Preserving Heritage at the Land’s Building

Elodie Tran

Marketing & Communications

We are excited to have secured the Land’s Building project with Built. This project is a testament to our commitment to preserving history while infusing modernity into every facet of architecture and provides us with the opportunity to showcase our expertise in architectural metalwork, balustrades, and stairs.

Honoring Tradition, Embracing Innovation

Our scope of works includes a range of features that will not only elevate aesthetics but also enhance the functionality of the building. Among the highlights are the glazed balustrades, timber handrails, and steel balustrades. What sets this project apart is the stunning "Blackened" concept finishing – a unique touch that will adorn all steel elements within the building.

A Comprehensive Transformation

Our expertise extends to the finest details, including metal thresholds, soffits, wall rails, corner guards, and bollards. Our work will also involve the meticulous restoration and reinforcement of existing heritage elements, such as the balustrades and gantries, ensuring that the building's history remains intact.

Craftsmanship Meets Functionality

Architectural louvres, skirting, and strengthening of existing structural steel are seamlessly integrated into our scope of work. By fusing masterful craftsmanship with functional design, we aim to create a harmonious space that invites the old and the new to coexist.

A Legacy Preserved

By combining our passion for architectural metalwork with an unwavering commitment to preserving heritage, we're excited to play a pivotal role in the renovation of this iconic space. Stay tuned as we embark on this remarkable journey of renovation and innovation!

Artist Impression

Always has been, always will be

We acknowledge the Darug people as the Traditional Owners of the lands on which we work.
We respect and recognise their spiritual connection and knowledge of these lands, waters and communities.
We pay respects to their cultures and Elders past, present and emerging.

Our path to reconciliation
Leanne Mulgo Watson, 2020
Darug-Nura Bugrabunya - Darug Country Broken to Pieces