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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..
Today marks the first day of Men’s Health Week 2021. Lahey Constructions would like to honour the strengths and contributions of our male staff and encourage men to take a more active role in improving their mental health and their relationships – with family, friends, mates, colleagues, and communities. The theme for Men’s Health Week is all about CONNECTING. It is evident in the construction industry that work can come first, and the hours can pull away from other important activities – like going to the doctors for regular check-ups, spending that extra time with our families, or simply catching…read more..
Continuing a long-held tradition, Lahey Construction employees recently dusted off the golf clubs and sponsored one of the holes in Northrop Newcastle’s Annual Charity Golf Day, aimed at raising vital funds for Ronald McDonald House Charities Australia. Following this year’s successful event, Northrop Consulting Engineers has donated a whopping $41,041.90 to Ronald McDonald House. This donation will cover the accommodation costs for 303 nights for families with a seriously ill or injured child. Congrats to everyone involved – Lahey Constructions is proud to participate in such a worthy cause. If you would like to help support this vital program, go to www.rmhc.org.au/donate Photo: Lahey’s…read more..
Lahey Constructions staff are enjoying the stylish surrounds of the new Sydney office at Union Street, Pyrmont – with the final corporate branding finishes installed this week. The new location incorporates upgraded facilities to suit Lahey’s growing staff needs, while also improving connectivity to the Kempsey office and providing better access to our city-based clients. You can visit our Sydney office at The Terrace, Ground Floor 60 Union Street, Pyrmont, or our Kempsey office at 16 Nicholson Street. Our phone numbers remain unchanged at Sydney (02) 9509 3333 or Kempsey (02) 6561 4800.read more..
National Reconciliation Week runs from May 27 to June 3 and urges Australians to take the growing awareness and understanding of the unique cultures and issues of First Nations people and use it as a springboard towards more substantive acts. This year’s reconciliation theme, ‘More than a word’, encourages us all to walk the talk and take more action. Lahey Constructions officially acknowledges the traditional owners when working on their land and remains committed to ensuring Indigenous culture and practices are incorporated throughout every stage of its projects. Join with us to walk the talk, and together let us play…read more..
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.read more..
On Wednesday April 28, a number of project stakeholders including Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan MP, State Member for Coffs Harbour Gurmesh Singh MP and Coffs Harbour Mayor Councillor Denise Knight, gathered to witness a traditional smoking ceremony to celebrate the Gumbayngirr name for the Wiigulga Sports Complex project. This was an exciting milestone for the build, which signified the start of project works. Lahey Constructions is overjoyed to be the Head Contractor on this project, and our team is eager to support stakeholders, staff and subcontractors throughout the progression of this exciting build. Click on the link below…read more..
The Cannonbelles kicked off their 2021 season of rugby last weekend in Crescent Head’s annual Rugby Sevens Tournament. With round one of the Upper Mid North Coast rugby union competition set to start on April 24, Lahey Constructions extends its very best to the team and wish these talented young women a successful season of sport. Photo credit: Macleay Argus.read more..
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The Terrace, Ground Floor, 60 Union Street PYRMONT NSW 2009
PO Box R1779 Royal Exchange NSW 1225
T: (02) 9509 3333
16 Nicholson Street KEMPSEY NSW 2440
PO Box 617 KEMPSEY NSW 2440
T: (02) 6561 4800
Suite 2.08, 55 Miller St, Pyrmont, NSW 2009
(02) 9509 3333
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