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  • Founded early in 2017, Domis Property Group has quickly established itself into being one of the biggest development and construction teams in the Manchester area with 4 major projects in excess of 1200 units and a further 2000 in the planning process.
  • There is no doubt that being a small and emerging construction business in Sydney is difficult — but with a positive, resilient attitude and the right processes in place, it is possible to compete with the biggest firms in the industry. One of these growing and developing businesses is Prime Build. Founded by Dean Willemsen and Tim Thompson in 2008, the business specialises in retail, commercial and residential construction.
  • This was an issue that SJ Higgins faced before the company decided to implement Jobpac by Viewpoint into its operations. Using an outdated cost management system combined with spreadsheets, did not give SJ Higgins a consistent approach to managing its projects, nor did it easily give them the visibility and tight controls it required to consistently deliver successful project outcomes that the company is known for.
  • Now a division of Boral’s cement business, De Martin & Gasparini (DMG) began in 1947 with a humble wheelbarrow and has since grown to become one of the largest concrete placement and pumping companies in New South Wales. With expertise in delivering large pours, detailed formwork design, and high strength concrete, the company provides services for commercial and high-rise developments across the industrial, residential and utility sectors, and has played an important role in the establishment of many of Sydney’s most iconic buildings and structures. DMG’s impressive portfolio of completed projects includes high-rise developments, sports stadiums, retail complexes, hospitals, warehouses, educational facilities, infrastructure works, and airports.
  • Planet Plumbing is a broad-based plumbing company that has gained an enviable reputation as a trusted expert and leader in the installation of hydraulic services including the hydraulic design, development, and construction of some of the country’s prestigious projects. Founded in 1995, Planet began as a one-man outfit and now the company hosts many dedicated tradespeople that assist Planet in becoming one of Australia’s most preferred plumbing contractors.
  • Getting everyone on the same page when it comes to project data, orders and other paperwork is a struggle nearly every contractor faces at some point. As a leading civil and pipeline infrastructure contractor, Australia’s Rob Carr Pty Ltd was experiencing this problem and was looking for a way to move beyond spreadsheets and loose paper to a more logical workflow. Explaining the process and the experience so far, IT Manager, Ken Morley took some time to explain why Rob Carr chose Vista™ by Viewpoint.
  • For over 10 years, Digga Excavations has been a leader in civil construction and excavation services across across Tasmania. Digga Excavations has the industry knowledge, expertise and resources to manage projects on every level, from planning, commencement, delivery and completion. Digga Excavations began looking for a new technology solution as its current software, Reckon Accounts and a home-grown database, were unable to keep up with the demands of a growing business. Digga was also looking for a solution that encouraged better team collaboration by sharing data that is helpful to the entire project team.
  • Established in 1940, Wellam Constructions Pty Ltd - a National Prequalified Contractor - services the Greater Geelong region and beyond. Wellam Constructions delivers quality products on time and on budget and its range of services extends beyond outstanding workmanship; they pride themselves on developing excellent working relationships with clients.
  • Lahey Constructions made the move from a hodgepodge of disjointed systems and manual processes to Vista by Viewpoint. Now with live data and no more manual data entry, they are able to make better, faster decisions to manage projects much more efficiently.
  • In 2004 Sir Robert McAlpine signed a design and build contract to build a 60,000 seat stadium. The major challenge was to complete the project for the next Premier League season – a demanding timetable, especially in view of other high profile stadium projects running into considerable difficulties.