RAP Plan Endorsed

Our Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan is well on track…

  • 02nd Dec, 2021

Lanskey Constructions is very pleased to have joined the growing Australian network committing to reconciliation with our Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) conditionally endorsed by Reconciliation Australia. Karen Mundine, CEO of Reconciliation Australia, writes:

“Lanskey Constructions joins a network of more than 1,100 corporate, government, and not-for-profit organisations that have made a formal commitment to reconciliation through the RAP program.

Since 2006, RAPs have provided a framework for organisations to leverage their structures and diverse spheres of influence to support the national reconciliation movement. The program’s potential for impact is greater than ever, with over 2.3 million people now working or studying in an organisation with a RAP.

This Reflect RAP enables Lanskey Constructions to deepen its understanding of its sphere of influence and the unique contribution it can make to lead progress across the five dimensions. Getting these first steps right will ensure the sustainability of future RAPs and reconciliation initiatives and provide meaningful impact toward Australia’s reconciliation journey.

Congratulations Lanskey Constructions, welcome to the RAP program, and I look forward to following your reconciliation journey in the years to come.”

We thank WA artist, Kevin Bynder for his excellent work producing this unique design (pictured) representing the UNITY of Lanskey Constructions. “(The) Painting shows the 5 offices around the world, four being in Australia and one in New Zealand. The middle circle is a representation of the sectors of the company and all have pathways connecting to each other. The pathways which have started and new people still walk those pathways. The top is the Waagyl (which is the serpent) which is our creator and her body rests in the hills known as the Darling Range”. Kevin Bynder.

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Lanskey Constructions NZ Ltd deliver another supermarket at Pak n Save, Henderson

  • 14thOct, 2021

Despite working through some extreme ground conditions (two winters) and two COVID19 level 4 lockdowns Lanskey constructions new Zealand delivered this store ahead of programme with the store opening its doors during the recent (Aug 21’) level 4 lockdown.

Project scope included demolition of the existing store and construction of this new Pak n Save store of 5,000m2 footprint in Henderson. The project included full footprint underground carpark, pak n Save store and on grade car parking and associated works.

The project has been delivered using an partnering procurement model in conjunction with FSNI.

Lanskey would like to thank all stakeholders for their contributions and efforts in delivering this very challenging project.

New World Supermarket - New Zealand

New World Supermarket - New Zealand

  • 25th Aug, 2021

In New Zealand, the Mangawhai Central Project with a New World Supermarket and the Stage 1 Retail Building is coming out of the ground. We thank MDL Civil and the Lanskey Team and for their work and support in achieving this great progress to date.

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Bushfire-ravaged town welcomes resilient rebuild of shopping precinct

  • 26thJuly, 2021

On 31 December 2019, bushfire ripped through Batemans Bay, on the South Coast of NSW, destroying homes and businesses. Last month, locals celebrated the reopening of the local Homemaker Centre, which was built back stronger to withstand future disasters.

Batemans Bay’s Homemaker Centre had been operating for 25 years before it was damaged by bushfire on New Year’s Eve, 2019.

The Cranbrook Road retail precinct was severely impacted by the fire and required a complete demolition and rebuild.

Working with broker Raymond Saab from Umbrella Insurance, the Batemans Bay Homemaker Centre lodged an insurance claim with Suncorp Group's insurance brand Vero . Vero approved the claim and appointed commercial building specialist Lanskey Constructions to complete the $6 million dollar project.

The brief was to rebuild a beloved and much depended-upon community homewares mecca which could withstand future natural disasters.

“The building went through a catastrophe so we wanted to design and construct a building that would survive a natural disaster and minimise and future collateral damage,” said Lanskey Constructions project manager Shadi Rustom.

The project saw the employment of almost 300 local suppliers and contractors.

“The building is encapsulated by a non-combustible Colourbond lining, so no external linings on the building will be impacted by any future natural disasters,” Mr Rustom explained. “All entry points are fire doors, and all the building’s roller doors and windows are fire-resistant.”

Vero Senior Claims Manager Jasmine Hopkins said that understanding the community’s needs played a key factor in the design of the rebuild.

“We have seen first-hand the devastating and disruptive impact natural disasters have on people, businesses and communities, which is why we worked closely with insured and key tenants to ensure their needs were met and that they were supported throughout the process,” she said.

The re-built centre is home to six local businesses and includes accessibility features such as ramps, conditional parking spots and a chairlift.

“Retail owners have told me that their customers are really impressed with the rebuild,” said Mr Rustom.

