Moss Vale Uniting Church.
Completion of remodelling work and upgrade to facilities at the Moss Vale Uniting Church including restoration work to original 1890’s church building.
Completion of complete makeover job to Robertson residence including re-roofing and recladding with black standing seam Colorbond steel.
306 Douglas Park Drive, Douglas Park, NSW.
New substantial residence built an ecclesiastic style with extensive sandstone and face brickwork external facades with a traditional internal fit out including recycled timber floors throughout.
‘Gara’, Burrawang Station Lane, Burrawang, NSW.
Extensive renovations and remodeling work to Georgian style contemporary residence. This included new kitchen and three bathroom fit outs.
26 Elm Street, Bowral, NSW.
Complete and extensive renovation and refurbishment to 1880’s large weatherboard homestead.
Architect: Stuart Hill, Giles Tribe & Associates.
‘Burrawang General Store’, and accompanying residence, 11 Hoddle Street, Burrawang, NSW.
Complete renovation of the heritage listed general store built in the 1870’s. The weatherboard ‘barn style’ structure underwent a substantial makeover with reintroduction of several original features as well as updated kitchen and shop fit out and toilet facilities.
Architect: Ian Stapleton – Clive Lucas, Stapleton & Partners.
‘Bonheur’, Oldbury Road, Sutton Forrest, NSW.
Complete restoration and remedial work to circa 1905 stone cottage. The works included several external stone walls requiring demolition and rebuilding as well as extensive internal structural remedial works and new fit out throughout. This project also included the construction of several out buildings built in the style and with materials sympathetic and in keeping with the original cottage. MORE…
Argyle Street, Berrima, NSW.
Substantial weatherboard additions to heritage listed sandstone cottage built in the 1830’s. Also, various internal remodeling and renovations were carried out in the original sandstone cottage. MORE…
Knight Job, Exeter, NSW.
Complete internal renovation and remodeling to contemporary home including new bathrooms, new Kitchen, internal remodeling works, all new fittings, fixtures and finishes throughout.
McFadzean Job, 88 Oxley Drive, Mittagong, NSW.
Extensive additions and remodeling works to a contemporary residence.
Don Bradman Residence, 52 Shepherd Street, Bowral, NSW.
Winner of the 2013 Wingecarribee Heritage Awards – Overall winner.
Winner of 2013 NSW National Trust Heritage Award.
Complete restoration and alterations to original Bowral residence of the Bradman family who lived there from 1911 – 1924 (residence 1890’s weatherboard home). MORE…
Architect: Ian Stapleton, Clive Lucas Stapleton and Partners.
‘Willow Grange’, Berrima Road, Moss Vale, NSW.
Extensive remedial and restoration works to the main residence and out buildings of this 1880’s heritage listed weatherboard home. Also, two substantial and detailed additions have been constructed during this period.
Architect and Owner: Ian Stapleton, Clive Lucas, Stapleton and Partners.
‘Jabiru’ Range Road, Mittagong, NSW.
New, substantial, contemporary style residence, steel framed masonry construction. MORE…
‘Throsby Park’, Moss Vale, NSW.
Formerly under the administration of the National Parks and Wildlife, in 2010 transferred to the care of the Historic Houses Trust of NSW.
Various conservation and restoration works at several locations around the substantial homestead residence and outbuildings (originally built 1834).
Pip Giovanelli – Heritage & Conservation Consultant (National Parks & Wildlife)
Richard Turner – Sydney Living Museums (formerly Historic Houses Trust)
50 Merrigang Street, Bowral, NSW
Complete refurbishment and substantial additions to 2 two-storey attached terrace houses originally built 1888.
66 Woodbine Street, Bowral, NSW.
New weatherboard residence in heritage precinct of Old Bowral.
Accreditation to the Heritage Register at Builders NSW as part of the Endangered Houses Fund Program.
29 Holly Street, Bowral, NSW.
Substantial Addition and alterations in keeping with original 1880’s weatherboard residence.
Osborne Road, Burradoo, NSW.
Complete renovation and makeover of a 1970’s home into contemporary minimalist style residence. This project was about creating an open plan lifestyle including new Kitchen, Dining, Laundry and Bathrooms.
Architect: Deece Giles, Giles Tribe Architects.
Hamilton Avenue, Bowral, NSW.
Substantial remedial work as well as remodeling to this classic weatherboard cottage. The work involved refurbishment and new fitting out features to the Living, Kitchen and Dining areas of the home. MORE…
Architect: Deece Giles, Giles Tribe Architects.
‘Sentinel Farm’, the Old Road, Robertson, NSW.
Extensive single and two-storey weatherboard additions and alterations to period 1920’s residence. MORE…
Architect: Kevin Gallagher & Associates.
‘Redcourt’, Bundanoon Road, Exeter, New South Wales.
Substantial extension, restoration and refurbishment to Edwardian masonry building, built in 1904.
‘Oldbury Cottage’, Oldbury Road, Moss Vale, NSW.
Attached to ‘Oldbury Farm’ Estate.
Complete restoration, refurbishment, remedial work and extensions to 1830s sandstone cottage. MORE…
Architect : Richard Rowe, Burrawang, NSW.
‘Greenhills’, Greenhills Road Werai, NSW.
