Jacobs Engineering Group has been selected for phase two of the Blacktown and Mount Druitt Hospitals expansion project in Australia.
The Victorian government has given the green light to Crown Melbourne’s hotel and apartment complex in Melbourne's Southbank, 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).
Australia-based Lendlease has been selected as the preferred design and construct contractor to deliver the new Western Sydney Stadium in New South Wales, Australia.
Sinosteel Equipment & Engineering (Sinosteel MECC) has been selected as the EPC contractor by Northern Minerals for the delivery of the Browns Range Pilot Plant in northern Western Australia.
Hawaiki Submarine Cable, the owner and developer of the Hawaiki submarine cable system, has announced the ground breaking of the Hawaiki Submarine Cable landing station at Bream Tail in New Zealand.
Richard Crookes Constructions (RCC) has been selected by developer Yuhu Group (Australia) to design and build a $250M residential development in North Sydney, Australia.
Contractor Multiplex has completed the fourth and final stage of the Far East Consortium's $550M Upper West Side at 33 Rose Lane in Melbourne central business district.
A joint venture between John Holland and Commercial & General has been named as the exclusive preferred proponent by the state government of South Australia to redevelop the old Royal Adelaide Hospital site.
Multiplex has completed construction on the fourth tower of the Walker Corporation’s $2.5bn Collins Square development in Melbourne, Australia.
Multiplex has been selected by M&L Hospitality to build a boutique hotel at 65 Sussex Street in Sydney’s central business district (CBD), Australia.
Multiplex has won a contract from Victoria Racing Club (VRC) to deliver a new club stand at Flemington Racecourse in Victoria, Australia.
Construction has started on a AUD400M ($302M) lithium processing plant in Kwinana, Western Australia.
Contractor Multiplex has secured a contract to build a $206M learning and teaching building for Monash University in Melbourne, Australia.
Contractor Multiplex has bagged a contract from Frasers Property Australia to build the final residential stage of its ‘Wonderland’ development at Sydney’s Central Park.
Australian contractor Multiplex has celebrated the topping out of the University of New South Wales’ (UNSW) $125M biological sciences building in Australia.
UK-based construction and project management consultancy Turner & Townsend has been appointed by Vicinity Centres to manage the retail delivery of its AUD350M ($264M) Chadstone Shopping Centre redevelopment in Melbourne, Australia.
Laing O’Rourke Australia has won an early contractor involvement (ECI) contract for the first stage of the AUD250M ($188M) Sydney Opera House’s Building Renewal Programme in Australia.The renewal programme — which represents the largest package of works since the Opera House opened in 1973 — includes upgrades to the Opera House‘s two largest internal performance spaces, the Concert Hall and Joan Sutherland Theatre.It will also include upgrades to the entry and foyers and new creative learning and function centres.Laing O’Rourke will work with the Opera House and its design teams to ensure the programme is as efficient as possible. Each project will progress through a series of review points before moving on to the construction phase.Laing O'Rourke Australia’s managing director Cathal O’Rourke said: “We are excited and honoured to be working on this landmark building and look forward to collaborating with the Opera House and its design teams to identify the smartest, most efficient and sensitive solutions for this important project.“The work the Opera House has already done to digitally map the entire structure — combined with Laing O’Rourke’s Digital Engineering expertise — will help deliver the best result for the venue’s 8.2M annual visitors, thousands of performers and the wider Australian community, who all feel a sense of ownership over the UNESCO World Heritage site.”The programme will be carried out over the next five years.
Australian construction firm Watpac has been selected as the preferred builder by the Australian Unity to deliver the $1.1bn Herston Quarter project in Brisbane, Australia.This selection follows the recent announcement of Australian Unity — a healthcare, financial services, and independent and assisted living organisation — as the preferred tenderer for the project by the Queensland government. The development — located next to the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital — will include the construction of a public rehabilitation hospital, a private hospital, residential aged care, retirement living and student accommodation.It will also feature health research, childcare, a co-working hub, and education and training facilities.The first stage of works is expected to begin in 2017.