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Rork delivers for Parramatta

Western Sydney now has access to a new, state of the art NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT) registry in the Parramatta CBD, delivered by Rork Projects and officially opened to the public in February. NSW Attorney-General Mark Speakman, City of Parramatta Lord Mayor Cr Bob Dwyer and President of the NCAT Justice Lea Armstrong were all in attendance at …

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Rork Projects launches new national event series

Rork Projects is proud to announce the launch of a new annual event series, Constructive Conversations, bringing together industry experts to share their perspectives and insights for the year ahead. Brisbane will kick off the Constructive Conversations series on the 11 February, with the Canberra, Sydney and Melbourne events to follow. Rork Projects Managing Director, Brian O’Rourke said that the …

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A lift up at St Brigid’s

New photos show pre-assembly of the galvanised steel lift shaft that has been constructed as part of Rork Projects’ refurbishment works at St Brigid’s in Double Bay. This significant undertaking is a holding point for the project and doubles as a secondary check for glazing measurements. Upon sign-off, the lift shaft will be disassembled and epoxy coated before being reassembled …

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Southgate’s countdown to Christmas

After almost four months of alternating day and night shift work, the Southgate Shopping Centre’s vertical transport upgrade works are nearing completion as programmed. All the moving walks are now back in service with the final remaining pair of escalators due to open at the end of November and in time for the Christmas shopping period. The combination of a …

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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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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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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. …

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Wentworth Point Library & Community Centre nears completion

Work continues at a prompt and efficient pace for our Sydney office as the completion date for the Wentworth Point Library and Community Centre draws closer. This $13 million priority project – to be completed soon – is part of the City of Parramatta Council’s provision of public amenities in order to address the needs of a growing community at …

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Stunning finish to 74 Castlereagh Street, Sydney

Rork Projects Sydney recently delivered a stunning flexible working environment in 74 Castlereagh Street for Country State Development Pty Limited (Country State). Designed by Chada and Project Managed by APP Corporation Pty Limited, this new space compliments the existing high quality range of flexible working, serviced offices and suites already in existence in the building. Country State required the services …