All Projects

  • Footscray

    Footscray’s new master planned development

    A 9,042 square metre site in Footscray is set to become one of the closest mixed use master planned developments to Melbourne’s CBD. Located just four kilometers from the city, the former Binks Ford car deale... more
  • South Yarra

    South Yarra’s new luxury landmark

    South Yarra’s renowned Forrest Hill precinct is set to receive a new landmark with the arrival of Yarra One; a collection of luxurious residences developed by Eco World-Salcon Y1 Pty Ltd and designed by one o... more
  • Brisbane Ferry Terminals

    A shifting climate drives Australia’s top design award for Brisbane Ferry Terminals

    As more severe and volatile weather patterns continue to threaten Australia’s crucial infrastructure, Good Design Australia has awarded its ‘Good Design Award of the Year’ – its highest recognition, t... more
  • Melbourne

    A new icon in East Melbourne

    A secret garden on the city’s edge, East Melbourne is a place of historic grandeur and elegant contrasts. As one of the city’s most exclusive suburbs, this pocket of prime central Melbourne offers a unique ... more

Brisbane takes next step on world stage with Skyneedle project start

Brisbane is taking the next step in its emergence as a 'new world city', with developer Pradella starting construction on the first stage of a $125 million dual tower community centred around the city's iconic SkyNeedle. SkyNeedle, an 88 metre pillar,  was a key feature of Brisbane's World Expo in 1988, and today remains a prominent marker on the city skyline. Pradella director Kim Pradella joined Brisbane Lord Mayor Graham Quirk to officially launch the start of construction on the first tower, comprising 110 of the total 237 apartments in the project, which will incorporate a refurbished SkyNeedle as part of its design. Pradella has appointed RCC Builders to build SkyNeedle Apartments, which will be delivered in two stages, complete with a cafe at the base of the second tower and a tropical garden oasis with a pool and barbeque terrace for the exclusive use of residents. T... more
Green Square

First residents move into Green Square Town Centre

Ebsworth is the first residential apartment building to be completed at Green Square by Mirvac and UrbanGrowth NSW and its official opening signals a major milestone for the precinct’s transformation. “Green Square Town Centre is a prime example of our organisation’s ambition to transform city living,” said UrbanGrowth NSW Chief Executive Michael Brodie. “It is enormously satisfying to see this strategic location that was otherwise under-utilised, so successfully transformed into a new transit-oriented development that will provide new homes, community facilities, and job opportunities so close to the CBD.” Ebsworth is situated on Ebsworth Street, the town centre high street. The town centre anchors a broader $13 billion Green Square urban renewal precinct which spans 287ha. The new town centre will deliver much needed retail and community amenity for inner Sydney... more
North Queensland Stadium

It’s kick off for the North Queensland Stadium

Expressions of interest (EOI) has been called for principal consultants to put forward design teams to kick off work on the $250 million North Queensland Stadium. Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Minister for State Development Dr Anthony Lynham said the project’s first tender marked an important milestone for the project. “I want to pay tribute to the people of Townsville and north Queensland for working with my Government to push this project forward,” the Premier said. “In addition to the $140 million my Government confirmed in the State Budget in June, together we were able to convince the Turnbull Government to match Federal Labor’s commitment of $100 million during the election campaign.” “The North Queensland Stadium will create hundreds of jobs in the construction phase alone and provide a vital boost to the local economy and community.” Dr Lynham s... more
Warringal Private Hospital

Warringal Private Hospital expansion delivers high attention to detail

Warringal Private Hospital is one of the largest hospitals in Ramsay Health’s portfolio of healthcare sites. With 215 beds and 11 Operating Theatres it has an important role in North East Melbourne’s community. Nuvo Group was successfully selected from a full public tender as the preferred contractor for the Electrical, Technology and Data packages of a large redevelopment project for the hospital. Nuvo undertook a full Design and Construct contract over 12 months. The scope of the $30 million project included an additional 67 beds, 5 Operating Theatres, a new Recovery Unit, and new Clean Sterile Stock Department. By bolstering the capacity of the hospital, this expansion has helped Warringal Private to meet the growing healthcare needs of Melbourne’s North Eastern suburbs. A high attention to detail in the planning of Critical Shutdowns by Nuvo’s project team allowed Wa... more
Knox Private Hospital

Knox Private Hospital upgrade helps meet growing demand

Knox Private Hospital provides a comprehensive range of healthcare to over 1.2 million people in Melbourne’s east and south-eastern suburbs. Knox Private Hospital is a 359 patient-bed facility and provides a large range of medical and acute services. To meet growing demand for services the hospital has planned a massive upgrade to their infrastructure. Nuvo Group was selected as the preferred contractor for the $4.5 million Electrical, Technology and Data works required for an expansion to the existing hospital infrastructure including the In-Patient Unit (IPU). Works included the demolition and/or alteration of existing services; manufacture, supply, installation, testing, commissioning and subsequent maintenance, and ITP’s for all operating systems. The IPU includes new patient wards with 60 beds, seven consulting suites, discharge and admissions lounge, pharmacy shell, new lift... more
Crowne Plaza Hotel

Complex project completed at Crowne Plaza Hotel, Melbourne

Nuvo Group has completed a highly complex Electrical and Technology infrastructure project at Crowne Plaza Hotel in Melbourne’s CBD. After the construction of the new Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre in South Wharf, the ageing World Congress Centre building constructed in 1989 was made redundant. Two buildings, the World Congress Centre (WCC) and the Crowne Plaza Hotel, shared a common land title at the corner of Flinders St and Spencer St. The old WCC was to be demolished and redeveloped for a new purpose. However before this could proceed, the combined services of the two buildings needed to be separated. The original electrical supply point was two substations at the WCC building. Given this site would be demolished, a new substation, hotel main switchboard and generators were installed on the Crowne Plaza site, to allow the hotel to operate completely independently.... more

World class gaming and entertainment resort

Crown Casino is a state-of-the-art world class gaming and entertainment resort. Crown recently embarked on a $1 billion dollar upgrade of its Iconic Melbourne property including major retail areas, large premium gaming areas and high end VIP facilities. The project had highly compressed timeframes and complex staging works with intense works packages and in many cases up to 100 staff working in very complex areas of the facility. Nuvo was selected as the partner of Crown in the major project and upgrade program. Nuvo is a Tier One Electrical and Technology specialist with advanced skills in the gaming sector. Nuvo has been a key provider of technical and electrical services to the premium hotels, gaming and leisure resorts for over 10 years. The program involved upgrading major hotels, nightclubs, VIP gaming spaces and major retail areas. The three year program was a $1 billion ... more

Lendlease showcases new global headquarters

Lendlease has long watched Barangaroo South’s International Towers Sydney rise across the road and now the company will move into its new global headquarters, proudly built by Lendlease in partnership with the NSW Government. Approximately 2,000 employees, from five different locations, will occupy levels 8 to 19 of Tower Three’s 39 floors, in an agile workplace that promotes team-based working, and uses improved technologies to enhance personal wellbeing. Lendlease CEO and Managing Director, Steve McCann said the company’s iconic new headquarters was a significant milestone. “This incredible space showcases Lendlease’s capability – owned by a Lendlease managed fund, built by our building business, in a precinct transformed by our urban regeneration business and in a tenancy that demonstrates our understanding of vibrant, productive workspaces for our employees and o... more