Welcome to our new staff!
Our team continues to grow with four new employees joining us last month. James Morrison (pictured above) has joined the MudgeCorp team, bringing our total Site Foremen numbers up to 3 with one of our existing Foremen moving up to a Site Manager role. Stephen Ford and Dean Archer have both joined our carpentry team and Luke Fuller has come on board as a 3rd Year Apprentice. A huge welcome to all our new team members!
In our last newsletter we reported that our team had literally doubled since mid 2015. And as you can see, we are still growing at a rate of knots in response to increasing demand for our services and a robust construction sector in NSW.
As our staff numbers continue to grow it has become more important than ever to have an efficient and accurate way of communicating and coordinating essential documentation between team members. Our cloud-based interactive Project Management System, Procore is proving to be a great asset to our remote team onsite as well as our support staff at head office. Most importantly, the benefits of such fast and efficient communication flows on to our customers in terms of cost and time savings. Better communication results in the ability to ensure building supplies are ordered and delivered on time and contingency plans can be readily made to allow for things like inclement weather and unpredictable site challenges, to name just a couple of the benefits.
We have a range of impressive projects on the go including:
- A custom multi-storey home build in Mosman (designed by RFA Architects),
- A bespoke coastal home in Killcare, which is featured in this quarter’s Residential Article, and
- Multiple construction projects in a range of areas from Sydney’s North Shore to various suburbs on the Central Coast, including new custom builds, renovations and medium density development.
In addition, we are finalising the Glenworth Valley Function Centre project, adding some impressive finishing touches to the centre. Stay tuned for the stunning photos of the completed centre, which will be uploaded to our Gallery on our website and Facebook very soon.
Back on track following heavy rains earlier in the year
The heavy deluge of wet weather at the start of the year was challenging for our foremen managing production schedules however the drier months of April and May enabled any delay in projects to be brought back on track of our projected production schedules.
Also this Quarter:
- Social News – Our most recent team social event was held at the end of May – a day of Go Karting! Find out who took out first place and who walked away with the wooden spoon.
- Our Residential Showcase features a bespoke 4-storey home in Killcare designed by local Architect Dianna Thomas.
- Our design inspiration article this quarter features INEX Renderboard cladding, a lightweight render substrate board that comes with a fire rating of FRL 60/60/60 and a bushfire attack level BAL-FZ and protects a residence without the need for any other fire rated materials. The product has been specified by the architect on the home at Kilcare we are currently working on.
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