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October 5, 2023
Thought Leadership
Education

Unlocking school growth through high-quality master planning

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September 21, 2023
News
General

D and C – a model of collaboration and learning

How can architects maintain their authority in the design process? Brian Booth first posed that question as an architectural student at UTS more than 35 years ago. Fast forward to 2023, and Paynter Dixon’s Executive Design Manager brings a seasoned […]
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September 15, 2023
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Community

Reconciliation Action Plan

Paynter Dixon is pleased to announce Reconciliation Australia’s formal endorsement of the company’s Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). RAPs provide a framework for organisations to leverage their resources and spheres of influence to support the national reconciliation movement. Through our […]
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September 15, 2023
Thought Leadership
Remedial

Playing safe with strata repairs

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September 12, 2023
News
Community

Life returning to Lismore Workers Club

Paynter Dixon is on the ground once again to rebuild a much-loved institution in the Lismore community.   Lismore Workers Club is made of stronger stuff. In 2022 the Northern Rivers township experienced its severest flood event in recorded history, pushing […]
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September 4, 2023
News
Community

Parkside Lifestyle Community in life size scale

The plans of Parkside Lifestyle Community were recently brought to life-size scale by Paynter Dixon for the benefit of our client, Workers Lifestyle Group. Coming to Blacktown, Parkside promises a place for over 55’s to enjoy life in their later […]
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August 21, 2023
News
People

Up close: Paul Gangemi

Paul is a Construction Manager in Paynter Dixon’s Remedial division. He speaks about the innovation which emerges from complex remediation, managing stakeholders with empathy, and the determination to get the job done. Your background in construction? I started out as […]
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August 10, 2023
Thought Leadership
Hospitality

Four tips for business diversification: built outcomes

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July 26, 2023
News
General

Up close: Anthony Holmes

Anthony Holmes is a Senior Project Manager in Paynter Dixon’s Insurance Division. He has over a decade of industry experience, with strong foundations in project management, contract administration, major loss estimating and site engineering. A little about yourself? I grew […]
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July 11, 2023
Thought Leadership
Remedial

Strata upgrade? Maximising the value of remedial building works

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June 14, 2023
News
General

Beyond milestones: Matthew’s life in architecture an ‘extraordinary privilege’

Matthew Greene leans into problem solving. The design architect and Executive General Manager of Paynter Dixon recently notched up 20 years in the company. Behind the master planning expertise and award-winning design is a life-long ‘student’ who still delights in […]
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June 13, 2023
Project
Hospitality

Club Parramatta Car Park

Following the successful completion of the Club Parramatta venue, Paynter Dixon was entrusted with the next phase of the project which involved constructing a multi-level car park adjacent to the club...
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June 7, 2023
Thought Leadership
Insurance

How the DBP Act is impacting strata

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June 7, 2023
News
General

Safety with Sam Reid

“Safety is production” says Sam Reid, Head of HSE Compliance at Paynter Dixon. In a 40-year-career spanning multiple industries, including construction, heavy industry, telecommunications, and oil and gas, Sam has always focused on safety, mental health and welfare. His motivation […]
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May 24, 2023
News
General

Paynter Dixon and GIRA partner to explore industry opportunities with First Nations peoples 

Paynter Dixon is proud to announce a partnership with GIRA Group, a First Nations owned and operated lead contractor, specialising in creating and delivering construction projects. GIRA, means ‘to lead’ in the Guthang language of the Dhungutti nation. Our two […]
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May 18, 2023
News
Health

Sod turning heralds start of Mater Palliative Care Service Construction

Paynter Dixon has commenced construction on a new state-of-the-art Palliative Care Facility and modernised Day Surgery unit for the Mater Hospital. To mark this critical milestone in the Hospital’s rich history, The Mater held a sod-turning ceremony which included the […]
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April 28, 2023
News
Projects

Paynter Dixon joins delivery team for ‘The Quarter’ in Wodonga city centre

Committed to project delivery in regional communities, Paynter Dixon is excited to join the delivery team for The Quarter – a new mixed use, multi-storey development in the heart of Wodonga. Paynter Dixon has been engaged in an Early Contractor […]
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April 17, 2023
News
People

Up close: Will Togher, Commercial Manager

Will Togher swears by the motto “A problem shared is a problem halved”. Joining Paynter Dixon more than 12 years ago, Will has progressed from contracts administration to management, overseeing the commercial functions of projects in hospitality, education, aged care, […]
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April 5, 2023
News
General

Commercial subcontracting is Chill-Rite’s hot ticket to growth

It pays to work with reputable businesses. Luke Robinson took a leap and purchased Chill-Rite Refrigeration and Air Conditioning in 2013 at the age of 25. Within a decade, the Dubbo-based business has grown from 5 to 85 employees, and […]
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April 3, 2023
News
People

The team spirit matters to Mick

Mick Jackson has worked in construction for almost 50 years. He is currently site supervising the construction of a 25-bed residential aged care facility in the north-west town of Coonabarabran. Pictured with his sporty grandsons, Mick shares his insights on […]
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