“The original structure was built in 1996, so tenants are delighted to have a brand-new building that’s compliant with today’s standards and built to withstand future disasters.”

So far, Betta Home Living, Designer Appliances, Jaycar Electronics, Furniture One, Custom Hire, Eurobodalla Home Improvements and Bay Active PT have moved into the Centre and started operating.

Joint owners of Betta Home Living Dominic McClelland and Geoff Hatton said the feedback from customers and businessowners has been positive.

“The owners are very happy with the end result, as well as the support they received from Vero during this challenging time. We are looking forward to welcoming back our loyal customers to a bigger and brighter Homemaker Centre.”

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PCHF Corporate Charity Golf Event

  • 19thFebruary, 2021

The Team in WA combined yet again with Perth Children Hospital Foundation (PCHF) for the annual Lanskey Constructions Corporate Charity Golf event held on 19th February.

Glorious sunshine christened this year’s event with proceeds totalling close to $9,000.

Congratulations to the great work of the organisers and special thanks to all participants, sponsors and all who gave generously. A great result for PCHF.

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Coles Cobblebank
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Working With Sustainable Building Products

  • 18thFebruary, 2021

Coles Property Developments have partnered with Victorian Recycling Organisation REDGroup and Replas to install the external pavements to the Coles Cobblebank project in Victoria out of Polyrok.

The team assembled at this pour sample includes Coles Property representatives and the Lanskey Constructions Site Team.

This is a sustainable product that is altrernative to aggregate minerals used in concrete and made is made from plastic bags and soft plastic packaging. The team got together on site and filmed a sample that was being poured.

Attached are some pictures of the sample being poured, including the site team of Lanskey Constructions and Coles Property.

Thank you all for your efforts.

Pak'n Save Supermarket, Henderson, New Zealand

Pak'n Save Supermarket, Henderson, New Zealand

  • 4th Feb, 2020

Structure progressing well under an accelerated programme on the Pak'n Save Supermarket in Henderson, New Zealand. The Team are looking forward to the commencement of the roof and moving into the next stages of the project.

New Worls Supermarket Hobsonville
New Worls Supermarket Hobsonville
New Worls Supermarket Hobsonville
New Worls Supermarket Hobsonville

Great timing for the opening of the new New World supermarket in Hobsonville

  • 11thJanuary, 2021

This superb new supermarket opened in time for Christmas, to the delight of Hobsonville residents. Additional retail tenancies will complete this retail centre site and Lanskey’s New Zealand operations are tracking well.

Quote from Myer’s Project Manager, Store Development regarding Lanskey Constructions performance.

Myer Cairns Refurbishment Project -
Quote from Myer’s Project Manager, Store Development regarding Lanskey Constructions performance:

  • 12th November, 2020

"Myer would like to take this opportunity to thank the Lanskey team for all your efforts in creating what really is a one of a kind store for Myer. It's been an absolute pleasure working with the entire project team, even under unprecedented times which 2020 presented to us all in the form of a global pandemic called Covid-19. While we've had to overcome many hurdles, the commitment by the team to ensuring a great outcome for Myer has not waivered.

I can honestly say there has only been positive feedback received for the project, and what we have achieved as a team, not only from internally of Myer, but also Lendlease, and more importantly our customers."

Lanskey Constructions held a Charity Golf Event in support of the Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation – PCHF.

Shopping Centre Redevelopment, Mt Gambier, South Australia

  • 19th June, 2020

Lanskey Constructions is progressing well toward substantial completion for this prominent multi-million dollar Shopping Centre redevelopment for the GLG Group. The project contributes to the renewal of the inner-city landscape in Mt Gambier, South Australia. Construction works are operating on an existing “brownfield" site with Coles Supermarket as the major tenant, along with 9 other speciality tenancies.

Whilst the Covid 19 pandemic has not affected the programme of works, it has been a tremendous challenge for all involved to secure cross border travel and material freight. It has been a fabulous effort from the site personnel in particular that have worked tirelessly through the challenges presented.

GLG Director, Campbell Blennerbassett said, “The COVID-19 pandemic has not adversely impacted construction with interstate collaborations being managed efficiently.” The development is progressing well and everything is on track."

Official opening of the state-of-the-art Norm O’Neill Cricket Training Facility
Official opening of the state-of-the-art Norm O’Neill Cricket Training Facility

Lanskey Constructions engaged on new Batemans Bay $6M disaster resilient Shopping Hub.

