2016

  • 50 Martin Place (JPW)

    2016 RLB Australian Development of the Year
    2016 RLB NSW Development of the Year
    2016 SAS International Award for Best Development
    2016 JLL Award for Sustainable Development Existing Buildings
    2016 ACSE Unusual Projects Winner
    2015 AIA Harry Seidler National Award for Commercial Architecture
    2015 AIA NSW Sir Arthur Stephenson Award for Commercial Architecture
    2015 AIA NSW Colourbond Award for Steel Architecture
    2015 AIA NSW Commendation Award for Sustainable Architecture
    2015 Winner National Trust Heritage Award
    2015 MBA Outstanding Construction Award
    2015 MBA Best Use of Glass
    2015 MBA Restoration of a Historic Building
    2015 ACSE Commendation Large Projects
    2014 Architecture & Design Best Roof Structure for Light
    2014 ACSE Commendation Large Projects
    2013 MBA NSW Awards

  • Abbotsleigh Sports Hall

    The Abbotsleigh sports complex development comprised of the design of a new multi-purpose sports hall, elevated hockey field, fitness classrooms, tiered spectator seating, amenities and VIP viewing room. The multipurpose sports hall houses three sports courts in a column free 56m x 38m hall and is elevated, creating space for undercover parking, fitness classrooms, plant and storage spaces. In addition to the sports hall, an elevated sports field was constructed over a post-tensioned banded sub deck with additional car parking housed beneath.

    The main architectural feature is the portal frames, seated on concrete plinths, that span 38 metres. The roof structure, made up of the frames, suites the architectural brief and generates rafter-column interaction. These details hide the pun bracing in the roof zone and eliminate diagonal fly bracing.

    Complementing the main structures are a number of curved access walkways and feature stairs to suit circulation between the various areas on the undulating site. To connect the two areas, a link structure was cut into the batter slope which houses the support facility spaces.

    Awards

    • 2016 AIA Architecture Award – William E. Kemp Award for Educational Architecture
    • 2016 AIA Architecture Award – William E. Kemp Award for Sustainable Architecture
    • 2016 Australian Timber Design Awards  – Timber Flooring
    • 2016 ACSE Medium Projects Commendation Award
    • 2015 NSW MBA Award – Best Use of Timber & Best Use of Structural Steel
    • 2015 NSW MBA Award – Sporting Facilities

     

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    Abbotsleigh Multipurpose Sports Hall

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  • Australian Institute of Building 2016 Professional Excellence Awards

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    The New South Wales Chapter of the Australian Institute of Building (AIB) has announced the Professional Excellence in Building Awards for 2016.

    Overall, eighteen building and construction professionals have been recognised at this year’s Awards held on Friday, June 24.

    AIB awarded two NSW Building Professionals of the Year to Tim Cadden from Hansen Yuncken for his work on the Wollongong Hospital Redevelopment and Mitchell Correia from Built for his work on 20 Martin Place.

    TTW recognises the achievements of our esteemed colleagues and congratulates them and their teams for the win.

    Furthermore, AIB recognised Michael Moses (Built) in  Interior Construction $10 Million to $50 Million for his work on MLC Centre Refurbishment as well as Joe Karten (Built) for Research Development and Technology on 20 Martin Place.

  • Bowen Place Crossing

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    Bowen Place Crossing is a prominent piece of infrastructure for the nation’s capital, with a design brief that required taking into account the heritage aspects of the area and delivering a structure that would flow and enhance, rather than detract from, its natural surroundings.

    This new pedestrian and cyclist underpass provides users a safer and more comfortable route to complete the popular Lake Burley Griffin basin loop in Canberra.

    Combining style and functionality, the underpass includes two new bridges and a 300m path from Kings Avenue Bridge to the existing path network alongside Lake Burley Griffin. The project demonstrates the latest structural and construction techniques and incorporates a unique flow and combination of finishes – precast concrete, off-form concrete, exposed aggregate paths, and profiled steel wall.

