Providing all carpentry services and specialising in fixing, fitouts and fire doors, HighRise Carpentry has worked in the commercial and domestic building industry for over 20 years.
Currently employing 40 carpenters, the company is a partnership between ASK Constructions Pty Ltd’s director Anton Karaula and director Ned Vrselja from Vrelkan Constructions Pty Ltd.
Its highly reputable carpentry services means HighRise Carpentry continues to work on major construction projects across Melbourne and Victoria. Current projects include the NAB-D2 700 Bourke Street base build and fit out, 171 Collins Street and 720 Bourke Street for Brookfield Multiplex, and the Epic Apartments development in Southbank.
Highrise Carpentry carried out its specialised carpentry services for the 700 Bourke Street project, of which 30 of the company’s employees worked on the build.
For the project, the company completed the timber ironbark hand railing around the building’s atrium and across all levels of the building (using new machines to join the ironbark handrails to the steel framework), the ironbark cladding around the retail areas, all the timber doors, fire doors, jambs and aluminium skirting, and raised the floor to the building’s theatre and level 3.
HighRise Carpentry’s solid reputation has also seen it work with major companies on projects across Victoria including Media House at Docklands, Puckapunyal Military Area redevelopment, Victorian College of the Arts, Sunshine Hospital redevelopment, a Department of Housing project in Bacchus Marsh, Mernda Family and Community Centre, Princes Hill Primary School and Westbourne Grammar.
HighRise Carpentry has also worked on significant apartment developments around Melbourne such as Mayada Apartments in Toorak Road, Leopold Apartments in St Kilda Road and La Banque Apartments in Little Lonsdale Street.
For more information contact HighRise Carpentry at email@example.com