We have completed projects in every major city in Australia totalling a value in excess of $60 million. Our projects span across a wide variety of industry sectors including: Fit outs, refurbishments and new builds. We are proud to have engaged numerous indigenous subcontractors and suppliers to help deliver these projects.

Tika Tirka

The Tika Tirka Student Accommodation project comprises of the construction of a new 3-storey apartment building for indigenous students from remote and regional communities. Tika Tirka will provide a home away from home whilst supporting the cultural needs of the students.


DLG SHAPE were engaged on a D&C basis to achieve the required programme and budget constraints for the project. Once this was understood, the contract
was converted to Lump Sum.

The building is an on-ground, precast concrete structure with lift shaft and roof terrace.
The design layout and finishes are thoughtfully considered to provide a “home away from home” community
environment with thoughtful references to indigenous culture and access to the outdoor space. DLG SHAPE and Phillips Pilkington Architects collaborated to ensure the unique project brief and design intent was maintained and budget achieved.

Indigenous Land & Sea Corporation (SA)

DLG SHAPE was appointed by Indigenous Land & Sea
Corporation to complete a full-floor office fitout located in the Adelaide CBD.
This time-critical project featured a nine-week construction period and consisted of new meeting rooms, quiet rooms,
offices, a comms room, open workstation areas, a new kitchen and entry areas.

Indigenous Business Australia (IBA)

The client required a new, modern space to relocate to. The scope was subject to a whole floor fitout including but not limited to meeting rooms, board room, offices, kitchen upgrade, collaboration spaces and services upgrades.

The project was a success and the client/ DLG SHAPE have developed a great relationship and the
expected result.

PM&C - Working Your Way (ACT)

Prime Minister and Cabinet were undertaking a refresh of their space to incorporate modern workplace practices, embracing an activity-based working platform.

The project included the complete refit of Ground Floor and Level 1 of PM&C’s premises at 1 National Circuit. New workspaces were comprised of high quality flexible working concepts incorporating multiple varieties of collaborative spaces and modern workplace furniture.