Project SGCS2 has been awarded GoldPLUS rating under the Green Mark for Data Centres scheme by Building and Construction Authority (BCA) and Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA).
The Directors and Management are pleased to announce the expansion of WT Partnership with the addition of the Bali office which opened on 30 June 2014.
This office, our third office in Indonesia, services a range of projects including hotel resorts, villas and also retail developments in Bali. In addition, from this location we also service nearby island provinces including South Sulaewsi, Lombok, Sumba and Sumbawa.
Mr Gavin Cox, the Office Manager, manages the Bali office with the support of Ms Lalu Dedy Jaya, Senior Quantity Surveyor.
Located in Jl. By-Pass Nugrah Rai, Mumbul, near the new Nusa Dua tollgate, this new office is strategic to developments across the “Bukit” and provides quick toll-access to Sanur, Kuta/Legian/Seminyak.
WT Partnership’s Review of Australian Construction Market Conditions to July 2014 is now available.
In this issue of the report we note that private sector construction has continued to improve into the second half of 2014. According to the ABS, the total value of building work done, which excludes infrastructure and mining work and broadly represents the private construction sector, rose 4.8% in the March 2014 quarter, achieving a growth rate not seen since June 2010.
The Australian Board of Directors is pleased to advise the promotion of John O’Gorman, of our Perth office, to the position of Director and Chris Hawkins, of our Hobart office, to the position of Associate.
The recent collapse of Siganto and Stacey Pty Ltd will have an immediate effect on large construction building pricing. Many private and public projects were left in limbo when the well-respected Brisbane based Mechanical Services / Air Conditioning firm announced they had gone into receivership recently.