High quality, cost effective, commercial fitouts, refurbishments, tenancy make goods and maintenance.
November 24th, 2011
What’s the history of your company (how did it start)?
In February 2008, Brisbane-based Formula Interiors (est. 1982) and Melbourne firm Eveready Partitions (est. 1957) merged under the Formula Interiors name to form one of Australia’s leading fitout, refurbishment and maintenance companies. In addition to Brisbane and Melbourne, we now also have operations in Adelaide, Canberra, Perth and Sydney.
Where do you distribute?
With six offices Australia-wide, we can cater for projects in any location, including rurally.
What sets your company apart?
We have more than 50 years of experience and an impressive track record, having completed literally thousands of fitouts and refurbishments.
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