The beautiful, quite enormous and fragile Vickers Vimy, made its second epic journey last night to arrive at its final destination, a new public exhibit being constructed by BESIX Watpac at the Adelaide Airport main terminal.
The Surgical Treatment and Rehabilitation Service (STARS) building at Herston Quarter took out top gong for health facilities at the 2021 Master Builders Australia National Awards in Cairns on Saturday 30 April.
BESIX Watpac has been selected by global industrial property specialists, Goodman, to deliver a state-of-the-art new multi-unit warehouse development in the heart of South Sydney’s industrial precinct.
Today marks a special milestone for Te Kaha/Canterbury Multi-Use Arena, Christchurch’s new central city stadium, with the construction team participating in a site blessing and sod-turning ceremony prior to early works commencing.
The Saint Teresa of Kolkata building at ACU Melbourne campus is a step closer to completion with the new 12-storey 18,344sqm teaching and learning space reaching its final height this week.
BESIX Watpac has been awarded further development and supply packages under the Ferry Wharf Upgrade Program (FWUP) Tranche 3, increasing the scope of our contract from three to six wharves.
Multidisciplinary construction contractor BESIX Watpac has been accepted as a member of the New Zealand Construction Sector Accord Network, a group of construction contractors committed to advancing the industry’s capability and resilience.
Multi-disciplinary Australian construction contractor BESIX Watpac has announced a key new executive appointment to strengthen its strategic focus on transport and marine infrastructure in addition to its core capabilities in health facilities, stadiums and complex commercial projects.
Christchurch City Council has formally approved the preliminary designs for the Canterbury Multi-Use Arena, clearing the way for work to begin on the next phase of the detailed design.
BESIX Watpac is delivering a stunning new exhibition space at Adelaide Airport to showcase the historic Vickers Vimy, the first aircraft to complete the journey from England to Australia.
BESIX Watpac has achieved a remarkable increase in its orderbook during 2021 and the growth in the business has made it necessary to strengthen the Company’s leadership team to maintain trajectory and ensure delivery excellence.
BESIX Watpac has been appointed Managing Contractor by Transport for New South Wales for the design and delivery of upgraded Ferry Wharves in iconic Sydney harbourside locations.
BESIX subsidiary Six Construct in joint venture with Trojan General Contracting LLC has been awarded the contract to construct Abu Dhabi’s remarkable Guggenheim Museum for the Department of Culture and Tourism.
Work is now officially underway on the fit out of Sydney Metro’s Barangaroo Station with BESIX Watpac taking over the site as principal contractor.
The innovative timber construction component of the City of Greater Geelong’s new civic precinct Wurriki Nyal, has reached completion on level four, making a stunning addition to the city skyline.
BESIX Watpac is a key supporter of a major new COVID vaccination initiative in Geelong which launched today on our construction site for the City of Greater Geelong’s new Civic Headquarters.
It’s one year since the official launch of a rebranded player in the Australian and New Zealand construction markets and already BESIX Watpac is proving its name change runs much deeper than a new logo.
BESIX Watpac’s project to construct DCI Data Centers’ new Adelaide facility has been officially launched by South Australia Premier Steven Marshall and DCI Chief Executive Officer for Australia and New Zealand Malcolm Roe.
BESIX Watpac has been named as a finalist in the Australian Defence Industry Awards for ESTATE & INFRASTRUCTURE BUSINESS OF THE YEAR.
When Savanah de Bosch was a little girl in her remote Cape York community of Old Mapoon, about an hour out of Weipa, she dreamt of one day working in a trade. That ambition developed as a year 7 student at Weipa’s Western Cape College and launched her on a journey of discovery.
The unique structure of landmark Brisbane development, Jubilee Place has reached a momentous milestone. The final upright sections of the diagrid exoskeleton have been installed, bringing the distinctive outer structure to its highest point.
BESIX Watpac and its partners in the Connect Brisbane team are honoured to have been selected by Brisbane City Council to deliver Brisbane’s next iconic landmark, the Kangaroo Point Green Bridge.
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.
Indigenous owned businesses spanning the breadth of the construction industry have attended an industry forum to learn how they can contribute to the construction of Sydney Metro’s Barangaroo Station in Sydney’s CBD.
The latest chapter in the long and proud relationship between the prestigious Brisbane Grammar School and BESIX Watpac has officially commenced.
A traditional Indigenous smoking ceremony and an official sod turning have marked the formal beginning of construction of JCU's remarkable Technology Innovation Complex (TIC), proudly being delivered by BESIX Watpac.
All BESIX Watpac projects and those of the BESIX Group around the world are taking a Safety Time Out today Wednesday 28 April to focus on beating occupational cancers.
Supporting employment for the disadvantaged will be a key focus of BESIX Watpac in delivering an upgrade of the Dame Phyllis Frost Centre (DPFC) of behalf of the Community Safety Building Authority.
A major milestone has been reached by BESIX Watpac in the delivery of Romeciti’s luxury NATURA residential development in Macquarie Park with the topping out of the project’s East Tower.
Australian multi-disciplinary construction company BESIX Watpac has added New Zealand to its sphere of operations after leading a successful bid to deliver the new Canterbury Multi-Use Arena (CMUA) for Christchurch City Council.
BESIX Watpac is proud to have been selected by the prestigious Brisbane Grammar School to construct its landmark new learning precinct, STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics).
Sydney Metro has awarded BESIX Watpac the $217 million contract to build the stunning new Barangaroo Station in the heart of Sydney’s CBD.
BESIX Watpac has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with a leading New South Wales Indigenous business group to boost participation by First Nations people in the construction industry.
Construction of JCU's landmark Technology Innovation Complex (TIC) in Townsville will start next month, with the University announcing BESIX Watpac will build the $94m project on the Bebegu Yumba (Townsville) campus.
The completion of the highly specialised Surgical, Treatment and Rehabilitation Service (STARS) building in Brisbane highlights BESIX Watpac's expertise in delivering modern health facilities.
Our project team delivering the new Saint Teresa of Kolkata building for the Australian Catholic University in Melbourne has commenced the exciting journey to bring the building out of the ground.