Infrastructure painting requires specialist expertise and years of experience to ensure that works are delivered safely and to specification. We meet the exacting standards required by State and Federal Government projects following the below standards:

  • Quality Management System registered to ISO 9001
  • Environmental Management System registered to ISO 14001
  • Occupational Health & Safety Management System to OHSAS 18001

Our company’s robust procedures and experience in high risk environments provides safe work systems and are internally audited to the exacting standards required to execute this type of works.


The maintenance and decorating of historic properties is an essential element of their long term conservation. We can source and apply specialist products or discuss the use of modern materials to preserve the buildings. Many current paints have low VOC (volatile organic compounds) content which offer lasting protection and have a minimal impact on the environment.

We work with our supply chain to ensure that the products specified are compliant with the substrates being painted, and strive to match the colours used in the original historic palette of the building. Care and attention is taken throughout the process to ensure that the overall finish is as natural as possible and in keeping with the unique ambience of the property.

This attention to detail and consideration for the client and the building being redecorated is evidenced by the many historical projects we have successfully completed. Over the years we have completed such important projects as:

  • Brisbane City Hall Restoration
  • QUT Old Government House Restoration
  • Tower Mill Redevelopment Spring Hill

Our most recent restoration project ‘The Brisbane City Hall’ was rededicated on 6 April 2013. This followed a comprehensive restoration program to conserve its significant spaces and fabric, to rectify it structurally and to re-equip it for its role as the focus for Brisbane’s civic, cultural and social events.

The revitalisation of the most significant heritage building in Queensland involved:

  • conservation and adaptation works
  • refurbishment of existing and new interior spaces
  • new building services
  • and the design of new components including new galleries for the Museum of Brisbane at roof level and new catering kitchen within an excavated basement.

Contemporary technologies and materials were introduced to rectify and improve functional amenity. A simpler interior colour scheme was overlaid using a restricted palette of cool colours to enhance the original fabric of the building including marble, mosaic tile-work, silky oak joinery, bronzed coffered ceilings, decorative glazing and plasterwork.

The result showcases both the building’s original architectural qualities and its new contemporary amenity thanks to the design team’s creative vision and perseverance.