The tallest building in the City of London has ceremoniously topped out, celebrating reaching its highest point in the structure of 294.520mAOD. Representatives from across the project team, including Multiplex,
We are proud to announce that the final slab of concrete has been installed at our 80 Charlotte Street development in London’s Fitzrovia. Representatives from the team – including our
We are pleased to announce that Royal Albert Dock – our commercial development in Newham, East London – has reached practical completion. We have been working closely with our clients
On Sunday 28th April, four of our staff joined the 40,000 runners facing the incredibly tough 26.2 miles of the London Marathon 2019. A huge congratulations to Andy Campbell, Thalita
Construction is now underway on La Trobe University’s $100 million student accommodation project at its Melbourne campus in Bundoora. The largest investment for a single project in the University’s history,
Destination Brisbane Consortium has awarded preferred contractor status to Multiplex for the major construction works at the transformational Queen’s Wharf Brisbane Integrated Resort Development. The appointment follows a comprehensive tender
In partnership with our steel contractor Severfield, we have successfully placed the last steel beam at 22 Bishopsgate – the City of London’s tallest building. It is the culmination of over two years work on the project’s superstructure, which began when the first piece of steel was placed in January 2017.
The Multiplex team at One Nine Elms has successfully coordinated the pouring of the foundation raft slab for the 42-storey River Tower at One Nine Elms.
Premier global construction company, Multiplex, has reached completion on Monash University’s new highly sustainable student accommodation precinct at the Peninsula campus. Located at Monash University’s Peninsula campus in Frankston, the
Multiplex and the University of Glasgow hosted Derek Mackay, Cabinet Secretary for Finance, Economy and Fair Work, to mark the launch of National Apprenticeship Week. The Cabinet Secretary toured the Western Campus site and met with apprentices working on the Campus Development project.
There are currently 35 apprentices working on the Campus Development Programme in a range of construction-related roles, and this week marked the launch of the Apprenticeship Committee – a forum across the Campus Development project to give apprentices a platform to feedback about their experiences. It aims to make sure that we’re informed about how best we can support and direct our apprenticeship offering and make sure that apprentices can actively help shape their roles.