CLPM specialises in the restoration of commercial and public buildings of historic and cultural significance.

We take pride in servicing the heritage industry in the conservation and contemporary adaptation of many iconic buildings throughout Western Australia with projects completed in Perth and Fremantle as well as in regional areas including Albany, Beverley, Bunbury, Kalgoorlie, Jurien Bay, Mandurah, Pinjarra, Wiluna and York.

Our building practices and techniques are delivered with respect and understanding towards construction methodologies, materials and existing fabric of the original building. Our employees and endorsed sub-contractors are highly experienced in both the work and ethos of heritage restoration projects.

CLPM has the financial and organisational capacity to manage varied and diverse projects ranging from the re-roofing of the York Courthouse with timber shingles, sheoak tiles and lead flashings at a project cost of $35,000 to the complete façade restoration of 4 major buildings in Perth CBD at a project cost of $7million (A full list of projects are available on request).

Working in the busy pedestrianised area of the CBD, CLPM’s team restored the Heritage grandeur of this Perth landmark building.

CLPM were contracted by Leighton Broad for the reconstruction of Florence Hummerston Kiosk on “the island” at Elizabeth Quay after the Heritage listed building had been dismantled at its original site on the Perth Esplanade.

CLPM worked closely with the client representative and Multiplex to achieve the work scope on time and to an agreed fixed price.

The extensive erosion & damage to the motifs from the years of spalling & parapet movement rendered the original stucco render detail unsalvageable.

The quality of finish achieved was of the highest standards as can be confirmed by the clients, architects & project managers.

Having saved the building from possible demolition we produced a product well received by both client and main contractor.