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PARQ on Flinders is where tranquility and architectural innovation find harmony in Wollongong’s CBD. Truly at the centre of it all, PARQ on Flinders provides the ultimate inner city living experience. Nestled among breathtaking grounds, this much-anticipated address offers fabulous amenities, inspired design and panoramic city, escarpment and ocean views. It’s perfectly positioned to enjoy the cosmopolitan urban lifestyle that this high-growth location has to offer, with the city centre, transport, the entertainment precinct and beaches all just a short stroll away.
UGL provides downstream maintenance, shutdown and modification project services to ConocoPhillips on behalf of Australia Pacific Liquefied Natural Gas (APLNG) at the Gladstone Liquefied Natural Gas facility on Curtis Island, off the North Queensland coast.
Inland Rail is a once-in-a-generation project connecting regional Australia to domestic and international markets.
It will complete the ‘spine’ of the national freight network between Melbourne and Brisbane via regional Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland. It’s the largest freight rail infrastructure project in Australia, with early works to start this year and is expected to be operational in 2024-2025.
The project will duplicate and electrify 8km of the Stony Point Rail Line from Frankston to Baxter.
The 2,800 kilometre Outback Way links Laverton in Western Australia with Winton in Queensland via Alice Springs in the Northern Territory. In the Federal Budget, the government has committed a further $160 million to seal and widen sections of Outback Way
The Federal Government is currently working with State Governments to identify the highest priority sections for upgrade
The Australian and NSW governments are jointly funding a $3.6 billion road investment program for western Sydney. The Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan (WSIP) is delivering major road infrastructure upgrades to support an integrated transport solution for the region and capitalise on the economic benefits from developing the Western Sydney Airport
The project will involve planning and preconstruction activities to construct a rail line in south-east Melbourne to service the Monash Precinct. The project will complete a business case to determine the optimal solution to address congestion along the corridor, such as heavy or light rail. The project will also undertake detailed planning and early construction works. The aim of the project is to connect the Monash precinct to the Melbourne transport network and provide access to economic activity in central Melbourne. A second stage of the proposal could extend to Rowville.
Delivering an adaptable workplace focused on employee health and wellbeing, Melbourne Quarter has delivered its first commercial tower, One Melbourne Quarter, at 699 Collins Street.
Owned by the Lendlease-managed Australian Prime Property Fund (APPF) Commercial, approximately 400 Lendlease employees occupy three levels of the 13-storey building. Global design and engineering firm Arup also occupy the building, with wealth manager AMP moving in by 2019
The first stage of the Canberra light rail project includes design and construction of a 12km light rail route from the fast-growing area of Gungahlin to the City, with 13 stops, depot, road, signalling and preparatory works and the ongoing operation and maintenance of the light rail system.
Works are under way on the new 53-storey tower at the Star Entertainment Group’s Broadbeach Island site on the Gold Coast.
The $400 million development will offer 316 hotel rooms and an additional 423 residential apartments, marking the first foray into the Australian market for the international Dorsett brand.
The Dorsett Hotel will deliver the ASX- listed Star its third hotel as part of its broader $2 billion plans for the precinct with a vision that will see seven towers on the Broadbeach island site.
CPB Contractors is working with the Brisbane Airport Corporation Pty Ltd to construct the New Parallel Runway in a 50:50 joint venture with BMD Constructions. Includes: 3.3 km runway and 12km taxi way, airfield infrastructure of lighting, utilities, signage, operations roads, drainage, landscaping, fencing, andc control systems.
Foresight Solar Australia has awarded UGL the contract to design and build stage one of the Bannerton 110MWDC Solar Park, near Robinvale in Victoria. UGL is undertaking the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) of the solar park, including the associated substation and electricity network grid connection.
Operating among 90,000 trees on a working almond farm, the UGL team is constructing the single axis tracking system, substation and network grid connection. Once operational, UGL will operate and maintain (O&M) the Bannerton Solar Farm for an initial two-year period.
