Company

About

At Paynter Dixon we step up to every project, combining more than 100 years of creative problem solving and relentless determination to deliver better design and construction solutions.

Quality is our livelihood.
The way we finish today is
the way we start tomorrow.

People matter most, from first meetings to life-long partnerships.

It’s also why we’re committed to helping the community through our philanthropic partner, the PAYCE Foundation.

Whatever your vision, we’ll work with you.

Our mission

To partner with clients to design, build and deliver high-quality and cost-effective projects which enhance their business.


Our vision

To enrich communities through exceptional buildings.


Our values

Determined

Determined

We live and breathe every project. It’s about working the problems and pursuing the opportunities at every turn. Our determination goes the distance – and further.
Responsive

Responsive

We’re curious and responsive to change. We listen, learn and act. We’re powered by our experience, and nimble in how we deliver. Our eyes are on the future and we’re ready to add value.
Creative

Creative

We’re creative problem solvers who draw on many years of experience to unlock new solutions. We’re skilled in bringing design and delivery together.
Supportive

Supportive

Partnering is our way of helping others achieve their goals today and in the years ahead. We’ll support you at every stage.

Community

We proudly support charities and not-for-profit causes as part of our corporate commitment to social responsibility.

Partners

For more than a century, Paynter Dixon has built strong relationships in the Australian building industry.

Our partners play a key role in helping us deliver high quality projects, as well as supporting the local communities in which we work.

Quality management

Our Integrated Management System is independently certified and implemented across all operations undertaken by Paynter Dixon and our contractors.

Awards

Institution Award Division Project
Master Builders Association Excellence in Construction Awards 2020 New hospitality buildings in the $20-$50 million category Merit - Club Parramatta
Master Builders Association Excellence in Construction Awards 2019 Best Commercial Building $50,000,000 - $100,000,000 Winner - Flinders Centre, Bankstown
Urban Development Institute of Australia Excellence in Aged Care 2018 Aged-Care Thomas Holt Aged Care
Master Builders Association Excellence in Construction Awards 2017 Club/Entertainment – Refurbishment $10,000,001 – $20,000,000 Winner Bankstown Sports Club Basement Brewhouse and Peking Sq. Restaurant
Master Builders Association Excellence in Construction Awards 2016 Hospitality Buildings $15,000.001-$20,000.000 Winner Bankstown Sports Club Travelodge Hotel Extension
WorkCover NSW SafeWork Awards 2012 Winner WorkCover NSW Safety Leadership Award
Master Builders Association Excellence in Construction Award 2010 Commercial Buildings $10m – $25m Winner St Vincent de Paul Society, Lewisham – Head Office
Master Builders Association Excellence in Construction Award 2010 Winner Innovation New Product Recycled Cardboard Hoarding
Master Builders Association Excellence in Construction Award 2009 Site Safety Commercial Projects up to $10,000,000 Winner Mt Pritchard & District Community Club
Master Builders Association Excellence in Construction Awards 2008 Club/Entertainment – Refurbishment $5,000,001 – $10,000,000 Winner Bankstown District Sports Club
Master Builders Association Excellence in Construction Awards 2008 Club/Hotel Developments (refurbishment) over $1.5m Winner Tuncurry Bowling Club
The Australian Institute of Building Professional Excellence in Building Awards 2007 Certificate of High Commendation The Marion Aged Care Facility
Master Builders Association Excellence in Construction Awards 2006 Sporting Facilities up to $10,000,001 – $25,000,000 Winner Mounties M1 Fitness Facility, Mt Pritchard
Master Builders Association Excellence in Construction Awards 2005 Occupational Health & Safety – General Construction Project Winner Banksia Retirement Village Extensions
Master Builders Association Excellence in Construction Awards 2003 Client/Entertainment Refurbishment Winner Pittwater RSL Club
Master Builders Association Excellence in Construction Awards 2002 Education building up to $5,000,000 Winner William Cowpower Anglican School – North Tamworth
Master Builders Association Excellence in Construction Awards 2002 Sporting Facilities – up to $5,000,000 Winner St Marys Rugby League Club Playing Field
Master Builders Association Excellence in Construction Awards 2001 Sporting Facilities up to $5,000,000 Winner Drummoyne Sailing Club
Master Builders Association Excellence in Construction Awards 2001 Entertainment/Hospitality Building – $10,000,001 & over Merit – North Ryde RSL & Community Club
Master Builders Association Excellence in Construction Awards 2000 Entertainment/Hospitality Building – $500,000,001 – $10,000,000 Winner St Marys Rugby League Club
Blacktown City Council Outstanding Building Design 1999 Being Builders of Motel & Sports Club at Reservoir Road Blacktown
Master Builders Association Excellence in Construction Awards 1998 Building Entertainment/Hospitality – $10,000,000 & over Merit Warilla Bowls & Recreation Club
Master Builders Association Excellence in Construction Awards 1995 Building Entertainment/Hospitality – $5,000,000 & over Winner Bankstown Sports Club
City of Liverpool Business Awards 1991 Best commercial or office building John Edmondson V.C. Memorial Club
Master Builders Association Excellence in Construction Awards 1990 Building – Refurbishment/renovation $5,000,000 and Over Winner – Blacktown Workers Club