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

Awards

2019 Australian Glass & Window Association Best Use of Glass & Glazing - Commercial $50K+

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.