December 14, 2011 Leave a comment
One of South Australia’s most successful home-grown construction companies, Candetti Constructions, has been placed in voluntary administration at the request of Chairman, Mr Alex Candetti…. (more)
Candetti Constructions was established in 1958 as a specialist concrete contractor. Development Manager, Mr Jarrod Lengs tells Bob Combes how the company has transformed itself into one of the most innovative private construction companies in Australia, specialising in complex, multi-use projects and is now entering its next phase of growth.
See attachment for full article.
Last night the Ladder Project won the Adaptation and Re-use category of the Port Adelaide Enfield Council Heritage Award. Congratulations to all the Greenway Team, including Peter Tynan, Jon Lowe, Samantha Hay, Hannah Baison and Jarrad McGaffin. We would also like to recognise the efforts of our consultant team, namely, Bruce Harry Architects (Heritage), W & G (Structural & Civil), SECON (Services), Sonus (Acoustics), and Tecon (Certification).
Candetti Constructions did a fantastic job with a very complex and fragile building site – thanks to Graham Cox, Anthony Burns, and George Floros.
A special thanks to Julian Aggiss (Housing SA/ DFC) for his vision, determination, and perserverance.
See Greenway Architects website for full article.
Candetti Constructions have long shown their commitment to building outstanding sports and community projects and facilities to enable SA to lead the nation in events, training, recreation and community pursuits. The Candetti Sports Award recognises those South Australians that have demonstrated dedication, a strong spirit of competition, sportsmanship and a love of the game.
Encouraging and supporting the ambition and hard work of our athletes and sports achievers will encourage them to go further, faster, longer and higher than anyone before. Whether it’s competing, coaching, volunteering, administration or education, the Sports Award seeks to applaud their talents and recognise their commitment in the pursuit of excellence.
See attachment for full article – Cooper Pedy Regional Times.
UniSA’s $16 million Building V facility (the Mawson Institute) was officially launched at the Mawson Lakes campus this month (June) by Premier Mike Rann, and has been recognised as an educational leader in sustainability in the process.
The Green Building Council of Australia has awarded the building a five star Green Star which represents Australian excellence in environmentally sustainable design and construction.
The Community Achievement Awards will be launched at 10:30am on Wednesday 22nd June, at the Stamford Grand Adelaide (Jetty Rd Glenelg). The Honourable Grace Portolesi MP, Minister for Volunteers will officially launch the call for nominations and a free morning tea will be served.
Don’t underestimate the value of nominating someone who has served you well. People that contribute to the community don’t look for a pat on the back, but they deserve one, and these Awards are the perfect way to say thanks and to acknowledge their efforts.