TTW civil engineers have 30+ years of established and outstanding relationships with government and private sectors. Our support and collaborative approach ranges from concept stage to planning, design and construction – with ongoing management and advice for the operating life of a project. Including in-depth knowledge and guidance of approval processes to ensure that clients reach their objectives.
The TTW team engineer successful solutions in master planning, roads, heavy duty pavements, transport terminals, storm water drainage, water sensitive urban landscape and land development. We own the responsibility to deliver sustainable civil projects to our community.
“I’ve been working with the civil team at TTW for over 18 years. Over the years TTW have delivered innovative solutions on a diverse range of technical and complex projects and found the design team easy to collaborate and always provides the best design outcomes and cost efficiencies. I highly recommend Paul, including the wider teams full services”
Nick Kordas, Roberts Pizzarotti.
The redevelopment of a neglected bank building at 50 Martin Place required attention to heritage requirements to deliver a sympathetic, yet contemporary and stylish new global financial headquarters for the Macquarie Group. The unique, ambitious structural design involved close collaboration between engineers, architects and the construction team to address heritage requirements; geometry of existing building;…See project details
Factories of the Future is an award-winning hub for engaging undergraduate and high school students, alumni and the wider community. Swinburne University’s new $100 million facility is equipped with advanced visualization and design tools to explore conceptual ideas for manufacturing next generation products. The unique aspect was the development of a free-standing timber dome with…See project details
The Metro Residences bring a new standard of resort-style living to the heart of Chatswood. Consisting of three towers Metro View (26 storeys), Metro Spire (42 storeys), and Metro Grand (46 storeys) – the shimmering glass structures are brought together with a beautiful 5-level retail podium. Metro Grand reached its full habitable height at 240m…See project details
Situated over the Western Distributor motorway, the success of this project relied on close collaboration with stakeholders, and mutual understanding within the engineering and building team to ensure constructability of design within a highly-constrained environment. The redevelopment incorporated extensive refurbishment of the existing hotel; construction of a new 27-level combined hotel and commercial tower; a…See project details
Gama Tower is an icon of the Jakarta skyline, Indonesia’s capital city. Standing at over 285.5 metres and 64 above-ground stories, Gama Tower is unmissable and presently the tallest building in Indonesia. The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) has released its annual report and announced the Gama Tower being the Tallest in…See project details
The Eastern Precinct represents the express wishes of the veterans themselves and is the final phase of the overall site plan of the Australian War Memorial, Canberra. The architectural design integrates landscape, detail, context and practicality with abstract symbolism. The precinct consists of underground parking, a café, and a public courtyard. The formal geometry remains…See project details
Opened in October 2017, Bunjil Place provides the community with an 800-seat auditorium, international standard art gallery, library, flexible exhibition and performance space, carpark, council chambers and offices for over 400 staff. Designed to become a cultural hub in Melbourne’s east, the new building involved intricate design challenges and delivery to demanding timeframes. The building’s…See project details
The Anzac War Memorial is a landmark building located at the southern end of Hyde Park, Sydney. The original building completed in 1934, is a concrete structure, clad in stone, designed by Charles Bruce Dellit. As part of the NSW Centenary of Anzac, the redevelopment intent was to construct new education and interpretation facilities, including…See project details
The Queensland Gallery of Modern Art together with the Queensland Art Gallery will form a single, two-site Gallery on the south bank of the Brisbane river. The design proposes a lightweight, open riverside pavilion containing two major levels of exhibition space, two cinemas, education facilities, a restaurant and boardwalk café.See project details
The project involved the creation of a new public entry off Dunn Place, a new foyer and increased exhibition space including the opening of new galleries in the heritage buildings. TMAG is the second oldest museum in Australia and it’s collection mandate is the most diverse of any in Australia. The major challenge of the…See project details