Australian Catholic University

January 2017

 

Completed in partnership with Ballarat Commericial builder, H Troon.

Every single brick was laid to a numbered chart. The Australian Catholic University crest was made with individually hand cut bricks protruding from the face brickwork.

There was very minimal groundwork with 90% of the brickwork laid on steel lintels which added to the complexity.

This project has since been nominated for various industry awards.

More pics can be found here; http://www.thinkbrick.com.au/

 

Instead of signage being imposed on the building, using brick created the opportunity to integrate the university’s crest into the facade. Ray and his team executed our designs to perfection.

William Thiessen

Architect, Woods Bagot.

Ballarat Clarendon College

August 2016

 

This project, managed by Q Constructions, included extensive use of brick shapes to tie in with the existing heritage overlay of the precinct.

There was an existing front boundary fence which the new fence had to blend in with. The Newmac team carefully followed the Architects structural designs and plans using the Pressed Red solids.

Attention to detail on this project was imperative due to the intricate nature of using brick shapes.

Ashley Taylor

Senior Leading Hand, Newmac Bricklaying

BUPA Aged Care

February 2016

The BUPA Aged Care facility was designed and constructed by Croft Developments. The “state of the art” facility comprised a total of 144 beds arranged over a single level construction.

Approximately 160,000 bricks were laid, with constant communication between Croft & Newmac to ensure all deadlines were met. The result outstanding.

Meeting the timeframe's provided by Croft Developments were critical. We achieved these targets whilst maintaining Newmac's stringent quality control over 160,000 bricks.

Ray McCormack

Director, Newmac Bricklaying

Kerang Hospital

September 2015

Completed over a 10 week period for Nicholson Constructions using a combination of glazed brickwork and standard face bricks.

The architects pattern included recessed brickwork.

Newmacs Senior Foreman lead the project achieving all timeline schedules to the standards expected by Newmac.

This project was completed in the middle of the Hot Summer period during extreme weather. All expectations set by the client & architects were met by our team to the highest quality.

Alan

Senior Foreman, Newmac Bricklaying