From conception to execution, take a look at what it takes to get one of the most sustainable and innovative towers in Australia off the ground. We are proud of
We’re proud to have been UNSW‘s trusted partner to deliver eight projects over 10 years. Building within a live university environment comes with a number of challenges and complexities –
Designed by Foster + Partners, our Principal Tower project sits between the vibrant Shoreditch area and the City of London. It includes 273 high-end apartments across 50 floors as well as a spa, state-of-the-art gym and resident’s cinema. We also delivered 39 affordable and 17 socially rented apartments for the Borough of Hackney.
In 2019, we achieved practical completion on our 100 Bishopsgate project in the City of London. At 181 metres, this uniquely designed tower joins the cluster of skyscrapers that are shaping modern London’s skyline.
The development is comprised of two buildings – the main tower as well as a seven-storey structure which provides additional office and retail space. The 100 Bishopsgate scheme also delivers over half an acre of public realm space across the project.
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.
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.
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
Construction of DAMAC Tower, the 50-storey luxury residential development at Nine Elms has reached a significant milestone with the installation of the sky bridge that joins its north and south towers at their 18th and 24th floors.
Dubbed the ‘Jenga Tower’, thanks to its unique overhanging structures and distinctive stepped design, DAMAC Tower is being developed by Nine Elms Property Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of DAMAC International and constructed by Multiplex.
Part of the GLA’s Vauxhall Nine Elms Battersea (VNEB) Opportunity Area Planning Framework, a multi-billion-pound regeneration scheme in partnership with the London Boroughs of Lambeth, Wandsworth, the LDA, TfL and English Heritage, the project will provide 450 new homes in total.
The North Tower features interiors by Versace Home and provides 360 residential units. The apartments will offer winter gardens with panoramic views of the city.