Plans for King’s Campus in the City Link precinct will include balcony offices, a vast tree canopy and calming biophilic finishes, including stone and timber.
Revolutionary robot bricklaying technology is to face its first public litmus test, with WA’s first robo-home to hit the market this week.
An administrator has been forced to call on outside help to complete work on four Perth schools in time for the new WA term.
WA’s peak building body has called on the State and Federal governments to provide tradies with free accommodation and $2000 bonuses if they move north to work in the cyclone-ravaged Mid West.
It was inconceivable a year ago to think that during a global pandemic, business and consumer confidence would surge to levels not seen since the mining investment boom of more than a decade ago.
Leederville’s first new residential high-rise — a nine-storey tower slated for Vincent Street — appears to have in-principle support from locals.
Cottesloe and Leederville are 12km apart on a map but world’s apart when it comes to medium-density high-rise.
His Majesty’s Theatre in Perth is to get a $15 million makeover to return the grand old heritage building back to its former glory with restored balconies.
The Mid West holiday town of Kalbarri is in ruins with 70 per cent of the town damaged and locals describing it as a ‘war zone’.
Growth in manufacturing and construction has seen WA top National Australia Bank’s latest business confidence survey, as conditions nationwide hit record highs.
After ushering in a deal to get the Thunderbird mineral sands project off the ground, CEO Bruce McFadzean will give up the role to take a seat on the board.
Bruce Nicholson has been running scaffolding company Waco Kwikform for only about 18 months.
Perth’s most prominent office, hotel and apartment development is about to change hands.
New figures shows there are now 40,000 jobs on offer across WA, with vacancies rising 6.8 per cent between November and February compared to the previous three-month period.
Melbourne-based Cettire’s shares added nearly 200 per cent in the March quarter as WA companies including NRW Holdings and Perenti Global nursed big losses.
Demand for training courses is at an all time high in WA as scores of jobseekers apply to upskill following the end of the $90 billion JobKeeper scheme.
Australia’s biggest brick maker has warned that a shortage of brick layers and roof tilers threatens to delay the roll-out of much needed new housing in WA.
The company’s Kwinana-based chemicals division is looking to tap local skilled labour as it ramps up for a construction start on its $1.9 billion Mt Holland lithium project.
Company leaders don’t believe complacency will be an immediate problem for McGowan Government.
Tianqi says it doesn’t make a habit of not paying invoices, arguing its refusal to pay $39m owed to MSP Engineering is part of a broader dispute over its troubled Kwinana plant.
The Chinese lithium group has appealed a court order that it pay $39m to local engineering firm MSP and revealed for the first time the scale of its counter claim against the company.
A two-storey child care centre to be built along Northwood street in West Leederville will ‘aesthetically improve’ the streetscape, according to its developer.
Plans for a $68 million apartment block in a popular beachside Perth suburb look set to get the go-ahead despite 157 objections from local residents.
Subiaco businesses on hamstrung Hay Street say they are the unwitting ‘pawns in a game’ between developer Sanur and the local city council.
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