Friday, March 13, 2020
The base is ready for the boxing then steelwork and inspection then the concrete will be going down at one of our custom home builds in Kew.read more
Friday, February 14, 2020
Slabs all boxed up and steel in place ready for concrete at one of our projects in Healesville.read more
Monday, February 10, 2020
Pouring the strip footings at one of our Templestowe knock down rebuilds.
Strip footing are a common approach to foundations when dealing with a sloping site.
Wednesday, February 05, 2020
When building on a sloping site the most popular way of approaching footings are strip footings. Pictured here is an example on one of our Templestowe
knock down rebuilds.
Wednesday, January 22, 2020
The steelwork is all done and we are now ready for the bondek and on with the mesh and concrete for this suspended slab.
Friday, October 04, 2019
Here is a basement with the walls constructed by using the Dincel system. Dincel is a polymer formwork used for walls and columns.
The Dincel is braced in position and is filed with ready mix concrete forming a permanent water proof concrete wall.
Friday, September 13, 2019
Land is not cheap so why not install a basement for better use of your property.
A great way of forming a basement is to use the Dimcel system which are a preform plastic module that are placed in position, braced with steel reinforcement,
then concrete poured inside them.
Friday, August 30, 2019
All prepared for a suspended slab pour at one of our Diamond Creek builds.read more
Saturday, November 21, 2015
Many of our clients having been asking how do you do exposed concrete?
Here are the steps the steelwork is exactly the same as per normal concrete it is the concrete mix that bears the difference. Colour is selected and this determines aggregate (stones) used in the mix with the sand, cement and water. The concrete is laid and finished off as per normal concrete, in most cases the concrete is then left for a minimum of 5 hours dependingread more
Friday, August 21, 2015
Another load of Boral concrete being delivered for our new display village in Doreen. Boral have also supplied the roof tiles for the display homes.
There are three different styles of roof tiles used at the displays, Macquarie, Striata and Contour. The Macquarie is the most commonly used tile being the most affordable with the Contour closely following behind. The Striata gives the illusion of being a flat tile similar to slate and is a little more expensive.read more