Projects

Atlassian’s new Sydney HQ’s is a groundbreaking global first

TTW is excited to work in collaboration with Architecture BVN, SHoP Architects, and Eckersley O’Callaghan on the Structural, Civil, and Facade elements of the soon to be, world’s tallest Timber hybrid building. To be completed by 2025 and attracting 25,000 workers, Atlassian’s new Sydney HQ’s is a groundbreaking global first. “Tech Central will rival Silicon…

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Singapore Founders Memorial competition winner announced

We would like to congratulate KENGO KUMA & ASSOCIATES and K2LD Architecture & Interiors on their winning design of the Singapore Founders Memorial competition. Singapore will soon have a place that will honour its founding generation of leaders and celebrates the ideals and values upon which Singapore is built. We partnered up with JPW and RDC architects and were…

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Low-embodied-carbon concrete

One of TTW’s sustainability strategies is reducing our low carbon footprint. TTW Associate Dr Mahdi Babaee has recently published his research on the durability of geopolymers, as low-embodied-carbon alternatives for traditional Portland cement binders, in the Concrete in Australia magazine (Dec 2019 issue). This technical paper presents a summary of Mahdi’s recent pioneering research on…

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Australian Engineers Declare Climate and Biodiversity Emergency

In September, off the back of the School Climate Strike, ‘Engineers Declare’ was launched. It is a call to action from industry leaders to work towards a sustainable future, with the aim to engage 50,000 individuals and 50+ organisations by 20th November 2019.   As one of our core values, TTW with our Sustainability Team…

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Mass Timber with Alex Zecevic

This month All About Architecture features TTW Timber expert, Alex Zecevic. A timber engineering enthusiast and advocate, Alex has over thirteen years experience working in both Australia and the UK – with seven of those years as a proud part of the TTW family. Passionate about mass timber and hybrid timber design, he has become…

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Big Wins at the Australian Timber Design Awards Ceremony

We are excited to announce that Sydney’s first multi-storey school development The Our Lady of the Assumption received the Excellence in Timber Design Award in the Public Building category. Committed to cutting-edge materials and technologies, the design team used timber throughout internal spaces extensively both as finish and structure. The additions to the school feature glulam,…

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TTW wins the Kevin Cavanagh Concrete Institute Award

The Anzac Memorial Centenary Project has received another two impressive accolades winning: The Kevin Cavanagh Trophy and, The Concrete Institute National Excellence Award for Commercial Buildings Project. TTW is delighted to receive recognition of the hard work and innovative results produced by the team David, Hung, Mark, Rami, Nemesio, JPW, Built and Precast Concrete in delivering this…

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Australian War Memorial Redevelopment

TTW is delighted to announce that we have been appointed to the Australian War Memorial Redevelopment project in the role of Structural and Civil engineers. Director Ross McDougall signed the contract in Canberra last week with the AWM Director Dr. Brendan Nelson. We look forward to working with the AWM team to deliver this once…

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Nepal Rebuild Program – Garma Hall Inauguration

We are excited to announce the successful opening of the new Garma Hall as the final part of the Nepal Rebuild Program. TTW would like to take the opportunity to thank the Australian Himalayan Foundation and wider teams, but most importantly the dear people of Solukhumbu. This follows on from the outstanding achievements of the…

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NSW & National Concrete Institute Awards Wins.

This morning at the 2019 NSW Concrete Institute Awards, members of our TTW family have taken home two award wins! Not only did they deliver an inspiring project but additionally, for the innovative work done in concrete research. Congratulations to the wonderful team that worked on Anzac Memorial Centenary Project – Hung, Mark, Rami, Nemesio,…

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Gunyama – The longest free-spanning mass timber beams in Australia!

The team are marking some structural milestones at Gunyama Park Aquatic and Recreation Centre, with the installation of 50m long steel trusses and 36m long glulam beams over the past few weeks. This forms the large internal pool hall of the new aquatic centre. More exciting news to come soon on this new public community…

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