3 New Projects Signal Optimism In Victorian Construction


Construction across Victoria looks set to gain traction from October and beyond with a number of projects opening for tender. Below is a summary of three new Victorian construction projects open for tender and the builders likely to enter the tender process.

288 Queen Street, Melbourne

Developed by Long River, 288 Queens Street is a commercial office development in Melbourne CBD’s legal precinct valued at $130m in works.

The office development will provide a modern place for Melbournians to work, create, socialise, and shop as Long River has plans for the space to be a vertical community.

The site is currently in planning assessment and will be designed by Jackson Clements Burrows architects.

Brady, ProBuild, Adco, Crema and Hacer will apply and the project is aimed for completion by 2022.

17 Bennetts Lane, Melbourne

Developed by Pellicano and Perri Projects, Bennetts Lane will include a 20 storey tower situated in Melbourne CBD and valued at $170m in works.

The site was purchased by the developers in 2018 for $26m and spans 1,532 sq m.

Located at 17 Bennetts Lane, the project will include 12,000 sq m of office space to the north east corner of Melbourne’s CBD and be designed by Fjmt.

The project is currently being tendered with Hacer, Brady, ProBuild, Crema, Icon and Built applying.

GovHub, Bendigo (Main Works) 

Over $90m will go towards building and fitting out the new GovHub Bendigo which when completed will stand as a modern Government office building.

This week we reported that FairBrother had won the tender for early works for this project.

Once completed, around 1,000 employees of the City of Greater Bendigo and the Victorian Government will work at the new Bendigo GovHub.

This project is expected to inject $131m into the regional economy during the project timeline.

Builders to tender for GovHub’s main works include Hansen Yuncken, Adco, Icon & Fairbrother (joint venture), Kane, Nicholson, and Searle Brothers.

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