To set the standard of excellence as a design-oriented building company in the greater Northern Beaches area, known for its expertise in finding the unique and personal elements that shape a family home into the next level of lifestyle.
To work as a collaborative partner to uncover your ideal lifestyle and find solutions to transform your home into a space that uniquely reflects your family and elevates the way you live.
Family rules the roost
Respect: appreciation for family values,
as a team and individually
We like a two-way street
Connection: honest communication between team and clients
Innovation: problem-solving with a positive attitude and a passion for sharing ideas
We see the same view
Transparency: sharing information and alignment of goals from the outset on all projects
We invest in our staff
Education: investment in professional development and fostering individual aspirations
Let’s raise the spirit level
Connection: hiring right, being authentic and recognising hard work and a job well done
This is us, the hardworking team you’ll get to know very well over the course of your build. You can rely on a friendly and courteous approach, working respectfully in your space and always on hand to talk through questions or concerns. We all love what we do….so for us, it’s always about doing excellent work with a smile, and making sure your experience is relaxed and comfortable.
With 22 years of experience both building and renovating homes across Sydney, Chad has acquired extensive building knowledge and expertise, with a focus on the Northern Beaches. As both a licensed builder and qualified carpenter, his in-depth practical knowledge and passion for quality craftsmanship makes him an asset to his clients. He will be your first point of contact in terms of project liaison and quoting, and will lead as your Project Manager from the planning stage right through to job completion. Chad loves sharing the experience with the homeowners, from the excitement of kicking off the project to finding creative and clever solutions throughout the build. The best part for him? The final meeting with the client, hearing about their newfound happiness with their home and how it's changed the way they live. An active dad with 3 children, he immensely enjoys his beach lifestyle, spending time surfing, at the gym and running half marathons and short distance triathlons.
Peter has lived and breathed building for the last 40 years. He has worked extensively in the building industry throughout the Sydney metropolitan area. With his comprehensive practical skills, Peter will be a familiar face on your project as the lead Site Manager. With an eye for detail and an understanding of complex architectural construction, he aims to anticipate issues before they arise, and quickly jumps into problem-solving mode when needed. Peter is the highly respected father figure at Timbaworx...known as a taskmaster on site but a fair one! His goal is to ensure a high quality standard and guide his team to achieve it on time and on budget, without shortcuts. His greatest personal reward on the job is helping his customers in crafting a home that realises their dreams. A beaches local, he has a keen interest in ski paddling both recreationally and competitively, plus a longstanding involvement in the surf lifesaving community.
Jon is a qualified carpenter with almost 10 years of experience, commencing at an early age as an apprentice and working closely with his dad Peter. Recently appointed as director at Timbaworx, Jon’s professionalism has made him an integral part of the team to steer the business forward. Jon brings energy and precision to his role and he will lead his building team on your site on a daily basis, while remaining hands-on with the tools. He gets great satisfaction from seeing his projects run smoothly through from start to finish, with nothing better than a happy client at the end. Jon also enjoys the creative side of every project, helping clients achieve custom solutions and finishes that truly make their build unique with a personal stamp. A real people person, Jon thrives on being a part of the close-knit team, and the camaraderie that comes from a crew that really enjoys working hard together. When not having a banter with the boys, Jon follows his passion for sports and fitness, and has played many a rugby league game, as well as helping coach junior teams.
Alison has worked in the trade and building industry for over 20 years and with Timbaworx since 2014. With a background in customer service, accounting, sales and funds management, her professionalism ensures that the systems side flows seamlessly to support your project. As Office Manager, Alison is your go to person for any matters relating to your account, project timelines, scheduling and invoicing. Being part of a happy and committed team is a huge motivator for her, and she loves the young and energetic vibe of Timbaworx. She finds inspiration in the work ethic and company values instilled by Chad and Peter...always looking to improve and get the best out of everyone. Alison enjoys being on the go, with fitness and sporting pursuits including soccer, yoga, walking and running.
