Project Completion

Charles Sturt University | Stage 2 Officially Opened

Lahey Construction’s Project Manager Bill Maley and Contracts Administrator Ken Foran recently attended Charles Sturt University Port Macquarie to celebrate the fruition of Stage 2 at the thriving regional campus. NSW Premier, the Hon. Gladys Berejiklian and Port Macquarie MP, the Hon. Leslie Williams, were among the distinguished guests who officiated at the opening ceremony and paid homage to the excellent design and construction delivered by Architecture BVN, Savills, and Lahey Constructions. The state-of-the-art project has increased campus capacity at the popular regional university from 1,000 to 2,800 students – making it the largest international campus in NSW outside the metropolitan cities.…


Project Opening | Country Universities Centre Macleay Valley

Lahey Constructions is excited to announce the Country Universities Centre (CUC) Macleay Valley project celebrated its official opening on April 30. The CUC represents a new era of learning, providing support services for the 300 local students that have opted to study externally. There is widespread support for the State funded facility, with local Federal MP Pat Conaghan and Kempsey Mayor Liz Campbell amongst those present at the official ribbon cutting ceremony. Photo Credit: Macleay Valley Argus.


Project Completion | NVCCS Stage 6

Well done to the Nambucca Valley Christian Community School (NVCCS) project team on the successful completion of Stage 6! Comprising woodwork and metalwork rooms, a music and drama room, practice rooms, staff facilities and general learning areas, Stage 6 has provided vital facilities for the growing independent K-12 school. Lahey takes this opportunity to thank the project team for Stage 6 works: Architectural: Stanton Dahl Architects Structural: Brad Tolhurst Consulting Electrical: Ken Offord & Associates Hydraulic/Fire: Glenn Haig Mechanical & JV3: Northrop Consulting Engineers Construction: Lahey Constructions


Project Handover | Richard Gill School

Lahey Constructions  recently handed over the Richard Gill School in Muswellbrook. Lahey worked collaboratively with Chris English (Richard Gill School Principal) and Stanton Dahl Architects to deliver this next generation learning space. The school is designed to focus on the emotional, intellectual, and social benefits that musical education and physical activity provide for today’s children and their futures. Lahey is thrilled to continue its relationship with Richard Gill School as it continues to expand, and would like to thank everyone who contributed to the delivery of this extraordinary project. To find out how the power of music is being used in…


Practical Completion | SCAS Sustainability & Environmental Centre

Lahey Constructions is thrilled to add another project to its extensive education portfolio, with the award of practical completion on the St Columba Anglican School Sustainability and Environmental Centre. The works were successfully delivered by our talented regional staff, receiving praise from the school regarding their tremendous efforts. The project included multi-purpose learning spaces, an outdoor Kitchen (future)/learning area, breakout spaces, wet areas, landscaping, and covered walkways. Lahey Constructions would like to thank St Columba Anglican School, Coffey Projects and DRA Architects, for their continued support throughout the project. We look forward to working together again on the next opportunity!


Project Completion | CSU Port Macquarie Stage 2A

Lahey is delighted to announce the completion of Stage 2A Main Building works at Charles Sturt Universities’ Port Macquarie Campus. The Stage 2A development comprised the design and construction of a number of state-of-the-art tiered and flat-floored learning and teaching spaces, a laboratory, multiple breakout and collaborative meeting spaces, kitchens and amenities, an events space, a gymnasium, and additional car parking. The Stage 2A development flows from the existing campus via a link way across the adjacent wildlife reserve allowing for safe animal crossing underneath. Construction has already commenced on Stage 2B works which will see the construction of the…


Project Delivered | Salamander Bay Senior Housing

Lahey has successfully delivered the Salamander Bay Senior Housing in Port Stephens, NSW achieving practical completion and occupancy. The new retirement village was developed to allow the new buildings to fit contextually into the existing low density precinct. A collaborative effort by all key stakeholders ensured the successful delivery of this project.


Central Sydney Intensive English High School, Alexandria

Lahey are proud to have delivered the new Central Sydney Intensive English High School, Alexandria on behalf of School Infrastructure NSW. Congratulations again to the entire Lahey team and everyone involved for your hard-work and dedication to deliver this project in time for the Day 1, Term 1 of the new 2019 school year.


Terrace Gardens Official Opening

Lahey’s Keith Manning and Mick Cardile were proud to attend the official opening of the Terrace Gardens Residential Aged Care facility in Palmerston, NT recently. Built by Lahey, the project involved a 32-bed extension to the existing facility including an expansion of the kitchen and central dining and lounge areas. We were thrilled to work with the teams at Blue Care, Hodgkison Architects and Australian Regional and Remote Community Services Ltd on this fantastic project. To read further about the opening ceremony, please click the following link:


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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