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October 19, 2020

Paynter Dixon appoint new GM for ACT expansion

Paynter Dixon has appointed Peter Cavallaro as the new General Manager of ACT and Insurance to support expansion plans into the nation’s capital. Peter will play a vital role in…

October 13, 2020

Doodson’s driving passion to keep colleagues safe.

John Doodson understands first-hand that workplace accidents do happen. A trip to the local hardware store in 2005 turned into a life and death struggle for a store worker caught…

August 28, 2020

Many hands make light work at ESSC working bee

The End Street Sleeping Collaboration (ESSC) has moved into a new home thanks to a helping hand from a team of organisations including Paynter Dixon and the PAYCE Foundation. Members…

July 28, 2020

Paynter Dixon Announce New GM of Education and Community Projects

The promotion of Matthew Greene as General Manager of Education and Community Projects is a strategic appointment to further enhance the companies position as a leading design and construction firm….

July 13, 2020

Internal Event – Company Social Get Together

EVENT | Last Friday the Paynter Dixon team got together at our head office in North Ryde for a social get together. Our team was lucky enough to try out…

July 6, 2020

Paynter Dixon complete works on iconic CBD Hotel

Paynter Dixon is pleased to announce the completion of all remedial on Sydney’s iconic Travelodge Hotel. Over a twenty-week period the combustible cladding exterior was replaced by solar aluminium cladding…

July 2, 2020

Remedial Façade Works | Heritage Listed Grafton Bond Building

PROJECT UPDATE | Paynter Dixon has recently completed remedial façade works within the 5-storey Grafton Bond building, located on Kent Street in Sydney’s CBD. The heritage-listed building was constructed in…

June 29, 2020

PROJECT COMMENCEMENT | Kingdom Culture Christian School

Paynter Dixon has been awarded the contract to construct a new school for Kingdom Culture Christian School at Arncliffe in Sydney’s South. Fuse Architecture will design of the two-storey school…