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Progress on the Sir John Monash Centre

Posted by on 21, Apr 2017 in News | 0 comments

The Department of Veterans’ Affairs website has posted an update on the work at the Sir John Monash Centre, currently underway at the Australian National Memorial at Villers-Bretonneux, France. It includes some great photos of the concrete pour for the massive roof structure. The pour was  continuous and took more than 24 hours....

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Steps in the right direction

Steps in the right direction

Posted by on 7, Apr 2017 in News | 0 comments

Sometimes the small jobs can be the trickiest. HAA have recently completed making the street entrance to the hall at Christ Church St Laurence easier and safer. This complicated project required creating a landing, new treads with safe markers, handrails and new gates for security, and two intercoms – one for day, one for night. If that wasn’t enough, the...

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Time to see the Black Line House

Time to see the Black Line House

Posted by on 17, Mar 2017 in News | 0 comments

Tomorrow Hector and Yuan Lu are presenting our Black Line House to the jury for the alterations and additions section of the AIA (NSW) Awards. It’s a house which manages to accommodate a family of four, regularly visiting grandparents and a black labrador into just 108 sq metres. If you are interested in seeing a project that doesn’t quite fit...

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Slating them in the aisles

Slating them in the aisles

Posted by on 10, Mar 2017 in News | 0 comments

HAA love showing off the skills of the fabulous tradespeople who do the work on our projects. Here is some beautiful slating and roofing work currently being done at Holy Trinity Millers Point (also known as The Garrison Church) by one of our favourite Glaswegians, Robert McLellan from Classic Roofing. After 150 years, it was time to replace the 1870’s...

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Progressing the labyrinth

Progressing the labyrinth

Posted by on 3, Mar 2017 in News | 0 comments

After delays caused by rain, flooding and then extremely hot weather, the concrete forming the base of the Tumut Labyrinth was poured this week. A beautiful job has been done, calling on the talents and input of Rocky Padjen and the team from Dan & Dan Landscaping, Clayton Deudney Concreting and engineers Peter Kennard Consulting. Next step is the...

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