Australia’s leading carpentry and joinery company, Top Knot and Woodworx has joined with Harvey Norman Commercial Division, allowing them to create all their bespoke fitout requirements.
Woodworx is Top Knot’s high-capacity joinery division, delivering joinery solutions from bespoke hospitality and multi-level apartment fitouts to aged care and office spaces, and has the capacity to deliver over $100M of joinery annually.
With more than 15 years’ experience, Top Knot and Woodworx pride themselves on not being limited to any particular service or group of services in their trade. Their team of fully-qualified craftsmen have the knowledge and experience to deliver a product that will exceed the customers’ expectations, no matter how unique or customised it may be.
Harvey Norman Commercial proprietor Alan Stephenson said the collaboration will allow Harvey Norman to provide bespoke design, manufacture and install joinery for any project including residential, multi-level apartments, hospitality, commercial and industrial fit outs.
“Whether the project is for high volume kitchens or a bespoke commercial fit-out, no fit-out is too large or too small for our combined capabilities,” Stephenson said.
“Top Knot and Woodworx will focus on streamlining the efficiencies in their procurement and manufacturing whilst we focus on providing a meaningful central procurement solution to our customers regardless of the market sectors they construct in.”
Top Knot have worked on some of the largest and most prestigious projects in the country. With manufacturing capabilities both locally and internationally, Stephenson believes Top Knot will meet the needs of all projects to provide a seamless one-stop-shop for Harvey Norman clients.
“They understand our clients’ vision to deliver high quality products, on time, within budget,” Stephenson said.
Harvey Norman’s Commercial Division is a procurement solutions provider to the construction industry.
Stephenson said that the commercial division offers a brand house of options in a variety of product categories.
“With our one-stop-shop philosophy we have continued to diversify our offering over the past 26 years,” Stephenson said.
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