The Morris Bray Group offers a strategic portfolio of architectural services to the property industry. First formed in 1974, the two main entities are Morris Bray Architects Pty Ltd and Innervision Pty Ltd. Situated in Crows Nest, the company operates in a studio environment with a focus on communication and personal service.
The experience of purchasing a new home can be exhilarating. Unfortunately for many buyers, it can also be overwhelming and complicated. It requires not only an intense selection process of personal preferences including location, style and finishes, but also tedious applications, contracts and legal requirement processes.
Big Fish in a big pond. Given the vast areas of water surrounding our continent-country, you would perhaps expect it to be an ultra-competitive place to do business. But according to Simon Giessauf, general manager – corporate at Maritime Constructions, it’s not quite as shark-infested as one might think.
JBA Urban Planning Consultants is the leading independent expert planning consultancy in New South Wales, with five specialist teams (research and advice, strategy and plan-making, metropolitan projects, industry and infrastructure, coastal and regional) composed of more than 30 planners working collaboratively with clients, co-consultants, government agencies, the community and other stakeholders to ensure planning outcomes are balanced and sustainable.
When it was founded back in 1984, Concrib Pty Ltd became one of the first companies in Australia to supply and install crib wall and sleeper wall systems. Today, over a quarter of a century later, the company continues to provide professional earth stabilisation, erosion control, retaining systems, and a great deal more to the nation’s many civil and building contractors, government authorities, consulting engineers, and architects.
When it comes to the overall look and feel of retail stores, appearance cannot be overestimated. The moment we enter a shop, our senses take in everything at once, from the quality of the materials used to make the floor to the lighting displaying items for sale.
With all of the new developments under construction across Australia, it is easy for a developer to get caught up in the quick-build for quick-cash trap. Medium to high density developments are popping up everywhere at an increasing rate, and it can often be difficult to discern the benefits of one community over another.
In the aftermath of the recent Global Financial Crisis, contracting businesses have been struggling to keep afloat in the face of time delays on most projects and the outright cancellation of many others. It has been an exercise in endurance, difficult to survive even by those companies who have a strong financial backing.