APRIL Newsletter 2019
We have started to get a bit more settled in our new office and workshop this month and have been working on some exciting projects.
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WORLD BEE DAY
We are working on an exciting project with Knight Frank and ISPT to celebrate World Bee Day which is coming up on Monday 20th May. We are really excited about what we have come up with and can’t wait to share more about the event.
We are proud to announce we have partnered with Innowood as the ACT distributor of their products.
Innowood is an Australian company and a leader in the design, manufacture and supply of reconstituted composite timber building and architectural products such as external cladding, battens, bollards, facade screens, louvre screens, decking, ceiling and soffits, handrail, internal lining and other related composite products.
Contact us if you are thinking about using Innowood on your next project in Canberra.
MEET THE Team - MILES JONES
Q. What has been your favourite project to date and why?
A. I’ve only been around for a couple of months, so Brindabella college and being involved in the new Wainwright Facade office fit out. The quality of materials and architectural details are a dream to work with.
Q. How do you spend your free time, what hobbies?
A. I spend my free time with my wife and two kids. My hobbies are watching and playing rugby league and going to the beach.
Q. If you won the lottery, what would be the first thing you do?
A. I’d buy acreage and build my dream home.
Q. What’s your favourite food?
A. Lamb roast with veggies
Q. Who has the worst habit in the company and what is it?
A. Matthew Toward walks around site fondling a stress ball shaped as a breast. Not sure if it’s a bad habit, or just weird.
Q. Who is your favourite team member and why?
A. I haven’t got a favourite as yet, all the boys are great to work with.
Q. What quote or motto do you live by?
A. Team work makes the dream work.
PERFORATED PANEL DESIGN GUIDE
Not sure where to start when designing perforated panels for your project?
Wellington Architectural has put together an easy 3 step design guide with helpful tips to make the design process simple and stress-free.
Download the guide here.