This is a story about an architectural practice located at the very epicentre of Sydney, one of the world’s most dynamic environments in terms of architecture, design and construction, and with considerable expertise in interior design – though far from exclusively.
Having celebrated its 25th anniversary last year, Victorian project and construction management company Devco is in a good position to reflect on the many ways in which the building industry has changed over the last quarter century.
Smarter buildings make sense. But to construct them, we need smarter building techniques too. That is the aim of Equiset Construction Pty Ltd.
Johnson Property Group is one of New South Wales’ largest private developers of residential land. “We have enough land to build 7,000 houses,” Founder and Managing Director Keith Johnson reports. “And it’s all zoned and approved.”
It may be one of the oldest architectural practices in the country but JPE Design Studios is looking forward, not back.
Quintessence Construction Management has a proven track record as a building company known for projects that are out of the ordinary. The company offers excellence in commercial fit out, refurbishment and construction, and many big names in retail and the corporate world depend on it to turn ideas into reality.
SX Projects is a leading builder of luxury residential apartments, commercial buildings, aged care, sports stadiums and recreational facilities. With its main office in Sydney and another office in Brisbane, this multi-award winning construction company specialises in a huge range of high quality residential, commercial and community projects.
WA Country Builders is Western Australia’s most awarded builder. It is also the largest, which allows customers to access a refreshing variety of options at a reasonable price. “Just because you live in regional WA, you shouldn’t have to accept limited choice,” the company insists.
In 1802, a small group of determined pioneers settled on the banks of New South Wales’ Hawkesbury River. Seven years later, the deeply religious settlers completed the construction of a tiny, one room church.