Construction Projects

Consultant appointed for $700m metal project in WA’s Midwest

An engineering, architecture, environmental and construction firm has been chosen to work on a $700 million metal development in Western Australia’s Midwest.

Resort-style retirement living project seeks design and construct partner for $100m development

Projectory can detail current tenderers vying for a major construction partner to build an aged care development proposed for Albany Creek in Queensland.

Plan for $76m civic development on NSW North Coast with contractor appointment to come

A key contact has told Projectory a head contractor will be appointed to a proposed $76 million civic development on the NSW North Coast.

Approval for $29m mixed use development in Sydney’s north

Planners have given the green light to a $29 million mixed use development in Sydney’s north.

Approval for $11m car park development in Western Sydney

Planning approval has been granted for an $11 million car park development in Western Sydney.

Contractor appointed for first residential stage of Western Sydney ‘town centre’

A head contractor has been appointed for the first residential stage of a new town centre to be built in Western Sydney.

Plan for 30-storey mixed use building in Western Sydney takes early step forward

A plan for a 30-storey mixed use development in Western Sydney has taken a significant step forward.

Tender released to make way for a residential development proposed at Qld’s University district

Projectory can provide details on a new residential development proposed for Queensland’s university district just minutes from Brisbane’s CBD.

CIMIC Group company to deliver secondary school development to inner city Brisbane

With a construction manager now selected to oversee the development of a secondary school at Brisbane south, Projectory can reveal key dates to the project timeline.

Iconic Melbourne radio station to transform into $120m tower

A South Melbourne site that once housed a famed radio station is set to be replaced by a $120 million apartment building.