The Vogue development, the tallest tower south of Melbourne’s CBD, incorporates 498 luxury apartments over 31 levels plus a two level mixed use podium.
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.
WT Partnership was appointed Independent Certifier for the Hopkins Correctional Centre Expansion project in late 2012.
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 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.
WT Partnership oversaw cost planning services and quantity surveying services to Crown through the masterplanning phase of the West End precinct redevelopment. The project included major redevelopment of the gaming, dining, and entertainment facilities located on level 1 of the western end of the complex.
In 2008 WT Partnership was engaged to provide quantity surveying services and fulfil the role of Independent Certifier and Independent Verifier for the PPP design and construction contract of a biosciences research facility at Melbourne’s La Trobe University for the Victorian Department of Primary Industries.