Since 1951, Ian Wood Homes Pty Ltd has been designing and building quality new homes, making customers’ dreams a reality and striving to create fresh designs of the highest standard. When we spoke with Ian Wood Homes CEO, Mr Neil Scarce, he was excited to have recently produced the company’s 60-year celebration brochure.
Many of us are familiar with the challenges of working to meet tight deadlines on a job site, needing an affordable, small-footprint building in a pinch, or even just trying to maintain a semblance of home in a remote location.
One of South Australia’s fastest growing builders, Unique Urban Built, is bucking the trend in a below-par market with the successful mix of solid skills and old-fashioned values. Since its inception in 2007, this building company has gained momentum in a difficult market with a balance of skill, knowledge and good, old-fashioned values.
For the past decade, UDAYA Homes and Communities has created luxurious, distinctive, and quality homes for buyers in South East Melbourne. Much more than an average everyday homebuilder, UDAYA Homes and Communities operates from a unique perspective which encompasses the greatest value for the dollar, superior and innovative designs, craftsmanship from inception to completion, and the latest technological advances to provide clients with the finest homes available.
Across Australia, there are a number of highly respected engineering firms, yet few possess the advanced educational background, experience, and sheer wealth of knowledge of Perfect Engineering Pty Ltd. Under the leadership of founder and Managing Director Dr George N Melhem, the firm boasts three senior staff, of which two possess PhDs, Dr Melhem and Professor Chris Sorrell.
Justin Vandenboog is having Ownit Homes construct his family dwelling. Not the first Vandenboog to choose Ownit Homes over the competition, Justin follows in the footsteps of his father, who forty years ago commissioned the fourth ever Ownit Homes project.
Narellan Pools doesn’t just sell a product. “We bring dreams to life,” managing director Chris Meyer insists. “That is our vision.” The company welcomes blissful summer days to backyards everywhere “by building the world’s best and most loved pools.”
A number of things come to mind with the term “resource.” One may think of a resource as a source of economic wealth such as minerals, land or labour. Or a renewable resource such as forests or fisheries. There are a number of ways to define a resource, but for most, snow probably wouldn’t come to mind.
Rows of hydroponically grown crops in massive glass houses with a complex computerised system used to control heating, cooling, and irrigation – it may sound like a science fiction scenario for colonising Mars, but could actually be the future of Australian farming. High tech advances in greenhouses, combined with increasing environmental concerns, are quickly pushing agriculture indoors.
In the midst of a construction slowdown, Buildcorp Commercial is busy remaking the Melbourne skyline and drawing record profits. What is the secret to the company’s remarkable success? “We aren’t your average builder,” Director Scott McVilly explains.