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Latrobe Youth Space

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To address the changing business and community landscape of the Latrobe Valley, this project involved the re-purposing of a car dealership showroom into a youth space. With very limited state government funding, this project was begun on a very tight budget, yet required durable finishes with broad appeal.

The building interior was stripped and painted a deep grey providing a canvas for very bold colours and feature partitions. The joinery package involved complicated curved geometry requiring and involved the standout feature of this job which was the kitchenette splash-back.

Under a firm timeline, Kubale Constructions staff turned this building over to the Department of Health and Human Services within budget.

Construction Techniques Employed
  • Custom splash-back materials
  • Full joinery package with curved geometry
  • Bold colours and extra-durable finishes
  • Tight timeline and budget controls

"On behalf of the President and Members of the Lions Club of Warragul, I would like to thank you for your assistance and professional support during the construction of our new facilities. Your expertise and advice was most valuable."

Jeff Tolley
Secretary, Lions Club
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"I am writing to provide positive feedback for the workmanship and the professional work you and your team are doing on site. Specifically, you’ve done an excellent job in Morwell and the engineers have no comments or concerns for the slab works."

Name withheld – project in progress
Superintendent Representative
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"Thank you for your excellent problem solving skills and advocacy for us during the build. Thank you especially for your negotiations with the authorities and engineer on our behalf. What would usually takes weeks or month, you achieved in days or hours."

Daniel
Private Developer
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"We keep choosing Kubale for our projects because they take ownership of challenges as they arise. We're growing with them, and their culture of honesty is rare, and a relief in this game."

Rajeev
Industrial Maintenance Client
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, Dept. of Human Services