  • 27thAugust, 2020

Lanskey Constructions have been appointed as the commercial building specialists to complete the new multimillion-dollar Homemaker Centre in the Cranbrook Rd Retail Precinct in Batemans Bay.

This industrial and retail area was severely damaged by bushfire in December 2019. The first phase of reconstruction of this modern disaster resilient design has begun after Eurobodalla Shire Council approved a development application for the rebuild.

Croydon Central Shopping Centre Redevelopment & Aldi Supermarket

Croydon Central Shopping Centre Redevelopment & Aldi Supermarket

  • June, 2020
  • Newspaper Article
  • The Croydon Central Shopping Centre redevelopment provides the greater Maroondah community with an exciting new Market Food Hall offering customers a range of fresh food and dining experiences and includes a new childcare centre, gym, medical centre, upgraded children's play area. The development also includes 20 luxury three and four bedroom terrace homes.

    Read The Full Article (PDF)

Lanskey Constructions held a Charity Golf Event in support of the Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation – PCHF.

Lanskey Constructions work site of the Oroya Grove Childcare Centre, Victoria.

  • 19th June, 2020

The Oroya Grove Childcare Centre is the 2nd project with our client, the 1st being an Italian Restaurant. The project was initially priced (build only) at over $3.7 and later with the original architect, just over $4.0M.

The experienced Lanskey Team in Melbourne re-worked the design and appointed MCA as the architect with the resulting cost reduction to slightly over $3.6M, including design fees. The project is progressing well despite the COVID 19 interruption and is scheduled to open last term of 2020.

Judy Clarkson and her daughters Sharon and Jodie (both pictured), attended site recently to inspect the works and were very happy with progress.

Judy and her family have been involved in the Childcare industry for over 50 years in the Cranbourne area in Victoria. This year, on the Queen’s Birthday, Judy was awarded the highly prestigious Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for significant service to business through child and aged care projects, and to the community.

Lanskey Constructions are exceptionally pleased to be able to work closely with the family in support of their work within community and on their projects' requirements.

Lanskey Constructions held a Charity Golf Event in support of the Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation – PCHF.
Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation Thank you letter.

Lanskey Constructions held a Charity Golf Event in support of the Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation – PCHF.

  • 28th Feb, 2020

The event was organised by Tony Wiltshire from the WA Office to raise awareness for PCHF and to raise funds to donate. Over 70 players participated from various businesses that work closely with Lanskey Constructions and the event was a great success.

Read The Thank You Letter (PDF)

Sod turning signals start for a new Greenstar Woolworths Centre in Dakabin, Moreton Bay, Queensland.

Sod turning signals start for a new Greenstar Woolworths Centre in Dakabin, Moreton Bay, Queensland.

  • 20th Aug, 2019

To mark the commencement of construction on an exciting new Shopping Centre at Dakabin in the Moreton Bay Region, an official on-site sod turning ceremony was held on Wednesday 7 August 2019.

The multi-million dollar Shopping Centre Development is a Greenstar Project being built by Lanskey Constructions which follows on from another successfully completed Greenstar project for Woolworths in Rosenthal, Victoria. The entire team worked hard on design and value management on both projects to achieve the time, cost and quality outcomes required by the client.

The Dakabin project promises to bring significant employment opportunities to the Moreton Bay region with 150 direct and indirect jobs for local builders and suppliers during the 12 month build and an estimated 200 retail jobs on completion.

Official opening of the state-of-the-art Norm O’Neill Cricket Training Facility
Official opening of the state-of-the-art Norm O’Neill Cricket Training Facility
Official opening of the state-of-the-art Norm O’Neill Cricket Training Facility
Official opening of the state-of-the-art Norm O’Neill Cricket Training Facility

The Norm O’Neill & St Georges River Council Cricket Centre Opening

  • 20th June, 2019

St Georges River Mayor, Kevin Greene and Council’s General Manager, Gail Connolly joined Lanskey Constructions, Director, Paul Lanskey, Project Manager, Kevin Tiburcio and BKA Architect, James Kim for the official opening of the state-of-the-art Norm O’Neill Cricket Training Facility.

Over 100 dignitaries and representatives from Cricket Australia and Cricket NSW attended the ceremony with other guests including past and present players, local juniors and cricket officials from all levels. The refreshments and canapés were prepared onsite from the newly built kitchen/catering section of the facility.

Lanskey Constructions looks forward to the successful delivery of future projects resulting from a strong relationship with Georges River Council, Cricket NSW, Cricket Australia and BKA Architects

New World Long Bay in North Auckland
New World Long Bay in North Auckland
New World Long Bay in North Auckland

Official opening of New World Long Bay in North Auckland.

