Bringing The Falls Estate to life 

Setting a new standard for luxury lifestyle apartments. 

The Falls Estate is now complete – a luxurious retirement village encompassing 41 independent living units. 

Stanley Roth, Director of the Falls Estate, commended the exceptional quality of construction by RCC.  “The quality cannot be faulted,” Roth emphasised, reflecting on the commendations from residents who have begun moving in over the past two weeks. “The RCC personnel overseeing the project were most obliging, and a pleasure to deal with, throughout. 

Each of the 9 freestanding 2-storey buildings has been uniquely designed to accommodate challenging topography; sloping sites and sandstone foundations. Connected by a series of breezeways and elevators with wheelchair access, residents can easily access the common areas, amenities and residential buildings cascading down the hillside.   

The project transformed the existing semi-rural site while preserving the surrounding 3.4 hectares of native bushland. This biophilic design enables resident wellbeing and relaxation.  

  • Smart and sustainable landscaping design initiatives Extensive tree protection and the establishment of woodland management zones safeguarded local biodiversity while minimising disruption to the surrounding ecosystem. Rigorous tree protection measures were implemented to prevent damage during construction activities, including the installation of protective barriers and designated exclusion zones.  
  • Preservation of the existing waterfall and historic dam was crucial to the project’s success. Meticulous planning ensured the structural integrity of the dam was safeguarded throughout.  

Learn more about The Falls Estate here. 


University of Newcastle’s Tamworth Education Centre Student Accommodation now complete

Infrastructure that supports regional students.

The University of Newcastle’s new Tamworth Education Centre (TEC) Student Accommodation is now complete and ready for students to move in.

In partnership with Mace, EJE Architecture, Northrop Engineering and Electrical Projects Australia, our team delivered three two-storey accommodation student blocks containing 30 new beds. Students will also enjoy fully air-conditioned social spaces, modern kitchens, spacious bathrooms and laundry facilities.

This facility increases amenity and capacity to accommodate students studying medicine and Allied health in regional Australia. Operated by the University of Newcastle, it will create connection for students doing their Medical, Allied Heath and Nursing placements at Tamworth Rural Referral Hospital.

Hotel designs promoting connectivity

2024 Asia Pacific Hotel Industry Conference and Exhibition – Design in Symposium opens today in Adelaide. We’re delighted to be attending.  

This dynamic sector is continually evolving. The creation of experiences through design which promote connectivity is one well understood by Richard Crookes Constructions.

Having delivered a number of quality hospitality destinations, we’re excited to be part of the journey: 

  • Learn about the Western Sydney Conference Centre and Pullman Sydney Penrith here 
  • Learn about the QT Hotel Newcastle here 
  • Learn about the Powerhouse Hotel Tamworth here. 

Lot 1 CEVA Warehouse Now Complete

Forming the backbone of expanding economic growth.

The 35,000sqm office and warehouse facility, located in Western Sydney, is now complete.

These enhanced facilities have been delivered in partnership with Mirvac, as part of Mirvac’s Aspect Industrial Estate. The modern warehouse comprises:

  • 10,800m3 of concrete
  • 732 tonnes of structural steel
  • 12,500m2 of temperature-controlled storage
  • 900m2 modern office spaces
  • 300sqm of dock office
  • 140 parking spaces.

Our delivery team was joined by New South Wales Premier Chris Minns, the Minister for Roads John Graham and special guests from Mirvac, Australian Retirement Fund and CEVA Logistics to celebrate practical completion.

“The brand new facilities at the Mamre Road Precinct are cutting edge and will form the backbone of an expanding growth in the economy out here in Western Sydney.”

“This is an exciting part of New South Wales and it will be the epicentre of major growth for the Western Sydney economy in the years ahead,” said Premier Chris Minns.

We’re proud deliver important infrastructure that keep Australia’s logistics sector moving. Thank you to our delivery partners who made this possible.


Celebrating People in the Property and Construction Industry

Proudly Sponsoring the PCA, People in Property, Leadership Legacy Award

We are committed to acknowledging and celebrating outstanding individuals and teams who are reshaping the property and construction industry. We’re proud to announce our support and sponsorship of the Property Council of Australia’s People in Property and Leadership Legacy Awards. 

People are at the heart everything we do – recognising the outstanding people within our organisation, and wider industry, fosters a culture of appreciation and drives our collective success. By shining a spotlight on our trailblazers, we actively celebrate a culture of excellence and collaboration. 

Congratulations to our finalists: 

  • Annika Field, Senior Design Manager, Rising Star Award 
  • Elliot Hicks, Construction Manager, Pathfinder Award 
  • Martin Patience, General Manager – Aged Care and Retirement Living, Legacy Leadership Award 
  • Samantha Kuiper, General Manager – Design and Innovation, Industry Impact Award