We believe our work exudes quality and so do our peers, acknowledging our efforts with nine Queensland National trust awards and a coveted Churchill Fellowship.

In 2010, we were awarded a Churchill Fellowship to study brickwork with Dr Gerard Lynch - the Red Mason - one of the world's most accomplished and respected masons.

We've been recognised among conservation groups since 2003 for our work, earning a Think Brick award in 2010 for our contribution to the AM60 building, Brisbane, and have received multiple awards from the Queensland National Trust (including the prestigious John Herbert Memorial Award in 2014 for works at Heart Hanworth House) for our restoration work on:

  • Garth House Remnant Fence, Spring Hill (2018)
  • Cable Hut conservation works, Southport (2017)
  • Queensland Rail, Roma Street – Station Heritage Building, Stage 1 Stabilisation, Brisbane (2015)
  • Fort Lytton Magazine – Conservation Project, Fort Lytton (2015)
  • Power House – Chimney Stabilisation, Wacol (2015)
  • South Brisbane Railway Station – Rolf Works and Façade Conservation, South Brisbane (2014)
  • St Agatha’s Catholic Church – Front Façade Restoration, Clayfield (2014)
  • Heart Hanworth House Restoration, Brisbane (2014)
  • Railway Station, South Brisbane (2012)
  • Porphyry Wall, Webster's Bakery, Dutton Park (2012)
  • 104 Herries St, Toowoomba (2012)
  • Tunnel 3, Main Range Railway, Toowoomba (2011)
  • R.S. Exton facade, 333 Ann St, Brisbane (2008)
  • Chief Warders Laundry (2005) and The Stores building (2006), St Helena Island
  • Dunwich Convict Causeway, Stradbroke Island (2004)
  • The Workshops, Rail Museum, Ipswich (2003)

In 2002 we were nominated for our restoration of The Mansions, Brisbane, and again in 2007 for the Old Queensland Museum, Bowen Hills.

Completed projects
  • Dunwich Convict Causeway - Stradbroke Island
  • Queensland Rail Workshops - North Ipswich
  • QUT G&H Blocks - Gardens Point Campus, Brisbane and many more...

  • Completed projects gallery click here
5 generations of experience

With the trade for bricklaying dating back at least 5 generations in our family, it's no wonder we take pride in our business.