AIA 2018 Awards Shortlist

  • By lahey
  • Jul 3rd, 2018
  • Awards

Lahey are proud to announce that the Joynton Avenue Creative Centre (Greensquare) project has been shortlisted in the following three categories at the upcoming Australian Institute of Architects NSW Architecture Awards; Heritage Architecture Public Architecture Small Project Architecture The awards are to be held this Friday 6th July at The Venue in Alexandria. Good luck to all nominees!

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New CEO at Lahey

  • By lahey
  • Jun 14th, 2018
  • News

The Directors of the organisation have appointed Vargha Zare as new CEO, taking over from Philip Lahey. Mr Zare joined the company in March 2016 and has been acting in the role of Chief Operating Officer, he has developed a long list of achievements and overseen and supported numerous construction and infrastructure projects during his career. Mr Lahey said Mr Zare’s experience and approach would be particularly beneficial when he officially takes the reins from June 2018. Mr Lahey said, ‘’the appointment reflected a carefully planned transition, with Mr Zare’s immediate challenge, to grow the business in an increasingly difficult…

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2018 AIB Awards

  • By lahey
  • Jun 13th, 2018
  • Awards

Lahey were proud to support the 2018 AIB Awards held at Doltone House last Friday, thanks to all at the AIB for making the evening a memorable one! Our project ‘Harbord Public School – New Facilities’ picked up the High Commendation Award in the Category Commercial Construction $5M to $25M, well done to the team! Special thanks to CMA and the consultants, Root Partnerships, Harbord Public School Staff and Principal, Craig Davis and SINSW for their involvement on this project.  

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Joynton Avenue Creative Precinct Completion

Congratulations to the Green Square project team on reaching a major milestone, completion of the new Joynton Avenue Creative Precinct. The former iconic South Sydney Hospital site has been transformed into a creative hub for the community to enjoy. The heritage listed Esme Cahill Building now known as the JACC (Joynton Avenue Creative Centre) building, was originally built in 1936 and used as nurse’s accommodation.  In succession of the detailed refurbishment works, this building is now home to community and art centre spaces.  As pictured, the building features 7 copper clad awnings that are internally lined with ‘Black Butt’ timber…

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Christmas Fundraiser Buys New Trauma Beds!

  • By lahey
  • Mar 28th, 2018
  • News

Lahey’s aim for this Christmas fundraiser was to raise enough money for one new trauma bed for the Sydney Children’s Hospital Randwick, the cost of each bed is around $7k. The hospital had identified the need to urgently replace 18 existing beds. Thanks to our amazing supply chain partners, contractors and generous staff we managed to raise a grand total of $23,279, enough money to fund the purchase of 3 new trauma beds!! Well done to all involved, you have made a big difference to the sick and injured children that are treated on a daily basis at the Sydney…

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New Southern Highlands Police Station Tour

  • By lahey
  • Mar 7th, 2018
  • News

Lahey was proud to host a site tour of the new Southern Highlands Police Station on Wednesday 28th February, attendees included; The Honorable Troy Grant (NSW Minister for Police), The Honorable Jai Rowell MP (Member for Wollondilly), Cr Ken Halstead (Wingecarribee Shire Mayor), Gerard Stepien (General Manager Police Property Group), Mark de Fraga (Project Manager,BGIS),  Superintendent Christopher Schilt and Inspector John Klepczarek. Our Senior Management team consisting of Vargha Zare Lahey COO and Ben Lee Project Manager lead the tour group around the new facility which is due to Go Live by June 2018. The new Southern Highlands Police Station…

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Lahey Indigenous Employment Program

  • By lahey
  • Feb 23rd, 2018
  • News

Last week Lahey officially launched our Indigenous Employment Program in conjunction with Hutchinson Builders Statim-Yaga (Start Work) program. We invited all Indigenous employees along with Project Managers from all of our Sydney projects, to our head office in Pyrmont to welcome them into the Lahey family and reaffirm our commitment to ongoing employee mentoring and continued professional development. Glen Duncan, Indigenous Employment Coordinator (Sydney) for Hutchinson Builders (Statim-Yaga) has been working with Vargha Zare (COO), Matt Fearnley (CM) and Bill Richards Murray (Best Practice Manager) over the past year, implementing this successful program into our existing Aboriginal Participation and Corporate…

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Christmas Fundraiser!

  • By lahey
  • Jan 31st, 2018
  • News

This Christmas Lahey once again raised money for the Sydney Children’s Hospital, The Sydney Children’s Hospital Emergency Department (ED) provides urgent medical care for more than 36,500 children each year from babies with severe infections through to teenagers with broken bones. With more than 100 children being cared for in our Emergency Department every day, the ED team need to urgently replace eight of our 18 ED Trauma Beds as these are now more than 8 years old so they are showing significant signs of wear and tear. Our goal was to raise enough money to buy two new trauma…

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Contract Award – Central Sydney Intensive English High School

Lahey Constructions has been awarded the contract for the new build and refurbishment of one of Sydney’s oldest public schools. The Alexandria Park Community School, originally established back in 1890, will be redeveloped and become the new home for the Central Sydney Intensive English High School. The rejuvenated facility will feature a new build three-storey teaching space with a gymnasium that will seamlessly link into the existing refurbished Block D building. The new space will also accommodate general and specialist learning spaces including food technology, art, science, music and performance space as well as a library and hall. The learning environment…

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2017 MBA Awards

  • By lahey
  • Nov 8th, 2017
  • News

Lahey Constructions attended the 2017 Master Builders Association (MBA) Awards evening held last weekend at the Star Event Centre. Thank you to MBA for putting on a spectacular night at this year’s Gala Dinner, as always a great night was had by all! Lahey would like to congratulate the Harbord Public School – New Facilities project team, who won the category for ‘Public Schools up to $15, 000,000’. This was a challenging project working adjacent to a live school site however the Principal and staff at the school were extremely accommodating and helpful throughout the project which allowed a seamless…

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