Shanghai Disney


Cockram Scenario was the first vendor to be substantially complete with the show set scope of work at the Shanghai Disney Resort on Pirates of the Caribbean. Cockram was also engaged in various contract models to deliver the Main Entry and Gardens precinct of the Disney Shanghai Project.

Cockram Scenario managed over 500 workers (Sub Contractors and Direct Employees) by  Management resources and provided specialty craftsman from China and the Asia region in order to achieve the quality and schedule requirements of Disney.

Treasure Cove was the largest show set scope within the park

  • 24 Months – for Design and Production
  • Delivered on schedule and in budget

Cockram was asked to grow the base contract and take on the following additional scopes

  • Fiberglass icon characters for Hotels 1&2 Production / Installation
  • Treasure Cove Signage Production / Installation
  • Show action doors and platforms Fabrication / Installation
  • Treasure Cove (term contract)
  • Fantasyland Signage Production / Installation (term contract)
  • Main Entry Garden (Program / Construction Management)
  • Main Entry Gardens (term contract – Construction)
  • Woodland Gardens Rockwork (term contract – Construction)
  • Mickey Avenue (term contract – Construction)


Lights, Camera, Action

Universal Studios Singapore

Role: Turn Key Show Contractor – production and installation

Scope: Design Development, BIM Management and integration, Shop Drawings, Manufacturing, Show Control, SFX, Animatronics, SAE, Lighting, AV (Audio Video), Installation Supervision, Testing and Commissioning and Handover and close out to Owner.

Project Description & BIM Usage:                   

  • Design development from 2D concept to fully integrated 3D models & detailed shop drawings.
  • All show elements were modelled and coordinated in 3D.
  • Fully lit and textured 3D guest point of view animation was used for creative coordination and definition of art direction intent
  • Fire and water effect particle and fluid simulations were carried out to define show experience
  • Weekly big room meetings were held with all project participants (contractors and specialty trades like Audio, Video, Lighting, Special Effects, Show Control).
  • Technical drawings were derived directly from the 3D models to guarantee spatial accuracy.
  • BIM was used during installation (survey of as built conditions and clash detection carried out to anticipate issues and find solutions before hitting the field)

National Broadband Network – Satellite Ground Stations


The project for NBN Co involves the construction of satellite ground stations that will form part of the National Broadband Network’s Long Term Satellite Service that provides high speed broadband to regional, rural and remote Australia. The construction works include a single storey building at the centre of each facility which will consist of a vestibule, technical rooms, a store room, office room, staff lunch room and amenities; Installation of antenna array; construction of internal sealed and unsealed roads around the site and services will include permanent and emergency power supply, data, communication, inergen gas suppression system, hydraulics, air-conditioning, fire, security, and sewerage system.

Australian Red Cross Blood Service


Fitout of an existing building for the purpose of blood processing, production, sampling and administration for the Australian Red Cross Blood Service. The facility is the Victorian and Tasmanian Principal Site (VTPS) of the ARCBS. The scope included all fitout and services, including the provision of all new plant and equipment to approximately 16,500m2 with a Basement, Ground Floor, First Floor and Second Floor.  Consisting of Offices, staff breakout and meeting rooms, Reception, Laboratories, warehousing, Cool & Freezer rooms, Plant areas and landscaping.

Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication


The Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication (MCN) is the main facility of the Victorian Node of the Australian National Fabrication facility. The project links seven university based nodes to provide researchers and industry access to state of the art fabrication facilities. MCN is based at Monash University Science Research Park in Clayton. The building covers 3,800m2 and is made up of three main functional pavilions. The research pavilion is one level plus a dedicated mezzanine plant room with trafficable ceiling. The pavilion contains Class 10,000 clean rooms, Class 100 clean rooms, PC2 laboratory, general labs and associated offices and amenities. Following completion of the initial project, Cockram was awarded the Class 100 clean room fitout and we worked closely with the client to ensure minimal disruption to the operation of the newly completed facility.
The Class 100 area is of the highest standard of clean room construction.


Dow Chemicals R & D Centre


Three buildings comprising Dow’s 88,000m2 R&D Centre. The larger buildings are the R&D building and the Administration building and the smallest is the Central Utilities Building (CUB).   The R&D and Administration buildings include undercover car park, 64 light laboratories and 1 heavy laboratory, offices, a 700 seat restaurant, Gymnasium, Presidents suite and Badminton court. The building has an open area through the center with a glass atrium roofprotecting the space.
The CUB building houses the High Voltage and Low Voltage Electrical rooms, Boiler room, Ice chiller tank, Chillers and Fire protection room and holding tank etc.