Opening of New Exhibition Pavilions @ St Marys

Friday 3rd September saw the official opening of our New Exhibition Pavilions at St. Marys to house three historic wooden wagons.         The Bennett Wagons enterprise was one of St Mary’s manufacturing stalwarts in the 19th Century. The wagons were made originally by James Bennett (Snr) in a shed behind the hotel now know as the Park View opposite Victoria Park. Subsequently his sons took over an area of Queen Street with two Bennett factories and their wagons employed Australia-wide as well as on the West Coast... Read The Rest →

Penrith City Council : Wagon Pavilions Nearing Completion

Our project for Penrith City Council is nearing completion on site. Superstructure is complete and the essential built form can now be appreciated. Council and builder John Cooper of Westco have worked hard to maintain the design intent and use of recycled materials. Main timber posts are recycled telegraph poles to relate to the existing Rotary Funded “log cabin” A few more weeks work and 3 historic wooden wagons will be gracing the completed building.

“Community library puts Precast Concrete in urban spotlight”

VIA MEDIA RELEASE by Cement, Concrete & Aggregates Australia June 22, 2010 A construction system widely used for factories and commercial buildings has been adopted to help integrate a new community library into sensitive suburban parkland in Sydney’s west. Precast concrete panels, carefully detailed to match the scale of the building and its urban setting, have helped ensure the new High Street Community Library is right at home among the Federation homes and bungalow cottages of leafy Strathfield. Designed by architect Colin M Brown, of Arena Design Architects, the multi-function building... Read The Rest →

 
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