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Continuing a great run of success with several recent contract awards, Lahey Constructions has been selected as the preferred builder for the exciting Bowraville Sports Hub project. Largely funded by the NSW Government, with significant support from Nambucca Valley Council, the project is the result of long-term collaboration between several Bowraville community and sporting groups. Designed to replace aged, rundown facilities with a sporting, recreational and wellness hub, the Bowra Sports Hub is set to benefit and support all sectors of the wider community. The Bowraville sporting precinct will be transformed to host and coordinate multiple sporting codes, with the…read more..
In line with the NSW Government’s unprecedented announcement to pause all construction works in the Greater Sydney region until July 30, workers at our Sydney based sites have downed tools and will stay-at-home as requested to help stop the Delta outbreak. Lahey Regional Centres are OPEN. Our head office at Kempsey on the Mid North Coast and many of our work sites, located around the state, remain fully operational with full covid-19 compliance. Our thoughts are with our Sydney crews and everyone affected by this current lockdown. Please, stay safe and well, and we look forward to seeing the construction…read more..
Lahey Constructions has cemented its reputation within the Singleton region, having this month secured the contract to deliver the Singleton Rugby Club‘s new Western Grandstand. The grandstand is Lahey’s third consecutive project in the area, following on from the recently completed Animal Management Facility and work-in-progress Singleton Arts and Cultural Centre, both delivered for Singleton Council. Funded by multiple NSW Government grants, the new covered grandstand facility will provide the popular Rugby Union Club with seating for 440 spectators, kiosk, change Rooms, gym area, toilet facilities, storeroom, and a training and rehabilitation room. The project will provide significant benefits to…read more..
The landscaping design for Charles Sturt University Port Macquarie Stage 2 has been shortlisted for the Bruce Mackenzie Landscape Award, with the project making the Top 40 of the Think Brick Awards 2021. Architecture BVN was commissioned to develop a masterplan for the new campus at Lake Innes, with Stages 2A and 2B successfully delivered by Lahey Constructions. The final campus will form three large courtyards of differing proportions and character, creating vital landscape areas and outdoor rooms to support the university community. The completed Stage 2 shown here forms two sides of the campus’ second courtyard, connected with Adbri…read more..
Following Lahey Construction’s recent contract award by the NSW Land and Housing Corporation (LAHC), work is now underway on a new housing renewal project to provide modern, fit-for-purpose homes for local seniors who may be at risk of homelessness. The development will deliver six one-bedroom social homes in a two-storey residential complex at 59 Middleton Street, South Kempsey, and is part of the NSW Government’s investment to deliver more and better social housing throughout regional NSW. Minister for Water, Property and Housing, Melinda Pavey said the dwellings were designed to the highest standard to make a positive contribution to the…read more..
NAIDOC Week celebrates the richness and diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and culture. It’s a week where all Australians can celebrate, learn and grow together. The theme this year is ‘Heal Country’. To do this, we all need to embrace the cultural knowledge of First Nations people and understanding of country as more than just a place. The team at Lahey Constructions acknowledges the land on which we live, meet and work. From our head office on Dunghutti land in Kempsey and our Sydney office on Gadigal land at Pyrmont, to our worksites across Gumbaynggirr, Birpai, Wanaruah,…read more..
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.…read more..
A host of Lahey Constructions employees recently met up with visiting members of the Upper Macleay Yowies Football Club to present a hefty cheque for $3,000 towards purchasing winter club jackets. With a tagline that proudly declares “From the ashes we rise as one” the Yowies are a testament to the resilient spirit shared among those directly affected by the devastating bushfires of Black Summer 2019. Many families within the Upper Macleay lost houses or property and were still reeling from the tragedy when it came time to register for the 2020 football season. The once thriving Yowies Club managed…read more..
Lahey Constructions is delighted to be working with BGIS on the façade remediations of Burwood Police Station and Moree Police Station. The works are inclusive of the complete removal and replacement of the building façades and will be conducted while both stations remain open and operating as normal. Having previously completed multiple projects for NSW Police, Lahey is adept at undertaking what are sometimes difficult construction processes whilst maintaining a live and fully operational police station and ensuring the safety of all employees and community members alike. Work is due to commence late July at both Burwood and Moree. Photo:…read more..
Following on from its successful completion of Stage 6 for Nambucca Valley Christian Community School (NVCCS), Lahey Constructions is thrilled to be awarded the contract to deliver Stage 7. Lahey will again partner with Stanton Dhal Architects, who recently announced construction commencement of the new classroom building at NVCCS to accommodate the rapid growth of the school. This new building is the first two-storey building on campus and will provide the school with additional GLAs and a separate secondary library with seminar room to enhance the secondary learning environment. Furthermore, substantial earth reclamation will also be part of the works…read more..
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