The project includes the phased development of a new 35,000 m2 domestic terminal facility designed to cater for up to 20 million passengers per annum.
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.
Staged extension and redevelopment of this major regional shopping centre to provide new retail, malls, Coles Supermarket, Target, mini majors such as JB HiFi, restaurants and a “Glasshouse” dining precinct, a new library for Brisbane City Council and extensive car parking and roadworks.
WTP 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.
WT Partnership 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.
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.
Located 560 km north of Adelaide, South Australia, Olympic Dam is a multi-mineral underground mine. It is the world’s fourth largest remaining copper and gold deposit and the world’s largest known uranium deposit. It also contains significant quantities of silver.
The new Melbourne Convention Centre is fully integrated with the existing Melbourne Exhibition Centre to create the most versatile and advanced convention and exhibition centre in the Southern Hemisphere.
WT Partnership provided quantity surveying and construction cost management services on the construction of the Holcim’s Precast Concrete Manufacturing Facility at Swanbank Enterprise Park.
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.
To improve service reliability along the corridor upgrades were required at Westall including the construction of 2.7 km of third track between Centre Road and Springvale Road and additional overnight storage space for five trains at the Westall stabling depot.
WTP was engaged in 2012 to prepare detailed cost estimates for the works involved for the closure of all the stations, terminating the ticketing, power and other services, and removing the train sets from the track at the maintenance facility on Darling Drive along with removal of the support columns.
A number of WTP’s staff were seconded to Connex (and then Metro) to provide estimating, cost planning and contract administration services for Metro Trains CAPEX program across Melbourne’s metropolitan train network.
To accommodate 38 new X’Trapolis trains additional storage and maintenance facilities were required at Craigieburn Train Station. The works included the construction of an additional nine train roads, a new maintenance facility, a train wash bay and a staff amenities building.
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.
WT Partnership acted as Independent Certifier for joint venture developers APN and Grocon for their 12-level development at 150 Collins Street.
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.
Undertaken as part of Burswood’s $750 million redevelopment the Gaming Extension project comprised construction of an expansion of the gaming floor onto an existing podium deck, high quality fitout for casino gaming plus a pub, bar, restaurant, cafe, entertainment lounge and amenities.