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May 25, 2022

Hybrid Theatre, St Vincent’s Hospital

Paynter Dixon continues to work closely with St Vincent’s Hospital in the delivery of world-class medical facilities. Work has commenced on a new hybrid theatre which features state-of-the-art m...
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May 24, 2022

Early Learning Centre – Maitland Christian School

Paynter Dixon continues to work closely with Maitland Christian School as the campus expands to support growing demand in the Hunter area. Having recently completed a modular special education facilit...
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May 13, 2022

Up Close: Cameron Hawes

Cameron Hawes is one of three Site Managers overseeing remedial works on a high-rise site in Sydney’s CBD. He believes in the power of creative problem solving. A little about yourself? I was born and raised in the hills district […]
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May 12, 2022

Safety on the Skybridge

Look above – located 16 storeys above a bustling street in the Sydney CBD, Paynter Dixon is assembling a hanging scaffold. As the name suggests, the scaffold literally hangs from an overhead support structure spanning two building facades. In this […]
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May 9, 2022

Club Parramatta Carpark

After constructing the Club Parramatta venue, Paynter Dixon was appointed to deliver the next stage of works – a multi-level carpark adjacent to the club in the heart of Parramatta. With the sit...
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May 9, 2022

Cooinda Aged Care

A state-of-the-art 25-bed residential aged care unit under construction in north-west NSW. Paynter Dixon is using a modular pre-fabrication construction method believed to be a first in the aged-care ...
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May 9, 2022

Dhwani eyes a future in architecture

Dhwani Gadani is a student of Norwest Christian College in north-west Sydney. With career aspirations in architecture, Dhwani recently completed work experience at Paynter Dixon. We caught up with her to see how her week unfolded. What did you enjoy […]
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May 3, 2022

Waterfront wreckage contained in urgent make safe

Paynter Dixon recently performed a challenging make safe to a waterfront residence at Grays Point in southern Sydney. The owners were awoken at night by a crashing sound – a large tree had fallen over in their backyard, destroying the […]
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April 27, 2022

Service NSW Centre – Merrylands

Paynter Dixon has been appointed by Service NSW to oversee the fitout of a new service centre at Merrylands in Western Sydney. The works include construction of a new shop front, installation of the n...
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April 26, 2022

Manal’s launchpad to a new career direction

Manal Alnakoula doesn’t shy away from a challenge. Now in the final stage of a six-month internship with Paynter Dixon, Manal has worked towards a career in finance since arriving in Australia four years ago. Her family were compelled to […]
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April 21, 2022

Quality of remediation pivotal to value of older buildings

NSW Building Commissioner David Chandler has warned strata communities against cutting corners in the remediation of older buildings. Mr Chandler has reportedly described the remediation sector as “potentially being bit of a wild west” with work ranging from handy person […]
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April 11, 2022

Innovative learning environments: Norwest Christian College

Norwest Christian College has showcased its new Secondary Learning Precinct in the Hawkesbury Independent Magazine. Paynter Dixon was engaged to oversee the design and construction of the new building which features eight classrooms, open learning spaces, three science labs, STEM […]
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April 8, 2022

Anita to focus on growth through long-term relationships

Recently promoted to General Manager of Client Services, Anita Wilson is eager to build on long-term partnerships which Paynter Dixon has nurtured over decades. Her role will involve working closely with established relationships to identify opportunities for collaboration and service […]
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April 6, 2022

The Juniors Kingsford

Paynter Dixon continues to explore opportunities for recycling used building materials. For Tim Kurniadi, General Manager of Remedial, the challenge is to “make sure our carbon footprint isn’t bey...
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April 4, 2022

Petersham RSL

Deicorp is developing the Petersham Precinct on land purchased from Petersham RSL. As part of the agreement, the property developer has committed to building a new club venue for the RSL. Paynter Dixo...
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April 4, 2022

Paynter Dixon’s new brand inspired by powerful partnering

Paynter Dixon has launched a new corporate brand which pays homage to the power of partnering. Launched today, Executive Chairman James Boyd says the decision to rebrand was motivated by business growth and a celebration of core values that have […]
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April 1, 2022

Bruce and Wright Halls, Australian National University

Paynter Dixon is overseeing roofing and balcony repairs to the student residential accommodation of Bruce and Wright Halls for The Australian National University. Opened in 2019, Bruce and Wright Hall...
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March 25, 2022

Flood appeal morning tea

“Flour power” is a real thing, just ask the volunteer bakers of Paynter Dixon. The square sum of $5,000 was raised at a recent flood appeal morning tea, with PAYCE Foundation generously matching staff donations. The funds will go to […]
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March 22, 2022

Central Coast Adventist School – Learning Hub

Paynter Dixon is delighted to be working on the next phase of Central Coast Adventist School’s master plan, with a focus on a new Learning Hub building. The new building consists of three storeys in...
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March 18, 2022

Supporting flood-impacted communities with the clean up

Paynter Dixon’s insurance building services are on the ground, supporting flood-impacted communities with the clean-up. While the Northern Rivers has entered its second week, Western Sydney is still in the early days of the clean up phase. Response personnel are […]
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