Construction of the City of Greater Geelong’s new headquarters is nearing a significant milestone with the Glue Laminated Timber beams and Cross Laminated Timber floor panels soon to be introduced to the structure.
The $200 million Adelaide Airport Terminal Expansion project is on target to finish up to three months early thanks to outstanding collaboration between BESIX Watpac and the client, Adelaide Airport Limited.
Queensland Government Minister for Employment and Small Business and Minister for Training and Skills Development, Di Farmer has recognised the commitment by BESIX Watpac to Indigenous training, employment and engagement during a site tour of the company’s signature complex construction project, Jubilee Place in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley.
Planning for the delivery of the Canterbury Multi-Use Arena (CMUA) in Christchurch is now well underway with the signing of the Pre Contract Services Agreement between the Christchurch City Council and BESIX Watpac on behalf of the Kōtui Team.
Jubilee Place is by any measure an extraordinary building. It has a steel exoskeleton consisting of large prefabricated tubular steel diagrid sections which are lifted into place and assembled onsite.
Distinguished social justice and Indigenous rights advocate Mick Gooda has delivered a compelling address to BESIX Watpac head office staff in Brisbane outlining the most important steps Australians can take to achieve true reconciliation.