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PROGRESS: After months of forward works, buildings are starting to come out of the ground at the Old Emu Brewery. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Brookfield starts building Woodside HQ

EXCLUSIVE: Construction giant Brookfield Multiplex has taken the inside rail from rival Probuild to win the main construction contract for Woodside Petroleum’s new headquarters at the Old Emu Brewery site on Mounts Bay Road.

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Shenton Park
A magnificant project which will present the 3 best buildings on the Perth skyline . No one is more enthusiastic and possibly more knowledgeable on what is happening in Perth . Design of buildings on the Perth skyline are poor compared with Sydney , Melbourne and Brisbane . The worst are the exhibition centre and the new box like BHP tower with its only feature facing the river an ugly steel frame on top . Capital Square sets a new standard for the skyline . King's square and Elizabeth Quay are also very noteable projects setting a very high standard of development which has in the past been sadly lacking in Perth . I look forward to construction work starting on the new hotel and apartment tower to complete Capital Square . Congratulations to all concerned .

Perth
We need to have more of this kind of elegant design to make people of Perth proud. On the other hand, the Brookfield Place Tower would look much better should its top steel frame is revised or totally removed. This tower is a poor interpretation of the HSBC Building in Hong Kong and is an eyesore for the Perth skyline.

Perth
Stunning! What a magnificent skyline Perth has now. Very proud of this city. Very curious about the front steps, would love to know more about them. Main entrance? Water garden? Saw some plants going on them this morning. For the last few weeks my husband and I have been coming up with all sorts of ideas each time we drive past in the mornings, please tell.

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