The scope of work includes:
operations & maintenance
The Byerwen Mine is located 20 kilometres west of Glenden in Queensland’s Bowen Basin. Once operational the Byerwen Mine will produce up to 10 million tonnes of hard coking coal per year.
Coal from the Byerwen Mine will be railed to Abbot Point Coal Terminal for export.
Byerwen Coal was granted the mining leases required for the project in May 2017. Construction and mining operations have commenced.
The new Royal Adelaide Hospital will provide world class health care and facilities for South Australians.
The SAHP consortium includes Pacific Partnerships (sponsor and equity investor) and CPB Contractors (design and construction).
The new Royal Adelaide Hospital is one of the most technologically advanced hospitals in Australia and reflects international best practice. Scope is an 800 bed facility providing provides a full range of complex medical, surgical, diagnostic and support services, planned, designed and built around the needs of patients
Work has begun on the construction of an aquatic centre and park in Sydney’s Green Square district, designed by Andrew Burges Architects with Grimshaw and Taylor Cullity Lethlean. The Gunyama Park Aquatic and Recreation Centre is the largest development of its kind since the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Located at Joynton Avenue, the site will house a 50-metre outdoor pool, a 25-metre indoor pool, a leisure pool, a hydrotherapy pool and a gymnasium. The design of the complex, which was unanimously selected over 144 other entries in a competition run by the City of Sydney in 2014, is inspired by rock pool formations, with the two lane pools arranged around an organically shaped “beach.”
Thiess commenced operations at Curragh Coal Mine in 2004 with the construction of mine infrastructure. Under our current contract, we will remove up to 49 million cubic metres of overburden and 9.3 million tonnes of coal annually. Our scope also includes operation and maintenance of our own mobile plant and equipment, as well as the client’s Bucyrus 495HR2 electric rope shovel.
Western Sydney Airport: The early earthworks include the delivery of bulk earthworks and moving more than 1.8 million cubic metres of earth; Construction of a new and realigned Badgerys Creek Road; and A new intersection at Elizabeth Drive, in collaboration with Roads and Maritime Services
Timeless, Elegant and Iconic.
This is the vision for the new addition to Melbourne’s skyline, One Queensbridge hotel and residences. At 325 metres high, the 90-storey building is set to become Australia’s tallest – taking luxury accommodation and personalised service to new heights.
One Queensbridge will feature uninterrupted, 360-degree city views and will be directly connected to the world-class dining and entertainment on offer at Crown Melbourne Integrated Resort. It will include a 388 room luxury six-star hotel, a unique rooftop bar and dining experience and 708 high-end residences, that will deliver a new standard in apartment living.
The new Inner City North State Secondary College (SSC) will be delivered in conjunction with the Queensland University of Technology (QUT). The school will be a flagship, future-focused educational facility for Years 7-12 in Brisbane’s inner north.
The school will be located on St Pauls Terrace and Brookes Street in Fortitude Valley. The school will service growing communities in and around Fortitude Valley, Newstead, Bowen Hills and New Farm and relieve enrolment pressure on Kelvin Grove State College. The school will open in 2020 to Year 7 students and will grow each year to 2025 when it will accommodate 1,500 students in Years 7-12.
Laing O’Rourke is building North Sydney’s largest and tallest commercial tower on behalf of DEXUS Property Group, incorporating the latest innovations in high rise design and construction.
100 Mount Street is a development site in the heart of the North Sydney CBD on the corner of Mount and Walker Streets.
The landmark building is under construction and will deliver over 40,000m² net lettable area of premium high-rise office accommodation.
Melbourne’s busiest train lines will now pass through a new tunnel under the city. The Melbourne Metro Tunnel will create a new end-to-end rail line from Sunbury in the west to Cranbourne/Pakenham in the south-east.
