Kehoe Myers values continuous improvement. Our team all operate under Continuous Improvement Plans and we stay updated with the latest professional development training. On Friday 21 June, we held a workshop focused on improving our communication and project delivery. We were fortunate to have an external Emergenetics Facilitator assist with the workshop and help us … Continue reading Communication & Project Delivery Workshop
On 27 June, in collaboration with WoodSolutions, Hyne Timber and Planet Ark, we held an informative breakfast seminar. The seminar covered a range of topics, including: The benefits of using timber in construction – cost ease and environmental; and Why wood is good for our health and wellbeing. Our speakers discussed biophilic design and all … Continue reading Timber in Construction Seminar
Our team are proud to be associated with the refurbishment of the historic Toowoomba Railway Goods Shed. We’re all looking forward to this magnificent space being used for events, commercial and community activities. Congratulations Toowoomba Regional Council.
Kehoe Myers is proud to be involved in the development of Kilalah Park Estate. Kilalah Park state is a residential land subdivision off Kratzke Road in Highfields. It is an 8 stage development delivering 202 lots into the bustling Highfields centre. This development is sure to be a success given its close proximity to local schools … Continue reading Kilalah Park Land Development
John Pikramenos and Bjorn Jachmann were excited to attend the opening night of Kinky Boots at the newly refurbished Empire Theatre. Our team managed the engineering of the refurbishment which continues to build on our heritage profile. Congratulations to Empire Theatre for an outstanding show!
Congrats to our latest team member who has completed his Bachelor of Civil Engineering. Mark Hagan has worked hard in his studies and is now a BEng in Civil Engineering. Mark has been working in our civil / infrastructure engineering team for seven years on civil and infrastructure projects.
Composite fibre is a revolutionary new material being used in many of Australia’s leading sectors including aerospace, marine, mining and transport. Kehoe Myers has been fortunate to not only be involved in composite fibre projects, but to also have one of our Directors on the committee for developing the Australian Standards for using the material … Continue reading COMPOSITE FIBRE… What is it and why use it?
Kehoe Myers’ expertise in land subdivisions continues to grow with the recent completion of stage 1 of “The Orchard” in Westbrook. The Orchard is a three stage residential land development. Stage 1 construction was completed in August 2018 and consisted of 27 lots over a 2.28 hectare property.
Did you know… The Australian Government introduced regulations allowing timber framing in mid-rise buildings. Mid-rise Buildings are typically classified as 4 to 8 storeys with a maximum height of 25 metres.
Land subdivisions are often considered a simple entry into the development world. After all there’s no building and construction involved therefore the initial outlay and timeframes should be significantly lower. Land subdivisions are not as simple as they appear and can often be a costly step into the development world.