Hanson Precast and Impregilo Salini to build skytrain

    Hanson Precast and Impregilo Salini will construct the skytrain viaduct that takes the North West Rail Link above ground for 4km between Kellyville and Rouse Hill. The partnership is a case study for how a local manufacturer and global construction company join forces to invest in new production technologies, create jobs, and deliver critical infrastructure for NSW.

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An Eye–Catching Little Chapel

 The 6.5m high, off-white precast concrete wall panel hollowed out with a large cross is a striking feature of the new chapel at St. Patrick’s Marist College on Kirby Street in Dundas, NSW. Quinn O'Hanlon Architects designed the 7.2 tonne precast unit, and Hanson Precast manufactured and erected it.

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Student Village University of New South Wales

Environmentally sustainable design lies at the core of this proiect, one of the largest of ts kind in the country and a far cry from the dark, poky lodgings often associated with student housing. 

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Hedley Bull Centre Australian National University

Designed by Lyons Architects from Melbourne, who previously used architectural precast supplied by Hanson Precast on the award winning John Curtin School of Medical Research at ANU, the Hedley Bull Centre is a unique building that has captured the imagination of all who visit or work within.

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City West Office Park

The three building project at Saunders Street, Pyrmont is an excellent example of the use of architectural precast concrete cladding. 

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Carillon Avenue Student Village University Of Sydney

When Multiplex took on the design, construction and 40 year maintenance of student housing at the University of Sydney, durability and ease of maintenance were paramount considerations. 

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No 1 Martin Place, The Westin Hotel

There were a total of 1,360 precast units delivered to site weighing 7,400 tonnes. The exterior façade had 6,500 square metres of polished loadbearing architectural precast concrete. 

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Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Clinical Services Building

Project Architect, Peter Quigley, said, “The flexibility of the precast system enabled the architects to accommodate the unusual plan form, the different architectural requirements of the upper and lower levels, and the varying floor to floor heights dictated by the adjacent buildings. The overall impression is of a fresh, contemporary building which respects the varying architectural styles of its campus neighbours.

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Jane Foss Russell Building University of Sydney

The bold and innovative design concept for the project, coupled with its five green star rating of the student services building, enabled John Wardle Architects in association with GHD and Wilson Architects to win an international design competition. 

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Regency Apartments

The facade is generally grit-blasted precast concrete involving over 800 panels and 7,600 square metres of face area. Polished reconstructed granite panels were supplied around the podium. 

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