Students tour Port of Brisbane major project

Posted on 9 March 2018

This month, 18 All Hallows’ School students were given a rare close-up look at the construction of Port of Brisbane’s $110 million Port Drive Upgrade road project, in a move to encourage the girls to consider a career in engineering. The students enjoyed a half day site tour and workshop organised by Power of Engineering and […]

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Seymour Whyte in the pink for International Women’s Day

Posted on 8 March 2018

All employees across all Seymour Whyte sites around the country donned bright pink high visibility safety shirts to show their support for gender diversity on 8 March, International Women’s Day. The 2018 International Women’s Day theme Press for Progress marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity, which resonates with Seymour Whyte’s efforts to […]

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Seymour Whyte kicks off second year of Power of Engineering partnership

Posted on 23 February 2018

Seymour Whyte started the second year of its partnership with Power of Engineering with a workshop blitz in Sydney, with more activities to come throughout the year. Seymour Whyte Regional Manager – Southern Steve Lambert said the company was committed to supporting Power of Engineering in its mission to inspire young women to take up […]

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Seymour Whyte back on the M1

Posted on 19 February 2018

Seymour Whyte Constructions is back on the M1 after being awarded the contract to widen the Pacific Motorway (M1) between Mudgeeraba and Varsity Lakes on Queensland’s Gold Coast. Seymour Whyte Operations Manager – Northern Region Will MacDonald said the award was timely as the company had completed the M1’s Exit 54 upgrade at Coomera last […]

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Seymour Whyte-CPB JV awarded Western Highway Duplication

Posted on 6 February 2018

Seymour Whyte continues to make inroads into the Victorian infrastructure market, with its 50/50 joint venture with CPB Contractors being awarded the $84.8M contract to build the 12.5 km duplication of the Western Highway between Buangor and Ararat. Seymour Whyte Regional Manager – Southern Steve Lambert said the company was looking forward to its first […]

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Australia’s longest single span shared path bridge takes shape

Posted on 18 January 2018

Seymour Whyte Constructions has successfully commenced the launch of steel trusses for the NSW Government’s new pedestrian and cyclist bridge over the Nepean River, which will be the longest single span bridge of its kind in Australia upon completion. Seymour Whyte Constructions Regional Manager – Southern, Steve Lambert, said this significant milestone was the result […]

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Seymour Whyte’s Exit 54 team win national award

Posted on 22 November 2017

Seymour Whyte Constructions was named one of the proud winners at the Civil Contractors Federation (CCF) of Australia’s 24th National Earth Awards in Canberra. Representing Queensland following their win at the CCF state awards, Seymour Whyte’s Pacific Motorway – Coomera Exit 54 Interchange Upgrade project team took out top prize in Category 5 (project value […]

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Seymour Whyte safety veteran recognised at CCF NSW 2017 People Awards

Posted on 17 November 2017

Senior Safety Coordinator Peter Lawrence was named winner of the Safety Champion 1: Safety Officer Award at the 2017 CCF NSW President’s Gala Ball on 10 November. An industry veteran with more than 25 years’ experience, Mr Lawrence was lauded for his dedication, hard work and collaborative approach that delivers safety excellence on the Narellan […]

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Seymour Whyte completes Great Western Highway Upgrade at Forty Bends

Posted on 27 October 2017

Seymour Whyte has successfully delivered the Great Western Highway Upgrade at Forty Bends—giving Blue Mountains motorists a smoother and safer journey as part of the Australian and New South Wales Governments’ $250 million Great Western Highway upgrade between Katoomba and Lithgow. The works at Forty Bends were completed in combination with the Great Western Highway – […]

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Construction is child’s play

Posted on 20 October 2017

Construction sites are usually no place for children but last month, more than 60 youngsters got to explore the Bruce Highway Upgrade – Caloundra Road to Sunshine Motorway project as part of the Fulton Hogan Seymour Whyte Joint Venture (FHSW JV) inaugural KIDS @ Work Day. Project Director Brad Thompson said the day was a […]

