Basketball Stadium

For over 80 years the game of basketball has been the spirit of Bendigo.  The new stadium has grown to an astounding 4000 spectator capacity. We worked on creating a shade screen that is functional, safe and good looking. Using a perforated screen with small holes made the screen strong and impossible to climb. The result is this beautiful iconic building with its ageless façade design that will be loved by all for years to come. 

Bendigo Train Station

The Bendigo railway station is the terminus of the Bendigo line and opened on 21 October 1862. The station was rebuilt after being destroyed by fire on 23 December 1965.  In recent time an uplift to the façade is been done to rejuvenate the historical station and buildings.  A standout of our work is where our Façade team made (inhouse) elevators shafts external grates cladding, a remarkable feat of precision. Other installations include black powder aluminium blades and interlocking cladding across the walk way and the panelling along the ramps on both sides. The work done here will stand the test of time, as the marksmanship by the Wild Façade team was remarkable.

Barkley Street

A modern home in an area of heritage housing was always going to be a balance act between pushing façade chic and pulling it back to fitting into its surroundings. The use of black colorbond could also result in oil-canning, a rippling effect you don’t want. The use of interlocking panels reduces the rippling effect and its design creates a modern yet elegant façade style.  Combining all of the other cladding and fixtures, The Barkley Street home went onto winning 5 wards including ‘House of the Year’ over 1.5 million.