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Rork celebrates milestone at 28 King Street

Rork Projects’ has celebrated a significant milestone at its major new build project underway at 28 King Street, for DeMartini Fletcher Property. Drone footage captured the main concrete pour on site, which saw 110 cubic metres of concrete poured over a 650 square metre area. The project used Greenstar compliant concrete and reinforcement, which target a range of environmentally sustainable …

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Rork Sydney wins Tribunal Project

Rork Projects Sydney has been selected to construct the new world class NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT) in Parramatta for the NSW Department of Communities and Justice. Attorney General Mark Speakman announced Rork Projects as the construction company selected to deliver the state-of-the-art fit out. “The Indigenous owned company brings to this project 20 years’ experience in corporate, education and government refurbishments and …

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It’s the vibe: refurbishment work at the High Court

We are pleased to announce Rork Projects has been appointed by the High Court of Australia to complete the construction of a new security control room and refurbishment of the ground floor lobby with staff entry. The project includes working with the heritage architect on matching the existing building’s unique details, including the bush hammer concrete finish and extension of …

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Rork appointed for major AIS upgrade project

We’re pleased to announce our appointment as Construction Manager by the Australian Sports Commission for major mechanical upgrade works at the iconic Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) in Canberra. The AIS is Australia’s high performance sports training institution opening in 1981 and situated on a 66-hectare site campus is in the northern Canberra suburb of Bruce. The approx. $6m project …

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Revitalising Canberra’s iconic City Walk

The ACT Government has engaged Rork Projects to help put the soul back into the heart of Canberra’s City Centre. Rork Projects has been appointed as construction manager of the ACT Government’s City Walk Upgrade  – a project which will revitalise the iconic avenue making it more a more attractive, accessible, and exciting destination. The $1.6 million investment from ACT …

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From stately home to art gallery

From stately home, to espionage to art gallery. Rork Projects are honoured to be transforming this Sydney historical house into an community art gallery for the Woollahra Municipal Council. St Brigid’s was designed by English architect Frederick Moore Simpson and built in 1897 for Captain Arthur Lassetter as their family home. Over its lifetime this significant heritage building has had …

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Rork Canberra announces partnership with Westpac

Rork, Canberra’s original construction and fit out company, partnered with one of Australia’s most iconic institutions to transform office operations in response to the changing landscape of global banking.  Westpac engaged Rork Projects as head contractors to deliver design and construct services for an exciting fit out of their ‘Civic Quarter’ on Northbourne Avenue in Canberra.  The nine-week project saw …

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Creating the heart and soul of a community

We recently handed over the Providence Community Centre in South Ripley, Queensland after a stunning makeover. The Community Centre is a natural gathering point and the social hub of South Ripley and is set to become the heart and soul of the community. The scope of works included: Floor space 1000m2 New main entrance to the north elevation of the building …

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Rork Projects building Brisbane’s north

Rork Projects’ growth in Brisbane continues with the company’s Queensland team announced as the successful tenderer for an $8 million new build project in Caboolture, starting this month. General Manager for Rork Projects Queensland, Matt Clayton said the project is a significant win for the company since it established itself in Brisbane four years ago. “Our team’s experience crosses sectors, …

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A major resource to growing community

The Wentworth Point Community Centre and Library (WPCCL) in Western Sydney is open. WPCCL is a dynamic, multipurpose community hub offering a range of benefits and resources for residents and businesses. Situated at the heart of Wentworth Point, a bustling community along the Parramatta River, the new two-level facility offers a state-of-the-art library and community centre space for the public. …