Projects

  • Precinct

    Cairns Performing Arts Precinct wins urban design award

    The Cairns Performing Arts Precinct, delivered in collaboration with CA Architects and Andrew Prowse Landscape Architect with Cairns Regional Council, has won this year’s Minister’s Award for Urban Design. ... more
  • 1980s

    Bringing a 1980s office space to the 21st century

    Investment and property development company Wallum Partners is taking on the task of revamping a 1980s office space in inner Brisbane into a fully refurbished, all ability friendly, sustainable commercial offic... more
  • marina

    Construction full steam ahead at marina precinct

    Work on the world-class boat harbour and tourism precinct, The Waterfront, Shell Cove, is progressing well with expert hotel and tavern operators secured, piling for the inner harbour complete and piling underw... more
  • New urban community will embrace unique culture

    Leading Australian property group TOGA and partner Danias Group have announced the Development Application (DA) has been approved for ‘Wicks Place’, the first residential project in the transformation of Ma... more

City of Parramatta appoints builder for striking new civic building

Following a rigorous 12-month selection process, Built, has just been appointed by City of Paramatta Council to construct 5 Parramatta Square – the City’s eye-catching new civic, cultural and community building. City of Parramatta Lord Mayor Cr Bob Dwyer said the 5 Parramatta Square is the jewel in the crown of the world-class Parramatta Square precinct. “The site of 5 Parramatta Square is challenging and Built has come up with innovative ideas for constructing a multi-purpose building with a unique facade. The company is already delivering 6 and 8 Parramatta Square, part of Australia’s largest ur... more

Works progressing on Melbourne’s newest community hub

One year after construction commenced, Melbourne’s largest community hub is starting to take shape. The Munro development, adjacent to Queen Victoria Market, has reached an important milestone with excavation now complete and construction starting on the foundation and the basement car park. Lord Mayor Sally Capp said City of Melbourne is on track to deliver the city's newest community hub with a childcare centre, community facilities, event spaces and affordable housing. “We're expecting 24,000 new residents in this area by 2040 so it's essential we provide more community facilities and pedestrian ... more
refuge

New refuge for young people experiencing homelessness

Melbourne City Mission (MCM) will redevelop and relocate one of its youth refuge services to Werribee to support young people experiencing homelessness in Melbourne’s inner west. Together with the Property Industry Foundation, and a $3.5 million investment from the Victorian Government, MCM will open a high quality, purpose-built youth refuge to break the cycle of youth homelessness. With two family units to accommodate infants and families, the redevelopment of MCM’s youth refuge will give young people aged 15-25 a chance to grow into adult independence with a level of support they currently don’t h... more
hotel trend

Canberra’s hotel trend continues with new project approval

Development approval has been granted for a new 11-storey hotel and mixed-use building at Canberra’s Garema Place as the city plaza undergoes urban renewal, continuing the city's hotel trend. Working with developer Geocon, the Fender Katsalidis designed building will encompass a 5-star hotel with over 200 rooms, a rooftop pool and bar as well as commercial and office space. Fender Katsalidis associate director Jacqueline Bartholomeusz says the project continues the new high-quality hotel trend coming to Canberra that tie in with the regeneration across various precincts. “The project offering with l... more
mass timber

Victoria’s largest mass timber project tops out

Multiplex has reached a major construction milestone on La Trobe University’s $100 million student accommodation project at its Bundoora campus, topping out the mass timber twin building development. This project is the largest mass timber construction project currently underway in Victoria, with the entire development utilising a full cross-laminated timber (CLT) and glulam structure. Designed by JCB Architects to be highly sustainable, the project will deliver an additional 624 beds across two separate buildings linked by common amenities and landscaping. When complete it will bring the total number of... more

Australia’s first of its kind urban hub approved for development

Frasers Property Industrial and Winten Property Group have received development approval for Australia’s first ‘Community Business District’ - the $750 million Macquarie Exchange. Located at the entrance to Macquarie Park’s new Sydney Metro station, Macquarie Exchange will convert a 15,620 sqm site into 83,368 sqm (gross floor area) across four state-of-the-art buildings. The largest building, MQX 1, will be 17 storeys, while the remaining three buildings (MQX 2, 3 and 4) will be 9 storeys high. Macquarie Exchange is approved to comprise 74,093 sqm of commercial (net lettable area), 5,693 sqm of... more

New secondary college in Shepparton now one step closer

The building contract for the new state-of-the-art  Greater Shepparton Secondary College was recently awarded to Hansen Yuncken Pty Ltd. Victorian Minister for Education, James Merlino said the appointment means Greater Shepparton families are a step closer to getting the great local secondary school facilities their kids need to thrive. The school, to be built on the site of the former Shepparton High School, will accommodate between 2700 and 3000 students and offer them broader subject choices, new learning and pathway opportunities, and better educational support in world-class facilities. This incl... more

Brisbane office recognised as global ‘Game Changer’

Australian independent engineering consultancy, Floth, has received further global recognition for its innovative Brisbane headquarters, which is the only building in Australia nominated as a ‘Game Changer’ in the World Green Building Council (WorldGBC) Online Case Study Library. In fact, the office complex, located at 69 Robertson Street in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley, is one of only three buildings in the world that has been designated as a 'Game Changer' – from a list of 128 projects. The WorldGBC Library showcases the most cutting-edge examples of sustainable building from around the world, wit... more