Kicking off the New Year

Progress Update: Thirteen Happy New Year from Windaroo Veterinary Surgery and the hobbs building team. We've all had a refreshing Christmas break spent with family and friends and are now back into the thick of our building project.

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Progress Update: Thirteen

Happy New Year from Windaroo Veterinary Surgery and the hobbs building team. We’ve all had a refreshing Christmas break spent with family and friends and are now back into the thick of our building project.

With many trades working right up until Christmas Eve (thanks to Luke and Nikki for a last minute site clean up) we’re havng a few minor delays with suppliers and trades not yet being back online until next week. Neverless, the team was prepared for these possible delays and have kept the carpentry side of works moving nicely with two new additions to the hobbs team (welcome Braiden and Josh) to complete the paper wrap, window install and soon to move onto cladding and soffits.

We’re currently in the thick of ordering our exterior panneling with a new innovative product called Pronto Panel which is very exciting as our build may act as a demo project for the supplier! We’re also finalising our pool and exterior fencing, exterior doors, kitchen whitegoods and our centrepiece – an camphor laurel reception bench – to be designed by family friend and woodworking mastermind Brain Potts.

Things are still looking on track for a March/April 2016 opening date. We can’t wait to show you and your fury (or scaley) friend around our new hospital!

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