Geelong electrical contractors Buckby Electrical have worked alongside award-winning architects and builders to create some of the region’s most recognisable buildings. Our Projects page features examples of the cutting-edge houses and other buildings our electricians have worked on to create beautiful lighting effects and revolutionary automation .
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With a swag of awards under its belt including Architecture/Residential Construction Winner 2001 Design Awards, Intergrain Timber Awards Best Residential Interior 2001 and Master Builder Awards Best Custom Home over $700,000 for the South West Region, this residential project is truly something that Buckby Electrical is very proud of.
Designed by multi-award winning John Wardle Architects to create an optical instrument and built with impeccable attention to detail through Lyons Constructions, the dwelling itself comprises of four bedrooms, four bathrooms, two living spaces, lift, study, gym, spacious open plan kitchen and dining and an external spa area. Rigorous attention to detail was required by the Buckby Electrical crew to ensure exacting standards were meet including testing and re-testing of automated systems controlling lighting, security and blinds.
Johnstone Street, Point Lonsdale
Glaneuse Road, Point Lonsdale
Bannockburn Library and Cultural Centre
Golden Plans Shire Council invested over $1.19 million dollars in the Bannockburn Library and Cultural Centres, and Buckby Electrical was thrilled to be involved in delivering this important piece of community infrastructure.
Initially a community hall, the $2.4M refurbishment plays host to a versatile, flexible public space, a newspaper reading room, a kids area and various meeting rooms.
The library is also home to a collection of more than 10,000 books, audio books, newspapers, DVDs and magazines.
Proving that public spaces lighting don’t have to be boring – view the beautiful pendant display in the foyer and the zigzag fluorescent in the community hub.