Julian joined our team in 2020 as an Estimator. He recently completed his third year of Construction Project Management at UTS and is now working closely with Chad to develop the skills required to assist in quoting our projects. His favourite aspect of the job is competing in the Timbaworx tri monthly events that the whole team takes part in and his community involvement has included playing for the Manly Sea Eagles Youth League Team and surfing for Curl Curl Boardriders. He also plays Rep Basketball.
Jake is a qualified carpenter and now tasked with team leadership as project Foreman. With the company’s dedication to training, he aims to secure his builders license, and gain knowledge of both design and operations/management. One of the things that Jake loves about his role is that every day presents a new challenge and he thrives on the variety of projects he gets the opportunity to work on. He sees each new project as a unique chance to create something special for the client, at the same time furthering knowledge and skills in his building career. Jake has a creative streak with a passion for music. His instruments of choice are guitar and piano, as well as music production and working as a club DJ most weekends. He is also a keen surfer and an all-round sportsperson.
Ben has worked as a qualified Carpenter and is currently completing his builders course as he is passionate about advancing his building knowledge and career. As project Foreman, he takes pride in guiding the building team, achieving productivity, functionality and safety on site - with everyone enjoying the job. A great day on site for Ben is when he can undertake a broad variety of work tasks on site and exercise skills from fitout to framing to general building. Ben enjoys taking time out with interests that include music, food and cars. He is a keen football player and takes it up a notch by coaching his little cousin’s football team.
Kane is in his fourth-year as an apprentice and a well-established member of the team. He is enjoying developing his skill set after working on multiple projects already to date. The best part for him is simply being a part of the process on a project and seeing how a job progresses from start to finish and learning all the way through. Kane’s personal interests include rugby (playing with the Newport Breakers) and music, and he also calls out carpentry as one - he is never far away from the tools at any time!
James is a fourth-year apprentice on the team, joining Timbaworx after working for his father in the family joinery business. He loves the practical and varied nature of all the projects he’s worked on and has developed a wide range of skills. James is a real team player and the best part of the job for him is simply enjoying a solid day’s work with the boys - in his words ‘they are great, funny guys’. James loves the outdoors, and has a keen interest in surfing, four-wheel driving and going away on adventures whenever he can.
Liam started with Timbaworx in 2020 as a 1st year apprentice and is really enjoying the team culture - a great balance where everyone gets on well and enjoys working hard together, with a bit of banter! His ambition is to attain his builders license and become a highly skilled builder within the next 10 years. He’s loving the learning process so far, learning how to achieve different outcomes, plus growing as a carpenter in understanding the finer details of working with timber. Liam’s passion in his spare time is playing rugby for the Newport Breakers and he also coaches an under 15 rugby team.
Joshua is a second-year apprentice and right now his focus is on learning as much as he possibly can from the experience around him. He’s really enjoying working alongside the boys in such a young and dynamic team, plus being guided on new skills from the senior members of the team. Joshua is an all-rounder when it comes to sport, and is up for anything from team to individual sports.
Angus is a third year apprentice on the team, joining Timbaworx in 2020. He really enjoys working for Timbaworx because he finds the building side very interesting and likes seeing the end product on completion of each job. He enjoys being in a group, working with friends which makes each day on site fun. Angus likes to go to the beach and surf. In the past he has coached Touch football. He loves all the onsite banter and jokes from the Timbaworx team.
Chris is a Carpenter of 15 years, 10 of which he spent as Foreman of residential and commercial projects. Additionally, he brings a wealth of experience in regard to project management and running a large-scale carpentry company. For Chris, his colleagues are one of his favorite aspects of the job, he also enjoys solving complicated building issues and constructing things that are “out of the ordinary". On weekends you can find Chris surfing, working out or spending time with his daughter.
We are happy to welcome Tony aboard the Timbaworx Crew this year. Tony took an interest in carpentry just after he left school and has been honing his craft for the past 6 years. He originally relocated from Newcastle to Sydney for soccer when he was 17. Tony's hobbies include hanging at the beach with mates, surfing and soccer.