Transitioning back into the workplace involves many health and safety issues, we’re also ensuring the psychological safety of our team is protected. Here are our top tips.
By putting a strategy in place we will prepare, or be in a position to rebut, claims and endeavour to de-risk the project for the benefit of all parties.
The understanding of risk in projects has never been as important as it is today.
Employing over one million Australians and generating billions of dollars the industry is critical to the functioning of the economy.
“I’ve been fortunate to work at a company that has only ever seen my skills and intelligence, rather than focusing on my hearing impairment.” WT’s Gavin Balharrie on making his way in the industry and the empowering, progressive culture that WT fosters.
As the impact of Coronavirus is starting to impact Italy, projects relying on the supply of marble, fittings and furniture from Italy are facing lengthy delays, WT’s Nick Deeks comments in the AFR.
WT’s Nick Deeks in the Australian National Construction Review on the futurist mindset we need to embrace in order to grow in a smart sustainable way.
Australia’s building contractors are facing delays from China-based factories which remain closed because of the COVID-19 virus, threatening site shutdowns that could cost the largest projects as much as $200,000 a day in damages. WT’s David Stewart comments in Commercial Real Estate and the Financial Review.
WT’s Sam Alexander talks on Value Over Cost in Workplace Design. Good design is a vital component of any workplace. It can be challenging to fit every good design idea into a business case budget, so what should you prioritise?
As we begin a new year and look towards a future with a projected population growth to 31 million over the next 15 years, it’s evident that the bodies representing infrastructure don’t have enough power – and those that do aren’t cutting it – Nick Deeks comments in Sourceable.
It costs an extra $250,000 to include all these features, but it would be difficult – if not impossible – to build them retrospectively.
View a snippet from WT Melbourne’s recent 70th anniversary celebrations to get a glimpse into WT life.
WT has launched its Construction Market Conditions, October 2019 report summarising trends in the construction industry for each state and forecasting tender price escalations.
How to tell whether an apartment building is financially healthy before you buy in, from WT’s Adam Adkin, published in Domain.