Red Eye Constructions and Interiors walks beside their partners to deliver construction and interior fit-out services for health, commercial and education sectors.
The company is a finalist nomination in the 2019 Newcastle Excellence in Building Awards for a $5.2 million expansion project at Brokenwood Wines, Pokolbin, which involved building a new Cellar Door, restaurant and museum.
"Working with Brokenwood really reflects how a great partnership can create an even greater result," Michael said.
"We're really proud of this project and also to have our efforts recognised in this year's awards."
With a $50 million annual turnover, and a highly professional construction team of over 50 individuals with diverse skill sets, Red Eye has delivered major building and fit-out projects across New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria.
The company has appointed Mark Perry as Design Manager to help guide Red Eye's next development phase having now established a stand-alone design and construct interior fit-out division.
Mark has more than 25 years design experience in corporate, workplace, retail and hospitality, and brings a high level of understanding and expertise.
He is joined by Tom Ryan who is responsible for Interiors Delivery and Project Management.
Tom leads the on-time and on-budget delivery of all Red Eye Interiors projects which are underpinned by the company's strict quality control and site safety performance.
The expansion is Red Eye's response to an increase in demand to provide an all-inclusive approach to creating quality building projects.
The company now delivers professional design, refurbishment and fit-out services for interior projects between $250,000 to $2 million.
Based at Berkley Vale on the Central Coast, Red Eye's General Manager Michael Robertson said establishing Interiors as a stand-alone division provides the necessary focus for growth.
"With our proven construction and buildability pedigree, Red Eye Interiors perfectly positions our point of difference by offering specific design expertise attached to every project we undertake," Michael said.
"This is further supported by having joinery and electrical trade services in-house, giving us far greater control over costs and programming when compared to using external sub-contractors.
"We're able to keep our promises on cost control and project delivery whether it's for big construction jobs or separate design and construct fit-outs - or both together."