Master Builder of the Year | National 2016 | Victoria 2016, 2017, 2019
PROJECTS | Victoria

Carlton Project, National Disability Insurance Agency Headquarters

Sector

Commercial

Value

$120M

Client

Techne Group

Consultants

Woods Bagot
Johnstaff
Norman Disney & Young
Mordue Engineering
TGM
Spiire
McKenzie Group
Architecture
Access Tract

In 2016, Geelong development Group Techne and Kane Constructions won the rights to design and construct the new national headquarters for the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA).

The $120 million project has been constructed on the former Carlton Hotel site in Malop Street, Geelong.  

The Carlton Project is Geelong’s most prominent commercial building and has achieved a 6 Star - Green Star - Design & As Built v1.1 certified rating. 

The three level basement and six level tower provides 220 car parks, end of trip facilities and 15,000m2 of A-Grade office accommodation. 

Kane are pleased to have partnered with Techne, Woods Bagot, Norman Disney & Young, Mordue Engineering, TGM, Spiire, McKenzie Group, Architecture, Access Tract and Johnstaff Projects to design and deliver NDIS’s new headquarters. 

Construction commenced in mid-2017 and reached Practical Completion in January 2019.