Thinc appointed to FaHCSIA’s new panel for advisory and management services

Following a longstanding and successful relationship with the Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA), Thinc has been reappointed to the Department’s panel for advisory and management services. The panel will assist with the delivery of the Department’s programs and policies across Australia, providing project advisory; project management; cost management; and infrastructure… Read more »

Thinc helps successfully restore Brisbane’s iconic City Hall

Thinc has helped to successfully deliver the dramatic restoration of Brisbane’s City Hall.  The iconic building has undergone a $215 million facelift to return its heritage elements to their former glory and incorporate modern technology. Built between 1920 and 1930, much of City Hall had fallen into serious disrepair.  In January 2010 Brisbane City Council… Read more »

Thinc appoints new lead for South Australia

Thinc has appointed Mark Utting as its new Regional Manager for South Australia.  The firm is experiencing significant growth in the region, with recent major projects including: the Adelaide Convention Centre, the Rundle Mall Redevelopment and the Tonsley Park Development. Mark brings a wealth of iconic project experience to the role, having previously worked on… Read more »

Thinc makes trio of senior appointments

Thinc has made a trio of senior appointments across Australia to bolster its sector expertise. The firm has appointed Paul Byrne as National Director for Infrastructure.  Paul has landmark, international aviation and rail sector experience, having previously worked for the Hong Kong Airport Authority and led consultancy Louis Berger Group’s infrastructure subsidiary.  Paul has also… Read more »

Thinc appoints Cris Johansen as Project Director in Victoria

Thinc has appointed Cris Johansen as Project Director.  Cris brings in excess of 30 years’ professional experience in the construction industry and joins the leadership team in Victoria. Cris is a highly experienced project management professional, a trained quantity surveyor and has an MBA from the Australian Graduate School of Management.  His expertise spans the… Read more »

Thinc’s Adam Sevdalis shortlisted for Future Leader of the Year award

Adam Sevdalis – General Manager, National Advisory at Thinc – has been shortlisted for the ‘Future Leader of the Year’ award at the 2013 Property Council of Australia (PCA) Innovation and Excellence Awards. The annual awards celebrate innovation and leading practice within Australia’s property development and investment industries.  Six individuals are vying for the ‘Future… Read more »

New Chief Executive Officer for Thinc Group

Tim Turpin has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of specialist project management and advisory consultant, Thinc Group. A highly experienced executive and a co-founder of Thinc, Mr Turpin’s career has spanned 25 years. During this time he has overseen an extensive list of major developments in the mixed use residential, aged care and commercial market… Read more »

Joining together to tackle childhood cancer

An ambitious collaboration between three leading medical research institutes and three child cancer centres has been formed to accelerate progress in the fight against childhood cancer. The Kids Cancer Alliance will work towards better diagnosis and treatment of cancers that affect children, with the support of a $6.5 million Translational Cancer Research Centre Grant from… Read more »

New award commemorates a Thinc pioneer

The late Jason Ashton was a founding shareholder and regional director of Thinc Projects Australia who inspired colleagues across the country over more than 20 years with the firm. Now, his memory has been honoured at a ceremony held on 24 April where the inaugural Jason Ashton Memorial Grant was awarded. The annual $10,000 prize… Read more »

Setting the standard in green design

A green housing design created by Thinc and its client Rio Tinto has set a new standard for sustainability in Western Australia. Rio Tinto has just received EnviroDevelopment certification from the Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) for its planned Wickham South subdivision, to be located at the iron ore port of Cape Lambert, north… Read more »