Stage 1 of the new North Byron Beach Resort due to open late this year is set to impress the local community and tourists alike with a resort facility offering 94 villas. The Rondo QLD team were assigned the responsibility of designing and supplying product for the internal and external wall framing systems, internal feature ceiling systems and external curved soffits. Teaming up with Shane Thomas Architects, builder Bennett Constructions Pty Ltd and particularly with lining sub-contractor Brunswick Valley Plastering, Rondo put their KEY-LOCK® Ceiling System to the test with the fascias and soffits, being curved in both directions. To create the exact shape and flow desired by the architect, precise installation was crucial and was achieved through a successful partnership between Rondo and Brunswick Valley Plastering.
The majority of the project required curved/faceted ceilings and the complex design was achieved using the Rondo KEY-LOCK® Concealed Suspended Ceiling System. Other Rondo products used on this project included our MAXIframe® Wall Framing System for external walls, Steel Stud and Track Wall Framing for internal walls, PANTHER® Sound-Rated Access Panels, EXTREME® PVC Finishing Beads and EXANGLE® Drywall Finishing Sections (P01, P35, P50). The experience of Rondo’s Technical Services Department in providing solutions along with the capability and flexibility of our systems helped execute the detailed design specifications and installations required for this project. This project has seen the relationship between Rondo Queensland and contractors Brunswick Valley Plastering in particular Greg (owner) and Jason Bishop (son) go from strength to strength. Rondo commends the pride Greg and Jason’s team have taken in their work which has been reflected in their excellent professional workmanship. Brunswick Valley Plastering values the team effort from all their employees on site.