Whitsunday Regional Council today voted to award Paynter Dixon Queensland the tender to construct stage 1 of the Whitsunday Coast Airport terminal expansion project.
Site works have officially kicked off at Redlands RSL, as Paynter Dixon Queensland (PDQ) undertake the $9.5 million-dollar Stage 2 Multi Storey Carpark and Club Interface project. The works involve the design and construction of a new three level carpark, which will provide an additional 324 car spaces.
IT’S bigger and better and for the first time in almost 60 years it can fit hundreds of surf boards in the basement.
The starter’s gun has been fired on the Mackay Sports Precinct project with the awarding of a $23.8 million tender.
A TOWNSVILLE business is backing the State Government’s new Buy Queensland procurement strategy, saying it is boosting the economy.
Paynter Dixon Queensland (PDQ) has just completed the highly anticipated Caltex retail precinct at the Ripley Travel Centre.
THE first work to transform CQUniversity's Gladstone Marina campus in a $12.5 million revamp will begin next month, the university announced today.
In a win for the local construction industry, the first sod has been turned on a $5.5 million government-led housing construction in Condon.
A $25-million residential aged-care development at Brookfield will officially begin construction today with City of Brisbane Lord Mayor Graham Quirk, Carinity CEO Jon Campbell & PDQ Director, John McCafferty turning the first sod on site at 1.15pm.
Mayor Paul Pisasale, Cr Andrew Antonelli, Cr Kerry Silver, State Member Jennifer Howard, and Federal Member Shayne Neumann will attend the Australia Day celebrations at Riverview Farm on Thursday 26th January 2017.
Paynter Dixon Queensland Senior Contract Administrator Katrina Tomkins has been recognised for excellence in the field, taking out top honours in the ‘Women in Building’ category of this year’s Master Builders Housing and Construction Awards.
Kurrawa Surf Club Sod Turning Event - Division 10 Councillor Paul Taylor, Club President of Kurrawa Surf Club, Michael McSweeney and Paytner Dixon Head of Hospitality Entertainment & Leisure, Paul Coory turned the first sod today for the new Kurrawa Surf Club.
28th April, 2016...Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Minister for Women Michalia Cash visited the Paynter Dixon Jimbelunga construction site on Wednesday to speak with many of Paynter Dixon’s female employees. Ms Cash and Mr Turnbull spoke to each employee about their roles, background and the industry’s approach to Women in ...