Client: Damon Harper
Type: Residential New Build
Value: $1.6 Million
Ironmark’s Construction Manager Damon Harper has been working in the construction industry for the majority of his working life. Damon holds a current Builder’s licence and has extensive experience in new commercial, residential construction, and renovations. One of Damon’s latest Project is a breathtaking 6-bedroom house featuring an outdoor cabana for family and friends to enjoy.
Damon has an experienced team of carpenters and trades that work closely with him to deliver a high standard of workmanship. They all have extensive experience in all aspects of renovating and new construction. From two-storeys and duplexes to single-storeys and granny flats, our designs accommodate all block sizes and requirements.
At Ironmark we understand that every individual is different, which is why each of our projects we build are unique to you. We provide opportunities for customisation along each step of the journey, ensuring that the project we build for you is achieved beyond expectations.
As a building company based in the heart of Sydney, we can offer a more personalised approach to all your building needs. All our projects are closely supervised, and we enjoy working together with our clients to help deliver your projects on time and within budget.
Changing Places Amenities
Client: Sydney City Council, 2018
Type: Commercial Refurbishment
Ironmark was engaged to complete the first approved Changing Places Amenities for the City of Sydney Council. We’re passionate about projects that help people improve their quality of life which is why we embraced this opportunity.
Changing Places advocates for public toilets to be equipped with full-sized baby change tables and hoists in major public spaces across Australia to meet the needs of people with severe and profound disabilities. These amenities come in three designs which incorporate the right circulation space and best practice principles to offer the most convenience and comfort. For the facilities to be deemed as a Changing Places facility, the bathrooms had to be accredited and certified using specific designs or alternative layouts which offered a similar circulation space.
Through our building and construction expertise, we were able to complete the project and ensure all deliverables were compliant, to provide approved amenities for everyone to use.
Erskineville Oval & Alexandria Park
Public Amenities Upgrade
Client: Sydney City Council, 2017
Type: Public Amenities Upgrade
Ironmark was engaged to complete two concurrent projects for the City of Sydney Council that would provide local communities with upgraded facilities across two popular parklands and sporting grounds.
The project included the removal of Aluminium Composite Material (ACM) throughout both facilities and non-destructive excavation works around protected trees. The construction of new Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) compliant ramps and rails leading to the brand-new amenities was also part of this project, allowing disabled access.
Punch Park Amenities, Balmain
Client: Inner West Council
Ironmark was engaged for the Punch Park Amenities in Balmain for the Inner West Council NSW. This architect-designed amenity block aimed to reflect the Australian federation style of the area with weatherboard exterior, and the use of colour and materials which paid respect to Balmain’s history while also blending into the surrounding environment.
The project included a unisex accessible cubicle and baby changing facility and featured environmentally sustainable aspects including natural lighting and ventilation, water harvesting and water energy saving fixtures. The unique design addressed common issues of lack of natural light in public amenities by incorporating a south-facing light cannon to capture natural morning light, drawing into the space, illuminating off pastel pink tiles.
Royal North Shore Hospital
Mental Health Amenities Upgrade
Client: Department of Health
Type: Hospital Amenities Upgrade
This project involved the upgrade of two levels of bathroom and change room facilities throughout the hospital. The live and critical environment of the project presented many challenges, and required the project to be carefully planned. The project was staged over 12 weeks to allow ongoing operation of the hospital.
The fitout of mental health facilities have special requirements with the use of anti-ligature fitting and fixtures for self-harm prevention.