  • 10th June, 2019
  • Tania Williams

On Monday 27th May 2019, the CEO of Foodstuffs North Island, Chris Quinn joined Lanskey Constructions Director, Ross Williams, General Manager, Garth Hugo and the New Zealand Project Team on site for the official opening of New World Long Bay in North Auckland.

A traditional blessing by local Iwi was followed by a performance from the local school choir and drinks and canapé’s for invited guests. This exceptional opening marked the completion of 18 weeks work on a successful Fit-out contract and Lanskey's first New Zealand Project.

Lanskey Constructions looks forward to continuing the relationship with Foodstuffs New Zealand and have begun work on the Pak & Save Refurbishment at Botany, South Auckland.

Lanskey Constructions appointed builder by Vertiv, global leader in critical infrastructure Projects

Lanskey Constructions appointed builder by Vertiv, global leader in critical infrastructure Projects

  • February, 2019
  • Tania Williams

Lanskey Constructions have been appointed as the builder to deliver the $6.6 million cable landing station, which is the major land-based facility for the Sunshine Coast Council International Broadband Submarine Cable Network Project.

Lanskey Constructions Managing Director, Paul Lanskey said the company is looking forward to the challenge of building this core piece of the network infrastructure.

Earthworks for the landing station will start immediately and the building works are scheduled for completion by the end of June 2019.

During construction, the project, based in Queensland, will directly employ around 80 people, and generate additional indirect economic benefits to surrounding businesses and the community.

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Lanskey Constructions brings the Puma Energy Bitumen terminal in Kwinana to fruition

  • Dec, 2018
  • Newspaper Article
  • When global energy company Puma Energy initiated plans for a pacesetting industry project in Western Australia, one of the key considerations was finding a construction manager in tune with its business values.

    As Jacob Moodie of Puma Energy explains, “It’s our business ethos to work closely with our customers and industry experts to create products that perform under some of the most diverse and demanding road conditions in Australia, and are committed to delivering industry-leading bitumen products and services that will help build roads that perform now, and in the future.”

    With that commitment at the forefront of their thoughts, they turned to Lanskey Constructions to help bring the terminal project to fruition. Puma Energy had worked with Lanskey previously.

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Painting gifted from Ebenezer Home Aboriginal Corporation

Painting gifted from Ebenezer Home Aboriginal Corporation

  • October, 2018
  • Tania Williams

The Lanskey Constructions Team from Western Australia were so proud to receive this amazing painting as a thankyou for their ongoing support to the Ebenezer Home Aboriginal Corporation. This support contributes to providing crisis housing for young women in need. On the 1st September 2018, an additional $2300 was fundraised by the dedicated volunteers at a BBQ hosted by the Lanskey Team at Bunnings, Malaga.

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New Project - Indoor/Outdoor Cricket Centre (NSW)

  • 3rd April, 2018
  • Tania Williams

The 'turning of the sod’ ceremony with representatives from Cricket Australia,The Georges River Council and Cricket Australia. This Indoor/Outdoor Cricket Centre Project is based in Penshurst Park, NSW.

Gibb Group Article
Gibb Group Article

Tanks going in at the Isaac Properties Edmondson Park Project, NSW

  • 27th March, 2018
  • Tania Williams

The attached image illustrates the installation of one of two fuel tanks, each of 100000 litre capacity, at this site. Each tank is made up of 6 chambers which will hold Premium Unleaded, Unleaded and Diesel fuels. The tanks require the use of a 55 tone mobile crane to hoist and place in final position. Each tank is held in place by 4 anchors for stability and a special Pea Gravel aggregate of rounded blue metal is used as self compacting backfill to ensure the walls of the tanks are not punctured.

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Simon Walker (Modus Design), Steve Garces, Tony Ahern (SJA CEO), Hon. Christian Porter MP (Federal Minister for Pearce and Minister for Social Services) & Adam Davis


Lanskey Completes St. John Ambulance - Now Open in Northam WA

  • 23 November, 2017
  • Tania Williams

Federal Minister, Christian Ported officially opened the new St John’s center on October 11th in front of a large audience including local councillors, St John’s emergency workers and staff, and various community members of Northam.

The $4.6m ‘state of the art’ complex comprises an eight-bay ambulance station, a large first aid training facility and a regional office & administration centre for St. John’s Ambulance.

The project is comprised of 5,400m2 of new construction area across two adjacent sites which are dissected by a public main road.

