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First floor pour at 28 King

December has been a big month for Rork Projects and DeMartini Fletcher Property, with the major suspended slab concrete pour at 28 King Street now complete. Spectacular drone footage captures the pour and the methods used to reinforce the concrete. Post tensioning is a technique used to reinforce and stabilise large slabs of concrete. Tendons, which consist of cables within …

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Improving Indigenous participation

As an Indigenous business, we know that engaging with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and businesses empower our communities. It’s something we continue to strive for across our various project sites. Eddie Blanket – from Badu Island in the Torres Strait – is our site labourer on our Caboolture project – importantly ensuring the site is safe, organized and …

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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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Checking in on Mental Health

Last week, we held a ‘Mental Health BBQ Check-In’ for our crew at our project site at Caboolture, QLD. Facilitated by Tina Winchester (Mental Health Director – Mentally Well Workplaces) with the help of  Caleb Hall from Red Rock Recruitment, the event brought everyone together on site to talk about Mental Health and to be able to sit together and …

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Rork Projects join Bullets as Major Partner

The Brisbane Bullets and Rork Projects are thrilled to announce that Rork Projects will be joining the club as a Major Partner. The significant announcement means the successful Australian construction company will increase their support of the NBL Club after first joining as an Official Partner and Indigenous Round naming rights partner last season. Bullets CEO Peter McLennan says the …

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Rork Projects launches new division in Queensland

To meet a surge in demand for specialist construction projects, Rork Projects Queensland has launched a new division to deliver refurbishments, fit outs and minor construction works. Rork Minor Works will sit alongside Rork Projects’ major project team and will focus on delivering a range of needs, from office upgrades to significant maintenance works.General Manager for Rork Projects Queensland, Matt …

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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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‘Nail-biting’ win celebrates Indigenous Round

The Brisbane Bullets made it six straight wins, as their charge to the NBL Finals continues – this time beating Melbourne United 87 points to 83 The win capped off an historic night in front of a near-sellout crowd at “The Armoury” at Nissan Arena in Brisbane marking the NBL’s Indigenous Round. The NBL’s Indigenous Round not only honours the …