Hindmarsh Portfolio 2015 - Page 10



COMPANY HISTORY
Completes development
and construction of the
National Associations
Centre, Canberra
Completes Questacon
— Australia’s
National Science and
Technology
Centre, Canberra
Completes the National
Therapeutic Goods
Administration building,
Canberra
Sydney office
opens
19 81
19 8 8
19 9 2
2005
Brisbane
office opens
Awarded ANU
Colleges of
Science Contract,
Canberra ($240m)
Hindmarsh Retirement’s
second village, Bellerive,
opens in Canberra
Completes the
Jeffrey Smart
Building at the
University of South
Australia ($82m)
20 07
2008
2009
2 013
Begins development
and construction of
Zest Apartments,
Brisbane ($70m)
Completes
developments:
Ergo Apartments,
Adelaide ($56m) and
Aspire Apartments,
Sydney ($50m)
2 015
2 015
1979
19 8 2
19 8 9
2004
20 07
2009
2 013
2 0 14
2 015
2 015
John Hindmarsh
establishes
Hindmarsh in
Canberra
Adelaide office
opens
Hindmarsh
Retirement launches
with the opening of
The Grange Deakin,
Canberra
Awarded ANU John
Curtin School of
Medical Research
contract, Canberra
($140m)
The Hindmarsh
Flinders Link
development
completes in
Adelaide ($160m)
Completes One
Onslow Avenue,
Sydney
Completes the
award winning
South Australian
Health & Medical
Research Institute
($200m)
Completes Altitude
Apartments,
Canberra ($160m)
Completes over
$3.5b worth of
construction work
and built more than
4,000 residential
units across Australia
Rowan
Hindmarsh is
appointed CEO

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