MG Engineering

MG Engineering has been offering its varied and versatile engineering solutions since 1996 when it began as a father and son ship building and engineering firm founded by Nick and Anthony Brdar. The company has since grown to offer its services within many industries in Australia, including mining, ship building, and infrastructure.

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When it comes to constructing homes in remote areas of Queensland, the Northern Territories and Western Australia, finding skilled labour to do the job is often the biggest challenge. For years, typical “˜modular’ style construction – buildings made from slabs of reinforced concrete poured into moulds and transported flat to building sites – was popular, but it has its disadvantages.

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What’s in a name? Shakespeare’s Juliet may have elaborated differently. For others, the answer is simple – everything. Such is the case with Kubic Pty Limited, based in Richmond, Victoria. Established in 2005 by Joseph Princi, Managing Director and Brett Serratore, Director, Kubic is a young, ambitious and growing construction firm whose acronym says it all for potential clients – Keen, Unique, Bold, Innovative and Committed.

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Walton Construction

With a wealth of construction experience in a variety of sectors including commercial, residential, retail, health, aged care and education, Walton Construction’s Managing Director describes his company as opportunistic – in the best meaning of the word.

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Quality Builders Group

Quality Builders Group is the USS Enterprise of construction: the company boldly goes where no transportable has gone before. This boldness is both logistical and conceptual. Logistically, the company puts transportable buildings in extremely remote Western Australian communities where many other construction companies won’t or can’t build.

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When building a new home, buyers have enough on their minds without adding unnecessary stress to their “˜to-do’ list. From packing furniture, clothing, and other belongings to notifying friends and family of their new address, there is more than enough preparation involved without having to worry about painting, window dressings, fences, and many other inclusions that often don’t come with new homes.

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Pritchard Francis

As a civil and structural engineering consultancy, Pritchard Francis works across a broad range of sectors, including health, education, aged care, industrial, mining and resource, retail commercial, multi-storey commercial and residential, site remediation, civil infrastructure, land development, and more.

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Masters Contracting

To Tasmania for a change, to the southern tip of the continent and its capital Hobart, home to around half of the half-million or so people living in the state.

Masters Contracting Pty Ltd was established by Neil Masters back in the early 1970s. It started as a Mechanical Services contracting business, dealing mainly with air conditioning for buildings, medical gas and fume cupboard installations and electrical services.

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At a tightly competitive time for most Australian resource support services, earthmoving and plant hire specialist, Lantrak, has blazed a path forward to become a national industry leader – with an unrivaled fleet of trucks and complementary off-highway equipment solutions.

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George Rydell Constructions

When Ian George set out in 1988 to establish a construction company of his own, he did so on the back of a well-founded career in the pharmaceutical industry. With a team of only two at the time, Mr George endeavoured to grow the company using his pharmaceutical contacts as leverage and his past experience with high-end finishes and strict quality standards as his guide.

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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 25, 2022, 11:37 PM AEST