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06 August 2019

A chance conversation in a cafe 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 ...

18 July 2019

On Tuesday 16 July 2019, The Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack MP visited our M1 Pacific Motorway upgrade project site to see first-hand the recent progress we’ve made. 

09 May 2019

Andrew Deck, Project Director on Sydney’s M4 Smart Motorway project, knows first-hand how hard it is to balance life and work.

07 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.

07 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.

17 December 2018

Civil contracting firm Seymour Whyte – for the first time in the company’s 30-year history – has specialised paving equipment and crew. Seymour Whyte has purchased two concrete batch plants, two main line pavers, a material transfer placer, a single lane paver and two texture curers. Last month, the crew placed the first section of […]

23 November 2018

Seymour Whyte’s Wyong Road & Pacific Highway Upgrade project team were announced winners of the Civil Contractors Federation (CCF) National Earth Awards Project Value $30M–$75M category Celebrating 25 years, the prestigious CCF National Earth Awards Gala Dinner recognised the finalists from 42 projects who gathered in the Great Hall of Parliament House in the nation’s […]

19 November 2018

Utilities infrastructure specialist Rob Carr was amongst the national winners hailed by the Civil Contractors Federation (CCF) for civil construction excellence at the 2018 Earth Awards. Celebrating 25 years, the prestigious CCF National Earth Awards recognised finalists from 42 projects who gathered in the Great Hall of Parliament House in the nation’s capital. Rob Carr’s […]

13 November 2018

Two of Seymour Whyte’s New South Wales employees were among the high achievers honoured at the Civil Contractors Federation (CCF) NSW’s 2018 People Awards. Seymour Whyte Senior Project Engineer Irena Sims won the Women in Construction award for championing gender diversity in construction, while Project Engineer Matthew Westren was recognised for professional excellence in the […]

01 November 2018
After 28 months, Seymour Whyte successfully delivered Australia’s longest single clear-span bridge, measuring 284m in total length with a 200m main span across the Nepean River. The clear-span allows for the 170m required for the river’s heritage rowing course to operate, while providing a safe, shared-user path for pedestrians and cyclists between Penrith and Emu […]