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Landmark Building | Superintendent

Landmark Building | Superintendent

City of Armadale - Landmark Office Building - Superintendent The Landmark Building Project  has a vision to deliver 6 major projects in the Armadale City precinct to relocate various neighbouring governmental departments to new building over a period of 10 years. This...

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Wheatstone LNG Onslow

Wheatstone LNG Onslow

The Australian commercial energy development sector is continuously looking for more resources onshore and offshore. In 2012 a major commercial energy resource provider envisioned a project in the north of Western Australia on the LNG deposits. In 2012 the project’s...

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Broome Emergency Department

Broome Emergency Department

Successful Projects was appointed to assist with Phase II of the five staged refurbishment of the Broome Hospital Emergency Department. It includes construction to five stages whilst maintaining continuous operations of surrounding work areas.  We work with multiple...

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Mine Processing Plant

Mine Processing Plant

The tender stage of this project included design, procurement and construction of three iron ore processing plants. Working with the design, procurement and estimation team to prepare a detailed project schedule to demonstrate our client’s ability to successfully...

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Shutdown Planning

Shutdown Planning

A major Gold producer engaged Successful Projects to assist with shutdown planning and the Key deliverables included detailed Microsoft Project schedules for pre-shut, Shut and Post Shutdown Planning. Successful Projects developed detailed Microsoft Project schedules...

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Local and State Government Construction Projects

Local and State Government Construction Projects

Successful Projects has been involved in the successful delivery of multiple Local and State Government construction projects for a Construction Client. The projects require detailed planning and coordination of tender, contract award, construction methodology and...

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