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CPB Contractors is a wholly owned subsidiary of Australian publicly listed company CIMIC Group Limited (ASX:CIM).
We combine the construction expertise and track record of two leading companies:
- The former Leighton Contractors, which was the founding company of the CIMIC Group in 1949
- Thiess, formed in 1934 and now operating as the mining company of the CIMIC Group
CPB Contractors includes the fully-owned subsidiary Broad, a national construction management company delivering commercial new build, fit-out and refurbishment construction projects.
CPB Contractor projects that Construction View has provided time lapse photography for include:
2013 – Wyndham Vale Train Station
2013 – Metropolitan Fire Brigade
2013 – 567 Collins St
2014 – Project 177 North Sydney
2014 – Melbourne Airport T4
2014 – Post Entry Quarantine Facility
2015 – Level Crossing Removal Projects
2016 – Level Crossing Removal Projects
2017 – Level Crossing Removal Projects
Founded in Australia in 1958, Lend Lease is now one of the country’s leading fully integrated property and infrastructure companies, with strong development, investment management, project and construction management and asset and property management capabilities.
Lend Lease projects that Construction View has provided time lapse photography for include:
2010 – Melbourne Convesso Project, Value $80M
2014 – Melbourne Concavo Project, Value $80M
2014 – Melbourne Airport T2 Balte Project, Value $330M
2014 – Monash Health TRF Project, Value $84M
2014 – 888 Collins Street Project, Value $350M
2016 – T2 Luxury Retail, Value $30M
Hansen Yuncken is one of Australia’s largest privately owned construction companies. They operate nationally with offices in VIC, NSW, SA, TAS and QLD. The company directly employs over 800 staff, has $2.9 billion of current projects, and has an annual turnover approaching $1.2 billion. Since its inception in 1918, Hansen Yuncken have completed over 4500 projects.
Hansen Yuncken projects that Construction View has provided time lapse photography for include:
2008 – Victoria University Learning Commons & Exercise Science Precinct, Footscray VIC, Value $64M
2009 – National Ice Sports Centre, Docklands VIC, Value $36M
2010 – Melbourne Airport Control Tower, Tullamarine VIC, Value $20M
2012 – Deakin University Burwood Hwy Frontage Building, Burwood VIC, Value $98M
2014 – Melbourne Markets, Value $105M
2015 – Bunurong Memorial Park, Value $41M
2016 – St John of God Berwick, Value $120M
2016 – New Cold 2, Value $68M
2019 – Victorian Pride Centre $48M
Mirvac is one of the leading brands in the Australian development and construction industry and has a proven track record of delivering innovative and quality products that exceed customers’ expectations and lead the market.
Mirvac projects that Construction View has provided time lapse photography for include:
2012 – Yarra Edge Project Melbourne Docklands, Value $65M
2012 – Tower 6 Project, Docklands, Value $50M
2015 – Riverside Quay Project South Bank, Value $87M
2015 – Tower 10, Value $100M
2016 – 664 Collins St
2017 – 477 Collins St
2018 – Voyager Apartments
Airservices Australia is a government-owned corporation providing safe, secure, efficient and environmentally responsible services to the aviation industry. They manage air traffic operations for around 75 million passengers on more than three million flights every year. Airservices provide the aviation industry with aeronautical data, telecommunications, navigation services and aviation rescue and fire fighting services.They employ around 3800 staff, with approximately 950 air traffic controllers, working from two major centres in Melbourne and Brisbane and 28 towers at international and regional airports.
Airservices Australia projects that Construction View has provided time lapse photography for include:
2010 – Rockhampton Control Tower, Value $6m
2010 – Broome Control Tower, Value $20m
2011 – Melbourne TAS building, Value TBC
2012 – New Melbourne Fire Training Centre, Value TBC
Hutchinson Builders is one of Australia’s largest privately owned building and construction companies. Established in 1912 their heritage has been forged by a century of service to the construction industry and is testament to the company’s commitment, expertise and integrity in all the they do.
Hutchinson projects that Construction View has provided time lapse photography for include:
2011 – Goods Shed MelbourneProject, Value $48M
2012 – Vic Track Ikon Glen Waverly Project, Value $65M
2017 – Mercato on Byron
With over 40 years of experience as one of Australia’s leading tertiary education providers, Deakin’s won numerous awards and teaches over 53,000 students each year.
Deakin are known as a globally connected university, with five popular campuses – including our online Cloud Campus – and technology-rich learning centres across outer metropolitan Melbourne.
Deakin are always upgrading their facilities and building state of the art new buildings.
Deakin University projects that Construction View has provided time lapse photography for include:
2012 – Burwood Campus Hwy Frontage Building
2013 – Waurn Ponds Engineering Building
2015 – Waurn Ponds Campus Sports Field Upgrade
2015 – Burwood Campus Atrium Projects
2015 – Burwood Student Accommodation
2016 – Geelong Waterfront Student Accommodation
2018 – Burwood Sports Science Building
2018 – Burwood Law School
2019 – Waurn Ponds KA Building Infill Project
"Construction View has become an invaluable tool for our project managers and clients. The pictures are clear and regular, whilst the website interface is simple to use and offers many features."
"We find the Construction View Dashboard user friendly and is a great tool for monitoring various projects without having to always visit the site."
"We use the Construction View Camera systems for tracking site progress for reporting purposes. Since using Construction View we have saved a lot of time, as we no longer need to be on site to monitor the project "