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Congratulations Alex Zecevic

Feb 16, 2019

Newly promoted to Associate, structural engineer Alex Zecevic is a timber engineering enthusiast and advocate, with more than 13 years’ experience working in both Australia and the United Kingdom. A career highlight for Alex was when he was awarded “Engineer of the Year” in the Structural Timber Awards, for the University of Essex Business School building.…

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Engineering Aid Australia – supporting aspiring Indigenous Engineers.

Jan 18, 2019

At TTW our core values are focused on community, integrity, communication, sustainability, innovation and teamwork. We are proud to partner with Engineering Aid Australia, a not for profit organisation that inspires and supports Indigenous high school students to become engineers. Over the past week of January, EAA held many events to come together,  talk about…

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TTW contributes to award winning projects at the Master Builders Australia National Excellence Awards.

Dec 6, 2018

Congratulations to all the winners at this year’s Master Builders Australia National Excellence Awards. TTW is proud to have contributed to the success of impressive projects that include: The Incubator, Macquarie Uni, Lipman Pty Ltd Ronald McDonald House, FDC_Group – FDC Construction & Fitout The Squire’s Landing, Xenia Constructions Pty Ltd Rugby Australia Building, A…

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Anzac Memorial in Sydney’s Hyde Park

Nov 13, 2018

Last Saturday, TTW was honoured to attend the opening of the new wing to the Anzac Memorial in Sydney’s Hyde Park – the culmination of hard work by our team and partners; City of Sydney, design architects JPW, Built. and the NSW Government Architect’s office.

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TTW wins Engineers Australia’s Bradfield Award

Sep 18, 2018

TTW’s comprehensive contribution to Sydney’s built environment was further celebrated in the announcement of Wynyard Walk as winner of the prestigious Bradfield Award and Sydney – Australian Engineering Excellence Award. In judging these awards, the panel recognises accomplishments of exceptional engineering merit, which make a major contribution to the community. TTW is proud to receive…

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Dick Taylor, a true gentleman, and a brilliant engineer.

Sep 17, 2018

This year we’ve had to say goodbye to our Taylor Thomson Whitting founding partner, Dick Taylor. Dick started TTW in 1958 with Jock Thomson and Alan Whitting, and as we celebrate 60 years this year we remember his philosophy, “Our work is only as good as the minds behind it”. We hope we are living…

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Bunjil Place wins another award

Sep 4, 2018

TTW was thrilled to receive the Victorian Engineering Excellence Award for the innovative Bunjil Place project, recognising creative engineering and iconic innovation. The aesthetically-striking building is the largest local government investment of its kind and responds to the needs of the Narre Warren region with a new form of community and civil space – a multifunctional…

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Well done and congratulations André!

Aug 6, 2018

A well-deserved promotion for Andre Pereira – another extremely talented young engineer with a significant role in TTW’s business success. André is a key member of TTW’s Computational Design Group – a team created to explore and develop advanced technologies and deliver innovative new solutions for complex designs. He is an inspired and enthusiastic advocate…

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Congratulations to Mark Eisenhuth on his well-deserved promotion to Associate.

Aug 6, 2018

Mark has been part of the TTW family since joining in 1987 as an apprentice drafter. Over the years, Mark has continued to be an integral member of the team and contributed to the success of many major projects, including recent significant developments such as 20 Martin Place, Kapooka RAAF Base, and Wolgan Valley Resort.…

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World’s first ‘Breathing Wall’ created in Sydney

Aug 2, 2018

As part of our ongoing commitment to a greener future, TTW is excited to be involved in another innovative sustainable design – the world’s first outdoor “Breathing Wall” filled with nearly 6000 plants. Situated between the Pacific Highway and Atchison Street in St Leonards, the Junglefy Breathing WallTM is a major feature for the transformed Mitchell…

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The Dangrove Art Storage Facility wins the Australian Steel Institute Award

Jul 27, 2018

The Dangrove Art Storage Facility project has won the Australian Steel Institute Award for Large Projects. The use of structural steel was integral to the design philosophy and key to the success and aesthetics of the ‘state of the art’ building. As part of the winning team, TTW worked closely with architects Tzannes Associates, project manager…

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Ongoing works with a prominent heritage site with complex design.

Jul 26, 2018

Our Heritage team, led by principal engineer, Paul Connett, recognises the importance of preserving the past for future communities, and is committed to protecting the integrity of heritage structures. Our team of engineers are currently working on the transformation of Campbell’s stores, a prominent heritage site with complex design requirements and archaeological significance. View the project.

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