17-21 Avenue Macquarie Park

The new student accommodation development provides 732 rooms spread across self-contained studio and cluster units with
shared kitchen and living areas, basement level car parking with bicycle parking, waste rooms and loading
dock. Communal open spaces is design across various levels, including a rooftop pool.

Key features include:
• Centrally located in Macquarie University Metro
• 1km south west of Macquarie Park CBD.
• Up to 15 levels of student accommodation studio
apartments and five bed cluster units
• Shared communal areas
• Landscaped courtyard and rooftop terraces
• Basement level car parking
• Rooftop pool

Client: Lachlan Avenue Development
Delivery Form: Design & Construction
Value: $150m
Completion date: December 2025

Chatswood Education Precinct

The redevelopment of two operational schools, Chatswood Public School and Chatswood High School, to deliver more than 150 new and refurbished teaching spaces, dedicated performing arts spaces, new sport and recreational facilities along with new libraries and administration facilities.

The project was delivered in three stages:

  • Stage 1 incorporates the construction of Block R
  • Stage 2 is the ECI phase
  • Stage 3 comprises of the remaining main works.

Client: Schools Infrastructure
Architect: Architectus
Delivery Form: ECI, D&C, DD&C
Location: Chatswood, NSW
Value: $163m
Completion date: September 2023

Western Sydney Conference Centre and Pullman Sydney Penrith

Western Sydney Conference Centre and Pullman Sydney Penrith delivers a premier conference centre, events space and accommodation to service the Greater Western Sydney region.

The Conference Centre has the capacity to cater for events for up to 1,000 seated guests as well as smaller events and exhibitions. The five-star, 153-room Hotel is complementary to the conferencing and events centre, meeting the functional and comfort standard required of a business hotel.

Western Sydney Conference Centre and Pullman Sydney Penrith development supports and complements the existing Penrith Rugby League Club business, the Penrith community and improves the service offering for members, guests and community participants.

Client: Penrith Rugby League Club
Architect: Turner Architects
Delivery Form: Design & Construction
Location: Penrith, NSW
Value: $103m
Completion date: August 2023

Lang Walker Medical Research Building

RCC has been awarded the design and construction (including integrated fit-out) of the Lang Walker Medical Research Building located within the Campbelltown Hospital Precinct. The four storey specialist facility is set to become a dynamic hub for researchers investigating the Macarthur region’s most pressing health conditions including Diabetes/ Obesity, Mental Health, Paediatrics and Adolescents, Indigenous Health and Addiction Medicine.

The project is being delivered with key stakeholder partners including Western Sydney University, Health Infrastructure, South Western Sydney Local Health District, Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research, Walker Corporation and the University of New South Wales.

Key features include:
• Works within a live operational hospital campus
• All consultation, treatment and interview rooms boast a connection to the outside with many featuring expansive views across Marsden Park.
• Kiosk with retail facilities
• Bridge connections to adjacent buildings
• Naturally ventilated shared collaboration and circulation zone
• Multiple terraces and outdoor spaces
• Demolition of existing at-grade helicopter pad
• Site preparation and civil works.

Client: Western Sydney University
Delivery Form: Design & Construction
Location: Campbelltown, NSW
Value: $51m
Completion date: June 2025

Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport

Stations, Systems, Trains, Operations and Maintenance (SSTOM) contract

Richard Crookes Constructions (RCC) has been awarded the task of overseeing the delivery of three stations as part of the successful Parklife Metro Consortium for Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport’s SSTOM contract. This is being delivered under an innovative Public Private Partnership (PPP) model, and is the largest PPP awarded in New South Wales.

RCC will provide buildability, program and cost planning input into the developing design and manage all construction activities, including interface portion control, testing and commissioning.

RCC will deliver:

  • New open cut station at Orchard Hills
  • New elevated station at Luddenham Road
  • New cut and cover station at Aerotropolis
  • Complex interface management

Client: Parklife Metro
Delivery Form: Construct Only
Location: Sydney, NSW
Completion date: 2026

City Tattersalls Club Redevelopment

The City Tattersall’s Club is an iconic and integral part of Sydney’s CBD life. Located in the heart of the CBD at 194-204 Pitt Street, the club is poised for a major restoration, renovation, and development of their facilities. This development is an extraordinary opportunity to redevelop a 126-year-old historic building and influence Sydney’s skyline, by creating a new landmark building for the Sydney CBD and re-birthing an iconic Sydney establishment.

