Boden Building Group strives to create distinctive construction that inspires admiration.
With the range of packages available we are sure to have something to satisfy your lifestyle. Packages include:
Bathroom Demolition + Waste Removal
Wall patch up + Floor Screeding
Waterproofing (Whole Bathroom area)
Wall and floor tiling
Silicone Works to tile corners
Visit our showroom today located 204 Canterbury Rd Canterbury or phone us on 0412050771 for your obligation free quote within 48hrs.
Boutique Homes is a leading Victorian Home Builder that prides itself on providing quality designer homes that truly compliment all lifestyles. Proudly part of the ABN Group, Australia's leading home building group, we offer real value for money with industry leading inclusions and unrivalled build quality.
Antago constructions is an ACT / NSW accredited builder , we specialise in new residential homes , contract homes , extensions and all major renovations located in the Hall region of Canberra. We specialise in Bathroom renovations.
Lovegroves are construction law experts. Three construction law partners with a complement of dedicated construction lawyers makes us the largest construction boutique law practice in Victoria. Be it resolution of disputes with state significance (we have had carriage of resolving claims on the Commonwealth Games Village), civil or residential dispute resolution; our construction law experts Mr Justin Cotton, Mr Stephen Smith and Professor Kim Lovegrove are leaders in their field.
Did you know that one of our principals was the key legal adviser on the development of the Building Act in Victoria? We have also been engaged by state governments and federal bodies to advise on the establishment of building regulation.
The fact that governments have engaged our people to shape and fashion building law, bears testimony to our legal prowess in not only Victoria but more broadly the Antipodes.
THE collapse of a Pyrmont building company, leaving $27 million in unpaid debts, has left many small businesses facing ruin.
Austruc Constructions entered voluntary administration last month after declaring itself unable to repay debts owed to more than 150 subcontractors it had engaged on construction projects across the state.