    The finished project showcases award-winning design quality and creativity – reflecting and complementing its environment and becoming an important component of a precinct that contains such features as: National Gallery, Kings Avenue Bridge, The Carillon, and War Memorial.

    Awards

    • 2016 AIA National Architecture Award –Walter Burley Griffin Award for Urban Design
    • 2016 ACT AIA Awards – Sir John Overall Award for Urban Design
    • 2016 ACT AIA Awards – Canberra Medallion
    • 2016 NSW MBA Award for Civil Works
    • 2016 Australian Urban Design Awards – Delivered Outcome – Small Scale
    • 2016 National Landscape Architecture – Award of Excellence for Infrastructure
  • TTW Hosts AHF Event

  • Three High Commendations at NSW & ACT Steel Excellence Awards

    The NSW & ACT Steel Excellence Awards were held on Friday the 16th of July where TTW earned three High Commendations including 580 George St Awning in the Buildings – Small Projects category and Waterfront Pavilion – Australian National Maritime Museum in Steel Clad Structures category, both designed by FJMT. Sydney Boat House was commended in the Engineering Projects category, designed by Michael Fountain Architects.

    TTW congratulates the respective Structural teams for their sterling efforts and recognises the individual efforts of all.

     

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2015

  • Bowen Place Crossing

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    Bowen Place Crossing is a prominent piece of infrastructure for the nation’s capital, with a design brief that required taking into account the heritage aspects of the area and delivering a structure that would flow and enhance, rather than detract from, its natural surroundings.

    This new pedestrian and cyclist underpass provides users a safer and more comfortable route to complete the popular Lake Burley Griffin basin loop in Canberra.

    Combining style and functionality, the underpass includes two new bridges and a 300m path from Kings Avenue Bridge to the existing path network alongside Lake Burley Griffin. The project demonstrates the latest structural and construction techniques and incorporates a unique flow and combination of finishes – precast concrete, off-form concrete, exposed aggregate paths, and profiled steel wall.

    The finished project showcases award-winning design quality and creativity – reflecting and complementing its environment and becoming an important component of a precinct that contains such features as: National Gallery, Kings Avenue Bridge, The Carillon, and War Memorial.

    Awards

    • 2016 AIA National Architecture Award –Walter Burley Griffin Award for Urban Design
    • 2016 ACT AIA Awards – Sir John Overall Award for Urban Design
    • 2016 ACT AIA Awards – Canberra Medallion
    • 2016 NSW MBA Award for Civil Works
    • 2016 Australian Urban Design Awards – Delivered Outcome – Small Scale
    • 2016 National Landscape Architecture – Award of Excellence for Infrastructure
  • Cruise Passenger Terminal, White Bay

    2015 Inside Awards
    2014 The National Colorbond Award – Steel Architecture
    2014 Harry Seidler Award, Commercial Award
    2014 International Architecture Award
    2014 ASI Awards NSW/ACT – High Commendation Steel Excellence – Buildings – Large Projects
    2014 AIA Awards NSW
    2013 Inside Awards
    2013 WAF Awards

  • Lakeside Joondalup

    2016 Property Council of Australia Western Australia Property Awards Shopping Centre of the Year
    2015 WA MBA – Best Retail Building over $100m

  • TTA Wollongong Hospital, Shoalhaven Cancer Care Centre (Hassell)

    2015 Architecture & Design – Roof Structure Review – Best Roof Structure for Enduring Reference

    2015 NSW AIA – Commendation for Public Architecture

    2015 NSW AIA – NSW Premier’s Place Award

  • UNSW Tyree Energy Technologies Building

    2015 New Teaching and Mixed Use Laboratory International S-Lab design award

    2012 MBA – Tertiary Buildings (over $50M)

    2012 MBA – National Public Buildings Award ($50M)

    2012 MBA NSW – Outstanding Construction Award

    2012 MBA – Excellence Award

  • Westmead Millennium Institute & Research Hub (BVN)

    2015 NSW AIA – Sulman Medal for Public Architecture

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