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Contract Administrator-Estimator Needed

CONTRACT ADMINISTRATOR-ESTIMATOR NEEDED JTX is a fast growing multi-discipline development and building company. We are looking for a highly motivated, hard-working, skilled and experienced Contract Administrator-Estimator to join our high end luxury home building division. A university or tertiary graduate with at least 10 years of extensive industry experience in delivering high end luxury homes. A […]

Construction opportunities with $1.7b Melbourne business Park

BY MARGARET AMBROSE, PROJECTORY The project director of a proposed $1.7 billion business park and homemaker centre development has revealed to Projectory that its construction will mean the creation of thousands of jobs and countless opportunities for service providers. Anthony Elcheikh from JTX Construction and Development Group, has described HumeX, in the Melbourne suburb of Craigieburn […]

Huge mixed-use business park earmarked for Hume

BY NICOLE LINDSAY, SYDNEY MORNING HERALD Chinese-backed developer JTX International has launched a $1.7 billion mixed-use project on former VicRoads land in Craigieburn. The 350,000 square metre Humex business park and homemaker centre is planned for a 32 hectare site at 650 Hume Highway. JTX International chief executive Anthony Elcheikh said the project will include a […]

Melbourne Development Firm Announces $1.7 Billion Business Park In Craigieburn

URBAN DEVELOPER Melbourne based construction and development firm JTX International has announced a $1.7 billion Craigieburn business park and homemaker centre development which will deliver nearly 150,000 sqm of retail, office, medical, hotel and entertainment facilities on a 32 hectare site. Named Humex, the development will be located at 650 Hume Highway and Hume City […]

JTX International in the mix with Humex

BY NICK LENAGHAN, THE AUSTRALIAN FINANCIAL REVIEW Private developer JTX International, led by Anthony Elcheikh, aims to start construction in the next six months on the first stage of an ambitious $1.7 billion mixed-use project in Melbourne’s north. The project, dubbed Humex, comprises 150,000 square metres of real estate developed across a 32-hectare site on the Hume […]

JTX $1.7billion Craigieburn gets a boost

BY LIZ JORDAN, AUSTRALIAN PROPERTY JOURNAL The southern hemisphere’s largest building materials display centre and largest indoor play and entertainment centre will form key planks of the $1.7 billion Humex business park and homemaker centre, announced by JTX International. The Melbourne-based construction and development firm will deliver the 32-hectare project at Craigieburn in Melbourne’s north […]

New retail and recreation mecca for Craigieburn

BY LAURA MICHELL, STAR WEEKLY Construction of a retail and recreation precinct that dwarfs Melbourne’s biggest shopping centre will start in Craigieburn early next year. Known as Humex, the precinct will be built by construction and development company JTX on 32-hectares on the Hume Highway. The development boasts the southern hemisphere’s largest children’s indoor play centre, […]


BY MARK BALJAK, URBAN MELBOURNE   It’s not just the inner city which is benefitting from a general upswing in new hotels developments, as the Hume growth corridor looks to accommodate its first genuine hotel. Located at 650 Hume Highway Craigieburn, developer JTX International is looking to create a 4 star business hotel within their broader Humex development. Spanning 32 […]

JTX Construction and Development Group releases pictures of Box Hill council carpark site

BY PADDY NAUGHTIN, WHITTLESEA LEADER Images of what could become the largest ever development in Box Hill have surfaced online as part of a construction group’s bid to develop a council-owned carpark. The three residential towers and shopping centre, designed by JTX Construction and Development Group, were posted online as part of its expression of […]

Mega development planned for former car yard in Melbourne’s northeast

BY LAURA ARMITAGE, HEIDELBERG LEADER An eleventh hour meeting has been organised by Banyule Council for residents to view massive but informal changes to a mega 16-storey development proposed for a former Ivanhoe car yard. Banyule officers had recommended councillors refuse the proposal for 37-63 Bell St and 45 Lindon Ave — the former Courtney and […]