When you think of Victoria’s most iconic buildings, Fed Square, Penguin Parade Visitor Centre at Phillip Island, architectural cladding has been the building material which has had the single biggest impact on visual aesthetics of our surroundings.
Over the last 25 years ARC has been integral to the development of this building material, taking into account feedback from installers and architects to make products which are both visually appealing and easy to install.
ARC’s Victorian General Manager Roger Pintor said in the last 5 years he has seen more and more architectural cladding specified over traditional metal cladding profiles, especially on public buildings. He said ARC spends more time getting details right from the beginning to ensure their costings are the most accurate in the industry.
At the moment ARC services all of the East Coast of Australia, with many of their Victorian projects located in Melbourne’s leafy eastern suburbs.
‘’Design, fabrication and installation is carried out to material suppliers recommendations and codes of practice,’’ Mr Pintor said.
‘’We site survey every project and obtain sign off for the structure from the client, prior to starting any works on site. Quality checks of our own work are carried out during the installation and final sign off on completed areas are documented with the client to ensure a defect free handover.’’
Mr Pintor said the Penguin Parade Visitor Centre on Phillip Island is a one of a kind project that presented several challenges and unknowns. Utilising the strength of our group (including material procurement, design, fabrication, project management and installation), ARC were able to execute our contract works to perfection.
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