We are a Project and Development Management consultancy delivering specialised management services in the property and construction industry throughout Australia.
Our wide range of services cover all phases of the project life cycle, and can be adjusted to suit the needs of each client.
Project Feasibility/Due Diligence.
Option analysis, land value assessment, financial feasibility (IRR, NPV), market analysis and risk evaluation.
Management of projects through all development phases.
Initial planning, site acquisition, financial appraisal, marketing and sales/leasing.
Strategic planning, real estate strategy, risk assessment and project appraisal.
Engagement as an independent superintendent under building contracts.
- Working across the
- Sports & Leisure
- Mixed Use
We work with private clients and government bodies to deliver projects of varied complexity levels.
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This mixed use redevelopment incorporates 49,000 m2 of premium grade commercial office space with state-of-the-art end of trip facilities. It is leased to some of Melbourne’s most prestigious law firms including KWM, Minter Ellison and Gadens.
This office tower is being developed in Melbourne’s CBD for the sole tenancy of the new Australian Unity headquarters. The 16-level office building is comprised of 15,600 m2 of A-Grade commercial office including premium end of trip facilities and incorporates a brick podium around historic elements of the Elms Hotel and the Mission Building.
80 Collins Street is a mixed use redevelopment comprising 43,000m2 NLA of premium grade commercial office space, including state-of-the-art end of trip and co-working facilities. With Macquarie Group as the anchor tenant this offering also includes the modernisation of the existing Nauru House tower facilitating incorporation into the wider precinct, which takes the total commercial NLA to approximately 90,000m2.
Completed in early 2017, the 42 level building comprises 240 luxury apartments and commands a view across Treasury Gardens. The project was also the 2018 National winner of the Australian Institute of Architects award for Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing.
As part of the 447 Collins Street mixed use redevelopment, the residential component comprises 202 luxury apartments above the commercial and hotel offerings. Designed by Woods Bagot, it includes 1, 2 and 3-bedroom apartments, a two-level penthouse as well as resident amenities at Level 34 and a sky-garden on Level 39.
This high-rise residential project comprises 1,039 high-end apartments spread across 60 levels, from Level 8 to Level 70. It includes 1, 2 and 3-bedroom apartments as well as three penthouses located on Level 70. Communal facilities on Levels 6, 47 and 69 include a pool, sauna and steam rooms, games room, theatre, golf simulator, double-height internal winter garden, private dining and lounge facilities. The development contains approximately 3,000m² NLA of commercial and retail space to be located within the podium, at Ground Level and at Level 1 within the heritage building.
Nelson Bourke is a landmark staged development located in Ringwood in Melbourne’s east. Designed by C&K Architecture, it comprises over 150 apartments, includes 1, 2 and 3-bedroom dwellings, as well as communal facilities and two-level basement car parking.
Chadstone Shopping Centre’s most recent major staged redevelopment involved the demolition and reconstruction of the northern end of the shopping centre. Highlighted by the inclusion of the first free-form glass gridshell roof in the Southern Hemisphere, the project included 13 new Hoyts cinemas, Legoland and major international Flagship stores, along with speciality retail and a new 1400 seat food court.
Providing approximately 4,000m² of unprecedented retail offering in Melbourne’s historic East End, 80 Collins will be home to a mixed retail offering including numerous International flagships stores, innovative retail, and food and beverage.
Competed for Coles Property in 2009, the project involved a new Coles Supermarket, First Choice Liquor outlet and childcare centre within the refurbished heritage building, and stand-alone specialty outlets.
The most recent major redevelopment of Kardinia Park, Geelong, included demolition of the old Brownlow and A.R Jennings Stands and replacement with the new Charles Brownlow Stand. The project includes state-of-the-art elite training facilities for the Geelong Football Club, new media and broadcast facilities, a 1200-seat flexible corporate space and corporate boxes. The project involved managing multiple stakeholders including GFC, AFL, City of Greater Geelong and Sport and Recreation Victoria (State Government).
The Princes Park redevelopment for the Carlton Football Club provided administration and elite training facilities for the football club, including advanced aquatic rehabilitation facilities. The project involved managing multiple stakeholders including CFC, AFL, City of Melbourne and the Sport and Recreation (State Government).
The North Melbourne Football Club facilities at Arden Street had been long overdue for a significant facility upgrade. The project included new administration and elite training facilities for the NMFC, facilities for Fencing Victoria and community spaces on the Ground Level.
The development is a premium quality mixed use project that consists of a 240-room 5-star hotel, 49,000m2 of premium grade commercial office space, 202 luxury residential apartments, ground floor retail and significant public open space. Woods Bagot and Shop (USA) are the joint architects.
