CEEJ Developments

Since it was established in 1995, CEEJ Developments has evolved into one of Victoria’s premier property specialists with a focus on residential developments and residential land subdivisions throughout the state. Maintaining a strong philosophy – “developing property for the enhancement of all” – the company works closely with leading town planners, architects, consultants, designers and others to create projects in desirable areas which appreciate in value, and are in harmony with the needs and expectations of growing communities in Victoria.

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Carmichael Builders

Carmichael Builders started out as a small family owned construction business on the Darling Downs. Most of its early work was secured in and around the rural town of Dalby, at the centre of Queensland’s richest grain growing region. Established by Lee Carmichael and wife Lyn, as LA & LK Carmichael, the partnership secured most of its early work in the residential sector.

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AVP Commercial Pools

AVP Commercial Pools is a Western Australia-based company specialising in the design, construction and renovation of public and commercial swimming and aquatic facilities. The company’s Managing Director, Mark Harper, has more than 30 years of experience in this sector, dating back to when he was just 17. He began by working for a then well-known company before starting out on his own three years later. In 1996 AVP began its operations, with its main business the supply of pools to local councils and other state providers of leisure facilities.

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Asbuild NT

Paul Graham did not originally hail from Alice Springs – his origins are down south in Adelaide – but after 14 years in the centre of the continent he has built up Asbuild NT to the stage where “we are recognised as one of the largest construction companies in Alice Springs.”

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Aluminium Systems Australia Pty Ltd

Readily acknowledged worldwide for its rugged, natural beauty, Australia is also well-known for its temperamental, oftentimes fierce weather. Powerful storms like last year’s Cyclone Yasi – packing powerful winds of up to 300km an hour near its core – caused considerable damage to much of North Queensland, and remains one of the largest tropical storms to hit Australia in decades, leaving hundreds of thousands of homes and other buildings without electricity, ripping off roofs, and causing billions of dollars in damage.

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Home Automation

Call it ‘domotics,’ and you are likely to receive a blank stare, but refer to it as ‘smart home’ or ‘home automation,’ and you will get a nod of acknowledgement. For the past few years, consumers have heard the word ‘smart’ attached to countless products and services, from food and drink to snacks like popcorn and mobile phones, which no one seems to refer to as a ‘cellphone’ anymore. Yet what, exactly, constitutes ‘smart’?

June 2, 2020, 3:03 PM AEST