13 June | news

CREST Georgetown June Construction Update

Construction for Georgetown's newest development, CREST, is well underway with the team hard at work completing the bulk excavation works.

Over the coming weeks, over 1000 tonnes of excess material will be removed from site and disposed of to a licensed facility. Following the excavation works, the team will move onto the next phase, which will involve installing over 100 concrete piles between depths of 6-9m to form the foundation for the building. The team will then start on strip footings and pile caps before pouring the slab on ground. A tower crane is set to be erected in August.

Hear from Project Manager Richard Stanton and GWH/RE Licensee in Charge Peter Kunov for an update on all the progress.

Recently, the ASP1 works were carried out, including the installation of two new telegraph poles that will allow the high and low voltage power lines to go underground. With all this progress, CREST will soon be ready to welcome its newest residents.


  • Demolition complete.
  • Site office and amenities established.
  • Removal of over 1000 tonnes in the coming weeks.
  • Tower crane to be erected in August
  • ASP1 works in progress. 

The type of buyers that have purchased into CREST Georgetown are typically people that are local or in the Newcastle area who are looking for a smaller & boutique development. Recent feedback from purchasers has seen praise to the internal and external floorspace which allows for open-plan living with an expansive balcony offering ample room to relax or entertain.

For more information on CREST Georgetown, click here.

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