For more than 40 years O'Mara has been building commercial and industrial developments.
Commercial projects are basically shops.
Industrial projects are factories or buildings primary concerned with industry.
Our company has completed various industrial projects over the years. We have built factory units, fire stations, school projects, just to name a few. Projects include the use of tilt-up concrete panels, concrete blocks, brickwork and alike.
You do not require a builders' license to build industrial units and clients are not protected by the home owners' warranty insurance scheme. Therefore industrial construction is well known for its lack of quality control and use of low quality tradesmen. Clients would be advised to use a reputable licensed builder with a good domestic experience in lieu of an unlicensed builder.
The main elements of construction for factory units are concrete and steel. The design of the factory units, especially the engineering design can greatly affect the final construction cost. It is our opinion that a builder should be consulted early in the design stage to ensure the most economical design is completed.
We are currently renovating a extensive 3000m2 factory in the Blue Mountains