With a passion for design, detail and innovation, Element Five is a leading construction management team that specialises in multi-residential and commercial building projects.
We have worked on project across Melbourne, and are passionate about shaping the property styles across the city to keep in line with the urban and suburban image of the diverse suburbs throughout the metropolitan region.
Element Five’s reputation has come from being consistent in delivering on quality designs, value. ...
An architectural practice for design savvy professionals, couples & families that are looking for a point of difference. A residential project that is tailored to their lifestyle, style and everyday needs.
We don't push a design style onto our projects or clients, we tailor it to the individual.
Leading Melbourne based residential design practice headed by award winning designer George Dakis
Over 30 years experience in custom designed homes, town planning and project construction.
Bach of Architecture 1986
Bach of Architectural Studies 1983
Affiliate Member Australian Institute of Architects
Registered building practitioner.
Custom Designed Homes
Renovations & Extensions
Town Planning Developments
George fine tuned his creative design & ...
What is a Building Inspection?
A building inspection is an examination by qualified professionals which identifies faults and hazards in a property. These can include anything from maintenance and safety issues to serious structural faults or damage. Often the problems identified are not immediately visible or apparent to the untrained eye. Special equipment may be used to gather more information. After the inspection, a report is provided which details the issues. This allows home owners and potential buyers to make informed decisions.
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