The Corinthian Court Stage 3 build is well underway with walls and roof trusses going up regardless of the inclement weather which has slowed progress somewhat. Behind every new retirement village project we undertake there is a vast amount of behind the scenes work to get to the point of pouring the first slab and laying the first bricks. Months and in some cases years of planning goes into each build with concept designs, architectual drawings, building approvals and tenders as well as environmental and market considerations all needing to be taken into account. On any site that already has existing residents consultation is undertaken to ensure a streamlined process and to help minimise disruptions where possible.
Once the actual building works commence the pace really seems to pickup with the Corinthian Court Stage 3 Build villas already starting to take on their true shape. Visible are the characteristic sloping rooves designed to make best use of natural light and passive solar heating. An inside shot of the villas shows just how effective these windows will be at lighting the space and making them feel warm and open.
No modern build is complete without quality cabinetry and nowhere is this quality more noticeable than in the kitchen and bathroom of a home. MCWA staff stopped in to take a look at the cabinetry being test assembled in the factory and it is evident from the photos that the end result is going to be quite striking.