Carpenter Joiner


​Summary (provided by consultant)

Name: Steven Simeoni, Principal Director, Tas City Building Pty Ltd

Address: 58A Elizabeth Street, Launceston

Mobile: 0408 642 819


Tas City Building is a Tasmanian owned construction company that specialises in heritage work. Living in Tasmania we understand the importance of preserving our historic architecture. We are highly experienced in this area and our workmanship can take your from beginning to end, priding ourselves on a seamless process.

​Operates: North, State wide

Name: Mick Herynk, Director, MPH Builders Pty/Ltd

Address: 65 Meander Valley Highway, Prospect, TAS 7250

Mobile: 0418 120 939

​MPH Builders have been undertaking period/heritage works for a number of years state wide. We employ traditional carpenter/joiners specifically for repairs and restoration of heritage-listed buildings.

Operates: State wide

Name:  Mr Bruce Crerar, CRC Builders and Joiners

Address:  10 Bedford Street, Inveresk TAS 7248

Phone:  6334 3195

Mobile:  0418 314 281

Fax:  6334 0095



CRC Builders and Joiners are contractors specialising in heritage works, design and construct accreditation - restorations, additions, conservations etc. CRC Joinery specialises in panelled and French doors, moulded architraves and skirtings, wooden & iron gates and fences, cabinets including kitchens, robes, bookcases, etc, shellac polishing.  CRC has a stock of antique architectural fittings for projects.  CRC is a member of MBT and has won numerous heritage awards , State and National, together with numerous LCC heritage awards.

Operates: State wide

Name:  Mr Andrew Anstie, Anstie Constructions Pty Ltd

Address:  PO Box 1814, Launceston TAS 7250

Phone:  6344 4589

Mobile:  0438 316 849

Fax:  6343 1409



Anstie Constructions Pty Ltd serve the community in heritage building and joinery, having been trained in heritage conservation on historic sites ranging from restoration of farm buildings to town houses, and with over forty years of professional experience. We carry out all new work with a professional understanding of how to combine heritage with modern methods of building, and complete your entire project by engaging all appropriately qualified sub trades ensuring continued control over your heritage work. We produce the complete building renovation internally and manufacture our own French doors, four panel doors, windows, skirtings, architraves, country style kitchens, staircases, mouldings, robes, and lining boards in our factory. Take the time to view our website, or contact us directly so we can discuss your ideas and requirements.

Operates: North

Name: Mr Mark Smith, Vos Construction and Joinery Pty Ltd

Address: PO Box 168, Devonport TAS 7310

Phone: 6424 4444

Mobile: 0419 140 024



​Vos Construction and Joinery Pty Ltd (Vos) is a privately owned company established in 1967 and incorporated in 1986. It has operated successfully in Tasmania for over 47 years. Over that time, our staff have developed an exceptional knowledge of all forms of construction and are regarded as some of the best building professionals in the industry. Vos undertakes a wide range of construction projects from heavy civil works to commercial and domestic construction, shop fitting, glazing and joinery and heritage projects such as the Henry Jones Art Hotel and the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart.

Operates: State wide

Name:  Mr Andrew Walton, Blue Gum Builders

Address:  3 Lewisham Scenic Drive, Lewisham TAS 7173

Mobile: 0439 570 490 



As a full service building firm, Blue Gum Builders offers a complete range of heritage restoration and repair services.  With access to a highly skilled team of tradesmen and artisans - including carpenters, joiners, roofers, bricklayers, stone masons, painters (including faux finishes), solid plasterers, plumbers and electricians - we guarantee that our work will be of the highest quality and sympathetic to your building.  We are also highly experienced in designing and building heritage additions and extensions.  Recent projects have included Pelham House at Sorell, The Rose and Crown Inn at Lewisham and a variety of projects in Hobart - including a 430 square metre ex nunnery!

Operates: State wide

Name:  Mr Julian Freeman, Freeman Building

Address:  310 Liverpool Street, Hobart TAS 7000

Mobile:  0408 291 301


Freeman Building and our skilled team of qualified carpenters and sib-contractors provide a quality service to our clients.  Our vast experience and knowledge of domestic and commercial projects including heritage work ensures that we consistently deliver a superior product whether traditional or contemporary design.

Operates: State wide

Name:  Mr John Brennan, Seal-a-sash Windows Renewal System Pty Ltd

Address:  PO Box 3111, West Hobart TAS 7000

Mobile:  0400 478 666



​Seal-a-sash Window Renewal System Pty Ltd are specialised carpenters & joiners who draught seal, repair and restore timber sash windows (and doors) to full working order, without compromising heritage features. Their tradesmen are Burra Charter trained and take great pride in their work, with due care and attention to detail. Since starting in 2012 the business has spread from Hobart to Melbourne, Ballarat and overseas.

