Whitsunday Regional Council today voted to award Paynter Dixon Queensland the tender to construct stage 1 of the Whitsunday Coast Airport terminal expansion project.
Project Manager, Katrina Tomkins & Sector Leader (Government) Kellie Brinckman (pictured) both attended the International Women’s Day (IWD) great debate today. The event, hosted by The Institute of Managers and Leaders, raised more than $30K for the YWCA’s work supporting women in crisis. Although sad stories were shared from Australia ...
The spectacular new Kurrawa Surf Life Saving Club had its Grand Opening last night, with a number of special guests invited to formally usher in this exciting new chapter in one of Australia’s premier SLS Clubs. Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate commenced proceedings, unveiling a plaque to commemorate the ...
We are making spectacular progress on site at Brookfield Green Residential Aged Care, with construction works taking shape by the day. The project will include a 16 bed special needs unit and a 16 bed step-down unit. Designed to optimise the surrounding Brookfield bushland, the project will also integrate 64 ...
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.
Paynter Dixon Queensland (PDQ) have partnered with longstanding clients at Redcliffe Leagues club, as site works commence for Stage 2 of the Redcliffe Dolphin Stadium. The project is part of a $6 million dollar build jointly funded by the Moreton Bay Regional Council, Queensland State Government, the Federal Government and ...
The next generation of carpenters are upon us, as Paynter Dixon Queensland welcome our newest Apprentice, Nick. Recently taking part in PDQ’s school based training program, Nick successfully completed 375 hours of work experience, receiving his Certificate II in Civil Construction. He was mentored by PDQ’s Alan McLean, Brian Minchinton ...
Paynter Dixon Queensland joined long term clients Kaloma on Saturday November 11 to celebrate their 30 years of operation and the official opening of the recent extensions and refurbishment at Kaloma Home for the Aged Goondiwindi.
A one of a kind project, Brisbane’s historic Red Brick Hotel in Woolloongabba has been redeveloped by PDQ’s Hospitality team. Working alongside our client, the Hakfoort Group, PDQ were given the task of restoring the charm and heritage of this celebrated pub through an end to end design and construct ...
Nestled in the foothills of the Gold Coast Hinterland, PDQ’s latest Aged Care project Carinity Cedarbrook has now reached completion. Located in Mudgeeraba, the facility offers residents expansive rural views and stunning internal facilities.
A fantastic effort by our PDQ Cycling Team, completing the 2017 Brisbane to Gold Coast Challenge on Sunday. After months of training and preparation, our cyclists braved 100km of turbulent winds, heavy rain full and flash flooding - all in the name of charity!
An incredible effort by Paynter Dixon Queensland, securing the Major Award in Diversity at the Master Builders Queensland Housing and Construction Awards last Friday. PDQ were recognised for their Regional Training and Development Program, developed by PDQ’s Rue Grimston and Daniel Dunne.
Construction is coming along nicely at Kurrawa Surf Lifesaving Club as PDQ ramp up to practical completion. The finishes are now being revealed with commissioning of services works commencing in the coming weeks. The team have begun surrounding external works, with pavements being installed and landscaping undergoing procurement. The ground ...
Earlier this year saw the devastating aftermath of tropical Cyclone Debbie in Central and North Queensland. Many months later PDQ are still at work, undergoing restorations for multiple businesses across the region.
Paynter Dixon Queensland are proud to partner with clients at the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Health Service, recently delivering an additional 74 beds to the Jimbelunga Nursing Centre in Eagleby. The Hon Ken Wyatt officially opened the new wing and extensions to residents in August.
A huge congratulations to Grace Thompson and Mitch Kruk, Paynter Dixon Queensland’s representatives for the 2017 Mate’s In Construction Kokoda Challenge.