Description:This is a building 27 years old, the current facade is fibre cement that has all cracked and in need of replacement, we need to receive 4-5 facade designs from cost effective to not so budget driven to look at the refurb options
Wants:Design & Cost effectiveness
- Trimble SketchUp (Google)
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