The Landing is located in Alkimos shopping precinct, close to all proximities. It has been designed and created with the local community in mind with a modern nautical decor. It features spacious, versatile multiple indoor and outdoor areas. These include areas such as a restaurant, indoor sports bar area, outdoor bar and beer garden which provides a family friendly atmosphere.
The Coffee Club Wanneroo is one of the latest additions to The Coffee Club franchise group.
Located in the newly developed eatery section of the Wanneroo Central Shopping Centre.
We managed to get pull together and complete this project on time and during the pre-Christmas madness.
This well appointed cafe has been designed with modern finishes throughout and high quality fixtures.
Contrasting warm textured timber and concrete look cabinetry.
The Waverley Brewhouse was conceived from a love of great beer and excellent food. Designed as a contemporary Australian pub and nanobrewery the Waverley will deliver delicious unpasteurised beer direct from the tank to the table.
Utopia Industries worked on this fun fitout project, which included the construction of “Hank the Tank” – a custom built nanobrewery which allows The Waverley Brewhouse to brew 300 litres of each batch.
Following on from the success of the Northbridge Brewing Company, the Whitfords Brewing Company has been designed with the local community in mind.
Split over two levels including a rooftop Skydeck showcasing views of the Indian Ocean, there’s also an outdoor beer garden to enjoy the wide range of food options to go with beer from the onsite brew-house.
Utopia Industries was contracted to fitout the Whitfords Brewing Company into existing space at the renovated Westfield Whitfords City in Hillarys. Finishes required to the exterior included timber rafters, exposed concrete, and cobblestone pavers to the entry – as well as balustrading, glazing, and face brick works.
WINNER: 2018 MASTER BUILDERS EXCELLENCE IN CONSTRUCTION
Located in the new Kings Square Precinct, Utopia Industries was contracted to fitout the Market Grounds Tavern into existing vacant ground floor space at the base of Kings Square Building 3 at 10 Telethon Ave.
Finishes required to the exterior included extensive glazing, allowing plenty of light to enter the building. Services covered included plumbing, electrical works, tiling, metalwork, glazing, joinery, ceiling fixers, bricklaying, concreting, window tinting, mechanical & fire services, right down to the decorative wall finishes.
Beautiful polished concrete floors were matched with wallpaper and a grand staircase. Utopia Industries also looked after timber finishes, tiling, brass wire mesh and feature brickwork to bring the interior to life. CCTV and security, coolrooms, stainless steel kitchen equipment, sound and audio, signage, vinyl flooring, stairnosing and tactiles were also installed.
Utopia Industries is an experienced shopfitter, and has built many cafes for the Miss Maud group, including this Café Stockholm.
The project involved the construction of the café within the shopping centre, minimising both construction time as well as minimising disruption.
Utopia has also built Miss Maud cafes – with the intent of keeping the fitout of these true to its original design brief: warm, cosy décor. Café Stockholm is designed to win over a younger generation.
Utopia Industries was proud to complete works on The Ashby Bar & Bistro, with multiple bars, dining areas all created to give special areas for diners and patrons to be entertained!
The Ashby Bar and Bistro has been named the De Bortoli Wines and 6PR Pub of the Year in 2015!
“The Duke” was a great project for Utopia Industries to work on, as it had many custom and interesting benchtops, bars, and a great design which catered for a restaurant (bistro) area together with a more informal bar.
HIGHLY COMMENDED: 2015 MASTER BUILDERS EXCELLENCE IN CONSTRUCTION
Utopia Industries was contracted to build and fit-out the Northbridge Brewing Company brewery and licensed venue in the heart of the Northbridge entertainment precinct.
The project involved constructing a multilevel building utilising tilt-slab concrete, steel framing and glass panels for the exterior, with feature brickwork, exposed services and wooden beams in the interior.
The interior fit-out made use of several unique materials sourced from around WA. Feature timber was obtained from the former Perry Lakes Stadium, while the recycled bricks to create the interior feature walls, lighting and the large wooden beam above the bar were from the old Ford Factory in North Fremantle.