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MAY Newsletter 2019

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The temperatures have definitely dropped in Canberra but things aren’t slowing down in the workshop or on site. We have had a few exciting projects finish up this month and some new ones starting.

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Monday 20th May 2019 was World Bee Day and we worked on an exciting project with Knight Frank for the event. We designed and built a pop up installation in the foyer of 4 National Circuit, Barton to celebrate World Bee Day. Honey harvested from the roof of a number of ISPT owned buildings in Canberra was for sale as part of the installation along with a 2 week program of activities for the building tenants with an underlying message about the declining bee population and what we can do to help the bees starting in our own backyards! 


This project was a great initiative by Knight Frank and ISPT for World Bee Day and we were so excited to be involved along with the other event partners Canberra Environment Centre, ACT for Bees and Beekeepers – Cormac Farrell & Christine Joannides.

See more photos of the project here.

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We are proud to announce that Wellington Architectural has opened a UK branch. In partnership with Hawkings Cladding, Wellington Architectural products will now be manufactured and distributed across the UK. Same products and same quality, but there will be a different range of timbers for our UK panels. For all UK based enquiries please visit


Wellington Architectural will continue to manufacture all of their products in Australia for Australian customers. For all Australian based enquiries please visit

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

A. My favourite project has to be Brindy. It was the first project I was a part of from start to finish.

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

A. I am in my final year of my undergrad at University of Canberra, so I guess that is where is spend most of my free time. I am also an S&C coach so I have recently spent quite a bit of time with the Brumbies Woman's team and UC woman Rugby 7's team. My hobbies are training and playing footy.

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

A. Buy Miles a new lunch box because his Bulldogs one is bring the boys morale down.

Q. What’s your favourite food? 

A. My favourite food has to be Sushi.

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

A. Worst habit has to be Matty. Surly you can't be on the phone to your missus that much?

Q. Who is your favourite team member and why? 

A. I love working with Khi, we always have unreal chats and get heaps of work done.

Q. What quote or motto do you live by? 

A. "In 50 years time, I don't want to be able to say that I don't have something or didn't do something because I didn't work hard enough"

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We are currently looking for skilled carpenters and apprentice carpenters to join our expanding team. If you know anyone who might be interested in a career with Wainwright Facades please pass on our details or find out more information on our Careers page.

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