Construction of the Metro Tunnel includes;
Twin nine-kilometre rail tunnels from the west of the city to the south-east as part of a new Sunbury to Cranbourne/Pakenham line
New underground stations at Arden, Parkville, Domain and two new CBD stations directly connected to the City Loop at Flinders Street and Melbourne Central stations
Train/tram interchange at Domain
High capacity signalling to maximise the efficiency of the new fleet of High Capacity Metro Trains
Your exclusive lifestyle on the Swan is now within reach. With The Towers at Elizabeth Quay close to completion, now is the time to secure your luxurious residence within Perth’s most prestigious waterside precinct. This unique opportunity is the first of its kind and grants you unparalleled living alongside the Ritz-Carlton, Swan River, Kings Park and Stirling Gardens.
Queensland’s tallest residential tower, the $1.2 billion “Spirit”, will rise almost 300 metres above the Gold Coast and inject $1.84 billion into its economy.
Chinese-backed developer Forise Holdings said the 89-storey residential apartment Spirit Tower, offering 479 residential dwellings, will create a new landmark for Gold Coast city.
Spirit Tower is of mass proportions and will include an unprecedented 2700sq m of residential facilities, a 1800sq m four-bedroom penthouse said to cost $38.8 million, rooftop facilities and include three levels of ground floor retail.
Canberra construction giant Geocon has unveiled the “jewel in the crown” of its major city project, a $65 million luxury apartment complex directly opposite Glebe Park.
Envie would be built alongside Geocon’s Tryst and Metropol towers, marking the final piece in the developer’s $319 million redevelopment of its sprawling Cooyong Street land holding. The eight-storey complex would include 90 units, five commercial spaces and a rooftop garden on land at the corner of Boolee Street.
Due to be completed by mid-2020, Metropol features 247 units including one, two and three-bedroom apartments and penthouses, and a 200sqm four bedroom penthouse.
There are also two-storey “SOHO” terraces with courtyards available, uniquely designed for residents to have an office downstairs and their living space upstairs—a nod to the increase in people working from home.
The project includes three iconic towers – the two tallest at 27 storeys – plus two lower-rise buildings, totalling circa 1,200 new apartments, a 130-room hotel and approximately 6,000sqm of commercial and retail accommodation including an anchor supermarket of 1,400sqm. Located on a 1.6hectare block opposite Lake Ginninderra, the precinct is well connected to surrounding open space and amenities, with easy links to the lake’s edge, cycle and walking paths and public transport. The site is also close to other commercial and office areas in Belconnen, UC Senior Secondary College, Canberra International Sports and Aquatic Centre (CISAC), Westfield Shopping Centre and the University of Canberra.
A striking new cultural destination is under development on Australia’s Gold Coast. Being delivered on a 16.9-hectare site within walking distance of Surfers Paradise, HOTA, Home of the Arts will be a heart for arts, culture and creative enterprise.
With new visual and performing arts facilities and a programmed outdoor artscape, the completed HOTA will support the city’s already thriving cultural evolution.
The concept for our new heart for arts and culture – created by ARM Architecture + Topotek1 – is the result of an international design competition and is the basis of a cultural destination for residents and visitors which will evolve in stages over the next 10 to 15 years.
With an art hotel, creative industries, cafes and other facilities, HOTA will come alive with 24-hour activity and a world-class artistic and cultural program.
Due for completion in 2019, the 235-metre skyscraper will be the tallest residential tower in Sydney’s CBD. Built for Chinese Developer Greenland, the development will house 479 spectacular 1, 2 and 3 bedroom luxury apartments, plus stunning sub-penthouse and penthouse residences across 67 levels.
Unique and revolutionary “Sydney Balconies” allow true indoor-outdoor connections with the glass-fronted balconies providing protection from wind and noise.
The building will also include retail tenancies, carparks and a creative hub as part of City of Sydney’s public domain works.
Due for completion in 2020, the redevelopment will boost an already dynamic creative hub with new opportunities for rich and diverse cultural works and events for public enjoyment.
