Our Mission

Be the “go-to” for finding builders in Australia/NZ

Finding a builder can be very difficult, risky and fraught with error, resulting in 80% of designs not actually making it to site.

We bridge the gap through a personal and emotional connection with our clients on the front end, and an efficient, well-oiled machine on the back end.

We’re building a Dream Team

A dream team is one in which everyone is extraordinary at what they do and are highly effective collaborators. 

The value and satisfaction of being on a dream team is tremendous. Our version of the great workplace is not great gyms, fancy offices, or frequent parties. 

Our version of the great workplace is a dream team in pursuit of ambitious common goals. It is on such a team that you learn the most, perform your best work, improve the fastest, and have the most fun.

You have the freedom & opportunity


The way we do things is abnormal. Why? Because we are looking for results that are also abnormal.


We are looking for results. How you get results is up to you. We don’t have set work hours. You can take as many holidays as you need to. Staff can have a stake in the outcome through earning shares in the company.


You might think that such freedom would lead to chaos. But we also don’t have a clothing policy, yet no one has come to work naked. The lesson is you don’t need policies for everything. Most people understand the benefits of wearing clothes at work.


We believe that people thrive on being trusted, on freedom, and on being able to make a difference. So we foster freedom and empowerment wherever we can.


We work to have as simple a business as we can given our growth ambitions, and to keep employee excellence rising. We work to have a company of self-disciplined people who discover and fix issues without being told to do so.

Creative accountability

We want employees to be great independent decision makers, and to only consult their manager when they are unsure of the right decision. 


We don’t buy into the lore of senior leaders, who are so involved in the details that their product or service becomes amazing. We tell people not to seek to please their boss. Instead, seek to serve the business. It’s OK to disagree with your manager. It’s never OK to hide anything. 


It’s OK to say to your manager, “I know you disagree, but I’m going to do X because I think it is a better solution. Let me know if you want to specifically override my decision.” What we don’t want is people guessing what their manager would do or want, and then executing on that guess.


We want people to make decisions, and be accountable to them.