A timelapse video which shows how the bottom section of The Address Jumeirah Gate’s Upper Bridge was successfully strand-jacked into place- 200 meters from the ground.
On 18 December 2019, an injunction order was made by the High Court of Justice (Claim No. QB-2019-004554) prohibiting anyone from climbing or ascending to a height of more than
Construction on the new Maitland Hospital is continuing following the final stage of the town planning approval being received for the project and the awarding of the main works construction
Wynyard Place continues to rise with work progressing on all fronts. Take a look behind the scenes on this complex project.
Building a world class project By Ian Goudie, Project Director of Royal Albert Dock for Multiplex The key difference with major projects Lots of contractors can manage small projects. With
Construction of Victoria’s largest mass timber project is progressing at LaTrobe University. Take a look at the construction so far.
Last week, our team at the One Nine Elms project in Vauxhall, London, successfully completed the raft pour for the development’s 57-storey City Tower. This pour was the third largest of its kind in London, measuring over 4000m3 .
We worked closely with our basement subcontractor Careys, who executed the pour over a continuous 27-hour period.
We would also like to thank London Concrete, who supplied us with the concrete required to undertake this feat.
Once completed, the One Nine Elms project will feature Europe’s tallest residential tower, providing 730,000 sq ft of residential apartments, 267,000 sq ft of five-star hotel accommodation and 1,000 sq ft of retail outlets.
Since constructing our very first retail project in Perth 55 years ago, Multiplex has become a trusted partner in retail developments – delivering 135 projects worth a combined $11BN. Watch
Multiplex has become the first company in the United Arab Emirates to officially set carbon reduction targets against recognised global thresholds in line with the Science Based Targets initiative –
Multiplex becomes the first construction company in Canada to commit to the Science Based Targets initiative
Multiplex has submitted a letter committing its Canadian operations to the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi). This makes it the first construction company – and tenth company from any sector – in Canada to take this important step towards combatting harmful climate change.
The SBTi encourages companies world-wide to transition to a low-carbon economy by helping them set science-based greenhouse gas emissions targets.
Canada is the third Multiplex region to join the SBTi’s ‘Companies Taking Action’ list. It joins Multiplex’s European and Middle Eastern operations, both of which have already committed their targets and are taking science-based action.