Industry Feature: KPMG

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KPMG thinks about the future. Planning infrastructure requires forethought, analysis and imagination. KPMG researches and reports on a variety of sectors in order to provide advice on planning, design, construction and management of major infrastructure projects. Check out their fascinating article on the possible impacts of new vehicle technologies on a city such as Melbourne. […]

Industry Feature: Seipp Construction

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Seipp’s determination to build is unshaken by earthquakes. The Christchurch Earthquake of 2011 destroyed lives and homes, but the spirit of rebuilding in New Zealand is indomitable. Part of this included Seipp Construction’s innovative approach to rebuilding the damaged Beachville Road Seawall. Using specialised materials and equipment, this work resulted in an award-winning project that […]

Industry Feature: John Holland

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Take heart from John Holland’s work. With plenty of experience constructing major medical facilities, John Holland is well positioned to build Australia’s first heart hospital. This half a billion dollar project will enable thousands of cardiac surgeries a year, as well as facilitating extensive research and education. The Victorian Heart Hospital is designed to have […]

Industry Feature: Newcrest Mining

The future is bright for Newcrest Mining! Pronamics’ client Newcrest is Australia’s biggest gold producer. While the price of gold is looking pretty shiny right now, Newcrest never forgets that sustainability is key to a viable future. Check out their Sustainability Vision – worker safety, environmental care, support for local communities and ethical business practices […]

Industry Awards: Australian Construction Awards

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Finalists for 2020 Australian Construction Awards. While the awards ceremony has been postponed due to COVID-19, Pronamics would still like to recognise and congratulate the finalists for the 2020 Australian Construction Awards. We are very proud to see quite a few of our clients on the shortlist, and we wish everyone good luck!

Industry Feature: Fulton Hogan

Fulton Hogan has the experience to land the work. Back in 2016, the Gold Coast Airport was in dire need of an upgrade to handle the expected increase in traffic that would come with the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Fulton Hogan brought extensive experience in airport infrastructure to this $47.6 million project, impressing the client with […]

Industry Feature: Neo Infrastructure

Get closer to nature with Neo. Neo Infrastructure won the tender for the South Australian government’s upgrade of facilities at Onkaparinga National and Recreational Park. From walking and riding trails, to a world-class rock climbing facility, a kayak launch area and a viewing platform, these amenities were constructed or improved, enabling park users to better […]

Industry Feature: Zinfra Group

Zinfra Group specialises in bringing power to people. The White Rock Wind Farm is one of the most impressive of Zinfra Group’s renewable energy portfolio. Overcoming challenges of a shortened timeline, unfavourable weather and terrain, as well as maintaining the highest level of safety, Zinfra constructed a substation and transmission line as part of this […]

Industry Feature: Pensar

Pensar has been a client of Pronamics for well over 10 years, and in that time they’ve achieved some pretty impressive projects. Check out their 2018 work on the LoganWIA Reservoir Renewal. This $4.2 million project was completed with no safety incidents and used 3D scanning technology to improve the quality of the project. Pronamics […]

Industry Feature: Winslow Infrastructure

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Australian company, Winslow Infrastructure, constructed a significant portion of the Calder Freeway in Harcourt, south of Bendigo. Environmental compliance in a time of drought was a challenge in this scenic part of rural Victoria, but Winslow successfully managed to achieve this and much more across their multi-year project. Read more about the Calder Freeway Project […]