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Reitsma has commenced the demolition and ground works for Pennant Hills Golf Club, Beecroft. The structural works are coming together to make way for the new members entry, amenities block and golf shop in the coming weeks. The project is due to complete early next year. 

Finishing touches to the latest stage at Nepean Christian School, Mulgoa. The site team are in the process of finalising the building and cleaning/handing over the two building stage. Our client is excited to have had several opportunities to view their latest classrooms to assist with their occupation of their building. Reitsma Constructions is working with Bow Goold Architect on this project.

Reitsma is excited to return for our 4th major project with McCarroll's Automotive Group at Artarmon. The new project involves refurbishing a third floor office space to make way for a new 1100m2 Ferrari showroom complete with high end European interiors.  We're looking forward to seeing this ambitious project come to life so keep an eye out for more updates in weeks to come.

Reitsma is excited to announce the appointment of Aneta Stojanoski as our new Chief Financial Officer. Aneta has had a strong history in senior finance roles within the construction sector and has spent the last twenty years working for two prominent construction companies being Mirvac and Richard Crookes. Aneta will help to further strengthen the financial governance of Reitsma as we transition into a larger, corporate structure. This financial year we forecast our turnover reaching $100m. With this growth, along with the financial management and strategic requirements, we believe Aneta to be a great addition to our team.

We are happy to announce the winner of Reitsma’s inaugural monthly safety award is Shawn Reitsma at the St Paul’s Anglican Church Carlingford project. This award is in recognition of Shawn’s consistent approach and efforts in managing site safety. Congratulations to Shawn Reitsma for a deserved award.

A successful pour for the main hall slab at the St Mark's project in Stanhope Gardens. Great work and cooperation from all the people involved. Click the article to watch the video.

Reitsma Constructions is excited to announce that we're accepting applications for students to join the 2018 Cadet Program. Our ideal candidates will be in their third or fourth year in university studying Construction Management. If that is you, we would like to hear from you.

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Reitsma RFM successfully completed its second project as part of the exciting new development at Richard Johnson Anglican School, working alongside Alleanza Architecture for the Sydney Anglican Schools Corporation. Adjacent to the existing sports field, Reitsma constructed the new sports amenities block including storerooms, toilets and change rooms. The project featured exposed timber and mesh ceilings, external paint finished cladding and exposed off-form concrete seating.

We are excited to be partnering with Wayside Chapel on the construction of their facilities in the heart of Bondi. We will be commencing stage 1 of a 2 stage project this coming Monday that will transform the facility into a local hub for everyone from all walks of life.  Works are due to be completed later this year. Watch this space for updates of how it is progressing. 

St. Andrew's Primary School, Marayong involved close coordination with Stanton Dahl Architects and the Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta to deliver a dual stage project which serviced the school with much needed learning facilities. The Stage 1 building incorporated GLA's, breakout spaces & some outdoor seating to accommodate roughly 120 students. The Stage 2 landscaping and Canteen refurbishment allowed the school to demolish some old buildings to make way for some much needed open landscaping and play areas. 
 
The construction process was challenging, with being built inside a fully operational primary school. The building is designed to allow for the effective transition of traditional face to face learning, into some more contemporary methods involving technology and touch interfaces. The Stage 1 building is then able to open up and flow into open artificial play grounds which mimic hills and valleys and add to the student's overall learning environment.