For a business to be successful in today’s economic climate, it is essential to not only produce quality products each and every time, but to build solid and long-lasting relationships with clients. Working closely with customers and understanding their needs makes good business sense, and the more a construction company knows about the expectations of the customer, the more successful the project.
Tucked away in North Sydney is Restifa & Partners, a development-management and project-management specialist that Sam and Simon Restifa like to call a “boutique” company. It’s small in size – less than a dozen staff – but big in scope, with more than $200 million in current projects via subcontractors and consultants.
Founded in 1992, Marshall Kusinski Design Consultants is an award winning commercial interior design company based in Perth, Western Australia. Company directors Melanie Marshall and Kathleen Kusinski employ dynamic and experienced professionals working in a team-based studio environment.
Melbourne-based firm Inform Design is an architecture and construction company that works closely with leading local architects to create contemporary home designs for sustainable living. Not content merely to create beautiful spaces, Inform Design ensures that wherever possible, energy saving features are incorporated into the design, making the house more comfortable, affordable, functional and ethical.
While the general practice in property development is to make a quick turnaround on the sale of newly developed properties, the Henry Kendall Group takes a vastly different approach, preferring instead to hold its properties on a long term basis, adding value to them through the delivery of specialised – and highly valuable – services.
You are standing in a gazebo on a rooftop overlooking a thriving city below. Around you, timbre decks meander through a lush garden oasis complete with a stunning infinity pool, thirty metres long and two stories high. A second water feature flows from the outside into an equally beautiful interior.
When it commenced operations in 1999 as a commercial maintenance company, Central Systems (then Central Waterproofing Systems) was laying the foundation for its rise to success in the years to come. Not five years later, it was skyrocketing, after its slight change in name and drastic change in focus to offer its clients a complete, integrated solution, from construction through to repair and maintenance.
The 2008 merger of C&M Brick and Hanson Building Products brought together two of Australia’s finest foundation companies to create Adbri Masonry. Wholly owned by top 200 ASX listed public company, Adelaide Brighton Ltd, this subsidiary has leveraged its vast experience from the two former brands to become Australia’s largest supplier of quality masonry products.