Pyramid scheme

More than a decade before the famous pyramid at the Louvre Museum was designed, Sydney had its own modernist glass pyramid in the Royal Botanic Gardens. The pyramid at the Sydney Tropical Centre was built in 1971 on the lower terrace of the Garden Palace grounds. Today it displays a large collection of Australian tropical… Read more »

Cheers to our fundraisers

The ThincHealth team in Canberra has said goodbye to the holiday season and turned to the serious business of fundraising. Members of the office are taking part in next month’s FebFast 2012, a nationwide initiative to raise funds for youth drug and alcohol programs. Participants agree to abstain from alcohol throughout the month of February,… Read more »

Tim Turpin named as new Managing Director

Tim Turpin has been appointed as Managing Director of Thinc and is set to steer the company into its 25th anniversary year. In his new role at the helm, Tim says he’s keen to increase Thinc’s engagement with emerging trends affecting the future of the firm and its clients.  “I’m excited by the challenge and… Read more »

Mission accepted

It’s a sign of our nation’s growing ties with its northerly neighbour: Australia’s largest ever diplomatic mission overseas is to be built in Indonesia. When completed, the new Australian Embassy in Jakarta will incorporate a chancery, a head of mission residence, accommodation and recreational facilities as well as support services, all set over four hectares…. Read more »

Engineering hospitals of the future

It’s crunch time for many of Australia’s health facilities, which face an increasing need to house sophisticated new hardware in ageing infrastructure. Now Mitchell Cadden, a member of Thinc’s ACT team based at Canberra Hospital, will help facility managers in hospitals across Australia take on the challenges of adapting to the information age. Mitch has… Read more »

SA Defence Business

For Richard Washington, project manager of the RAAF Edinburgh Stage 2 redevelopment, regular riding with his seven mates on Adelaide’s roads is all part of the business cycle. The construction consultant with the Thinc Group, along with three colleagues, started cycling 24 months ago, for fitness and fun in the wake of the Global Financial… Read more »