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Werribee work in progress

The construction of PIF House Werribee for Melbourne City Mission (MCM) was visited by partners from Turner & Townsend, Henley Properties, Melbourne City Mission and the Chair of the Victoria Board of Advisors for the Property Industry Foundation earlier this month.

People at Building site
From left to right: Amanda Tan, Senior Project Manager, Turner & Townsend | Peter Inge, Chair Victoria Board of Advisors, Property Industry Foundation, and joint Managing Director, Zig Inge Group | Antony Blackshaw, CEO, Henley Properties | Ali Omar, Project Manager, Turner & Townsend | Tim Lainson, Senior Property Asset and Development Manager, Melbourne City Mission 

The team toured the soon to be home for up to 10 young people aged between 15 – 25 years old. They got a sense of the space of this purpose-built youth accommodation centre. Earlier this year we celebrated the sod turning of this project, and it is exciting to see this home take shape.

This home will provide young people in need with a chance to grow into adult independence with a level of support they currently don’t have. Young lives, much like house projects, are build piece by piece by people who care enough to invest in their development.

Man reading plans