Sitzler is proposing to build a 256-person worker’s camp at 50 (Lot 3164) Lansdowne Road, Katherine, to meet local industry needs. Modern, secure and suitable worker accommodation is expected by the workers that Katherine requires to develop the Katherine township and region. The facility is designed to offer fit-for-purpose accommodation to support work at RAAF Base Tindal and construction workers in Katherine. Sitzler owns the property Read More
Northern Territory-based civil engineering and construction company Sitzler is delighted to have been awarded a $747 million contract by the Federal Government to upgrade four Defence training grounds. The contract will support about 2000 jobs and provide lucrative contacts to many businesses, including Indigenous-owned companies. Sitzler Managing Director Steve Margetic said: “We’re very pleased to have achieved completion of the planning phase Read More
With the recent referral of the project in Parliament and impending review by the Joint Standing Committee on Public Works in July 2021, the The United States Force Posture Initiatives (USFPI) Northern Territory Training Areas and Ranges Upgrades Project takes the next steps toward construction. The project is a critical element of the USFPI initiative in the facilitation of the United States alliance and a continued commitment to both countries working bilaterally on Defence and security. Read More
We are excited to share with you our inaugural NT Training Areas and Ranges Project update and invite you to join us on our journey to completion by following our regular monthly progress updates. Read More
Sitzler wins the Toyota Australia National Civil/Infrastructure Award - under $25 million in the Master Builders Australia National Excellence in Building and Construction Awards for the Rapid Creek Flood Mitigation project. Read More
Sitzler’s dedication to producing quality, outcomes through delivering complex projects was recognised at the 2020 Master Builders Association NT Awards, winning 3 out of 4 categories nominated in. We are proud to receive these awards and are humbled by the collaborative efforts displayed by everyone in the team. Read More
Sitzler MD Steve Margetic congratulates the Sitzler Project team and Defence’s JO116 Facilities Program Office on their recent Essington Lewis Award win for the Space Surveillance Telescope Facility (SST). Read More
Australian Owned Contractors (AOC) has welcomed its first Northern Territory construction firm to the national fight for a fairer deal for homegrown Mid-Tier contractors on major public infrastructure projects. Read More
As the Commonwealth Government revises its approach to dealing with the economic fallout of COVID-19, the Defence Department is looking north with a focus on supporting both Government driven stimulus and hopefully Australia’s own resilience. Read More
The Space Surveillance Telescope has captured the first images from Space. The purpose built facility was completed by Sitzler in 2019. This is a significant milestone for Defence and the global Space Surveillance Network. Read More
Sitzler provide the following update on our company management of COVID-19 within our workplaces. We have disseminated information to our staff and continue to maintain and enact processes. Read More
Winner - 2019 Large Civil Construction Business of the Year - MBA National Business Leadership Awards -
Sitzler Pty Ltd has been named as one of Australia’s best businesses at the National Business Leadership Awards yesterday. Read More
SITZLER Pty Ltd have donated $250,000 to various country and rural fire services in QLD, NSW, VIC and SA in support of the recent bushfire disasters throughout the country.
In May 2019, Sitzler completed works as Managing Contractor for the Space Surveillance Telescope (SST) in Exmouth WA, handing the facility to the Department of Defence.
Back in 2016 the Tiwi Land Council (TLC) and Tiwi Islands Regional Council (TIRC) jointly sought expressions of interest from corporations with potential interest in and capacity for undertaking infrastructure projects in the Tiwi Islands and beyond.