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Watpac adds award winning health infrastructure to its NSW portfolioThe $70 million Forensic Medicine and Coroners Court facility, delivered by Watpac for Health Infrastructure NSW, was named Best Health Building in the $50 - $100 million category at the 2019 Master Builders Association NSW Excellence in Construction Awards.
Watpac recognised for safety excellence by Brisbane Airport CorporationBrisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) has awarded Watpac with the CEO Workplace Health and Safety Award for work on the Brisbane Airport Domestic Terminal retail upgrade.
Leadership transition to drive Australian visionWatpac has announced the appointment of construction industry leader Jean-Pol Bouharmont as Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately.
Tower crane dismantled at Roma HospitalThe Roma Hospital Redevelopment reached an important milestone over the weekend with the dismantling of the 33m-high tower crane.
Watpac to build James Cook University Cairns Innovation CentreWatpac today announced it has been awarded the $24 million contract to deliver the James Cook University Cairns Innovation Centre in Cairns.
Construction officially underway at Qantas Founders MuseumConstruction for the Luminescent Longreach Stage 1 Airpark Roof Project has officially commenced following a sod turn ceremony earlier this month.
Crane gets a name at Roma Hospital RedevelopmentThe tower crane at the new Roma Hospital Redevelopment will be officially called ‘Knight Saber' after a Roma student won the project’s ‘Name the Crane’ competition.
Watpac signs agreement with EPIK to provide services for Newcastle LNG
Watpac commences work on Qantas Founders Museum Airpark Roof ProjectWork has commenced on Qantas Founders Museum’s $11.3 million Luminescent Longreach Stage 1: Airpark Roof Project with the installation of the structure’s footings underway.
Watpac set to build Poly Centre SydneyPoly Australia has officially appointed Australian construction firm Watpac with the major contract for Poly Centre at 210 George Street, Sydney, with demolition to officially kick off in the coming weeks.