All Projects

  • International design competition launched in Singapore

    Singapore’s National Heritage Board have launched a two-stage architectural design competition and are requesting design proposals from across the globe for the upcoming Founders’ Memorial, which will be si... more
  • Construction starts on Perth’s first Smart Freeway

    Construction has commenced on Western Australia’s first Smart Freeway, aiming to deliver fast and reliable commuting times between the Perth CBD and the southern suburbs. On Sunday Federal Minister for Cit... more
  • UTS to build Australia’s first Indigenous Residential College

    The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) has announced ‘transformative’ plans to build Australia’s first Indigenous Residential College, aiming to inspire increased participation in higher education and ... more
  • Plans in motion for $450M Townsville project

    Australian design practice, Conrad Gargett has been appointed to masterplan and design the highly-anticipated $450 million Hive project in Townsville. Designed as a catalytic precinct that will activate and... more

New $81M Biomedical facility completed at Monash University

Multiplex has completed works on the $81 million Biomedical Learning and Teaching Building for Monash University, delivering a new world-class education space to the Clayton campus in Victoria. Designed by high-profile architects, Denton Corker Marshall, ­the new building extends four levels and is set to provide a total of 11,400 square metres of state-of-the-art learning space for Biomedical Science students. Regional Managing Director Multiplex Victoria, Graham Cottam, said Multiplex completed the innovative new building on schedule. “This building will provide students with contemporary learning spaces and we are proud to play a pivotal role in delivering the University’s vision for higher education through revolutionary educational settings,” Mr Cottam said. Presented as a series of interlocking cuboid blocks known as ‘Flexi Labs’, the Biomedical Learning and... more

Skybridge to connect Perth Airport to new station

Construction is set to commence on a brand new Skybridge which will seamlessly connect Perth Airport’s Terminal 1 to the Airport Central Station. By 2020 passengers will be able to travel to Perth Airport by train, stopping at the Airport Central Station, which will be positioned close to the airport’s new control tower. The 280-metre elevated sheltered walkway is designed to accommodate visitors, creating a unified connection for those arriving or leaving the airport by rail. Over the weekend, Transport Minister Rita Saffioti said that the Skybridge is a major step in ensuring that public transport to the airport is as easy and user-friendly as possible for passengers and assists in creating a world-class visitor experience for all. “At the cost of a standard two-zone fare to the CBD, we see travelling to and from the airport by train as a desirable and convenient opti... more

Art Gallery of NSW’s $344M upgrade gets green light

Minister for the Arts, the Hon. Don Harwin, has  announced that the highly-anticipated $344 million Sydney Modern expansion of the Art Gallery of New South Wales has received planning approval.  The Art Gallery’s new building, designed by world-renowned Japanese architecture firm SANAA, responds to its unique site with a series of interlocked pavilions that cascade towards the Sydney Harbour and Woolloomooloo, complementing and preserving its heritage significance. The building’s exhibition space is set to nearly double, enabling the Gallery to show more of its outstanding art collection and host more international exhibitions. Minister Harwin said that this approval paves the way for the Art Gallery of NSW to become one of the world’s great art museums increasing visitation to an expected two million people a year. “Community feedback has played a vital role in fin... more

Optus Stadium named ‘Project of the Year’ at stadium awards

Optus Stadium has been named ‘Project of the Year’ at the world’s leading stadium industry awards, beating out international competition and securing its 27th accolade since opening in January. Launched in 2010, the Awards are the first industry awards nominated by the stadium sector and recognise leadership, innovation and achievement in the design, development and construction of major sports facilities across the globe. The Project of the Year Award recognises a completed new build, expansion, or major capital enhancement project of an existing venue that has delivered on all its goals and more. The award was presented on 13 November at Emirates Old Trafford Stadium in London. In awarding the prize the judges said: “fan-first design has also been adopted as the operating mantra of this wonderful new asset for Australia and the people of Perth. Opening on-budget and a... more

WA’s first mass timber office set for Fremantle

A brand new commercial development in Fremantle is aiming to deliver one of the state’s healthiest and happiest workplaces as the first mass timber-framed office development in Western Australia. Developed by Yolk Property Group in partnership with Harris Jenkins Architects and Josh Byrne and Associates, hArbour by Yolk will feature a vast range of sustainable design features. Situated in the heart of Fremantle, just 100 metres from the new King Square development, the innovative six-storey project will offer a dense vertical garden across more than half of the building’s exterior and an operable glass façade which has been designed to circulate fresh air and delivering optimal sunlight to all levels. Yolk Property Group Director, Pete Adams, said that a significant percentage of materials used in the project’s construction and fit-out would be from natural sources and a... more

North Queensland Stadium project to reach major job milestone

The Queensland Government has announced that the North Queensland Stadium's construction team is on track to induct its 1000th employee by 2019.  The new North Queensland Stadium, located in the Townsville CBD, is a joint project between the Stage Government, Federal Government and Townsville City Council. Australian construction and civil engineering company, Watpac, was appointed by the group to provide Stage 1 Managing Contractor services for the brand new 25,000 seat stadium in May 2017. Since then in a major boost for local employment, almost 99 per cent of the project’s 286,171 construction hours have been carried out by locals, with a high rate of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander participation as well. Townsville Mayor, ... more

Australia’s first off-grid, renewable classroom launches in Queensland

Minister for Energy, the Hon Angus Taylor, has officially launched Australia’s first fully off-grid renewable classroom at Bracken Ridge State High School in Queensland.  Known as ‘The Hivve’, the classroom is powered by a combination of solar and a Tesla Powerwall battery, making it entirely energy self-sufficient with the capacity to inject additional energy back into the electricity grid. With technology developed right here in Australia, Hivve is a world-first that can run fully independent of the electricity grid. Driven by proprietary technology, Hivve creates sufficient power to run its climate controlled, state-of-the-art learning space as well as feed excess power back into the school network. Hivve holds significant financial benefits for schools in terms of savings on energy costs. This is achieved by reducing the pressure on the electricity grid and eliminati... more

New lifestyle precinct launched for Geelong

The development of Geelong into a hub for culture and innovation is continuing to gain momentum with the launch of Franzé Developments’ $150 million Geelong Quarter precinct – a significant mixed-use project on the Bellarine Peninsula. Located at 44 Ryrie Street at the intersection of Fenwick Street, the 2,700 square metre site will feature a $75 million Holiday Inn & Suites Geelong, the first in Australia and the largest new hotel project in the region for almost 20 years. Geelong Quarter will also be home to the Ryrie Residences (14 luxury apartments targeting owner-occupiers), a 1,000 square metre retail plaza and 7,400 square metres of state-of-the-art commercial office space, all connected by a vibrant and highly activated street level plane. Positioned in the heart of the city’s cultural precinct with a unique northerly aspect overlooking Corio Bay, Geelong Quar... more