From the Top End of Australia to an Industry Leader
2017 Chief Ministers NT Export & Industry Awards, NT Local Content Award
Sitzler are honoured to have been nominated by MMC Australia and awarded the “2017 Chamber of Commerce NT Local Content Award.” This award gives recognition to a company or organisation that invests in the Northern Territory and abides by a buy local procurement practice.
2017 Civil Contractors Federation NT Earth Awards
Sitzler is honoured to once again receive acknowledgement for excellence in construction from its industry peers at the Civil Contractors Federation.
This year the Rocky Bottom Creek Crossing and Goyder River Rectification project won Category 3 (projects valued at $5 million - $10 million).
“Thank you and congratulations to all who were associated with this project. It is a very significant achievement to be recognised in this way by our peers and certainly something to proud of.”
Sitzler Pty Ltd became a Supply Nation Member on 25 February 2016
Sitlzer's membership of Supply Nation embodies our commitment to diversity both in our workforce and procurement process.
Sitzler Expands to Western Australia
Sitzler has implemented a growth strategy which includes expanding its area of operations and has identified Western Australia as a growth target. Sitzler is pleased to announce that in August 2013 it was registered as a building contractor in WA covering all types and sizes of construction works.
It's first project in WA is the Space Situational Awareness Facility, Harold E. Holt Base, Department of Defence.
Sitzler showcases Unibridge - the Bridge to nowhere
Sitzler opened its recently constructed display bridge which showcases the Unibridge technology that the company is hoping to use in the future improvement to the Territory's road networks. It aims to improve connectability between the Territory's major cities and its regional centres by providing a speedy, cost efficient and simple all weather bridge to the many river crossings currently flooding the Territory's road network. The display is located in Darwin on the Stuart Highway in Berrimah.