The mixed-use destination will involve the majority of the building making way for a new 51-level tower with 241 apartments and high-end hotel with 110 rooms. The heritage ground floor area will remain but will undergo major upgrades to reimagine the function and return it back to its formal glory.

Key construction features include:

  • Heritage preservation and enhancement
  • Design excellence
  • Interface with Sydney Metro
  • Complex jacking of existing heritage billiard/ballroom
  • CBD traffic and pedestrian management
  • Cantilever structure at Level 15
  • Interface with club fitout

Client:  First Sponsor and ICD Property
Project Manager: Deloitte PDS
Architect: FJC Studio and BVN Architecture
Delivery Form: Design and Construction
Location: Sydney, NSW
Value: $399m
Completion date: 2027

St John of God Richmond Hospital Redevelopment

The redevelopment of St John of God Richmond Hospital will transform the hospital into a 21st century campus for the provision of comprehensive, accessible and life-changing mental health care.

The construction of 6 new buildings across four connected pavilions, contains 28 single occupancy rooms plus associated staff clinical areas with generous guest lounge areas and break-out spaces. The residential pavilions are connected to each other by intermediate lounge, kitchen and staff areas.

The proposed wellness centre sits separate from the other new buildings, adjacent to Xavier House in the location of the current tennis courts. The centre has been designed with a similar architectural form as the main buildings, The centre will include a large pool, gymnasium and multi-purpose rooms for yoga, massage and hairdressing.

Key Features

  • 4x connected residential pavilions
  • 112 private rooms (previously 88 beds in shared rooms)
  • Accommodation pavilions that are separate from treatment spaces to support clients to heal and recover
  • Wellness centre containing a gym, an indoor pool and other essential facilities supporting physical and mental health
  • Central garden pavilion
  • Preservation of the historic Belmont House.

Client: St John of God
Architect:Silver Thomas Hanley
Delivery Form: Construct Only
Location: Richmond, NSW
Value: $50m
Completion date: May 2024

Monte Scientia Project

The Monte Scientia Project is part of Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy College ongoing commitment to provide world-class educational experiences for its students. The new Sports and Science Building will enhance the College’s teaching and equitable learning capabilities with its new laboratories, a social innovation and enterprise hub, open, flexible learning spaces as well as an Ethical Kitchen and Shop to provide for the students. With a bespoke façade overlooking Miller Street and an increase in greenspaces, the Monte Scientia Project will leave a lasting legacy for the College.

Client: Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy College
Architect: Hayball Architects
Delivery Form: Design & Construction
Location: North Sydney, NSW
Value: $46m
Completion date: June 2023

The Falls Estate, Frenchs Forest

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

Offering 41 premium Independent Living Units featuring two (2) and three (3) bedrooms with associated underground parking, residents can enjoy communal spaces including a pool, gym, bar, lounge and various relaxing spaces.

Protection of the surrounding native ecosystem has been highly considered during site establishment and throughout delivery.

Client: Henroth
Architect: Marchese Partners
Delivery Form: Design & Construction
Location: Frenchs Forest, NSW
Value: $44m
Completed: 2024

Walsh Bay Arts Precinct

The Walsh Bay Arts Precinct will deliver a public arts and cultural precinct for the community on Sydney’s famous waterfront. The redevelopment will combine the existing heritage with state-of-the-art facilities. RCC was appointed delivery partner for the Walsh Bay Arts Precinct redevelopment and is currently on site delivering Pier 2/3, working with Infrastructure NSW, Create NSW and the current and future tenants of the area. RCC successfully delivered Wharf 4/5 in December 2020.

The project will double the arts and cultural space at Walsh Bay, with the creation of new arts facilities and performance venues in Pier 2/3 and refurbished facilities in Wharf 4/5.

On completion, the revitalised Walsh Bay Arts precinct will be home to an expanded group of prestigious companies: Sydney Theatre Company, Sydney Dance Company, Bangarra Dance Theatre, Sydney Philharmonia Choirs, Gondwana Choirs, The Song Company, Bell Shakespeare, Australian Chamber Orchestra and Australian Theatre for Young People. In their rejuvenated home these companies will add to the vibrancy and diversity of Sydney’s night time economy, increase cultural participation and enable a range of new local jobs.

Client: Infrastructure NSW
Architect: Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects
Delivery Form: Managing Contractor
Location: Dawes Point, NSW
Value: $280m
Completion date: Wharf 4/5 – December 2020, Pier 2/3 – Late 2021