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Don't Walk By NSW Showcase - Falling Objects

Recently the Hindmarsh NSW Project Teams came together to take part in our quarterly ‘Don’t Walk By’ showcase event. This quarter saw the teams focus on ‘Preventing Falling Objects’.

Falling objects are one of the main causes of incidents in the workplace. The most commonly dropped objects include:

  • walls being demolished.
  • materials stored or stacked improperly at the workplace.
  • construction debris or waste materials.
  • tools dropped from height.
  • scaffolding components, including building materials falling from the scaffold.
  • stacked items blown off roofs during high winds.

The teams took part in a variety of interactive workshops, wrapping up with a BBQ and a chance to share what they had learnt with their peers.

MATES in Construction NSW were invited to provide additional information and support around mental health, and drug, alcohol and gambling addiction and what resources there are to help anyone effected.

Craig Young, Hindmarsh SQE Manager said, “At Hindmarsh we believe that instilling a better understanding of safety best practices entrusts everyone to take ownership of their safety and the safety of their colleagues. This sense of empowerment fosters a collaborative, responsible and proactive working environment. Thank you to everyone who took part and made the showcase such a success. Special thanks to Brad Parker CEO, and Andrew Bate Field Officer from Mates In Construction NSW for providing some really useful advice and support tools.”

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Hindmarsh secure LOGOS Eastern Creek facility NSW.

We are pleased to announce that we have secured LOGOS’s Eastern Creek Masterplan LOT 3 project.

This works package will see the Hindmarsh Industrial teams build two new tenancies, totalling 24,045 sqm.

David Last, State Manager – Construction NSW said, “Hindmarsh is excited to have secured this project with LOGOS, and build an ongoing relationship, in the delivery of their forecasted pipeline.”

Rowan Hindmarsh, CEO added, “This is an exceptional outcome for the NSW Team. Hindmarsh continues to cement its reputation for delivery certainty in the Industrial sector, with over $120m of Industrial warehouse projects delivered in the last 12 months across NSW and Queensland. Our Industrial & Logistics sector teams are highly experienced, having delivered major projects for several of the country’s leading REIT’s.”

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Cecil Hills High School

The upgrade of Cecil Hills High School will include additional permanent learning spaces and core facilities to support the growing population in Western Sydney.

92 piles have been installed with an average depth of 11-12 meters and diameters ranging from 750mm-1050mm.

The team have now begun to decommission the rig ready to continue piling at another Hindmarsh project located in Eastern Creek.

A CFA piling system was adopted to manage the unique soil conditions – this solution was successfully and safely delivered by Kellar. The concrete works to the lift pit, footings and in-ground services are well underway for the main building, sport hall extension & canteen upgrades. Watch this space for more project news.