The 80 Collins Street development is a premium quality mixed use project that consists of a 250 room hotel operated by NEXT, 43,000m2 of premium grade commercial office space, upgrade and integration of the existing Nauru House commercial building and a high end mixed retail offering on ground floor and podium. Woods Bagot are the precinct architects in collaboration with UN Studio (The Netherlands) and Jouin Manku (France).
Union Hall is the primary event centre for La Trobe University. It hosts various prominent university events, particularly the annual student graduation ceremonies. The project involved refurbishing and upgrading the interior hall finishes, including all services, and introducing a complementary external landscape. The project was completed over a short period of time to provide an aesthetic uplift to the building in time for graduation ceremonies to take place in summer.
La Trobe University’s Student Accommodation project will comprise two new buildings housing approximately 600 beds, in a mix of single-occupancy units and apartments to the Melbourne Bundoora Campus. The building is designed to be constructed in a mass-timber CLT (Cross-Laminated Timber) and to achieve a 5-star Green Star certification. The project launches Stage One of a broader Masterplan at the Melbourne Bundoora campus and will provide La Trobe with a significant campus asset of high-quality housing and study spaces for a new generation of students.
Holmesglen Private Hospital is a 147-bed private hospital that provides an extensive range of healthcare services to the bayside area. These include a 24-hour emergency department, integrated theatres, cardiac catheter laboratory and oncology services as well as a comprehensive range of medical and surgical services. The hospital features a state-of-the-art intensive care unit and coronary care units supported with in-house MRI and radiography. Located at Holmesglen Institute of TAFE’s Moorabbin campus, the hospital also provides clinical practice as well as teaching and research for nursing students.
The 250-room upper mid-scale hotel will be operated by Hilton Hotels and has been designed by Bates Smart. The hotel includes the internal and external restoration of the 1930 Equity Chambers building, executive suite, two hotel bars, restaurant, gymnasium and meeting room facilities.
As part of the 80 Collins Street mixed use development, the hotel aims to offer an upper 4-star business retreat for those in the hustle and bustle of the CBD. The development consists of 255 guest rooms with various room offerings including club rooms and suites, an all-day dining restaurant, a private club lounge, a bar with a unique ageing room and an exclusive fitness centre for guests. The ground floor hotel foyer also includes a space intended to be open to the public as a take-away café during the day and prosecco bar in the evening.
As part of the 447 Collins Street mixed use redevelopment, the hotel component comprises a 5-star 294-key hotel operated by W Hotel. The W Hotel includes internal port cochere, 500m2 ballroom, meeting room facilities, hotel bar, three restaurants, pool and fitness facilities.
The development involves constructing 11 levels of a cross laminated timber (CLT) structured 4-star hotel on an existing commercial tower while the building is occupied and fully operational. The hotel offers 220 self-contained apartments with different apartment sizes, a dedicated lap pool and gym, meeting rooms and function area, as well as a retail tenancy on ground floor that is intended for a food offering.
This project will be the first of its kind with mass timber construction when completed.
Our directors and associates bring a broad range of experience to drive our team and projects to successful results.
With over 30 years of experience in Australia and overseas, Greg has the unique combination of both property and project management skills. His exposure to a broad range of projects and market sectors enables him to undertake numerous assignments at either end of the project life cycle, leading the team to a successful outcome.
Some of Greg’s main areas of expertise are financial appraisal, team building, project planning, scheduling and procurement strategy.
Anthony brings a wealth of engineering and project management experience to the team across a range of sectors, including commercial, residential, retail and mixed-use projects. Having over 16 years of experience in the UK and Australia, he drives successful completion of complex, large projects. He encourages project team collaboration in an open and transparent environment ensuring project objectives are achieved on time and budget.
His strength as a leader is shown from the project establishment phase through contract negotiation and project close-out, and is key to maintaining a culture of excellence within the company.
Rob holds a wealth of knowledge gained from the management and delivery of a broad range of projects in his 40 years of experience. With substantial background in the design and construction phases of major projects, particularly in retail, high rise commercial and residential, hotels and special use, he is widely recognised in his ability to analyse projects at an early stage, pre-empting problems and risks that need to be addressed during subsequent phases.
Within the industry, Rob’s advice is keenly sought on matters of procurement strategy, build ability, fast tracking and risk mitigation.
Commencing his career in 2004 with a leading property advisory business in Melbourne and Sydney, Marcus brings a diverse skill set and blend of property acquisition, project management and construction expertise to Duo Projects.
He has extensive experience across major commercial, residential, hotel, retail and mixed use developments, and has delivered an impressive portfolio of projects. Marcus is a skilled communicator and has strongest expertise in project set up, team and stakeholder management, contract negotiation and construction delivery.