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JUNE Newsletter 2020

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It’s the end of the financial year and we are hoping this marks a turning point from the challenging first half of this year.

We have a few projects coming to an end and we are hoping to share more of these over the next month.

Don’t forget to follow us on social media if you want to stay updated!



We recently completed work at the new DKSN precinct in Dickson. Wainwright Facades installed 600sqm of 3mm VitraDual in white to the soffit which continued inside to the ceiling. We are looking forward to sharing some more photos of this impressive development. 

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We recently finished installing 150sqm of Alucobond Plus externally at the rebranded Phillip Mazda dealership. Formally known as Slaven Mazda, the business recently changed its name to Phillip Mazda to align with their geographical location. 

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Q. What has been your favourite project to date and why?

A. Favourite project would have to be casino. Because it’s the only proper job site I’ve worked on since starting 


Q. How do you spend your free time, what hobbies?

A. I play rugby union and I enjoy hanging with my family and friends 


Q. If you won the lottery, what would be the first thing you do?

A. Travel the world 


Q. What’s your favourite food?

A. Tacos 


Q. Who has the worst habit in the company and what is it? 

A. Matty Toward with sending in his time sheets 


Q. Who is your favourite team member and why? 

A. Can’t choose a favourite they are all legends 


Q. What quote or motto do you live by?

A. Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today is a gift, that’s why it’s called the present.

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We would like to say a big thank you to Project Coordination who have matched our donation of 100 trees for the month of June.

“Project Coordination is pleased to be able to support Wainwright Facades in their plant a tree program. Project Coordination was established in 1975, and from its offices in Canberra and Wollongong, undertakes construction projects in the education, health, industrial, commercial, secure facilities, sporting, multi-residential, arts/community, aged care and diplomatic sectors for both public and private clients. Project Coordination’s key objective is to remain one of the leading participants in the construction industry by continuously raising its own bar and setting new standards.”

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Wellington Architectural

NEW Walter Panel

We have been working with Wellington Architectural to develop a new product. Their Walter Panel Range features a series of decorative wall panels in modern designs and colours. The best part about this range is that you can choose one of their designs or they can work with you to design your own custom panel that will suit your project.

The Walter panel range is designed to be flexible to suit any application. Panels can be used on vertical and horizontal surfaces. Ideal for using in large scale commercial projects or as a small feature wall in a residential home. We would love to install this product on your next project so get in touch if you want to find out more or visit

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