Operates: State wide

Name:  Mr Michael Staples

Address:  196 Lymington Road, Lymington TAS 7109

Phone:  6295 1009

Mobile:  0408 202 206

Fax:  6295 1009


Specialist in repairs to timber structures and joiner work. Repairs to timber marine craft. Conservation repairs to small objects. Large well equipped workshop in Cygnet.

Operates: State wide

Name:  Mr Derek Chambers, Jackman Builders Pty Ltd

Address:  448 Elizabeth Street, North Hobart TAS 7000

Phone:  6234 3576

Mobile:  0418 122 020

Fax:  6231 1591


​We are builders/carpenters. We have a good understanding of careful renovations, repairs and have an excellent work force of traditional and historic understanding.

Operates: South

Name:  Mr Randall Castle

Address:  6 Farley Street, Glenorchy TAS 7010

Phone:  6272 5500

Mobile:  0419 560 363

Fax:  6272 0718


Groves & Castle Joinery provide traditional joinery reproduction - repair services. We manufacture window frames/windows, door frames/doors, stairs and handrails. We also provide architraves, skirting & mouldings to match early period profiles.

Operates: State wide

Name:  Mr John Stronach, Stronach Constructions

Address:  PO Box 815, Smithon TAS 7330

Phone:  6452 1520

Mobile:  0427 433 830

Fax:  6452 1385


​Fully qualified cabinet maker and accredited builder specialising in renovations of heritage and old buildings.  Understanding and following the processes of doing repairs using traditional and correct processes and materials.  Completed courses: 1) Conservation Planning and Heritage Restoration Hobart (conducted by Robert Vincent) and 2) Conservation of Building Materials - Bruce University Canberra (conducted by David Young).

Operates: Northwest

Name:  Mr Andrew Madden, AK Madden, Building and Joinery

Address:  PO Box 201, Newstead TAS 7250

Phone:  6339 3315

Mobile:  0408 138 375

Fax:  6399 3315

​A.K. Madden, Building and Joinery, member of Master Builders Association of Tasmania. Accredited, with 40 years experience in the building and joinery industry, including extensions and restoration of heritage buildings.  Many skills in traditional building and joinery and reproduction of existing mouldings and timber work, including project management.

Operates: North, East, Northeast

Name:  Mr Richard Terry

Address:  210 Lollara Road, Ranelagh TAS 7109

Mobile:  0419 899 151

​I have been in the building industry 41 years. I completed a five-year apprenticeship in Victoria, working predominantly on refurbishment and restoration work of old mansions in the Toorak area. I have worked on construction of weirs, multi-storey commercial, restoration and underpinning of large structures. My speciality is my quality work and attention to detail. No job too big or small. Master Builders member.

Operates: South, East

Name:  Mr Stephen Lewis, ST & EV Lewis

Address:  45 Chapel Street, Glenorchy TAS 7010

Phone:  6272 3422


High quality repairs to all timber componentry of older buildings in Southern Tasmania including doors, locks, windows, glazing with drawn glass, shutters, balustrades, verandahs, floors, eaves, mouldings, fences and gates. All work carried out following the guidelines of the Burra Charter. 25 years experience.

Operates: South

Name:  Mr Greg Edwards, RB Edwards and Son

Address:  6 Clear Creek Road, Woodbridge TAS 7162

Phone:  6267 4674

Mobile:  0417 374 652

Carpenter and joiner by trad. Building contractor, restoration of existing timber structures. Matching existing profiles and also right timber species. Also doing new work to an old period - prefer Georgian and Regency period.

Operates: South

Name:  Mr Phil Krause & Mr Martin Farley, Heritage Building Solutions

Address:  73 High Street, Oatlands TAS 7120

Mobile:  0428 572 726 & 0418 122 783



​A team of heritage professionals and craftsmen providing practical and effective services to property owners in site and building assessment, conservation and project planning, liaison with heritage bodies and associated conservation, restoration and building work. In addition to
our construction, masonry and interior services, our joinery offers fitting repair and as necessary authentic reproduction.

Operates: State wide


NOTE: This Directory is a guide only. It does not endorse products or services supplied by individuals or companies listed in it. A user of this information should make their own assessment of the ability of an individual or company to carry out work in a competent, punctual and professional manner. We recommend that you: inspect examples of the consultant’s works before commissioning their services; check their professional qualifications, memberships and accreditation; ask to see a summary of skills, relevant experience and examples of previous works, and references from previous clients; and only appoint the consultant when you are satisfied of their suitability to supply the services you want.

DISCLAIMER: Any representation, statement, opinion or advice expressed or implied in this Directory is made: in good faith; on the basis that neither the Tasmanian Heritage Council, nor the State of Tasmania, nor any servant or agent of either of them accepts responsibility for any injury, loss or damage to any person or property caused by, or attributable to, an act or omission (negligent or otherwise) of the Council or the Crown or a servant or agent of either of them.

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