Stadium Australia is being redeveloped into a world-class 70,000-seat rectangular stadium, which will bring 46,000 seats closer to the action than ever before. The redevelopment will deliver the ultimate customer and visitor experience, enabling NSW to attract and play host to the best events in the world.
The Hamad International Airport Expansion in Doha, Qatar responds to a significant increase in passenger numbers. WT is providing high level Cost Plans for Scheme 1: Early Capacity - Existing Terminal Expansion and Scheme 2: Long Term Development – Western Campus.
In April 2014, the Australian Government confirmed Badgerys Creek as the site for a Western Sydney Airport (WSA). In August 2014, the Government formally issued a Notice to Consult to Southern Cross Airports Corporations (SCAC) as contemplated under the Right of First Refusal (ROFR) process laid out in the lease for Kingsford Smith Airport (KSA). This effectively triggered the commencement of consultations and detailed planning for WSA, the first major Greenfield airport development in decades.
Melbourne Airport is expecting to accommodate an additional 31 million annual passengers by 2033. To meet expected demand; the Multi-Level Structure (MLS) and associated civil works project was a key requirement to improve Melbourne Airport's intermediate road network, service infrastructure and parking facilities within the airport's Southern Precinct.
After a six month design competition, attracting over 20 entries in the first stage, four teams were shortlisted with Francis-Jones Moreham Thorp (fjmt) winning the design competition for the new City of Casey Cultural Precinct.
The New Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre will create a new home for the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre along with new cancer research and clinical services for Melbourne Health and The University of Melbourne.
The National ANZAC Centre is an Interpretive Centre built to commemorate the centenary of the first and second convoy of ships taking Australian and New Zealand troops to Europe (ultimately Gallipoli) in the First World War.
Construction of a new container terminal at Webb Dock East, New Automotive terminal at Webb Dock West, Automotive PDI Facilities and infrastructure upgrades to Swanson Dock.
Civic and Public Domain, Featured Infrastructure Cost Engineering, Hotels and Leisure, Mixed Use, Offices - Base Building, Offices - Fitout, Residential, Tall Buildingsadmin
Barangaroo South will be a true mixed use precinct consisting of commercial office buildings, residential apartments, an international hotel, shops, cafes, restaurants, and cultural facilities.
WT was commissioned by Marsh & Mc Lennon Companies to provide full quantity surveying services for the integrated fitout of their new premises in Collins Square, Melbourne.
WT provided full quantity surveying services for the Sciences Transformation Project located within the Banks Precinct of the Australian National University. The precinct provides world class accommodation for the ongoing scientific endeavour of major chemistry and biological sciences teaching and research within the University.
WT was commissioned by Dexus Property Group (Dexus) and Scentre Group (SG) to undertake the project price negotiation and recommendation, post contract administration and principals representative role on the retail extension and upgrade works.
The Activity Centre incorporates a new regional integrated community sport, recreation and education precinct including facilities for the Freemantle Football Club and education facilities for Curtin University.
WT was engaged by BUPA to provide full quantity surveying services, including cost planning, full tender and post contract administration services through the construction phase for their development at 82 Allum St Bankstown on the site of the former Yagoona Bowling Club.
The $200 million redevelopment of the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery will create more than twice the present display space, including a dedicated facility for travelling exhibitions that will enable the Museum to host international exhibitions of a standard never before seen in Tasmania.
To allow relocation of the Royal Australian Air Force’s (RAAF) Officer Training School (OTS) from Point Cook to East Sale, over 20,000 m2 of new floor space including new teaching, office, living-in accommodation and a new mess hall were required to accommodate up to 300 OTS students per year.
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.