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Simonds Stadium Stage 4 Redevelopment Main Works

Following an ECI tender process, Kane was appointed as Design & Construct Head Contractor for the $75 million Simonds Stadium Stage 4 Redevelopment Main Works Project. Kane was initially engaged…

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RACV Cape Schanck Resort

The $135 million Lump Sum project consists of the construction of approximately 30,000m2 of new building over 5 levels. The Redevelopment Zone is an irregular shape comprising approximately 7.6ha and…

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M3565 Main Beach Apartments

Kane Constructions has commenced works on the exclusive M3565 beachfront apartments at Main Beach, Gold Coast. Construction involves a beachfront eight storey, seven apartment, building including underground…

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Australian Museum Crystal Hall

The $5 million lump sum project scope includes a new glass façade and entry walkway, with 'Crystal Hall' function room to William Street side of the Australian Museum. Works include demolition,…

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Carnes Hill opening this Saturday

27 Jul 2016

Long-awaited $35m recreation precinct to open at Carnes Hill this weekend. In less than 18 months, Carnes Hill has transformed from a cow paddock to western Sydney's latest cultural precinct. A new recreation site boasts tennis courts, fitness stations, children’s play areas and a skate park, with Liverpool mayor Ned Mannoun praising the development.…

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All in a Day’s Work with Peter de Vuyst

27 Jul 2016

Peter de Vuyst followed his father into the construction industry. He began by helping out his dad on site as a teenager, learning how things were built, and eventually turned to the tools, building houses and helping out on bigger projects. By the time he had finished school, he knew what he wanted to do. He jumped headfirst into a couple of university…

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Books and Water do not mix

21 Jul 2016

(A RECIPE FOR BUILDING WATERTIGHTNESS) Like many of you, I've been reading since I was 4. That’s when I started visiting my primary school library in country Victoria. The library visit I remember most clearly was the morning after a big November storm. The rain and wind had destroyed crops, knocked over sheds and the odd roof had flown away.…

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Linking Deakin University - The Burwood Link

18 Jul 2016

The Burwood Link will be a pedestrian crossing over the Gardiners Creek reserve between the Burwood Highway and Elgar Road sides of the Deakin University campus in Burwood, Victoria. The new bridge has been designed to be a lighter, narrower, less obtrusive and more environmentally friendly crossing with a 'natural rusted steel look'. With more…

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