Jim Stynes Bridge

Melbourne’s newest iconic bridge was opened and dedicated to the city’s adopted son, footballer and philanthropist, Jim Stynes. 

Eastern Treatment Plant Upgrade

The Eastern Treatment upgrade involved building seven new structures over approximately six hectares of land within the existing Eastern Treatment Plant boundary.

Princes Pier Refurbishment

Princes Pier was originally built more than 96 years ago. It has played a key role in Australia's wartime and multicultural history.


EastLink is Melbourne's second tollway, comprising about 39km of freeway standard road connecting the city's eastern and south-eastern suburbs. It is also our second tollway project as we also undertook works on the Citylink tollway project.

Appleton Dock Refurbishment

The Port of Melbourne Corporation sought tenders to repair/strengthen the existing Appleton Dock Berths B to F to provide an additional minimum 15 years service.

Seafarers Bridge

The New Convention Centre Bridge later named as Seafarers Bridge was designed and constructed for the Plenary Group (Multiplex Brookfield/Plenary Consortium) who had been contracted by the Victorian State Government, to deliver the bridge and New Convention Centre.

Channel Deepening

The Port Phillip Channel Deepening Project was the most complex marine infrastructure development in the 150-year history of the Port of Melbourne.


The Citylink project is a privately owned electronic toll road situated in the centre of Melbourne.

Docklands Precinct

Docklands is Melbourne city's waterfront community located in close proximity and west of the Central Business District area.

Spirit of Progress Bridge

The 17.4 kilometre upgrade of the Hume Freeway through Albury - Wodonga is a federally funded project and was the single largest infrastructure project to be undertaken in regional Victoria.