Delighting our Customers !
At Highland Contractions our approach is to make sure our clients and their needs are at the centre of everything we do. Some builders are good at building but not communicating or working closely with their clients but at Highlands we make sure we are communicating from day one to understand your needs and deliver to your expectations.
Communication is key
We believe open and honest communication is key to the success of every project. We are consultative and always available to answer your questions. There’s no swapping and changing project managers – both Dan and Chris know every detail of your project so you don’t have to endlessly explain what’s going on to newcomers.
Systems and processes
We’ve developed a practical planning and project management tools and processes that helps us keep our construction projects on track, on time and within budget. We share these with you so you know what’s going on. No Surprises here.
Can do attitude
If you have certain trades or trusted industry professionals you want on the team, or would like a particular product used in your design, we will work with you to make it happen. Its your project we are just here to help you make it great.
Commercial and interior design and fit out has been our specialty for over 23 years. From corporate offices to warehouses, and contemporary design to heritage-listed buildings, we’ve fitted out everything!
We are hands on
We won’t wine and dine, win the job then send someone else along to do it. Both Dan and Chris are there every step of the way – onsite every day and night making sure the job goes smoothly, according to plan and budget.
Great quality is not an accident; it is the result of planning. using only the best trades and craftspeople , successful management and seamless execution.
We deliver on time and on budget
We don’t play the variation game. Our contract price includes everything you asked for plus allows for some change of mind during the process. We won’t hit you up for massive variations during or at the end of the project. Beware the lowest price does not usually end up being the lowest.