Work at the Stockman’s Hall of Fame continues to move forward, with the new outdoor entertainment centre set to be completed by the 2nd of October.
The centre will be opening with a bang: Country superstar Lee Kernaghan will be performing, followed by The Outback October Fiesta; a month of outback festival events.
In the meantime, our team continue to put together one of our proudest builds.
Take a look at the photos of our progress below:
The Stockman’s Hall of Fame, Longreach
One our most exciting buildings of the last couple of years has been the new rodeo cover for the Stockman’s Hall of Fame.
It’s been a great privilege to work on what has been a fantastic project for an excellent organisation. From the foundations through to the finishing touches, we could not be happier with how this project turned out.
The Hall of Fame has had a very clear vision for what they wanted, and this new addition to a Queensland institution has been turned into something unique and excellent.
Below are the photos from laying the first foundations through to completion.
The frame, erected
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Warehouses are used today by creative individuals who love industrial style. Check out these six amazing buildings who have been turned from any old factory or warehouse into something original and interesting.
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This house was originally a furniture factory that was converted into a home with modern Japanese design. The house was completed in 2016.
Holding the history of the Industrial Revolution, London is the perfect place to express Industrial Style. This converted ironworks showcases the original Gothic windows, brickwork, industrial staircase and exposed steel beams.
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This 465 square meter industrial site was turned into a family home by the addition of timber boxes to create private rooms. The bow-string shaped roof has been restored and filled with sky lights.
New York, USA
A building constructed in 1884, used for packing caviar has been refurbished into a stunning residence by the Andrew Franz Architects. The home features exposed timber beams and the original roof joists.