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Work on six storey accommodation complex to start in May

 

 

A six-storey accommodation building which will stretch from Todd Street to Leichhardt Terrace will create 150 jobs during construction. It is planned to start in May and be complete in November, says part-owner, Michael Sitzler.

NT firm Sitzler gets major national award

 

Territory construction firm Sitzler Pty Ltd has been named as one of Australia’s best businesses at the National Business Leadership Awards, writes Denita Wawn, CEO of Master Builders Australia. PICTURED: Sitzler started in Alice Springs in 1957 as a partnership between brothers Peter and Paul Sitzler with remote area construction.

Government to pay $30m plus in rent for court

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It amounts to three times the initial government estimate, plus $3m for fit-out. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

 

Supreme Court – the inside story

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How should the community interpret the attention to its needs in the interior spaces of the new Supreme Court building? asks KIERAN FINNANE.

 

Sitzler closes Alice office: Why the fuss?

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The firm will be back in town when there's more government work, says long time local builder. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. PHOTO from the Sitzler website: The Australian Federal Police Building in Darwin.

 

Government agencies, Genesee & Wyoming picked Sitzler

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Treasurer Dave Tollner reveals assessment panel and selection criteria for proposed transport hub. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

 

Offices? Court house? Either way no say for public.

UPDATE Wednesday 2:10 pm by ERWIN CHLANDA

Attorney General John Elferink says 14 Parsons Street would be a suitable location for new Supreme Court rooms and he has discussed the possibility with Michael Sitzler, of Sitzler Brothers, who owns the building. However, Mr Elferink says he had made it clear that the firm would need to seek any deal through the normal tender process, "like anyone else".

ORIGINAL REPORT: Is there going to be an office building or a courthouse in 14 Parsons Street? Same thing, so far as the NT planning legislation is concerned. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

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