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The houses have been carefully designed to meet the Department’s exacting standards and tight budgets.

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The houses have been carefully designed to meet the Department’s exacting standards and tight budgets.

category: small buildings

project name: Hope Vale Community Housing

location: Hope Vale Aboriginal Shire Council

Size: over 30 individual dwellings

completed: Since 2013

For over four years Myriad has been working closely with the Hope Vale ASC building team to see the construction of over 30 new residences in that time. Each one has been built by the team, achieving exemplary rates of employment & training. The town is growing along with the team’s capability. The houses have been carefully designed to meet the Department’s exacting standards and tight budgets, to ensure the local building program continues.

The designs are always mindful of the user’s needs and ease of maintenance.  Several years on, the care of the owners for their home is a strong indication of the positive outcomes.

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