Fardoulys Constructions

Education

Projects

Schools & Education
campus’

Recent Projects

St Joachim’s, Holland Park Mt Maria College, Grovely St Joseph’s College, Nudgee Arathusa College, Spring Hill All Hallow’s School, Brisbane Moreton Bay College, Wynnum

About Us

Founded in 1976 by Peter Fardoulys, Fardoulys Constructions is an independent, family owned, building and construction company. Since opening our doors, Fardoulys Constructions has been involved in many of Queensland’s significantconstruction and development projects.

 

We attribute our success to our professionalism, performance, commitment to quality and service which is respected throughout the industry. We have a wealth of experience across a broad range of skills and occupations providing the ability to deliver the highest quality projects to exceed expectations.

Mt Maria College

This education construction project unites the two colleges (primary and secondary) on the same campus building a sense of community and uniting the groups of buildings respectfully considering the heritage of buildings. The college community is excited by the completion of the building, which features geothermal heating and cooling system, utilising ground temperature to either reject heat in summer or collect heat in winter.

The project features nine new learning spaces for the middle school, including large group presentation spaces and a performing arts area.

Nudgee College

The Hanly Learning Centre is located prominently at the centre of the college a move that raises the profile of academia in a sports-driven secondary boys’ school. The project was completed in two stages including a three storey learning centre and Edmund Rice Mall.

All Hallows

Refurbishment of the ground level of the All-Hallows library was completed within a live environment. Intricate architectural bulkheads and joinery meant special consideration was required in selection of contracting to ensure the highest quality workmanship was achieved.

Arathusa College

Construction of a new College Building including Administration, Performing Arts, Classrooms and associated facilities.

The site was extremely challenging working within spring hill on a site with rocky foundation and steep inclines.