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Safety is at the heart of everything we do. To formalise our commitment to safety best practice, Hindmarsh created the ‘Don’t Walk By’ campaign.

Don’t Walk By focuses on safety best practices, by providing our site teams with content toolkits, presentation templates, and promotional materials across a wide variety of safety topics.

Recently, the Hindmarsh NSW Sutherland Hospital Team hosted a ‘spotlight’ Don’t Walk By showcase event which focused on ‘Moving In and Around Mobile Plant’ for subcontractors and suppliers.

After the presentations everyone was treated to a BBQ lunch where they chatted and shared ideas around what they had learnt.

Reg Struwig, Hindmarsh Project Manager said, “Don’t Walk By is great at raising awareness and ensuring everyone who enters a Hindmarsh site does so with safety front of mind. The NSW Mobile Plant Spotlight Toolbox Talk was a huge success and well received by all – thank you to everyone for making this event a success.”

‘Don’t Walk By’ encourages contractors, clients, and consultants to focus on the core Hindmarsh value – Safety by:

  • Empowering our people to consult and act on contractors’ feedback about overall site safety.
  • Improving positive participation and creating a culture of open, honest communication.
  • Assessing and recounting on subbie participation across the Hindmarsh Safety Framework reporting activities.

‘Don’t Walk By’ signage is installed prominently across Hindmarsh sites as a reminder to everyone to watch out for each other, and report anything that could be unsafe.

Hindmarsh, on behalf of Health Infrastructure, is delivering the Sutherland Hospital Operating Theatre Complex project, which will provide expanded operating theatre capacity to meet current and future healthcare needs of the growing Sutherland Shire and surrounding community.

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Building a Career in Construction

The Veterans’ Career Expo will offer a unique opportunity for veterans to explore a career in construction. Veterans will have the opportunity to gain career advice and discuss employment opportunities with local employers and industry representatives.

The Details

Date/Time: Saturday 9th September 2023 from 9.00am – 12.00pm.

Location: P1 Visitor Carpark (top level). Access is from Fairbairn Ave, Canberra.

For further information, please contact Daniel Noble,

Visit the Australian War Memorial

All visitors (including minors) require a ticket to enter the Australian War Memorial’s galleries. Entry is free. Capacity is limited. Visitors are advised to book their free ticket in advance. Session times and online booking is available at

The Veterans’ Career Expo is a joint partnership between Hindmarsh, and:

AWM Veterans' Career Expo Partner Logos


Hindmarsh Commitments:

Hindmarsh is proud to be a Supporter of Veterans’ Employment. Hindmarsh has signed the Veteran’s Employment Commitment and are committed to engaging veteran jobseekers wherever possible across our business – find out more here.

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Margaret Hendry School Expansion

We are delighted to share that the Margaret Hendry School Expansion (MHSE) has been completed!

The expansion can accommodate up to 600 additional Kindergarten to year 6 students, meaning the growing number of local children can join the Margaret Hendry School community.

The expansion includes a new, two-level learning space, an outdoor learning and play area, a new community hub, two new carparks and a bike enclosure. Many of these facilities will be made available for community use.

Working in close collaboration with ACT Education Directorate, our suppliers, subcontractors and consultants, we think the new facilities look incredible! Hindmarsh would like to thank everyone involved for their hard-work and dedication – only by focusing on safety and attention to detail at each stage of the build, can projects of this quality come to life. It has been a pleasure delivering this exceptional school expansion for the local community.

Students and staff have been transitioning into the new learning environment and exploring the general and specialist spaces including food technology, and Science Technology Engineering Art and Maths (STEAM).

The Hindmarsh project team is now focussed on delivering the new North Gungahlin High School and are eager to showcase their skills and deliver another outstanding educational facility for the ACT Government.

You can read more about the Margaret Hendry School Expansion on the ACT Government website.

Photos courtesy of:
External: TJ Garvie
Internal: Adam – HCreations