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Frankston Yacht Club

We had a client visit to make earlier this year, and along the way we called in to the Frankston Yacht Club which is due for completion around the middle of the year (2016). The facility will offer the local community and visitors a 164 seat restaurant, 104 seat café, public toilets, community space, function room, safety […]

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How do you curve a Glulam beam?

Curving Glulam timber is considered by some an art form. It takes planning and care to get it right. Glulam Timber can be curved to tight radiuses, not by heating or steam, but by reducing the thickness of the laminates. The tighter the radius, the more laminations that need to be used. Once the glue […]

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2015 – New year – New Vicbeam

Happy New Year! The year has started off with a bang here at Vicbeam with lots of changes. Usually over the Christmas period we shut down and have a well earned rest, however this year, we ditched the holiday and moved factory instead. Over 2 weeks, we moved our whole operation to a larger premises, […]

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4 reasons you should use Glulam

          Infographics are used to convey complex information in a simple and easy to understand manner. Here’s a infographic on why you should use Glulam in your next building project. If you want to discuss these reasons and others why don’t you give us a call.     Vicbeam credits Unalam’s […]

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National Gallery of Victoria

Every now and then we get a project that really excites us. It excites because it takes something that is familiar and easy and puts a new twist on it and challenges us to think outside the square. This is one such project that when we first saw the concept, we wondered whether it could […]

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