Residential Development:

A partnership approach means peace of mind

Residential Development:

A partnership approach means peace of mind

Our portfolio of projects includes townhouses, multi-apartment and mixed-use developments.

The way we work is as a tight-knit team, with you at the centre. At the outset we provide a comprehensive fee proposal so you can budget every item needed to obtain the necessary permits and detailed working drawings.

Then we can prepare all the design and engineering documentation, manage the permit application process, deal with the relevant authorities and bring into the team any specialised consultants who may be required.

This streamlined approach means you can avoid the delays and costs involved in re-drafts and multiple submissions and be confident of having a complete design package ready to take to build.

Multi-apartment and mixed-use projects:

Multi-apartment and mixed-use projects:

These types of projects are long term and complex in terms of the planning and permit approvals process, which is why our centralised end-to-end service package is worth considering.

Having the complete range of design and engineering services and all documentation under one roof minimises the risk of error and cross-duplication, and can help you get the project over the line efficiently and cost-effectively.

Lygon Street, Brunswick

Lygon Street is another road on which the government is allowing medium-sized developments, subject to rigorous planning and permit processes. Through experience we were able to streamline the construction of a contemporary five-storey residential tower with ground-floor commercial tenancies.

Sydney Road, Brunswick:

Sydney Road is subject to recent government policy allowing construction of medium-sized developments. For this project we overcame several planning hurdles, such as building over a heritage-listed building with minimal foundations, enabling the construction of a five-storey residential tower with ground-floor offices.

Sydney Road, Brunswick:

Sydney Road is subject to recent government policy allowing construction of medium-sized developments. For this project we overcame several planning hurdles, such as building over a heritage-listed building with minimal foundations, enabling the construction of a five-storey residential tower with ground-floor offices.

York Street, South Melbourne:

This project required a small cottage to be replaced by a three-level building constructed with pre-fabricated concrete panels. Situated across the road from busy South Melbourne market, local amenity was a major issue. Our planning enabled the building works to be completed with minimal disruption to passers-by.

Townhouses:

Townhouses:

We have experience working on a variety of townhouse projects, ranging from dual-occupancy developments to multi-dwelling complexes.

While the primary aim is to create contemporary living spaces with modern amenities, we understand that with side-by-side dwellings there is

also the need to consider the privacy of all occupants, express individuality and create street appeal, and this awareness is reflected in our design solutions.

Mulgrave:

This side-by-side dual-occupancy development is a great example of two families benefiting by joining forces. Sharing the cost of the land and maximising the potential of the site provided each family with a two-storey, four-bedroom contemporary home, with particular features tailored to suit their personal needs.

Mulgrave:

This side-by-side dual-occupancy development is a great example of two families benefiting by joining forces. Sharing the cost of the land and maximising the potential of the site provided each family with a two-storey, four-bedroom contemporary home, with particular features tailored to suit their personal needs.

Yarraville:

A builder-driven development where we designed a dual-occupancy with a fun Queensland feel, with timber weatherboard finishings to compliment the surrounding homes.

Beaumaris:

When proposing a dual-occupancy development our client found his plans were hampered by the location of a street tree. Through our experience with the permit management process, we were able to come up with a solution that enabled the construction of a pair of contemporary two-storey townhouses.

Beaumaris:

When proposing a dual-occupancy development our client found his plans were hampered by the location of a street tree. Through our experience with the permit management process, we were able to come up with a solution that enabled the construction of a pair of contemporary two-storey townhouses.

The way we work is as a tight-knit team, with you at the centre. At the outset we provide a comprehensive fee proposal so you can budget every item needed to obtain the necessary permits and detailed working drawings.
Kate Rekaris
General Manager

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Stavros Rekaris:
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