Posted October 17, 2018 12:22:00 New Zealand housebuilder, moulding company and construction company Molding The Moulding has been awarded a $25 million contract to build a new home for a woman in Melbourne’s east.
Key points:The company, which specialises in moulding, was selected for the contract by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC)The woman, who wishes to remain anonymous, said she felt confident in the company’s skillsMoulding was chosen because it has the capacity to build large-scale homes for around $300,000Mouldings plans are to be unveiled later this yearMoulds construction will begin next yearMolding a home with the firm will be the first of its kind in Australia.
The company has the capability to build massive homes for $300-500,000, but its most recent projects were for about $300K, which is far less than the average cost of $500K for a house.
Mould-Builder has already worked with builders in New Zealand and has built some of the biggest houses in New South Wales.
In January, the company won the $25m contract to provide moulding services to a Victorian woman who wants to purchase a new $200,000 home.
Her new home will have to be made of carbon fibre, with the building site set to be in a remote area.
“She had been working with moulding companies in Australia and New Zealand, but she felt very confident in their skills and we feel it’s a very strong, good, proven moulding business,” Mould- Builder managing director Peter Fink said.
“They are able to deliver large- scale and high-end quality and quality services for these types of projects.”
We are pleased to be working with them on this contract and look forward to bringing more great new projects to the Australian market.
“The project is part of a $50 million contract awarded by the ACCC to the company in February, which also includes construction work to install and maintain the house.
Mr Fink says the contract is a significant milestone for the company.”
It’s a great opportunity to build on our heritage in this market,” he said.