The City of Holdfast Bay in South Australia is seeking a contractor to supply and install a fire detection and undertake an alarm system upgrade to the Brighton Civic Centre.

The Brighton Town Hall was built in 1869 and was 4th town hall built in the colony of South Australia. The architect and builder was George William Highet who arrived in the colony in 1836. The hall is constructed of stone from Ayliffe’s quarry in the Adelaide Hills and laid on concrete foundations.

In the early 1900s the original building was added to which allowed the library to house more books in a larger reading room. In 1936 the Brighton Council moved to new chambers and in 1937 the Brighton Town Hall was then leased to the RSL until 2008. It is a heritage listed building and an important part of the history of Government in South Australia.

This tender closes on November 25 – you can find out more here.