OUR WORK

Quality construction and professional tradesmen

Paul and his team are passionate about building, construction and home design, this is most apparent in their attention to detail. Our team is made up of local carpenters and builders, and Morrow Building itself is based in the beautiful town of Berry on the South Coast of New South Wales.

Morrow Building offers a full coordination of services to take the stress out of building a new home. Paul is very much a ‘people person’, meaning he builds relationships with clients, architects and sub trades. This personal touch is something Paul prides himself on, and allows him to ensure a smooth, efficient and high quality building process for his clients.

Morrow Building considers every project a custom home, it doesn’t matter if it’s a house extension, a renovation, or a custom home, our process remains the same. Our team manages on site meetings, structural engineers, surveyors and council meetings, as well as providing project detailing schedules and costing contracts. We can also help with full council submissions, including development applications, construction certificates and waste management plans.

Below, you can see our previously completed projects from different areas on the South Coast of NSW. Our work ranges from renovations, extensions and custom built houses, to duplexes and multi units. Don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions.

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

"I am amazed at the transformation from start to finish. From what was a rundown, derelict house with an overgrown garden, to a contemporary 6-unit complex with clean lines and unique textures created by the many building materials used in this project, all of which are highlighted by the timber feature walls."

RICK MUIK

"I am amazed at the transformation from start to finish. From what was a rundown, derelict house with an overgrown garden, to a contemporary 6-unit complex with clean lines and unique textures created by the many building materials used in this project, all of which are highlighted by the timber feature walls."

RICK MUIK