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Como stage 5

June 27, 2018

Como stage 5 is well underway! Known as Perfection Tomato Glasshouse at Two Wells S.A, Trice is the Project Manager …read more

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Mainstreet SA State Conference 2018

May 24, 2018

Daniel is the Chair of the Property Council’s Mainstreets Committee. Daniel together with Ashley Thomson and Con Maios formed a …read more

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The Britannia Hotel

December 17, 2017

The Britannia Hotel has recently revealed it’s new refreshed look including a redesigned bistro, open courtyard and a designer front …read more

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Unley Shopping Centre Revamp

November 26, 2017

Unley Shopping has had a face-lift! Trice was the Project Manager for the shopping centre’s revamp which included a new …read more

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U-City Development

October 30, 2017

This $60 million project will create a 20-storey, mixed-use building, bringing together Uniting Communities’ extensive service offering and specialist disability …read more

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Thorndon Park Estate Clubhouse

June 30, 2017

The Thorndon Park Estate Clubhouse is officially open. Residents, council members and the project team welcomed the opening of the …read more

Community

Trice plays an active part in community engagement and philanthropy activities. Whilst project and development management is our core business, the Trice ethos is all about giving, helping and making our community a better place.

Some recent examples of our community involvement include

Mission accomplished! Jodi Lee Trek - 18/19 May 2018

IMG_0298JLTLast weekend, Daniel and George together with the Happy Seekers team participated in the JLF Trek, a 76km walk in the Barossa Valley to raise money for bowel cancer awareness. The team made a stellar performance and collectively raised a huge $48,776. Well done to you all and a big thank you to Anna and Anna Roussos Recruitment + Advisory for making this happen!

Jodi Lee Foundation 2018 Trek

JLFIn May, Daniel and George will be joining the Happy Seekers team to support Anna and Anna Roussos Recruitment + Advisory in the Jodi Lee Foundation 2018 Trek (JLF).

This 2 day trek will cover 76km of SA’s premier walking track, the Heysen Trail, through the Barossa Valley.

The JLF is the leading voice for bowl cancer prevention in Australia, helping empower people to take active steps in preventing bowel cancer. To read more on the JLF click here.

As for your generous donation click here and remember to round up to the nearest 100, or 10.

City to Bay 2017

Team Trice successfully survived the City to Bay yesterday! Well done everyone who participated, it was a fabulous morning and all for a great cause.

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In support of CanTeen

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Trice was inspired by the work of CanTeen and wanted to support them by raising money as part of our participation in the Sunday Mail City-Bay Fun Run 2017.

We are delighted to announce we were the top corporate fundraiser for the 2017 event. A big thank you to everyone who donated and supported our team.

Trice fundraiser event for Lifeline

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Trice held a fundraiser event to raise money for Uniting Communities’ Lifeline SA. The evening was a fun-filled event of gnocchi making lessons with a small group of Trice clients (including Uniting Communities) and industry partners. A great effort all round, raising over $2,500 to fund the training of a Lifeline Volunteer.

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The ACH Group Foundation

20151030_153940Trice is proud to be a major donor towards the Sea of Knowledge Project – a photoshoot and art piece by renowned surrealist artist Andrew Baines. The painting features fifteen older people standing in the sea at dawn, portraying many diverse careers which included a small choir, musicians, a life guard, defence force member, teacher and blackboard plus a full size piano complete with a formally suited player.

This was an initiative to raise funds to support future projects of The ACH Group Foundation.

The Foundation showed their appreciation to Trice by being presented with a framed copy of the art piece by the President.

ACH is a valued client of Trice working together on a number of projects to deliver “Good Lives for Older People.”

Adopt a Vine

Pkg-1Trice are proud adoptive parents of a Pinor Noir vine! An initiative by Golding Wines in the Adelaide Hills, the winery program gives the opportunity to learn more about the “vine-to-wine” process.

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Picture1Trice held a fundraiser event to raise money for AnglicareSA’s Autism-Specific Early Learning and Care Centre. The evening was a fun-filled event of gnocchi making lessons with a small group of Trice clients (including Anglicare) and industry partners. A great effort all round, raising over $2,000 to help purchase educational products for the centre.

AnglicareSA’s Autism-Specific Early Learning and Care Centre

Picture2This newly refurbished facility reopened its doors in late 2013. Anglicare, being a highly valued client of Trice and who undertook the project management role of the centre’s refurbishment donated trees and landscaping materials. The Trice team spent the day at the centre with family and friends planting trees and landscaping the front garden area of the centre.

SYC Quiz Night

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In early 2015 Trice sponsored a table at the SYC Quiz Night. SYC is a not-for-profit organisation centred on employment, training and youth services. With a core purpose to positively affect the lives of young people in Australia, last year SYC helped more than 55,300 people of all ages in the areas of Home, Wellbeing, Learning and Working. The fundraising event was a cause for helping young people to stand on their own two feet, which is SYC’s HYPA division – which supports young peoples’ challenges in the area of learning, working, general wellbeing and housing. The successful event raised $50,000 which Trice was proud to be a part of.

Projects Abroad

Picture1Our star Office Manager Katrina French took extended leave from Trice in 2014 to take part in the Projects Abroad Care program at the AMESIP Centre in Rabat, Morocco. The centre takes care of children in precarious situations, for example street children, children living in difficult neighbourhoods, with emotional, physical and psychological issues. AMESIP has helped reintegrate over 1800 children in schools, more than 500 young people over the age of 16 gain apprenticeships and over 220 have been admitted to vocational training. AMESIP Centre’s aim is to provide the local children with support and pre entry education with an emphasis on sport, manual and artistic education, singing, music and theatre, together with civic, religious and health education.

Katrina found her time in Rabat a fulfilling, inspiring, heart-warming and eye opening experience and Trice is proud to have such a warm, generous and compassionate individual in our office!

Professional Bodies

Trice is an active member of the following