On completion, the revitalised Walsh Bay Arts precinct will be home to an expanded group of prestigious companies: Sydney Theatre Company; Sydney Dance Company; Bangarra Dance Theatre; Philharmonia Choirs; Gondwana Choirs; The Song Company; Bell Shakespeare, Australian Chamber Orchestra and Australian Theatre of Young People. The redevelopment includes:
Claremont on the Park is a residential development located in the suburb of Claremont, 9km west of Perth’s CBD.
Awarded by Mirvac, Broad has been engaged to construct The Grandstand (Lot 504) and The Reserve (Lot 505) – both sophisticated apartment buildings located in a new residential complex overlooking historic Claremont Oval.
The two residential apartment buildings share a common two-level basement over 12,000sqm and comprise a total of 234 apartments totalling 24,000sqm. Broad will also undertake all fit-outs and finishes of the apartments.
Circular Quay is going through a once-in-a-generation rejuvenation with Billions of dollars being invested into the precinct which will convert it into a world-class destination.
The Circular Quay Tower which will be part of the 180 George St precinct will be the centrepiece that will make a massive impact on the Northern end of the Sydney CBD skyline.
The NSW Government has approved the $200 million upgrade of the Bayswater Power Station in NSW’s Hunter region, ensuring the station’s safe, reliable and efficient operation until its scheduled closure in 2035.
Bayswater’s 2,640 megawatts (MW) of power is a significant contributor to the state’s energy supply. Bayswater is Australia’s second largest coal-fired power station producing enough to energy to power two million homes
High-rise king Harry Triguboff has unveiled plans for his first beachfront tower in a 54-year development career – an eye-catching 73-level super-tower close to the heart of Surfers Paradise.
The tower, Ocean, will not be the tourist capital’s tallest building but it will be the biggest – it will have nearly 200 more apartments than fellow super-tower Q1.
METRONET vision: A well connected Perth with more transport, housing and employment choices.
With approximately 72 kilometres of new passenger rail and up to 18 new stations, METRONET is a catalyst to turn over 5,000 hectares of land around new stations to desirable places for investment in housing, jobs and services for growing communities. As one of the largest single investments in public transport that the city has seen, METRONET will help positively change how people live and travel in Perth.
Two residential towers
Spectacular rooftop spaces and
This project will duplicate the remaining 2.9 kilometre freight rail single track section of the Port Botany Rail Line (PBRL) between Mascot and Botany, and construct a 1.4 kilometre passing loop to allow trains to pass at Cabramatta.
The redevelopment of the Ivanhoe Estate at Macquarie Park into a sustainable and dynamic community has reached an important milestone
NSW Land and Housing Corporation (LAHC) has been working with the Aspire Consortium (Frasers Property Australia and Mission Australia Housing) on transforming the 8.2 hectare site on the corner of Herring Road and Epping Road. World-class urban design, quality facilities and public open spaces will support a cohesive and sustainable community and make Ivanhoe a highly desirable place to live.
Current planning controls indicate that the site has a gross floor area of around 278,000m2 which, dependent on unit sizes, will allow for a range of 3,000 – 3,400 units including over 950 social housing units and 128 affordable rental homes being built over the next 10-12 years.
The Pacific Highway upgrade is one of Australia’s largest road infrastructure projects. The Australian and New South Wales Governments have been upgrading will be completed by 2020.
Roads and Maritime Services is upgrading the Princes Highway between Berry and Bomaderry. The $450 million project will improve safety, increase road capacity, improve traffic flow and deliver better and more reliable journeys on this section of the highway.
Planning is currently underway to construct a new four lane Princes Highway bridge over the Shoalhaven River at Nowra. The Federal Government will fund half of the projects total $310 million cost with the New South Wales Government chipping in the other $155 million. On average, around 50,000 vehicles will cross the bridge every day.