Construction of the project took 30 weeks and was well received by the St. John Property & Development Manager, Michael Longman. Michael commented that , ‘St. John was impressed with the dedication demonstrated by Lanskey in helping to achieve this timeframe and to such a level of quality’.

Lanskey Constructions WA State Manager, Steve Garces congratulated the Lanskey team for a great result on the project. He noted in particular the efforts of Project Manager, Adam Davis and Site Manager, Corey Hoeden.

As far as the facility itself, Steve went on to confirm that the centre will have a huge impact on the area being situated within the Wheatbelt district now that it was fully completed and operational.


Associated Media

Gibb Group Article

Joanna Szweda (3rd from left) with the Lanskey Constructions team at the NAWIC 2017 Crystal Vision Awards.

NAWIC 2017 Crystal Vision Awards - Nomination

  • 23 October, 2017
  • Tania Williams

On Friday 20th October 2017, Lanskey Constructions was proud to nominate Project Manager, Joanna Szweda at the NAWIC 2017 Crystal Vision Awards.

Her work on the Alexandra Hills Hotel Refurbishment & 40 Suite Motel New Build was nominated for the Award for Achievement in General Construction. This award recognised outstanding achievements by a woman who has contributed to construction of a building or structure.

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Gibb Group & Northline, SA

  • 6 July, 2017
  • Tania Williams
  • Newspaper Article
  • "Over 30 years, Lanskey have completed numerous other industrial and high value projects around Australia, but this ( $23M Multi-Modal Transport Hub ) is the first in SA with it’s own dedicated railway access. Teamwork was at the heart of the Project’s success."
    -Marcus Van Gulick, Vic. State Manager

    Download The Article (PDF)

Gibb Group and Northline are very happy with the status of this project under Lanskey Construction’s Project Management Team, and despite numerous changes the design is still on track.

Importantly, Stephen Mullighan, SA Minister for Transport was in attendance and noted what a great project it was for Adelaide and South Australia at large. Matt Gibb from Gibb Group also attended and spoke, endorsing the Ministers comments.

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Newsletter: August 2016 - January 2017

  • January, 2017
  • Various Authors

News, reports, feature projects and more information from Lanskey HQ for the period: August, 2016 - January, 2017.

Includes articles on:

  • Nationwide project updates
  • The Stokehouse - Greenstar Progress
  • Award recipients
  • Social news & community participation

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McDonalds Vass Feature

The Kmart 2016 Safety Award goes to .. Lanskey’s WA Team !!!

  • January, 2017
  • Garth Hugo (WA State Manager)

Couldn't be prouder of your achievement "our Kmart" team headed by Cam and Tony with Colin as Safety Manager for WA. That said, this award was won by every single one of you involved in our Kmart projects. Well done to you all!!

Michael Fagan - Kmart

A post from Michael Fagan - General Manager & Director at Kmart Australia Limited

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Phoenix Rising - from destruction to reconstruction

  • December, 2016
  • Lanskey Constructions

A comprehensive full article outlining the 'TIMELINE OF EVENTS' leading to the official opening of the Waterco building in Rydalmere, NSW on 2nd December, 2016

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Build Australia Magazine: Permission obtained from Sage Media Group BUILD AUSTRALIA to reproduce this article to on this website. Published January 2017.

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McDonalds - Vasse, WA

  • December, 2016
  • Richard Glover

"The latest addition to McDonald’s portfolio. Vasse is the first MOD Linear restaurant in Western Australia. The licensee John Frankham took handover of the restaurant today which is scheduled to open on Friday 16th December. Congratulations to all involved but special mention to Lanskey constructions who delivered a flawless project.” (Dec, 16)

Richard Glover - Senior Construction & Property Development Manager at McDonald's Corporation, Perth, WA.

Gibb Group Article

PUMA Energy, Yanchep, WA

  • 20 Sept, 2016
  • Steven Barker

Puma Energy is proud to announce the opening of Puma Yanchep 20th Sept 2016

Thanks to Team Puma, Lanskey, Lovegroves, Fueltech, TSSI & MRM for their top effort to deliver this new Beachside - Fishing Mecca store to the business

Special shout outs for their diligence & attention to detail go to Team Puma’s own Ramprasad Baskaran, to Lankey’s James KcKevitt, and the Puma Retail Team for successfully putting the proverbial 7th Street bait on the hook.

Gibb Group Article

March - May, 2016 Newsletter

  • 1 June, 2016
  • Various Authors

News, reports, feature projects and more information from Lanskey HQ for the period: March - May, 2016.

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