
+61 (0)3 9038 1772
Address: 
312 St Kilda Road Ground Floor
3004 Melbourne , VIC
Australia
Victoria AU

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