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Foundation of the Company with Directors Kris Krawczyk and John Ayres.

1985 - 1995

Undertake conservation projects to the private sector and government both local and state as a stonemasonry and decorative plaster subcontracting company.


John Ayres retires and Jake Krawczyk becomes a director.


James Ginter becomes a director.

Awarded the Head Contract for the façade restoration of Customs House for the City of Sydney.


Awarded the Head Contract for the façade restoration of the Perpetual Trustees Building.

Dismantle the Former YMCA building’s solid stone Façade during the demolition of the base building located on Bathurst Street intended for reconstruction in Sydney.


Metalworks Division established to manufacture bespoke masonry cramps, fixings and lifting equipment.

Awarded a Subcontract with Grocon for the façade restoration of the GPO Building in Martin Place Sydney representing the largest contract to date at $2,140,000.


Awarded the Head Contract for the façade restoration of the Sydney University Quadrangle Clock Tower.


Joinery Division established for manufacture of exact replications of historic joinery windows, doors and wall or ceiling panelling.


Awarded a Subcontract for the façade restoration of Circular Quay Railway Station.


Supply and install precast concrete bay window moulded sills, architraves, mullions, transoms and lintels for St. Andrews college at Sydney University replicating the original turn of the century stone detailing assemblies.


Consulting Division established for inspection and scoping of the Former AMP Building in New Zealand and were subsequently engaged as Head Contractor under a GMP contract to undertake critical remediation of the stone and terracotta faience façade. This became the first in a long series of ‘Design to Delivery’ projects.


Metal abrasive blasting & Paint Coatings services was added to the Metalworks Division.

Awarded a $16.5 million dollar subcontract for the restoration of the façade and clock tower of Shell House.


Traditional Hoardings division was created providing services in the design, manufacture, supply/install/dismantle and hire of bespoke structural steel Class B Hoardings, Modular Class B Hoardings as well as Class A free standing hoardings.


Traditional Consulting awarded the head contract for the investigation and scoping of the Archibald Fountain located in Hyde Park.

TRC Apprenticeship Training Programme – Stone is established with a dedicated Stonemason with over 35 years of experience providing 1:1 to 1:4 personalised and focused training to ensure that the graduates are highly competent in all aspects of this time honoured craft. A particular set of skills that is doomed to be lost to all for all time if care and time is not taken now to teach the next generation.