- Civic and Public Domain
- Cultural and Religious
- Data Centres
- Healthcare and Sciences
- Hotels and Leisure
- Land Subdivisions
- Mining and Resources
- Mixed Use
- Offices - Base Building
- Offices - Fitout
- PPP/ P3
- Retirement and Assisted Living
- Roads, Rail and Transport
- Tall Buildings
Victoria One, which, at the time of construction, will be the second tallest residential building in Melbourne, comprises 629 one, two and three bedroom apartments over 69 levels, ground floor retail and car parking to the basement and podium levels 2 to 8.
Located on the site of the old Savoy Theatre on the corner of Spencer and Bourke Street, the 255 m tall, 78 level, Premier apartment / hotel tower comprises retail tenancies on Ground Level, 160 hotel rooms on levels 1 to 5, and 780 apartments on Levels 6-77, along with ancillary / health / pool facilities.
Located in the heart of Melbourne’s Southbank precinct the 254 m high, 74 storey irregular shaped Prima Pearl was unique in that the building was handed over to residents in stages, with 300 apartments handed over to their new owners in June 2014, almost a full year ahead of final project completion.
Featherbrook Shopping Centre comprised the greenfield development of a neighbourhood centre, providing a full size supermarket, speciality shops, an enclosed entry mall and food court, two level commercial office and an architecturally striking free standing block of three restaurants.
Being constructed under a 25-year design, build, operate PPP contract the Eastern Goldfields Prison Redevelopment project includes a new 350 bed prison, catering for both genders across all security ratings adjacent to the existing 100 bed prison.
Melbourne Airport’s concourse upgrade, baggage services and Secondary Examination Area (SEA) enhancement development located in the International Arrivals Reclaim Hall.
A 6,500 m² expansion to the west of the international satellite and included additional international departures bussing capacity, relocated and expanded international transit screening facilities, increased departures lounge seating and new floor area for premium airline lounges.
WT were engaged by National Australia Bank (NAB) at Stage 1 (due diligence through to business case) and then into detailed design, tender and construction of their $303 million Docklands Campus 2 development at 700 Bourke Street.
WT has been working with AMP Capital on their redevelopment plans for the Circular Quay Precinct.
WT were engaged by Australian Government Department of Defence to provide full quantity surveying services, including cost planning, full tender and post contract administration services through the construction phase to final account for the proposed facilities at Tobruk Line, Holsworthy.
Established on its current site in 1963, the Royal Children’s Hospital is a state-wide teaching, training and research paediatric hospital which provides a full range of child and adolescent health services including mental health services and is the designated provider for super specialist paediatric services for Victoria and Tasmania.
WT provided quantity surveying services to Plenary Group and the South Australian Government for the $40 million South Australian Police and Courts project, the first PPP project to be undertaken by the State.
QGC, a BG Group Business entered into an engineering, procurement and construction contract with McConnell Dowell Constructors and Consolidated Contracting Company Australia for the ‘Narrows Crossing Contract’ as part of its Export Pipeline Contract in Gladstone / Curtis Island which is part of the Queensland Curtis LNG project
WT was engaged in 2013 to assist OZMinerals in setting of budgets and cost control for a pre-feasibility and feasibility study including an exploratory decline at their Carrapateena Mine located 160 km North of Port Augusta.
WT provided pre contract cost planning advice to Construction Control from concept design up to tender stage. The project derives its name from its funder, Canberra Airport owner, philanthropist and Old Boy of Canberra Grammar School, Mr Terry Snow.
WT was appointed Independent Certifier for the Hopkins Correctional Centre Expansion project in late 2012.
The Spring Gully Phase 6 project involves the development of 28 production wells connected by underground water and gas gathering systems.