Federation Square improved its digital experience for visitors with state-of-the-art, integrated multi-screen platforms, a significant Wi-Fi upgrade and a program of interactive, user-generated digital content.
WT Partnership 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.
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.
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.
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.
WT Partnership acted as Independent Certifier for joint venture developers APN and Grocon for their 12-level development at 150 Collins Street.
WT Partnership 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 Partnership has been working with AMP Capital on their redevelopment plans for the Circular Quay Precinct.
WT Partnership undertook full cost management services including feasibility estimates for various options through to final account for the Public Trustee of South Australia’s fit out to 211 Victoria Street in Adelaide.
Norton Rose, a large global law firm recently relocated to their new Brisbane head office located in the newly constructed at 111 Eagle Street, Brisbane.
WT Partnership provided full cost planning and construction cost management for Herbert Smith Freehills new office at 161 Castlereagh Street.
Energex is the sole tenant in this new building which has a 6 Star Green Star rating. The 27,000 m2 campus environment has large floor plates with a central lift core and three full height atrium spaces within the central spine of the building linked by a series of inter-tenancy staircases.
WT Partnership were engaged by Colliers International on behalf of Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) to provide full quantity surveying services, including cost planning, full tender and post contract administration services through the construction phase for their commercial fit out at 44 Market Street, Sydney.
Refurbishment of an occupied building including extensive services upgrade, as well as extensive lobby and external works. The scope of works included replacing on floor services plant and BMCS, installing new fire services systems and controls, new electrical infrastructure and reticulation and lift upgrades.
South East Water's new headquarters in in Playne Street, Frankston, within the Frankston Central Activity District, will allow their 700 staff to relocate from various smaller regional offices into a new 8 storey building.
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 Partnership 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.
The Victorian State Government’s $290 million Revitalising Central Dandenong initiative is rejuvenating Dandenong city centre to encourage $1 billion worth of private sector investment and the creation of 5,000 jobs and 4,000 new dwellings in the suburb over the next 15 years.
The Spring Gully Phase 6 project involves the development of 28 production wells connected by underground water and gas gathering systems.
WT Partnership was engaged to provide cost planning services during the Design Competition stage and acted as the Independent Certifier during the construction phase providing quarterly progress statements and determination of Practical Completion for Mirvac’s 8 Chifley Square development.
1 Williams Street comprises approximately 75,000 m2 NLA of commercial office space housing 60,000 m2 of Government offices together with integrated fitout and a further 15,000 m2 NLA of private office space together with retail facilities and car parking.