Building presence in town

LOCAL LANDSCAPE: North Construction and Building has moved to cement itself as a fixture in Newcastle  this year by opening an office in Broadmeadow, next to the MBA building.
LOCAL LANDSCAPE: North Construction and Building has moved to cement itself as a fixture in Newcastle this year by opening an office in Broadmeadow, next to the MBA building.

North Construction & Building is no stranger to success at the Master Builders Excellence in Building Awards having won numerous honours since 2004 including being three time winner of the prestigious Commercial Builder of the Year (2011, 2016 and 2017).

Currently the largest locally owned and operated construction company on the Central Coast, North has not only worked on some of the largest projects across the health, aged care, education and commercial sectors in the local Central Coast region, but also, throughout Newcastle and the Hunter Valley.

Given the growth of North within Newcastle and the Hunter Valley, developing a local presence was a must, so this year, the company has moved to cement itself as a fixture in Newcastle by opening an office at Broadmeadow.

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The new location   is ideally positioned next door to the Master Builders Association of Newcastle and the Hunter Business Chamber – both of which North is a member.

“It’s exciting times at North, having been involved in some of Newcastle’s most iconic projects such as the Merewether Surfhouse, Number 2 Sportsground and now Newcastle Light Rail,” North director Matthew Cook declared.

“Our new facility is well located allowing us to strengthen current relationships, develop new connections, involve ourselves directly in the community and offer workspace to local staff.” 

Together with North’s head office in Tuggerah, the office in Newcastle enables the company to create a cohesive service network, further strengthening their capabilities across regions and expanding the reach of their corporate culture and values.

North’s workforce is largely made up of long term employees who know and understand what working with North means, and who share the same values and goals.  As such, it was paramount that North offer a place of work for its staff living in and around Newcastle and the Hunter Valley.  

This year, North has entered the following projects for consideration:

  • Charlestown Community Mental Health Facility – Commercial Projects category.
  • Gosford Substation – Industrial Building category.
  • Hunter Valley Grammar School TAS Building – Public Building category.
  • John Hunter Hospital Arch Project – interior & Shop Fitouts category.
  • Singleton Hospital Expansion – Extensions, Renovations & Refurbishments category.
  • St Bede’s Catholic College, Chisholm – Public Building category.
  • Tuggerah Regional Sporting & Recreational Complex – Civil Engineering & Infrastructure category.
  • Apprentice of the Year.
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