At TTW our engineers provide construction engineering services across the industry to a range of landmark projects of varying complexity. We understand construction engineering to be a critical factor in the success of a project. We add value by delivering efficient, practical, construction-friendly solutions that mitigate site risks, delays, and minimise construction costs for any project.
Our ability to advise on the most suitable temporary works, taking into consideration the condition of the structure, the surrounding environment, and adjoining or neighbouring buildings, ensure a seamless phasing between all stages of construction.
Brookfield Place Sydney (formerly known as Wynyard Place) is a transformational urban regeneration project led Brookfield Property in the heart of Sydney. The development works occur directly above the Wynyard Station Transit hall and across a city block with a total of 3 buildings being incorporated into the development: The Tower, a full demolition and…See project details
Opened to the public in late 2016, Wynyard Walk is a major transport infrastructure designed to provide pedestrians with a safe, swift, and efficient method of movement between Wynyard Train Station and the new and expanding areas of the Barangaroo waterfront precinct and Sydney CBD western corridor. Wynyard Walk components consist of a new civic…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
TTW’s expertise in both structural and heritage engineering was a critical consideration for the developers of an exciting new luxury hotel, which involves the adaptation of two prominent, Government owned sandstone buildings in Sydney’s “Sandstone Precinct” on Bridge Street; the Lands and Education Department Buildings. Constructed between c1876-1892 and c1912-1930 respectively, both buildings are listed…See project details
The refurbishment of this prominent heritage structure encountered complex challenges demanding expert heritage engineering. Our primary focus was the overriding requirement for conservation of Campbell’s Stores, an existing State Heritage Register listed building. This involved input and design considerations from many stakeholders, design and heritage professionals and builders. Collaboration and constant communication were key to…See project details
The school’s location on the city fringe presents significant challenges and constraints when it comes to space for expansion. This unique underground subterranean auditorium is located at the heart of the campus and has a capacity of 1500 seats, with its roof-top surface functioning as a playing ground. The client’s requirement for the playground to…See project details
A major restoration to the entire building landscape. Works included essential services upgrade, conservation works to repair historic marble and encaustic tiled corridor flooring. The project also comprises the refurbishment of principal historical spaces, staff offices and back of house facilities. The basement storage was excavated beneath the main hall, with the structure supported on…See project details
The 49 storeys mixed-use office and hotel development will offer 252 rooms, 4 star international hotel as well as 12,000 sqm of commercial space. The hotel will occupy 19 levels of the tower with the first eight floors to be dedicated to facilities including ground floor reception, bar, restaurant, executive lounge, gym and end-of-trip amenities.…See project details