All Projects

  • entrepreneurship

    School design takes entrepreneurship to the next level

    The Sydney School of Entrepreneurship is an unprecedented partnership between 11 NSW Universities and TAFE NSW- and is housed in a substantial brick art deco building located within the TAFE ULTIMO Campus. O... more
  • heritage

    New Victorian education campus with heritage edge

    From a historic hall and post office to an award-winning educational facility, two heritage listed buildings in Port Melbourne, Victoria, have come together to form the impressive Albert Park College Year 9 Env... more
  • award

    North Sydney tower wins top construction award

    A North Sydney apartment tower built by a leading Australian developer has been awarded a top prize at this year’s 2017 Master Builders Australia (MBA) NSW Excellence in Construction Awards. Skye by Crown ... more
  • perth

    Perth tower achieves the ultimate sustainability rating

    The former site of Emu Brewery in Perth is cause for celebration after being awarded a 6 Star Green Star rating for office design from the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA). In what is to be the new... more
community hub

$1.5 million investment secured for community hub

The Victorian Government will invest $1.5 million to create an integrated community hub at Charlton Park Reserve. Minister for Regional Development Jaala Pulford has announced $1.1 million from the Regional Infrastructure Fund and $400,000 from the Victorian Racing Industry Fund for the Charlton Park 2020 Multi-Purpose Facility Development. Charlton Park Reserve is home to numerous sport and recreation clubs, including football, netball, hockey, tennis, cricket, golf, and harness racing as well as the Agricultural and Pastoral Society. Many of the existing buildings are aged, in poor condition, flood-damaged, and no longer meet the needs of the community. The $4.2 million, community-driven project will consolidate buildings to create a modern multi-purpose facility, share resources and improve the layout of the venue. The works include: • Shared sports administration club r... more

Australia’s first project to receive WELL Precertification

WorkSafe Victoria’s new headquarters under construction in Geelong is Australia’s first building to be awarded WELL Precertification by the International WELL Building InstituteTM (IWBI™) in both of the two categories – Core & Shell, and Interiors – together.  Chief Executive Officer of developer Quintessential Equity, Shane Quinn, said the certification process involved a thorough assessment based on seven categories – air, water, nourishment, light, fitness, comfort and mind. “WELL represents the next evolution of sustainable buildings, that includes occupant wellbeing as well as environmental attributes,” he said, congratulating WorkSafe, construction partner Built and consultants Aurecon, and architect peckvvonhartel for their contributions to the milestone. “Instinctively, we know factors like stale air quality, excessive noise and lack of access to n... more
Fishermans Bend

Fishermans Bend project leads with Green Star

Victorians have more certainty in a more sustainable and prosperous future, as the release of the draft Framework for Fishermans Bend signals a commitment to world-class sustainable outcomes. Romilly Madew, the chief executive officer of the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA), has congratulated the Victorian Government, Minister for Planning Richard Wynne, and the Fishermans Bend Taskforce for their vision and leadership. “The draft Framework demonstrates how sustainability can act as a multiplier for better economic and social outcomes across the community,” Ms Madew says. “Victorians rightly expect that Fishermans Bend will deliver a city for the next generation – one that provides a liveable and prosperous community for the 80,000 workers and 80,000 residents who will call it home. “But importantly, the jobs, growth and housing will be achieved in paralle... more
Multiplex

State-of-the-art building opens at St George Hospital

The Acute Services Building, the centrepiece of the NSW Government’s $277 million redevelopment of St George Hospital at Gray Street, Kogarah was recently completed by Multiplex. Constructed in a live hospital environment, the Acute Services Building is the first of its scale in New South Wales to be constructed directly above an operational 24-hour Emergency Department. The nine-level Acute Services Building features a 52 bed intensive care unit and high dependency unit, cardiac catheterisation unit, eight digital and interventional operating theatres, 128 inpatient beds, a sterilising services department, a rooftop helipad, office support areas, and an impressive atrium which provides critical linkage from the new building to the existing ED, Tower Ward Block and Clinical Services Building. Mr Daniel Murphy, Regional Director NSW at Multiplex said the Acute Services Building... more
aged care

Stage one of Paddington aged care project completed

  Stage One of The Terraces at Paddington, the $180 million over 55s community being developed at the Scottish Hospital site on Brown Street, has been completed by Multiplex. The Terraces at Paddington is the largest project ever undertaken by owner and operator Presbyterian Aged Care (PAC) in New South Wales. PAC CEO Paul Sadler said, “The first stage of The Terraces at Paddington has now come alive. These iconic buildings truly allow us to provide excellence in aged care.” Regional Managing Director of Multiplex David Ghannoum said, “It’s fantastic to see the various components of accommodation at The Terraces coming together and creating a real sense of community for residents. We are very proud to be partnering with Presbyterian Aged Care to deliver high quality accommodation for our ageing population.” Stage One of The Terraces at Paddington comprises o... more
Kokoda Property

Brisbane’s largest non-bank funded project receives $120 million

Luxury developer, Kokoda Property, has received $120 million from one of the world’s biggest global investment firms to fund the construction of its highly acclaimed Chester & Ella project in Newstead, Brisbane. The deal is one of Brisbane’s largest non-bank funded deals secured over the past 12 months and Goldman Sachs’ first deal over $100 million in Brisbane. With a seven-day concierge and amenity that rivals the best five-star international hotels, the project has been a top sales performer in every quarter, according to data advisory firm Place Advisory. Goldman Sachs’ entry into residential and commercial property lending comes as APRA’s clampdown on the big four banks’ lending habits is reducing the ability of developers to move their projects forward. Kokoda Property’s director of capital and investment, Rick Impala, said the US Investment bank’s decisi... more
The University of Melbourne

Two new developments at The University of Melbourne

Kane has secured two significant developments at The University of Melbourne. The $59M Western Edge Bioscience (WEBS) Project includes the construction of a new 10,875m2 facility consisting of PC2 certified laboratories. The Western Edge Bioscience program will create a world-class precinct for biosciences teaching, research, and training. The second project is the $53M Werribee Redevelopment. The Werribee Campus contains vital infrastructure for the Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences activities, including a veterinary hospital, an equine centre, various animal research facilities, teaching facilities and student accommodation. Kane has delivered a range of projects at The University of Melbourne including the multi-award winning $66M University of Melbourne Arts West Redevelopment. The key consultant team for WEBS includes HASSELL, Donald Cant Watts Corke, Aurec... more
Hospital

Lendlease chosen for $169.5 million hospital redevelopment

Lendlease has been selected to build the state-of-the-art expansion of Goulburn Valley Health in Shepparton, Victoria. The State Government has announced the $169.5 million redevelopment, which will include a new four-storey building with 64 inpatient beds, 10 intensive care unit beds and seven operating theatres, as well as a brand-new emergency department. Joe Kokai, General Manager Building Victoria, said the announcement was a proud moment for Lendlease, and in particular the local delivery team. “We are thrilled to be redeveloping Goulburn Valley Health in Shepparton, which will join our growing portfolio of major hospital facilities successfully delivered, reinforcing our reputation in the healthcare and broader social infrastructure space,” Mr Kokai said. Lendlease completed both the new Monash Children’s Hospital and new Bendigo Hospital earlier this year, and i... more