Office: Queensland

Kane QLD Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary

Kane QLD Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary

With 10 year celebrations well underway at Kane’s Queensland office, we decided to commemorate the occasion with a video in which David Rutter, Queensland Director, and Tony Isaacson, Managing Director reflect on the past.  It’s an excellent snapshot of the 10 years, commemorating what makes Kane QLD the office it is today.  Make…

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A Project from the Archives: Old Government House

A Project from the Archives: Old Government House

In September 2007, Kane were awarded the restoration of one of Queensland’s most significant heritage buildings, Old Government House.  Constructed in 1862, it was the first public building designed and constructed for the newly created colony of Queensland and served as the primary residence for the first 11 Governors of Queensland. When…

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The Benefits of Early Contractor Involvement

The Benefits of Early Contractor Involvement

Would you consider Early Contractor Involvement for your next project? Everyone likes to achieve “value”, especially in construction.  What is “value”?  It could be reduced construction cost driven by innovation or faster delivery. Value may not be about cost at all, it could be ensuring a project is fit for purpose…

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10 Year Celebrations at Kane Queensland

10 Year Celebrations at Kane Queensland

Turning 10 years old traditionally brings images of cakes and candles.  For our Queensland team, it’s much more than that, it’s a serious milestone.  On Monday 5 September, we celebrated our 10 year anniversary. Reflecting back on some of the more memorable moments of the past decade, our Queensland Director David Rutter notes…

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A Woman’s Work...    with Project Manager Bojana Zivec

A Woman’s Work... with Project Manager Bojana Zivec

For Bojana Zivec, the choice was not an easy one – philosophy or construction? Her love of both disciplines made her decision over which university course to enrol in a difficult one. In the end, the practicality and security of the construction industry won over in contrast to Bojana’s indulgent interest in philosophy. After moving from…

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