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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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Nepal Rebuild Program – Winner of 3 Good Design Awards

Jul 6, 2018

ArchitectureAU – Architecture Media Showcase Page has written a great story around our Nepal Rebuild Program which picked up 3 Good Design Awards last week.   On Thursday, May 17, 2018, the Annual Good Design Awards ceremony was held at the Sydney Opera House recognising the highest achievements of outstanding design. Three awards were given to…

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Annual TTW Winter Gala – Celebrating 60!

Jul 2, 2018

Attendees warmly embraced this year’s TTW Winter Gala as one of the best of its 60-year history. The annual event is always a highlight for TTW staff – a time to celebrate and socialise with past directors, colleagues and partners. This year over 200 people escaped the cold weather to enjoy the warmth and ambience…

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CSIRO Black Mountain Science & Innovation Park – Wins four awards.

Jun 15, 2018

The new Synergy building at the CSIRO Black Mountain Science & Innovation Park has just won four great awards. Acknowledging the facility’s “architectural finesse”, the Australian Institute of Architects ACT chapter presented the prestigious Romaldo Guirgola Award for Public Architecture and the Derek Wrigley Award for Sustainable Architecture, as well as an award for Interior…

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Green Good Design Award Win

May 25, 2018

Exciting news that the Incubator at Macquarie University has received a GREEN GOOD DESIGN Award for 2018, in the Research/Technology category. Founded in Chicago, the prestigious GREEN GOOD DESIGN awards seek to bestow international recognition to outstanding organisations and products that demonstrate exceptional thinking and inspire greater progress toward a more sustainable world. The Incubator…

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TTW helps Habitat for Humanity

Mar 30, 2018

Habitat for Humanity is a not-for-profit global organisation that was founded in the United States in 1976, with the aim to create a world where everyone has a safe and decent place to live. In Australia, Habitat for Humanity works in partnership with families, volunteers and corporate partners to build homes and develop sustainable communities…

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Authorised Engineering Organisation (AEO)

Nov 30, 2017

TTW is delighted to be awarded the status of an Authorised Engineering Organisation (AEO)from the Asset Standards Authority (ASA) of Transport for NSW (TfNSW).  The AEO framework is a new initiative that aims to streamline processes and deliver transport projects with greater efficiency and safety.  The certificate of accreditation was received from ASA Director Luke Homann and…

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