BESIX Watpac marked the start of construction on the Eastwood Private Hospital project with a groundbreaking ceremony in what is a major step forward for the South Australian healthcare sector.
South Eastern Sydney primary school students have the chance to name a 125 metre tall crane which has been installed as part of the $411 million St George Hospital Stage 3 Redevelopment including a car park.
BESIX Watpac is thrilled to announce the relocation of its New South Wales office to the prestigious Poly Centre located at Circular Quay in Sydney.
BESIX Watpac has been awarded the Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) contract for the $80m redevelopment of Moree Hospital in regional New South Wales, building on its strong portfolio of health projects in the state.
BESIX Watpac reaffirms its position as a leading health infrastructure contractor following contract awards for expansions at Ipswich, Townsville and Mackay Hospitals.
Doors have opened at the new Saint Teresa of Kolkata Building on Australian Catholic University’s Fitzroy campus following project handover by construction company, BESIX Watpac.
South Australia’s first Marriott Hotel is on track for completion in the first half of 2024, with construction now rising above Adelaide’s historic General Post Office (GPO) building in King William Street.
BESIX Watpac will join Capella Capital and Lendlease Construction in the Circular Quay Consortium (CQC), as the planning and design partner for Transport for NSW’s Circular Quay Renewal project.
National construction firm, BESIX Watpac and Australia’s first accredited and Indigenous-owned mental health organisation, Goanna Academy have teamed up to break the silence on mental health.
The Victorian School Building Authority's Wurun Senior Campus, built by BESIX Watpac under a Design and Construct contract, has won international recognition from the bible of the construction industry, Engineering News Record (ENR).
On Friday, 29th of July BESIX Watpac hosted a Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony to bless the Kangaroo Point Green Bridge project site and Brisbane Connect team.
BESIX Watpac has been leading the way in creating opportunities for Indigenous participation and local engagement at the James Cook University Technology Innovation Complex (JCU TIC) project.
BESIX Watpac has started work on the $26.4m Cairns Hospital Emergency Department Redevelopment this month, mobilising their site team and establishing the first of 12 work zones.
The $683 million fully enclosed Te Kaha /Canterbury Multi-Use Arena is the company’s first New Zealand project and its largest project currently under construction in the Australia/New Zealand market.
BESIX Watpac's team in NSW has successfully completed the first of a series of wharf upgrades in Sydney, with ferry services already restarting at the new North Sydney Wharf.
BESIX Watpac has wrapped up its National Reconciliation Week activities with a site BBQ attended by its workers, partners and subcontractors involved on its Sydney Metro Barangaroo Station project.
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.