Project: Bunurong Memorial Park.
Construction: Hansen Yuncken.
The North Methodist Church had existed on the site for 100 years, but was demolished after receiving severe damage from the Canterbury earthquakes between September 2010 and February 2011, the church complex demolished, has left a cleared site for a sustainable approach.
The growth of a business depends on the caliber of its employees.
With Sto making inroads into the Australian construction industry It is a pleasure to appoint Brent Pointon (left) to the position of Sto Sales Manager in Melbourne and we would also like to welcome Natalie Cullen (right) to the Sto team...
The Jasmax Materials Showcase is an inpractice trade show managed by Eboss to profile material innovation within select themes. Suppliers whose products were approved by the Jasmax design technology team, as technically acceptable and relevant to current projects were invited to participate.
To kick off the first quarter of the year the Sto team
came together for a national team-building event where the theme “back to
basics” involved everyone testing their product knowledge and skills on getting
it on the wall or floor in some instances...
leading Australian Architect, BVN, Sto’s sustainable and innovative products
were perfect for the Bunurong Memorial Park Redevelopment project in Dandenong
South, Victoria. The project constructed by one of Australia's leading
commercial builders, Hansen Yuncken, transforms a traditional cemetery into a contemporary memorial park...
Architect: Brendon Gordon.
Builder: Shaw Builders.
House of the Year: National Supreme Winner.
Project: Wanaka House.
Architect: Richard Shackleton Architects.
Builder: Tony Quirk Builders.
The World Architecture Festival is the world's largest, live, global
architectural awards programme. Sto was pleased to sponsor the Arcaid architectural photography competition, judged as part of the
World Architecture Festival, held in Singapore from 4 - 6 November. The
winner has been crowned World Architectural Photographer of the year
2015 - Read more to see the finalist.
A well deserved finish for Graeme Jacobs Architecture, Paul Reed Homes,
OD Plastering, and all others involved for winning the The Registered
Master Builders House of the Year, SafetyMate Renovations over $500,000
in Canterbury, achieving the Gold Award, Local Category Winner, Local
Supreme Winner and Gold Reserve Awards.
Sto is proud to be supporting runner Kris McLeish in his epic 245km run from Kumara to Christchurch. Kris will be raising the funds to help the Heart Foundation with their fight against heart disease, New Zealands biggest killer. Sto will be providing a support vehicle in the form of a Unimog, an army styled truck. Click for an update.
With a Stolit K 1.5 “brushed” finish for the Bunurong Memorial Park in Melbourne we
are more than impressed. Two thirds of the way through 2500sqm of
StoTherm over masonry, with another 700sqm of StoVentec currently
underway. Thanks to Hansen Yuncken and Practica MMC.