Root Partnerships is pleased to share that it is working with NAISDA Dance College in the preparation of a Business Case for NAISDA’s infrastructure expansion at its Kariong campus on the NSW Central Coast. The new National Centre for Indigenous Creative Learning will be called Naya Wa Yugali meaning “We Dance” in Darkinjung language. The ...Read more
It’s not obvious from the crane count used to track development activity in Australia’s major cities but building developments at universities are booming. What’s apparent about these projects – and what a crude measure like the crane count fails to capture – is that rather than new builds on greenfield sites the tertiary sector redevelopment ...Read more
The true value of great cultural infrastructure
Root Partnerships is delighted to bring Reflections on our Built Environment to Sydney for the second time as part of our series of annual events. Shining a spotlight on the role that great cultural infrastructure plays in shaping a city, our guest speaker for the evening was Michael Lynch AO CBE. Michael shared his fascinating ...
Root Partnerships gears up for further growth
Root Partnerships has announced a series of appointments to its Board and senior management reflecting its commitment to its newly adopted five-year strategic plan. The Board has appointed John Taylor as the new Chairman in addition to his role as Non-Executive Director. Mr Taylor has extensive experience in project management delivery and has served on ...
SHINE Gala celebrates the late Dr Bruce Shepherd AM
Root Partnerships is especially proud to have been a gold sponsor for The Shepherd Centre’s SHINE Gala dinner held at Sydney Town Hall on Saturday 2nd June 2018. The SHINE Gala dinner celebrated the life of the late Dr Bruce Shepherd AM and his extraordinary work in establishing The Shepherd Centre providing children born deaf ...