This landmark development involved the adaptive re-use of an existing 7 level commercial office building with the construction of a 10 level hotel extension to accommodate 220 guest rooms.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
WT acted as Independent Certifier for joint venture developers APN and Grocon for their 12-level development at 150 Collins Street.
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.
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 was appointed Independent Certifier for the Hopkins Correctional Centre Expansion project in late 2012.
The Marysville Community Hub forms part of the Victorian Bushfire Reconstruction and Recovery Authority’s charter to rebuild community assets following the devastating Black Saturday bushfires of February 2009 which destroyed the town of Marysville.