Construction firm Multiplex has completed construction on an innovative learning space known as “The Kiln”, a milestone in the construction of the $225m new Monash Learning and Teaching Building at Monash University’s Clayton campus in Victoria.
CPB Contractors, a CIMIC Group company, has bagged an AUD145m ($115m) contract to provide facility upgrades at the Capricornia Correctional Centre in Queensland, Australia.
BGC Contracting has secured a new contract to deliver the main civil construction work for a section of the AUD4.36bn ($3.94bn) Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Highway upgrade in northern New South Wales (NSW), Australia.
SkyCity Entertainment Group has decided to invest AUD330m ($264.2m) to expand and transform the Adelaide Casino on the Festival Plaza forecourt into an integrated entertainment destination.
Australian construction firm Multiplex has bagged a contract to build a new science and engineering building (SEB) for the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Australia.
Australia-based contractor Multiplex has bagged a new contract from developer Shayher Group to construct the second of three towers at its Brisbane Quarter project in Australia.
Construction firm Multiplex has won a contract to deliver the fifth and final commercial office tower that will complete Walker Corporation’s AUD2.5bn ($1.8bn) Collins Square development in Melbourne, Australia.
Australian construction firm Watpac has won a $63m contract to construct a new NSW Forensic Pathology and Coroner’s Court facility for Health Infrastructure at Lidcombe in Western Sydney, Australia.
Sedgman, a member of the CIMIC Group, has secured an AUD107M ($79.2M) engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract from Heron Resources for the Woodlawn project in New South Wales, Australia.
Construction firm Multiplex has completed a major redevelopment project for M&L Hospitality at 161 Sussex Street in Sydney, Australia.
Multiplex has secured a contract from Brookfield to redevelop the Wynyard Place in Sydney’s central business district (CBD).
Multiplex has completed construction on the fourth tower of the Walker Corporation’s $2.5bn Collins Square development in Melbourne, Australia.
Aecom has been selected by Ratch Australia as the owner’s engineer for the AUD360M ($270M) Mount Emerald Wind Farm in North Queensland, Australia.
Brookfield Multiplex has completed construction on Walker Corporation’s $300m Tower Two at the Collins Square development in Melbourne’s Central Business District (CBD).
Lendlease Building has been selected as the head contractor by Investa and Gwynvill Group to build the $300M 60 Martin Place skyscraper in Sydney, Australia.The 33-storey building will feature more than 40,000sq m of lettable area with floor plates ranging from 1,200 to 1,500sq m.The skyscraper will be located on the corners of Macquarie Street, Martin Place and Phillip Street, opposite to the Reserve Bank and State Parliament.Investa’s head of commercial development Mark Tait said: “We are delighted to partner with Lendlease Building in this significant Sydney project.“Lendlease brings outstanding construction capability and extensive, relevant experience in high-quality commercial office developments, which will underpin the quality of the 60 Martin Place offering.”Work on the project will start in July 2016, with completion expected in the third quarter of 2019.
John Holland has been awarded a $324M early works package for Melbourne Metro in Victoria, Australia.John Holland will be responsible for excavating shafts in the centre of Melbourne as part of the preparation works for the tunnel and five new underground stations.The contract will also include the excavation of open shafts adjacent to Swanston Street to enable the underground construction of two new city stations built as part of the $10.9bn project.Excavation of the CBD North Station will include two shafts at Franklin and A’Beckett Street, which will be covered by acoustic sheds to minimise noise for neighbouring residents and offices.According to John Holland, the construction of CBD South will include the partial demolition of the car park underneath City Square.Other works in the package include the relocation and protection of up to 100 utilities, including gas, power and telecommunications services, and the 120-year-old brick main sewer line under the Domain interchange.Works are expected to commence within weeks, with work on the stations’ shafts to begin in 2017, after the completion of the Environment Effects Statement (EES) that is currently underway and the project’s formal planning approval.
Construction work has commenced on a $170M office tower on Brisbane’s city fringe in Queensland, Australia.The new office development, known as ‘Fortitude Valley’, is being delivered by Consolidated Properties Group (CPG) and Charter Hall Group.Upon completion, the 19,000sq m, 14-level office tower will become the new headquarters of the Australian rail freight company Aurizon and its 1,700 employees.CPG secured a 110-year lease for the site, from the Anglican Church, in a deal that secures the long term future of the existing Church building, on the site at 900 Ann St.Queensland’s deputy premier Jackie Trad said: “This is a landmark project for Fortitude Valley, bringing 1,300 jobs during the construction phase and 1,700 Aurizon workers to the area once construction is complete.”The tower is expected to be complete in 2018.
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