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Month: March 2016

Month: March 2016

Maximum Australia porcelin panels product review by Threadgold Architecture of Perth and Busselton.

Product Review – Maximum Australia

With the majority of the built environment occupying the coastal fringe in Australia, it is little wonder that Australian’s have embraced open place living so readily as the absence of internal doors and walls enables the building fabric to cool down by capturing the sea breeze (In Perth the sea breeze is colloquially called the […]

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Image showing Building Tendering process in Perth and Busselton as handled by Threadgold Architecture.

Building Tendering Process

One of the most tried and true methods for delivering value-for-money and cost effective methods for procuring buildings for clients is the traditional tender process. This method is even more effective in soft building markets where builders are finding themselves without work and they need future projects to maintain trade relationships and cashflows.

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