WT Partnership provided full quantity surveying services to Monash University for the construction of their new Green Chemical Futures (GCF) building.
The $200 million redevelopment of the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery will create more than twice the present display space, including a dedicated facility for travelling exhibitions that will enable the Museum to host international exhibitions of a standard never before seen in Tasmania.
Undertaken as part of Burswood’s $750 million redevelopment the Gaming Extension project comprised construction of an expansion of the gaming floor onto an existing podium deck, high quality fitout for casino gaming plus a pub, bar, restaurant, cafe, entertainment lounge and amenities.
WT Partnership was engaged by Racing New South Wales to provide quantity surveying services including financial reporting, cost verification, certification of drawdown claims against Funding Deed and contract administration services during the construction phase of the project.
WT Partnership provided pre contract cost planning advice to Construction Control from concept design up to tender stage. The project derives its name from its funder, Canberra Airport owner, philanthropist and Old Boy of Canberra Grammar School, Mr Terry Snow.
WT Partnership provided comprehensive quantity surveying services through the design and construction phases of the Queensland Institute of Medical Research’s new Central Research Centre.