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Perth Dev. Build Time

Discussion in 'Development' started by LifesGood, 25th Apr, 2016.

  1. LifesGood

    LifesGood Home Building & Development Consultant Business Member

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  2. Aaron Sice

    Aaron Sice Well-Known Member

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    What sort of size?

    Builders vary wildly too. @sanj can help you with that one....

    Im finding up to 3x, anything from 7 months to 12m, up to 8x about 12-15m, above that I've seen 50x take 26m so comm scaling and timeframes are clearly different to resi (and you'd hope so too).

    I imagine ExpressTwoStorey would do pretty well in this space for single builds.
     
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  3. Stannis

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    I spoke to a builder last week who was saying triplex's (SS) should be going up in about 8 months. I asked him if he would do a commercial contract (liquidated damages etc.) and they weren't too keen on getting locked in on a date. Builders word = ???. I was told to hit up a AS4000.

    Good luck.

    Stannis
     
  4. LifesGood

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    hematite Well-Known Member

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    I've been told about 8mths for single storey by a builder. Things are a little quiet right now.
     
  7. HD_ACE

    HD_ACE Game-Changer Premium Member

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    My single story brick build last year was 9 months from slab down to hand over. this included Christmas period and a shortage in bricklayers which caused delays.