Developed by TQM Design & Construct, N.8 Campbelltown comprises 4-levels of basement parking, retail on the ground level, commercial suites on the levels 1-6, luxury apartments on the Levels 7-13, and a rooftop terrace with landscaped green spaces, BBQ facilities and 360-degree panoramic views.
With 490 lineal metres of LED lighting recessed into the north and south façades of N.8 Campbelltown, the programable lights will illuminate the newest and tallest addition to the Campbelltown skyline. “It is a truly outstanding building. N.8 Campbelltown will become the shining centrepiece of Campbelltown,” said TQM Project Manager, Tony Assaf.
N.8 Campbelltown hosts 7-levels of boutique luxury studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartments, all featuring premium finishes, European-style appliances and outstanding timber and carpet flooring. Three private lifts service the residential floors, while the commercial suites have two dedicated lifts.
The premium luxury finishes and the overall standard of excellence is indicative of the extremely high degree of craftsmanship and skill of all trades, coupled with tqm’s careful attention to detail.
“With 6m high by 10m wide striking pre-cast features on the building façades, honed stone flooring in the lobby and outdoor entry area and an elegant architecturally designed concrete awning overhanging the public domain space, there is a great level of thought and emphasis placed on the architectural and interior design details,”
“This includes the addition of the planter boxes that will overhang the building on the commercial floors 2-6 while the western front of those levels feature 3.5m floor-to-ceiling glass windows.”
COVID-19 restrictions, industry-wide labour and material shortages, and the wet weather experienced throughout 2022 posed challenges for tqm and impacted the overall build timeline. Navigating and overcoming the various limitations through effective stakeholder management and innovative project management demonstrates tqm’s commitment to delivering a product of excellence.
“N.8 Campbelltown will become a cornerstone project for Campbelltown because it will be the first building in the city to feature a public domain, of which N.8 Campbelltown has two. We have worked closely with the local city council to define the various size and colour specs for the pavers to be used in these spaces, which will also become the standard for future public domains created within the city,” said Tony.
tqm commenced demolition of the existing building onsite in April 2021 and had the first slab poured by March 2022. With around 60 subcontractors onsite throughout the various stages of the build, the peak daily workforce is between 80-90 people.
Established in 1999, tqm remains an Australian family-owned business with an impressive track record. From working on small to medium-sized residential projects, tqm has grown to become a major player in the construction market, building numerous high-rise residential developments across Sydney.
tqm have been awarded a 4 Star rating under the new Independent Construction Industry Rating Tool (iCIRT), which assesses a company’s track record based on capability, conduct, character, capacity, capital, and counterparties.