Formula Interiors has over half a century of experience in commercial interior fit-outs and refurbishments.
February 1st, 2012
As Australia’s longest standing specialist commercial interior fit-out and refurbishment contractor, Formula Interiors is well versed in high quality, cost effective commercial projects.
Following a merger between the Brisbane-based Formula Interiors and Melbourne’s Eveready Partitions in 2008, Formula Interiors now encompasses 6 offices Australia-wide and works across all cities and even regional areas.
The Formula Interiors portfolio spans the health, education, commercial and hospitality sectors. Recent projects include the interior fit-out of Allianz in Melbourne, a 6250sqm space completed in just 12 weeks. 2011 also saw Formula Interiors complete interior fit-outs for Bravura Solutions in Sydney and the 5 star Green Star-rated tenancy fit-out for Jetset Travelworld Group Brisbane.
“Formula Interiors has worked closely with some of Australia’s best architects and interior designers and we pride ourselves in making sure quality designs become outstanding finished products,” says Gary McDonnell, CEO of Formula Interiors.
An integrated management system and unrivalled knowledge and experience make Formula Interiors a vital addition to any commercial project.
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