Mackay Office a Winning Build
AE Smith team involved in two winning projects, including the Major Winner at the Mackay & Whitsundays Master Builders Housing & Construction Awards
AE Smith was involved in the purpose built ABC Regional Radio Studio which won the 2013 Mackay & Whitsunday ‘Project of the Year’ Masters Builders Award
AE Smith’s new Mackay office and warehouse (pictured above) has been recognised as an award winning construction.
The recently completed build was amongst winning projects in this year’s Mackay & Whitsundays Master Builders Housing & Construction Awards.
Mackay and Whitsunday’s best builders were honoured at a special awards night on August 17 – and AE Smith was involved with two of the winning builds including the Major Winner.
AE Smith’s construction partner, Woolham Constructions took out the accolade for “Industrial Building up to $5 million” section for building the “AE Smith Office and Warehouse Facility” in Mackay, where AE Smith naturally designed and installed the air conditioning.
Further, AE Smith was involved in the purpose built ABC Regional Radio Studio which won the 2013 Mackay and Whitsunday “Project of the Year” and “Commercial Building up to $5 million”.
Developed by John Foster Projects, innovative construction methods saw the new radio studio (pictured below) constructed to the highest cyclone requirements and beyond, which will enable the region to have communication under any circumstances. AE Smith designed and installed the air conditioning systems for the new build, helping achieve strict energy and sustainability requirements, ensuring the building would be cost effective for many years.
“A big congratulations to the teams at Woolham Constructions and John Foster Projects – we’re proud to have played our part in helping you win the Master Builders awards in our region,” says Mike Mulherin, General Manager, AE Smith Mackay & Central Queensland.
“And needless to say, we take great delight in knowing that AE Smith’s very own office and warehouse is now an award winner,” adds Mike.