About Us & FAQ’s

Who We Are

Gordon Evans – Director

Gordon’s passion for Project Management and building houses began when he bought and subdivided his own land 20 years ago in Shailer Park. He designed and built on a difficult 10m sloping block. Gordon discovered an important fact through this process; that every mistake can be costly! (especially when it is your own money) The house still stands and had no cracks in it to this day, and Gordon has been passionately helping others build their dream homes ever since.

Gordon’s professional services include all aspects of construction. From new homes to granny flats ( secondary dwellings ), subdivision of land, town planning and due diligence of pre project assessments, where required. All of these skills Gordon has learnt first-hand, having overcome challenges with past endeavours. Gordon prides himself on delivering peace of mind, attention to detail and delivers great satisfaction to his clients.

Barry Hiland – Building Supervisor

Barry has been a builder for the past 35 years and has from the first instance been a particular person about all his work stemming from his apprenticeship as a cabinet maker, having always to be precise in every way.

Barry is a very traditional type builder who knows all the facets of building a house, from concreting to carpentry. Barry is an old school Aussie, honest and polite. He takes as much care with his clients as he does with his jobs and treats them with the respect they deserve, this is why he has never had to advertise over the years because of his good reputation and repeat business from existing happy clients who recommend him and his work.

He has built houses from the Gold Coast to the Sunshine Coast and west beyond Ipswich. Barry has an open licence, which means he is qualified to build multi story buildings, architecturally designed houses, town house developments, granny flats and
renovations. Barry is a registered member of the BSA organisation and they guarantee quality of work. All of our contractors carry out the work in a timely and professional manner on time and budget.


A modern steel frame house is normally made of a steel frame and an outer supporting wall of brick. A modern timber frame house replaces the steel frame with a timber frame strong enough to carry all the loads of the house. The plasterboard usually covers this internally and a brick, stone or timber ‘siding’ external finish.

Yes! A new timber frame home will last as well as (if not better than) any other type of new home. Softwood timber frame houses have been built in the UK since the 19th Century and are still going strong. Your timber frame home will still be there for your great grandchildren to enjoy – and beyond.

No. Typically, timber frame houses are clad in brick and look like any other house. But a range of materials is suitable, e.g. stone, block and render, or timber boarding.

Yes. Modern timber frame systems enjoy better acoustic insulation qualities than masonry and fully conform to- or exceed- the latest Building Regulations. So, while you’ll stay on speaking terms with your neighbours, it won’t be through the wall!


Ben LewisSenior Town Plan
Deb BandaCivil Engineer
Erik AndriansyahSenior Civil Engineer
Paul WilsonDraftsman
William WilsonBuiliding & Design Consultant