A look back at the year that has been 2014 for GC Projects

In this weeks blog we are going to take a look back at 2014 and a gallery of images of some of the projects we have completed. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all our new and continued clients for supporting us during 2014. 2015 brings an exciting future for the company with the expansion to a new factory in addition to our current location in Southport.


Transformation of a Gold Coast building

This week we take a look at a bit of a Gold Coast icon in the automotive industry, the old F1 wheel and tyre building on Brisbane Road, Labrador. Recently taken over by the Lysaght Group and transformed into another outlet for steel and building supplies. Lysaght has been manufacturing in Australia for over 90 years and are a business of BlueScope who manufacturers over 60 per cent of Australia’s steel. Employing over 21,000 people in 17 countries and over 100 manufacturing facilities, when it came time to transform the Brisbane Road location, Lysaght wanted a trusted and professional company to handle the project management and this is where GC Projects stepped in and carried the transformation to a successful result. Check out the before and after pictures.

Building value to your home – a timber deck enhancement 1 of 2

This week we are featuring a full turn key package for a client based at Nerang, Queensland. This job is adding a timber deck complete with concrete foundation, certification and design, the backyard of this property has been transformed from what was a rarely used grassed area of the property turning it into the ultimate entertaining location. GC Projects carried out a every step of the job from design and certification through to construction and final completion certificate. As I write this story we are putting the final touches on the job and we will have completed photos to show you in next weeks blog.

From old to new, a timber deck transformation

GC Projects were awarded the job on building a new timber deck at this old Queenslander home, the job required excavation and demolition of the existing concrete patio which required over 2 trucks of material dumping. Once the old was out the new began, this timber deck constructed using Kwilla timber and screwed off with 316 stainless steel screws for longevity, the deck measures over 40m2 and adds a new perspective to this old Queenslander home.