For over 65 years TTW has been shaping the built environment across the Asia Pacific region in Structural, Civil, Traffic, Façade and Construction Engineering. 


We established our Canberra office in 1984 and are celebrating 40 years of providing clients with innovative, sustainable and award-winning solutions in 2024. We’ve been a part of the significant growth to the city and surrounding regions and continue to have a transformative role in the evolution of Canberra into the future.

Work with us

Our holistic approach to your project ensures you can tap into the potential of every aspect of your build. We offer a range of consulting services which, rather than stand on their own, are blended with our wider capabilities and skillsets for the best outcome for you. Our teams develop a comprehensive understanding of the requirements of your project so we can deliver bespoke solutions that align with your goals and outcomes.

Our team is dedicated to the development of and investment in cutting-edge technologies. We invest in the most advanced and innovative technologies available. Collaboratively, our teams enhance project efficiencies, reduce costs and mitigate risk where possible, while enabling wider design freedom to bring our client's vision to life.

Ross McDougall, Executive Director

Ross McDougall

Executive Director

Christie Player, Associate Director Civil

Christie Player

Associate Director, Civil


Mark Egan, Associate Structural

Mark Egan

Associate, Structural


Pioneering Defence Solutions

Our team of experienced engineers pioneer Defence solutions that are efficient and effective, whilst also aligning with Department goals around innovation and sustainable design.

We have the expertise and knowledge to understand the value of whole-of-life outcomes. This means we can provide pragmatic, cost effective, and innovative solutions to projects in the Defence sector. Our dedication to our client’s vision and our focus on project specifications has resulted in a portfolio of multi-award-winning Defence buildings. These buildings are widely acclaimed for their unique, ingenious and stunning designs.

Headquarters Joint Operations Command
Headquarters Joint Operations Command

Our Projects

Canberra Hospital Expansion

The $500 million Canberra Hospital Expansion (CHE) project will deliver a new eight-storey emergency, surgical and critical healthcare building. Located at Yamba Drive in Garran, the hospital expansion is the largest healthcare infrastructure project ever undertaken by the ACT Government. The nearly 40,000 sqm new facility will enable a bigger, better Canberra Hospital to meet the needs of a growing city and region, featuring 22 operating theatres, 55-day surgery beds, 60 ICU beds and an extra 39 emergency department treatment spaces.

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ANU Research School of Physics and Engineering

The new ANU Research School of Physics and Engineering will combine administrative and teaching spaces, a 250 seats auditorium, boardroom and seminar areas, with critical laboratory spaces including stable labs, specialist equipment rooms, clean rooms, and microscope rooms. The building will also incorporate seismic restraints and vibration protection technology to maintain the integrity of the building and the critical work of its occupants.

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Australian War Memorial Redevelopment

Officially opened in 1941, the Australian War Memorial is an iconic building of national significance. More than one million people visit the Memorial every year to honour the members' service. The time has come to modernise and expand the galleries and buildings to tell the continuing story of Australia's contemporary contribution.

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ANU CECS Birch Building refurbishment

Constructed in 1968 as the Research School of Chemistry, this facility derived from significant heritage value, including the unique precast façade, atrium stair and coffered floor slabs. The building demanded adaptive reuse to become the College of Engineering and Computer Science. The refurbishment will deliver approximately 9,300sqm GFA of combined teaching, research and workplace.

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Australian War Memorial - ANZAC Hall

The ANZAC Hall consists of a large open steel building with a span of 30 metres attached to the rear of the existing War Memorial by a glass bridge. The hall is 8 metres high and is sunk 5 metres below ground at its lowest point.

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ACSIRO Black Mountain - Synergy Building l

This facility is part of the ACT Site Consolidation for CSIRO, being located at the Black Mountain Science& Innovation Park. The project delivers 15,000 sqm of world-class research and support facilities with purpose-built laboratories.

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Australian & New Zealand School of Government / National Security College Building (ANZSOG/NSC) is Australasia's flagship school of government, dedicated to promoting outstanding public sector leadership and policy. The National Security College (NSC) is a joint venture between the Commonwealth Government and the Australian National University.

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