Seymour Whyte wins Barton Highway Duplication

Posted on 18 September 2020

Seymour Whyte, in an alliance with Transport for NSW and design-partner SMEC, has been selected to deliver the first stage of the Barton Highway duplication between Canberra and Murrumbateman, 280 kilometres south west of Sydney, NSW.

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Yandhai Nepean Crossing and Green Square Stormwater Drain named Engineering Excellence Award Finalists

Posted on 4 August 2020

Both projects, delivered by Seymour Whyte, represent the outstanding achievement in engineering and demonstrate the invaluable contribution engineering makes to the economy, community and the environment.

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Seymour Whyte launches inaugural Reconciliation Action Plan, Reflect

Posted on 29 July 2020

Seymour Whyte has launched its inaugural Reconciliation Action Plan to build smarter partnerships and connections with First Nations People and communities.

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Seymour Whyte CEO renews pay equity ambassador commitment

Posted on 17 July 2020

Seymour Whyte Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director John Kirkwood has recently renewed his role as a Pay Equity Ambassador for the Workplace Gender Equality Agency.

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Technically rewarding smart motorway project achieves milestone

Posted on 22 May 2020

It is no mean feat that Seymour Whyte achieved a key project milestone by installing all 46 motorway gantries, in less than a year, on Sydney's first M4 smart motorway.

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Let’s start a conversation: Mental Health Awareness Month

Posted on 15 May 2020

Let’s start a conversation... Our Bruce Highway Upgrade team on the Caloundra Road to Sunshine Motorway (CR2SM) project is making an invisible issue impossible to ignore this Mental Health Awareness Month.

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Mardi to Warnervale Pipeline Project Breaks Ground

Posted on 8 May 2020

Mardi to Warnervale Pipeline Project breaks ground. The future security of the Central Coast's water supply took a major step forward in early May with the first pipes being laid to mark the start of construction of the Spiecapag Seymour Whyte JV pipeline project.

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Seymour Whyte wins coveted first package of M1 works to Tugun

Posted on 22 April 2020

Seymour Whyte is now set to continue south on the Gold Coast’s Pacific Motorway (M1) towards the Queensland/New South Wales border, after winning the first of three packages of work in the $1.03 billion Varsity Lakes to Tugun (VL2T) upgrade.

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Mons Road interchange

More upgrades to the Bruce Highway

Posted on 20 April 2020

A Seymour Whyte joint venture with John Holland will deliver important flood proofing and congestion-busting upgrades along the Bruce Highway at the Maroochydore Road and Mons Road interchanges in Forest Glen, Queensland.

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Changing the face of construction

Posted on 16 April 2020

Meet Sarah Brooks, Seymour Whyte Quality and Completions Manager. As a female in the construction industry, Sarah is changing the face of construction - a dynamic industry she enjoys where no two days are ever the same.

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Construction set to start on Melbourne Airport’s $60m express road

Posted on 18 February 2020

Seymour Whyte wins Melbourne Airport contract to address growing traffic congestion through the construction of an elevated loop road from the Tullamarine Freeway into the airport's Terminal 4 ground transport hub.

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VINCI launches 2020 innovation challenge for engineering students

Posted on 6 February 2020

Have an innovative or sustainable idea? Do you know how construction companies and the industry can develop and adapt to meet society's needs and improve people's quality of life? Seymour Whyte is calling on all engineering students to 'envision the construction industry of tomorrow' as we launch our 2020 innovation challenge – 'The Trail by VINCI Construction'.

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Australia’s-first Diverging Diamond Interchange revealed

Posted on 29 November 2019

In an Australian-first, the Bruce Highway’s Caloundra Road interchange is being transformed into a Diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI) with the opening of the first stage to traffic on Thursday morning 28 November 2019.

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Seymour Whyte triumphant at Civil Contractors Federation National Awards

Posted on 29 November 2019

Seymour Whyte’s Yandhai Nepean Crossing project has been awarded Australia's most prestigious civil award for engineering excellence by the Civil Contractors Federation (CCF) at the 2019 National Earth Awards held in Canberra.

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Seymour Whyte JV wins $481M Bruce Highway project in Cairns

Posted on 1 November 2019

Seymour Whyte – as part of the HSA Consortium with John Holland and AECOM – will deliver the design and construction of the $481 million Bruce Highway Upgrade between Edmonton and Gordonvale near Cairns. Construction is expected to start in early 2020 and conclude in 2023. Will MacDonald, Seymour Whyte Regional Manager – Northern said […]

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Engineering excellence recognition for Melbourne’s iconic Swan Street Bridge

Posted on 3 September 2019

Melbourne’s iconic Swan Street bridge has won the 2019 Victoria Civil Contractors Federation (CCF) Earth Awards Category 5 (Projects between $30-70 million value) on 16 August 2019. The Victorian Government/Seymour Whyte project was a complex endeavour and included the design and construction of the bridge which included incorporating a cantilevered four-metre shared user path on […]

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Graduate Engineer Daniel Stojcevski finds his fit at Seymour Whyte

Posted on 6 August 2019

A chance conversation in a café led Daniel Stojcevski to Seymour Whyte. But after almost two years, he has shown the value of finding the right fit. “I graduated from university in May 2017, and I was trying to find work after that, within engineering,” Daniel remembers. “I wasn’t successful, and I ended up doing […]

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A better balance for what is important is a good thing

Posted on 9 May 2019

Andrew Deck, Seymour Whyte Project Director on Sydney’s M4 Smart Motorway project, knows first-hand how hard it is to balance life and work. “I’m a big believer in work ethic, working hard and giving 100 percent all day and every day to what you do. I’m passionate about that. But on reflection I think, in […]

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Altogether stronger: Striking a better balance for working parents

Posted on 7 March 2019

Jessica English, Project Administration Manager, discusses how Seymour Whyte provided incredibly valuable hands-on training, as well as providing flexibility during her pregnancy and return to work. Jess started her career in construction as the first female employee at a Gold Coast contracting firm as a Traffic Controller. Before her construction job, Jess worked in hospitality […]

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Graduates always get what they want

Posted on 7 February 2019

Recently armed with a degree in civil engineering, Gabrielle Pawley is one of the 24 graduates with Seymour Whyte making a real difference on one of the largest road infrastructure road projects in Australia.

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