Early Christmas on the tarmac

Christmas came early for the hard-working team that was responsible for the flex-mat installation at Sydney Airport. Project Manager Tristen Soineva put on a BBQ for the team, a well-deserved treat for the 20 workers who have been putting a big effort into their night shifts over the last three months. We’re proud of the […]

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Farewell to a colleague and friend

Ward wishes Senior Project Engineer, Ben Phillips, all the best for his upcoming departure to the UK. Ben joined Ward in late 2012 and has been a major contributor to the successful completion of a number of our Airport projects, and having more recently filled the role of Senior Project Engineer on the upgrade of […]

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Graduation and Terminal Ballistics

Congratulations to one of our very talented Ward team members, Brianna Dorrough, who recently graduated from the University of Newcastle (UON) with a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil). Brianna completed the first two years of her studies full-time, then switched to part-time three years ago after joining Ward. Brianna’s hard work and perseverance has paid […]

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Adrian, ready for a change

Adrian Wong began his career at Ward’s head office in May 2014 as an Estimating Assistant, and has excelled in this position. He holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering and now 2.5 years’ estimating experience, so his next career move is gaining site experience. As of yesterday Adrian has been deployed as site engineer for […]

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Sam Kassir - Graduation READ MORE //

There’s a new bachelor in town

Congratulations to one of our newest engineers, Sam Kassir, who recently graduated from UTS with a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil). Sam is the site engineer on our multifaceted project at Church Point, in Sydney’s Northern Beaches. Along with gaining site experience in a complex marine, civil, road and concrete structure project, he’s also learnt a […]

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Church Point Upgrade running with the tide

The foreshore at Church Point, in Sydney’s Northern Beaches, is looking quite different these days, with works progressing on the first stage of the project. These include reclaiming some land to construct an embankment which will double as a piling platform for a new seawall and enable the re-alignment of McCarrs Creek Road. Much of […]

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2nd Peter Ward Golf Day - October 2016 READ MORE //

Golf in memory of our founder

The weather was kind to us on the second annual Peter Ward Golf Day last Friday. After a beer and BBQ lunch, we had 18 teams of 4 teeing off at 1pm for a shotgun start. Moore Park Golf’s course provided well, as did the drinks cart, circling the course to keep players refreshed. The […]

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Boundary Street works Sept 2016 READ MORE //

Hill Street re-opening

Ward’s superintendent, Erian and Senior Project Engineer, Arjun ensuring final works on Hill Street, Roseville are on track for the re-opening last weekend. This is part of a larger RMS project to reduce delays and manage congestion on Boundary Street and Pacific Highway, Roseville. Visit the project to read more.

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Airport flanks undergo makeover

At 3am this morning the project team installed the pre-cast blast matting along the edge of the runway at Sydney Airport. Ward were contracted to remove the existing eroded flanks, which were damaged by aircraft jet blast, and replace with the pre-cast matting to ensure long term measures against blast erosion. The construction works can only take place […]

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Seven birthdays in one day!

We love to celebrate birthdays at Ward (mostly because of the cake) and the 23rd August was seven times as special. Four of our teammates – Rachel, Tanya, Noorin and Jeff (who was on site and missed out on cake) share the same date, plus we celebrated for Rachel’s triplet siblings and Noorin’s twin sibling! What are […]

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