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This article was published on Wednesday, 4 December, 2019. The information contained within may be out of date or inaccurate. News articles and media releases older than 60 days are archived for future reference.

New Shepparton Art Museum - Project Update for December

Work is progressing well with Level three deck poured and preparations underway for the Level four pour.  

Construction works completed:

  • Ground Floor to Level 2 Vertical Structure completed
  • Ground Floor to Level 3 Slabs completed
  • Loading dock walls completed

Construction works commenced:

  • Loading Dock Concrete Lid
  • Level 3 Vertical Structure
  • Level 4 formwork and reinforcement steel installation

Construction works coming up (Next Year 2020):

  • Scaffold removal
  • Primary Structural Steel installed
  • Façade Panels installed

For the latest photos and videos please visit the new SAM project webpage

Kane looking after workers wellbeing 

Kane Constructions have participated in the Blue Hats suicide prevention program with two staff qualifying in October.

Blue Hats is an Incolink initiative designed with and for the construction industry, one of the key demographics likely to be affected by mental health issues and suicide. It provides on-site awareness sessions for all workers and further training for workers to become a Blue Hat volunteer.

Kane will participate in follow up programs on General Physical Health, Alcohol and Drug consumption and Gambling awareness/assistance.

More information on the program.

Kane Constructions wins top Australian building award

Kane Constructions has won the National Construction Master Builder of the Year award for the construction of the RACV Cape Schanck Resort.  

The landmark project also won the National Commercial/Industrial Construction Award – over $100M before taking out the top award at the Master Builders National Excellence in Building and Construction Awards in Uluru recently.

More information


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