Stage 1 of the Parramatta Light Rail will link Westmead to Carlingford via the Parramatta CBD and Camellia. The light rail will connect some of Parramatta’s busiest regions, including, the Westmead Precinct, the new Western Sydney Stadium, the new Powerhouse Museum and three Western Sydney University campuses.
AJP Civils have been awarded early works on the Phase I stage of the Inland Rail Projecct. The project aims to connect australia’s major cities with standard gauge rail
CPB Contractors is working with Queensland Corrective Services to deliver significant facility upgrades at the Capricornia Correctional Centre that will support an increase in capacity and ongoing prison services.
The design and construct contract will generate revenue to CPB Contractors of approximately $145 million :164 residential cells, 100 bunks.officers station, electronic security upgrade
According to Queensland’s Department of Transport and Main Roads, the Bruce Highway Upgrade Program is the largest road infrastructure program that Queensland has ever seen. The decade long program will improve safety, flood resilience and capacity along the Bruce Highway from Brisbane to Cairns. The $8.5 billion program will receive $6.7 billion from the Australian Government with another $1.8 billion being contributed by the Queensland Government.
The Bruce Highway runs over 1,677 kilometres from Brisbane to Cairns and is Queensland’s most significant highway. Traffic levels on the Bruce Highway range from 4,000 to 145,000 vehicles each day.
The Melbourne Airport Rail Link (MARL) is a proposed rail transit service between the Tullamarine Airport and the Melbourne CBD.
•Stage 1 – Resort – 30 Level Tower (Completed)
•Stage 2 – Resort – 61 Level Tower with Retail
•Stage 3 – Resort – 55 Level Tower with mixed-use retail including a supermarket and recreational outlets including an ice rink.
•Stage 4 – 30 Level Tower with retail/commercial at ground level.
Brisbane Showgrounds adjoins the Fortitude Valley entertainment precinct and is only 1.6
kilometres from the Brisbane CBD. Over the next 10 years, it will become a vibrant new destination
where 15,000 people will live, work and play.
King Street forms the heart of the $2.9 billion Brisbane Showgrounds re-development, providing
access for vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists, and a new mixed-use destination for inner city
272 Hedges Avenue presents an unparalleled residential experience in the ultimate lifestyle location, set amongst endless coastline and beachfront parklands, and only moments from the vibrant retail and dining precincts of Broadbeach and Pacific Fair.Rising 44-storeys above its seaside setting, each residence is perfected by the timeless qualities of refined design and craftsmanship. Home designs include a selection of two-bedroom plus media room, and three-bedroom plus media room apartments, sky homes, sub-penthouses, and penthouses. Premium resident facilities include a dedicated concierge service, residents lounge, boardroom, function room, swimming pool, spa, gym, sauna and steam room, and treatment rooms.
RIVER TERRACE is a staged development of two towers (North tower 35 levels, and the South tower 47 levels) sitting on a 2 storey podium with a recreational terrace on Level 2.
The development will provide a total of 503 apartments with a mix of 1, 2, and 3 bedroom units in the towers, 280 short term suites and 5 townhomes in the podium.
The towers are comprised of residential and short term suites, whereby the residential component is located on the upper levels of the North Tower and all of the South Tower.
Sydney Metro Northwest is an under-construction rapid transit link to the north-western suburbs of Sydney, New South Wales. Australia. The Northwest Metro is being managed by Transport for New South Wales and is proposed to connect Rouse Hill to Chatswood via Castle Hill and Epping
Transurban Queensland’s $512 million Logan Enhancement Project includes widening sections of the Logan and Gateway motorways, improving key congestion hot spots (Logan Motorway/Mt Lindesay Highway/Beaudesert Road interchange and the Wembley Road/Logan Motorway interchange) and constructing new south-facing on and off-ramps on the Gateway Motorway at Compton Road
Construct a water treatment plant up to 80 ML/day capacity to treat water from the Harris Dam for the GSTWS scheme.