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Projects should not only be visually appealing, but should also be constructed from durable materials that are built to last.

For John Curtin College of the Art’s new Year 7 classroom, AWA Projects – the project-management division of Anodisers WA- provided folding, post-cutting machining, fabrication and surface finishing to the exterior feature cladding. Its experienced team worked with the architects, builders and sub-contractors to provide a niche project solution with instant ‘wow’ factor.

The result is a stunning facade that commands attention up close, and at a distance. From the beginning through to the end, AWA Projects completed all tasks on time and to the highest quality- a point of pride in all its projects.

It is this attentive approach that has led to the company’s success in the industry, and its place as a leader in tailor-made, and cost-effective surfacing finishes with a difference.

PROJECT PROFILE

John Curtin College of the Arts- Year 7 Classroom

ARTIST | Phil and Dawn Gamblen
ARCHITECT | JCY Architects
BUILDER | EMCO Building
BRIEF | AWA Projects (a project management division of Anodisers WA) provided folding, post-cutting machining, fabrication and surface finishing.
LOCATION | Fremantle

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