Thinc to deliver Mary Mackillop Care SA’s flagship aged care redevelopment

Mary MacKillop Care SA (MMCSA) has appointed Thinc to project manage the redevelopment of its Flora McDonald site in Cowandilla, Adelaide. The redevelopment will become MMCSA’s flagship site and will enable the organisation to deliver exceptional care from modern, purpose-built facilities.  It will also be flexible enough to meet future needs and care developments. Thinc… Read more »

Thinc helps successfully deliver the Australian PlantBank

Thinc has helped to successfully deliver a new, world-class seed conservation facility called the Australian PlantBank for the RoyalBotanic Gardens and Domain Trust.  The $19.8 million PlantBank, project managed by Thinc, is set in over 400 hectares of woodland at the Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan in Sydney. The contemporary, sustainable Australian PlantBank facility will… Read more »

Thinc wins Gold at Heritage Council Awards

Thinc, along with Brisbane City Council and Tanner Kibble Denton / GHD was recently awarded Gold at the Queensland Heritage Council Awards 2013 for its contribution to the recent restoration of Brisbane City Hall. The Queensland Heritage Awards recognise achievements in local heritage projects. Thinc, Brisbane City Council and Tanner Kibble Denton/GHD were also successful… Read more »

Thinc’s Graham Scott wins ‘best paper’ at IPWEA International Public Works Conference

Graham Scott was recently awarded the E.J. (Ted) Hooper medal for best paper at the IPWEA International Public Works Conference . “The award is judged on factors including relevance to the conference theme [Explore New Territory], national applicability, originality, potential benefits to public works engineering, the author’s presentation, ability to hold the audience’s attention and… Read more »

Townsville Sea Simulator – project managed by Thinc – opened by Minister for Innovation, Industry, Science and Research

The Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) – an internationally renowned, world leader in the science underpinning sustainable development, conservation and management of tropical marine environments – has officially opened its National Sea Simulator in Townsville. The new, $37 million facility – project managed by Thinc – is a world-class marine research aquarium centre enabling scientists… Read more »

Thinc appoints new Chief Executive Officer

Thinc has appointed Geoff Hardy as its Chief Executive Officer.  Hardy joins with significant leadership experience, having previously held senior executive roles at AECOM and Bassett Consulting Engineers. He will be responsible for leading Thinc’s growth, capitalising on the firm’s national strength, sector expertise and regional knowledge, as well as supporting the businesses’ national and… Read more »

Thinc’s Paul Byrne features in Aviation Business Asia Pacific Magazine

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) recently released its Airport Monitoring Report for 2011-12.  The annual report analyses the performance of Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney Airports and provides information on: Price changes for services provided to airlines (aeronautical charges such as aircraft landing and parking charges) and to consumers (car parking charges)… Read more »

The Powerhouse Apartments, project managed by Thinc, wins two industry awards.

The Powerhouse Apartments is a stunning, $35 million residential project on an historic, Art Deco, industrial site in Sydney.  A joint venture between Abacus Property Group and Linear Group, the project involved alterations and additions to workshops on a former British GE Company site to create 135 apartments along with two retail spaces.  The final… Read more »

Thinc promotes two to Associate

Thinc has promoted Natalie Mills in the Adelaide office and Sam Persley in the Townsville office to the position of Associate. Natalie has worked at Thinc for her entire career, starting in the Melbourne office in 2002, she transferred to the Brisbane office in 2005 to work on a number of significant Defence projects.  In… Read more »

WA’s Pawsey Supercomputer Centre nears completion.

What do radio astronomers, nanotechnologists, geoscientists and high energy physicists all have in common? They are all eagerly awaiting the installation of the first stage of the petascale supercomputing facility at the newly constructed Pawsey Supercomputing Centre. Sited amidst the CSIRO campus at Kensington in WA, the Woodhead-designed Pawsey Supercomputing Centre, project managed by Thinc,… Read more »