Part 2 – Engagement Models
Part 3 – Industry Challenges
Part 4 – Building People
Shepparton Law Courts Open
Exciting to see Shepparton Law Courts officially opened by the Attorney General, with the foyer full of people. The new five-storey building centres on open and transparent delivery of justice, providing a safe and secure environment for all users. As you can see from the photos, the building also features some amazing timber work, inspired by local Red Gum trees. Ontoit has supported CSV’s delivery team providing project management services over the last 4 years.
The Saints Go Marching Home
St Kilda Football Club has returned to its spiritual home at Moorabbin Reserve upon the completion of the first stage of the $30m redevelopment project at Linton Street. The redevelopment will provide the Saints a new base for a new era in its aspirations to return to finals glory, including high-level training and rehabilitation facilities. The Saint’s men’s team officially relocated to the new facilities, now named RSEA Park, as of Monday 19 March 2018 – and will be joined by an AFLW team in 2020. More fans and visitors will be able to attend open training sessions and VFL matches, also boosting to the local economy. (more…)
Shepp Courts features in ‘The Age’
An interesting article in the The Age over the weekend featuring Shepparton Law Courts – discussing the way that scale, space and light has been used to diffuse tension – and showcasing some of the feature timber work at the court’s entrance. Openly shortly, Shepparton is the first regional court development in Victoria in over a decade.
Ontoit Senior Associate Liam Callaghan has recently returned from a trip to Timor-Leste supporting Operation GoodHearts with not-for-profit organisation East Timor Hearts Fund. Liam has worked with ETHF for a number of years now, supporting their in-country cardiology clinics and prevalence studies, but his most recent trip was supporting the first ever paediatric surgical mission to Timor-Leste. In five days, ten children received keyhole surgery to repair congenital heart defects, giving these children the chance to live normal, healthy lives. To learn more about Operation GoodHearts or East Timor Hearts Fund, please visit www.easttimorheartsfund.org.au. See more on our Facebook page.