- 28 November 2016
We are pleased to advise that the City of Perth Library was successful in winning the category of National Entertainment and Recreation Facility at the Master Builders Australia National Excellence in Building and Construction Awards, held at Parliament House in Canberra on Thursday 24th November.
- 22 June 2016
Media release in The West Australian on the 22/6/16 about Doric securing HMAS Stirling Stage 3A Redevelopment as managing contractor.
- 24 August 2016
The City of Perth Library and Ronald McDonald House projects have been nominated to represent Master Builders Western Australia as a national finalist at the Master Builders Australia National Excellence in Building and Construction Awards, which will be presented on Thursday 24 November, at Parliament House Canberra.
- 08 June 2016
- 26 July 2016
We are proud to announce that we have won three awards at the 2016 Master Builders-Bankwest Excellence in Construction Awards, held at Crown Casino on 23 July.
- 09 March 2016
On Monday 29 February, members of Doric's ELT and project teams attended the official opening of the City of Perth Library.
- 04 July 2016
Kerry Hill Architects were awarded two George Temple Poole Awards at the Australian Institute of Architects’ 2016 WA Architecture Awards, for the City of Perth Library and public plaza and the State Buildings.
- 29 February 2016
Mobilisation to Secret Harbour Shopping Centre was executed expediently following Charter Hall Retail REIT awarding Doric Contractors the contract to deliver the major redevelopment of the centre.
- 29 June 2016
The new Harrisdale Shopping Centre was officially opened on the 23rd June 2016 by John Schroder, Stockland Group Executive and CEO of Commercial Property; Cr Henry Zelones, OAM, JP, Member for Darling Range; Tony Simpson MLA and Vince Mulholland, Doric CEO.
- 15 February 2016
A soil turning ceremony involving Noongar elders digging with traditional Wanna Sticks, was held at Yagan Square on Sunday 14 February. Doric will commence works at Yagan Square immediately, having already partially mobilised to site.