Complete restoration of 1905 large classic Australian farm Homestead. Required extensive remedial work and major new works in keeping with the original home.
Architect: Clive Lucas, Clive Lucas Stapleton and Partners.
‘Box Hill’, Spring Hill Road, High Range, NSW.
Complete renovation and extensive additions to convert a 1940’s weatherboard farm residence into a contemporary designed home with large open living areas. The use of concealed steel posts and beams allowed for opening up the original house.
Architect: Stuart Hill, Giles Tribe Architects.
‘The Harp Inn’ formerly ‘Bindagundra’, Illawarra Highway, Sutton Forest, NSW.
Winner of the 2005 Wingecarribee Shire Council Heritage Award – Restorations and Additions, Commercial.
Complete restoration, refurbishment, remedial work and extensions to 1830’s Inn for conversion into a bed and breakfast. MORE…
‘Bibury’, Burradoo Road, Burradoo, NSW.
Winner of the 2003 Greenway Conservation Architect Award.
Complete restoration of 1929 Leslie Wilkinson design time. Required extensive remedial works and substantial new works in keeping with the original home. MORE…
Architect: Clive Lucas, Clive Lucas Stapleton and Partners.
22 Elizabeth Street, Moss Vale, NSW.
New contemporary style weatherboard residence.
The work was always completed in a timely manner and on schedule with great attention to detail, an outstanding standard and quality of finishes and expert craftsmanship. We are confident that with Phil’s experience to help guide and advise us to make fully informed decisions we avoided costly potential problems.
The project was non-standard and Phil was more than willing to resolve architectural details in a most collaborative fashion. He brought years of experience, a team of trusted, local tradesmen and a positive manner to the job, which finished on time and within budget, given a fair amount of inevitable scope creep.
I can’t speak highly enough of Phil and his team. The quality of his work, his professionalism, and reliability were exceptional. It was an absolute pleasure to work with him. Thank you Phil!
Lenarduzzi Builders restored our heritage listed home with meticulous attention to detail. The team’s knowledge of traditional detailing and their quality of workmanship is unmatched.
Phil Lenarduzzi directs a thoroughly competent and dedicated team of professionals all of whom share his motivation, enthusiasm and willingness to be adaptable and maintain the highest standards, whilst remaining within realistic budgetary and time constraints.
I would highly recommend Lenarduzzi Builders for any project. Philip is a perfectionist who takes great pride in his work…
All the work has been of an exceptional standard, completed on time, with the minimum of fuss and mess…It is rare that one can write such a glowing reference, but it is also rare to find such a talent as Phil.
Phil’s enthusiasm to the job and his genuine interest in the original structure engendered a confidence which was to be sustained throughout the ensuing five months of the renovation.
During 2011, Phil Lenarduzzi was contracted to build our new house between Mittagong and Bowral. Of all the buildings I have constructed in my life, of which there have been dozens, I can honestly say that this has been the most enjoyable, problem free, professionally handled, on budget build I have ever had.
Phil was a pleasure to work with and, apart from being a very competent builder, he displayed a great attitude and work ethic despite the difficulties in imposed upon him. He also brought forward innovative ideas to ensure the success of the project.
Lenarduzzi Builders have always carried out their work in an efficient, organised and extremely competent way showing a good knowledge of old and new building construction techniques and employing subcontractors of experience and capacity.
Philip is concerned with the quality of the work he produces. Like attracts like, and his construction team have the same attitude. It is no surprise that all his subcontracters produce the same high-quality work. He has also sourced the best specialist manufacturers and suppliers of finishing material.
Philip and his team carried out a high level of conservation building repairs from the HHT prepared scope of works. Some of the necessary repairs were uncovered during the process and we were very happy with the careful sensitive nature of the Lenarduzzi’s methods and reporting as items became apparent. His team’s workmanship is of a very high standard and reliability proven at every stage.
The work on Throsby Park was completed promptly, efficiently and to a very good conservation standard. Phil and his team demonstrated respect to significant fabric and a high degree of competence in working on an historic building. Their polite and professional approach ensured a successful outcome for the project.
I have at all times found Phil Lenarduzzi and his team to be extremely diligent and most competent. Their trademanship is of the highest quality and so too is their willingness to advise and to be flexible in terms of making sure the right result is achieved.
Mr Phil Lenarduzzi’s skill and expertise in designing the project, measuring for the job and completing it to our total satisfaction were exemplary. Not only that, the job was completed well within the anticipated time frame and without mess, error or complication.
Once demolition and construction commenced I was confident that we had selected the most appropriate Builder. The construction involved extending two existing structures of different ages, one over one hundred years old and one approximately sixty years old. As a consequence many difficulties were encountered, Phil and his supporting trades were able to recommend solutions making my task so much easier.
I was very happy with the work done by Mr Lenarduzzi. The work was carried out expeditiously and was completed precisely in accordance with the schedule, an unprecedented achievement in my experience of domestic building work. The work did not cost any more than the quotation plus specifically agreed to variations. There were no “hidden surprises” at the end of the day.
Your assistance for all the other incidental outside items required was invaluable, for without your knowledge we would not have known what was best. We were also very pleased you could both spend significant time to help renovate our Sydney properties.
Phil and his team of excellent tradespeople did a great job and with the attention to detail that is becoming more difficult to find. The end result exceeded our expectations.