Our Company

We build buildings for people –
to meet, work, play, live, care and learn

Founded in 1914, Paynter Dixon delivers property, masterplanning, design, construction, remedial and facility management services for building owners and occupiers.

Australian owned and operated with offices across the eastern states of Australia, Paynter Dixon has earned a reputation for delivering innovative and cost-effective solutions in a variety of sectors, including hospitality, health, ageing and disability, education, retirement living, commercial, insurance, facilities management and remedial.
With over 120 employees,  our diverse property professionals – including architects, engineers and project managers, – bring end-to-end management for every building project we do in key industry sectors.

 

We are proud of our strong company values and a culture that nurtures long-term employees.

 

We will work collaboratively with you to get ready for tomorrow today. Innovation and technology will drive the change, but over 100 years of experience will smooth the journey.

Paynter Dixon

Our difference

Values

History

Community

Delivery

Licences & Accreditations

Awards

Values

The world is changing all around us.

To continue to thrive as a business, we must look ahead, understand the trends and forces that will shape our business in the future and move decisively to prepare for what is to come. We must get ready for tomorrow today.

  • Our vision is to realise the potential in every opportunity, so we collaborate to create great buildings for people – to meet, work, play, live, care and learn.
  • Our mission is to design, build and deliver turnkey, high-quality and cost-effective construction projects on schedule, partnering with our clients to enhance their business.
  • Our key values are honesty, transparency, diligence, design excellence, construction innovation, acting sustainably and working safely.

History

Community

 

Paynter Dixon supports the community

Paynter Dixon understands the importance of charities and other not-for-profit organisations within the community and as such is an avid supporter of the work they do.

Paynter Dixon has grown as a design and construction company for the past nine decades through the support of the education, aged care, industrial, commercial and hospitality industries. Therefore it is only fitting to return the favour by supporting critical community initiatives.

We have supported the following organisations in their effort to further benefit the community:

  • Schizophrenia Research Institute
  • Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children
  • Starlight Foundation
  • Vietnamese-Australian Welfare Association NSW
  • Westmead Children’s Hospital
  • Ted Noffs Foundation
  • Bear Cottage
  • Variety, The Children’s Charity
  • The Millennium Foundation
  • Austcare
  • Children on the Edge
  • Leukaemia Association
  • Kokoda Track Memorial Walkway
  • NADO (Nepean Area Disabilities Organisation)
  • Centacare Catholic Family Services
  • Warriewood Surf Club
  • Sisters of Mercy Australia
  • NSW Women’s Bowls Association
  • The Hills Grammar School
  • Breast Cancer Research
  • Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia
  • Can Assist (Cancer Assistance Network)
  • National Council of Priests of Australia
  • New Haven Farm
  • Sydney Neuro-Oncology Group
  • Giant Steps
  • Tallowood Primary School
  • Relay for Life Against Cancer
  • Bungendore Pre School Association Incorporated
  • Cerebral Palsy Alliance
  • McGrath Foundation

Partners

Paynter Dixon Partners

We cannot work in isolation. It is important for us to establish partnerships with other organisations that help us to help our clients so we can support in their endeavours to improve their industry. We are proud to support these following organisations.

Delivery

Delivery

Paynter Dixon focuses on delivering building projects under a process where we take full responsibility for the project from the beginning through to the end.  We call it ‘total responsibility’ for your project from concept to completion. Our specialised personnel provide expertise to all aspects of your project meaning that Paynter Dixon provides a single point of responsibility for design, authority approvals, project cost, project time, project quality and safety.

We operate under an open book basis where our clients gain the benefits of competitive tendering to the trade contractors and there is certainty on when a project will start and when it will finish.

We pride ourselves on trying to know your business as well as you do.

Licenses & Accreditations

Paynter Dixon’s Health, Safety, Environment and Quality (HSEQ) Integrated Management System (IMS) is based on AS/NZS 4801, AS/NZS ISO 9001 and AS/NZS ISO 14001. It has been established to ensure that health and safety hazards, quality assurance and environmental aspects have been identified, risk assessed and managed throughout our operations.

This system framework is implemented across all works undertaken by Paynter Dixon and our contractors. Our IMS is independently certified by Global Mark Australia.

Additionally, Paynter Dixon is accredited under the Australian Government Building and Construction WHS Accreditation Scheme.

