Our Company

Paynter Dixon is an Australian-owned construction services company with a proven track record of delivering innovative and cost-effective solutions since 1914.

We specialise in a range of master planning, design and construction services for building owners and occupiers; employing an in-house team of architects, engineers and project managers who deliver the best possible outcome for clients.

Our mission is to collaborate with clients to design, build and deliver high-quality and cost-effective projects which enhance their business.

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Sectors

Our specialists can translate a project brief into a functional yet dynamically designed and constructed facility.

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Projects

We work with clients to understand how the physical environment can be built to meet their specific business objectives.

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Current Projects

NSW Flood Insurance

Latest News

October 20, 2021 | General

Mission accomplished: Bankstown crane’s towering achievement

Paynter Dixon has brought the curtain down on a tower crane which has stood tall in Bankstown for almost seven years. Dismantled over the course of a weekend, the crane has played a key role in ser...

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October 6, 2021 | General

PD Connect opens doors to professional support and development

Dedicated to women, PD Connect has grown to become Paynter Dixon’s flagship program for professional development with benefits for all employees. Still in the early days of an apprenticeship ...

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September 28, 2021 | General

Paynter Dixon team pitches in to help COVID vulnerable

Pictured above: Paynter Dixon volunteer Peter Cavallaro with Kick Start Trainees Amelia Sinani and Silvana King preparing for a delivery run. Paynter Dixon staff have answered the call to help deli...

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September 23, 2021 | General

How dementia design principles are reshaping residential aged care

Millions of Australians are confronted by dementia, whether living with the disease, or seeking to offer support and care. In 2021, there are up to 472,000 people currently living with the disease,...

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