Annually we build the homes of more than 4,000 families across Australia. From luxury townhouses to unique individual dwelling and high rise apartments, Hutchies loves to build havens for people to come home to. According to HIA-Cordell, we’re Australia’s largest high rise residential builder — testament to our tenacity in completing towers on time and within budget.
Various Locations, QLD & NSW
Hutchies developed a range of prototypes for these stunning, architecturally designed homes in partnership with Happy Hause.
We worked with leading architects Owen & Vokes and Donovan Hill to design these unique, subtropical inspired homes for locations throughout Queensland and Northern New South Wales.
The houses took advantage of single module layouts by creating open, single depth cross ventilated rooms, perfect for Northern Australia's warm climate.
State Wide, QLD
Queensland Project Services engaged Hutchies to design and construct more than 100 modular 'transportable housing' solutions worth around $30 million. The homes would cater to the undersupply of regional housing for travelling Queensland Health workers in more than 18 towns across the state.
Under an extremely tight timeframe, Hutchies designed the modules to easily fit on single road trains to ensure maximum time efficiency for transport and minimal cost to Project Services on logistics. In less than 24 months, all 100 homes were designed, built, transported and installed in their regional locations.
Queensland Health Staff Accommodation
Saibai Island, QLD
Located in the Torres Strait Islands archipelago, off the coast of Papua New Guinea, this remote project demanded an innovative approach to become a reality for the Queensland Government.
Hutchies proposed a modular design and construction solution that could be fabricated to a high standard in Australia and transported to Saibai Island. We used robust materials and finishes to withstand the elements of the island and minimise ongoing maintenance requirements for Queensland Health.
We partnered with HY to undertake the civil works on site, while we built and planned the enormous transport logistics requirements. We moved the modules by road from our Yatala Yard to very top of the Cape in North Queensland before they were barged over to Saibai Island. The massive unloading and install on site took four days.