AICLA (Vic) Builder of the Year 2019

Dandenong South

$1.5 million
LMI, Crawfords & Chubb

Fire damaged and requiring partial demolition of foundations, slab, roofing and precast panelling. We refitted the entire office space along with external glazing and frames.

With works complete our clients can now resume utilising the 1620m2 property.


Arch Underwriting at Lloyds

In the heart of Pakenham a substantial fire put the local social mecca at risk. Destroying majority of the upstairs level, the fire tore through the business and left a myriad of restoration works.

Insuraplex restored the entire top level, room by room including bedrooms, kitchens, bathrooms, staircases – whilst ensuring the downstairs operations continued.


$1.6 million

A granary in Smeaton, a rural town located 132km North West of Melbourne suffered an explosion to one of the boilers used to produce steam and process grain. This site had restricted access for dedicated machinery, requiring strategic thinking to allow specialists to access the damaged silo and carryout internal works via crane to abseil trades.

Works were undertaken in various stages by moving grain through adjoining silos to ensure the granary maintained operation during the project.



Comprehensive test facility located in Keilor Park 17km North West of Melbourne's central business district, had sustained flooding to the main testing room affecting the dynamics of the room when put under extreme pressure.

Insuraplex removed the whole internal components of the testing room and rebuilt from the ground up to meet accreditation.


Hollard Commercial

Moorabbin is a suburb located 15km South East of Melbourne's central business district. Most of the eastern side of Moorabbin has been an industrial area since the first development in the mid-1960s and also is well known locally for it's residential area build after World War II.

The factory required structural steel replacement under urgent make safe before progressing to a full interal repairs.

SKM Recycling

$5 million

David Cameron was a crucial element to this project, reinstating four factories that burnt down. The fire reinstatement cost approximately $5 million dollars. The rebuild included all services and structural components, including removal and salvage of $20 million worth of equipment.

This was David’s second rebuild of the facility, after a similar fire whilst working for Johns Lyng Group.

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