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Seymour Whyte delivers Australian first at Port of Brisbane

Posted on 21 September 2017

Seymour Whyte has successfully installed Australia’s longest pre-stressed bridge girders for the Port of Brisbane’s $110 million Port Drive Upgrade project, with the longest span measuring 46m. The design, production, transportation and installation of the Super I-girders were a culmination of 12 months of planning by the project team, which comprised QLD Department of Transport […]

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Double honours for Seymour Whyte at Queensland CCF Earth Awards

Posted on 31 August 2017

Seymour Whyte’s Pacific Motorway – Coomera Exit 54 Interchange Upgrade and Townsville Ring Road Section 4 project teams took out top honours at the Queensland 2017 CCF Earth Awards in their respective categories. The Civil Contractors Federation Queensland (CCF QLD) Earth Awards recognise excellence in civil construction across five categories according to project value. The […]

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Seymour Whyte and Boomerang: Building pathways to careers in construction

Posted on 10 July 2017

  Seymour Whyte Constructions and Indigenous civil construction training company Boomerang Training Solutions’ partnership paid off with two successful work placements on the Port of Brisbane’s Port Drive Upgrade project. The Project Manager for Port Drive Upgrade Andrew Hammill said it all began with Seymour Whyte giving Boomerang’s Certificate II students a presentation on the […]

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Seymour Whyte Project Manager wins Professional Excellence Award

Posted on 29 May 2017

  Seymour Whyte Constructions Project Manager Bryan Broadfoot was named Queensland winner of the Australian Institute of Building’s Professional Excellence Award for Infrastructure, in recognition for his outstanding performance on the Pacific Motorway: Coomera Exit 54 Interchange Upgrade. The company’s Northern Region Operations Manager Will MacDonald said Mr Broadfoot led a team of engineers and […]

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Construction kicks off on Bruce Highway upgrade

Posted on 19 May 2017

  With an official sod-turning event featuring special guests Federal Infrastructure and Transport Minister Darren Chester and Queensland Main Roads and Road Safety Minister Mark Bailey, construction officially commenced on the $929.3* million Bruce Highway Upgrade – Caloundra Road to Sunshine Motorway project. The Fulton Hogan Seymour Whyte Joint Venture (FHSWJV) were awarded the contract […]

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Massive bridge girder for Narellan Road marks Seymour Whyte first

Posted on 16 April 2017

Seymour Whyte Constructions achieved a milestone when its Narellan Road Upgrade team successfully installed a 52 m long, 66-tonne bridge girder to widen the Narellan Road bridge over the M31 Hume Motorway in Campbelltown, NSW. It was the largest bridge girder ever installed by Seymour Whyte Constructions, requiring two mobile cranes—weighing 750 tonnes and 450 […]

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Seymour Whyte ramps up in Victoria with Chandler Highway win

Posted on 27 February 2017

Seymour Whyte Constructions was recently awarded the $56 million design and construct contract for the Chandler Highway Upgrade—the company’s third Victorian project win in six months. Regional Manager – Southern Steve Lambert said Seymour Whyte Constructions was looking forward to delivering the high profile project with the innovative design and value-added options that the company […]

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Seymour Whyte awarded Swan St Bridge Upgrade

Posted on 15 January 2017

Seymour Whyte Constructions has been named as the successful tenderer for upgrade of Melbourne’s iconic Swan Street Bridge. The $30 million upgrade (construction value $24.8 million) will slash travel times for the 30,000 vehicles that use it every day, as well as improve reliability and increase safety for pedestrians and cyclists.

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Townsville Ring Road Section 4 completed six months ahead of schedule

Posted on 12 December 2016

After a 19-month construction program, Seymour Whyte Constructions delivered the Townsville Ring Road Section 4project six months ahead of schedule. The new road, the final link in the Townsville Ring Road project, was officially opened on 12 December 2016 by the Minister for Resources and Northern Australia Senator Matt Canavan and Queensland Main Roads and […]

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