Awards

PAYNTER DIXON AWARDS

  • Institution
  • Award
  • Division
  • Project
  • InstitutionMaster Builders Association
  • AwardExcellence in Construction Awards 2016
  • DivisionHospitality Buildings $15,000.001-$20,000.000
  • ProjectWinner Bankstown Sports Club Travelodge Hotel Extension
  • InstitutionWorkCover NSW
  • AwardSafeWork Awards 2012
  • DivisionWinner WorkCover NSW Safety Leadership Award
  • Project
  • InstitutionMaster Builders Association
  • AwardExcellence in Construction Award 2010
  • DivisionCommercial Buildings $10m – $25m
  • ProjectWinner St Vincent de Paul Society, Lewisham – Head Office
  • InstitutionMaster Builders Association
  • AwardExcellence in Construction Award 2010
  • DivisionWinner Innovation New Product
  • ProjectRecycled Cardboard Hoarding
  • InstitutionMaster Builders Association
  • AwardExcellence in Construction Award 2009
  • DivisionSite Safety Commercial Projects up to $10,000,000
  • ProjectWinner Mt Pritchard & District Community Club
  • InstitutionMaster Builders Association
  • AwardExcellence in Construction Awards 2008
  • DivisionClub/Entertainment – Refurbishment $5,000,001 – $10,000,000
  • ProjectWinner Bankstown District Sports Club
  • InstitutionMaster Builders Association
  • AwardExcellence in Construction Awards 2008
  • DivisionClub/Hotel Developments (refurbishment) over $1.5m
  • ProjectWinner Tuncurry Bowling Club
  • InstitutionThe Australian Institute of Building
  • AwardProfessional Excellence in Building Awards 2007
  • DivisionCertificate of High Commendation
  • ProjectThe Marion Aged Care Facility
  • InstitutionMaster Builders Association
  • AwardExcellence in Construction Awards 2006
  • DivisionSporting Facilities up to $10,000,001 – $25,000,000
  • ProjectWinner Mounties M1 Fitness Facility, Mt Pritchard
  • InstitutionMaster Builders Association
  • AwardExcellence in Construction Awards 2005
  • DivisionOccupational Health & Safety – General Construction Project
  • ProjectWinner Banksia Retirement Village Extensions
  • InstitutionMaster Builders Association
  • AwardExcellence in Construction Awards 2003
  • DivisionClient/Entertainment Refurbishment
  • ProjectWinner Pittwater RSL Club
  • InstitutionMaster Builders Association
  • AwardExcellence in Construction Awards 2002
  • DivisionEducation building up to $5,000,000
  • ProjectWinner William Cowpower Anglican School – North Tamworth
  • InstitutionMaster Builders Association
  • AwardExcellence in Construction Awards 2002
  • DivisionSporting Facilities – up to $5,000,000
  • ProjectWinner St Marys Rugby League Club Playing Field
  • InstitutionMaster Builders Association
  • AwardExcellence in Construction Awards 2001
  • DivisionSporting Facilities up to $5,000,000
  • ProjectWinner Drummoyne Sailing Club
  • InstitutionMaster Builders Association
  • AwardExcellence in Construction Awards 2001
  • DivisionEntertainment/Hospitality Building – $10,000,001 & over
  • ProjectMerit – North Ryde RSL & Community Club
  • InstitutionMaster Builders Association
  • AwardExcellence in Construction Awards 2000
  • DivisionEntertainment/Hospitality Building – $500,000,001 – $10,000,000
  • ProjectWinner St Marys Rugby League Club
  • InstitutionBlacktown City Council
  • AwardOutstanding Building Design 1999
  • DivisionBeing Builders of Motel & Sports Club at Reservoir Road Blacktown
  • Project
  • InstitutionMaster Builders Association
  • AwardExcellence in Construction Awards 1998
  • DivisionBuilding Entertainment/Hospitality – $10,000,000 & over
  • ProjectMerit Warilla Bowls & Recreation Club
  • InstitutionMaster Builders Association
  • AwardExcellence in Construction Awards 1995
  • DivisionBuilding Entertainment/Hospitality – $5,000,000 & over
  • ProjectWinner Bankstown Sports Club
  • InstitutionCity of Liverpool
  • AwardBusiness Awards 1991
  • DivisionBest commercial or office building
  • ProjectJohn Edmondson V.C. Memorial Club
  • InstitutionMaster Builders Association
  • AwardExcellence in Construction Awards 1990
  • DivisionBuilding – Refurbishment/renovation $5,000,000 and Over
  • ProjectWinner – Blacktown Workers Club
  • Institution
  • Award
  • Division
  • Project
1914

The origin of Paynter Dixon begins in the early federation of Australia with the founding of George Paynter's joinery works in Sydney in 1914.

1920

Through the 1920s and 1930s, the firm established a strong reputation as a builder of quality buildings. It was the first of its kind to have an ‘in-house’ team of artisans, masons and joiners.

1940

Paynter Dixon revolutionised the building industry when it introduced the concept of incorporating all the disciplines of a building project into one competitive and cost-effective contract.

1950

Paynter Dixon gained national exposure with its total responsibility system that managed each project from concept to completion. It was widely adopted by the marketplace as a solution to controlling the time, quality and cost of building.

1960

Paynter Dixon establishes new benchmarks in industrial construction including the building of Australia’s first container terminal, a sonar acoustic test cell and an aluminium rolling mill.

1980

Paynter Dixon becomes the market leader in hospitality building.

1990

Paynter Dixon launches its facilities management, remediation specialist services business and education sectors.

2000

Paynter Dixon launches its specialist insurance building work division and develops its specialist health, ageing, disability and retirement living.

Today

Paynter Dixon continues to specialise and excel in building for people. Buildings to meet, work, play, live, care and learn.