KYRONN TAKES IT TO THE TOP

Written on the 30 July 2016 by Gold Coast Business News

KYRONN TAKES IT TO THE TOP

KYRONN has become known to anyone who frequents the Gold Coast as the builder of choice when it comes to multi-residential construction.

It is not luck that has seen the majority of recent residential developments within the Southport Priority Development Area being delivered by Kyronn, "It is the knowledge and expertise in all aspects of the development process that affords us the ability to price and deliver to the developer's requirements" says General Manager Nigel Tapper.

"We like to work collaboratively from conception with engineers and architects to ensure a project is planned well for a successful built outcome."

With hundreds of apartments completed and more under construction Kyronn has certainly made a place for itself in the multi-residential construction sector.

The three-storey ALTO Apartments on Isle of Capri (designed by HHH Architects) having won an award was "a nice accolade for Kyronn as it showcases the same attributes that have seen us successful on our other projects only on a smaller scale," says Nigel.

The ALTO Apartments project consisted of a roof top terrace and resident facilities along with striking copper façade elements.

ALTO Apartments is tucked away between two land holdings which enabled Kyronn to demonstrate its experience and abilities in working collaboratively with stakeholders to ensure a harmonious outcome for all concerned.

Nigel added, "Kyronn actually received a letter of thanks from the neighbouring Anglican Church's Senior Minister for our approach to building within a heavily constrained site; so it is great to have our work further recognised by Master Builders.

We are thankful to have a good team here at Kyronn."

Kyronn's focus on its motto of 'building success' is not only in the multi-residential sector as it also undertakes projects in all aspects of retail and commercial such as can be seen at Hilton High Street, where Kyronn delivered a design and construct project for the internal breezeway works.

Kyronn also includes Fiji into its business, where it has enjoyed success in the design and construction of resort, residential and commercial facilities including works for Radisson Blu Resort and Denarau Yacht Club.

Staff, client, consultant and subcontractor relationships are central to all operations at Kyronn, as it's all about getting the project lifecycle right.

With director and founder Gavin Boyle actively involved in every project delivery, coupled with the diverse experience and passion of the rest of the team, Kyronn is able to deliver.

"With current and pipeline projects across retirement living, multi-residential, townhouses, mixed-use, resort and retail, the future both here and in Fiji looks good" concludes Nigel Tapper. 

Kyronn seems set to deliver on its motto of 'Building Success'.


Author: Gold Coast Business News

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