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BORDEAUX Construction and Management is a “one-stop shop” for all renovations, extensions and new builds, says project manager Michael Milutinovic.

“We pride ourselves on being able to offer clients a hassle-free experience from as early as developing a concept, through [to] design, construction and handover,” he says.

“We specialise in complex extensions and renovations but also do office or retail fit outs and new builds. We are open to discussing all types of construction.”

The family-run business has been in operation for about 37 years and offers obligation-free quotes and competitive prices. Michael holds an unrestricted, “A”-class builder’s licence and has 14 years’ experience in the construction industry in Canberra and Sydney.

“We stand by every project and guarantee an efficient and easy process for our clients,” says Michael. “Everything we deliver is a high-quality product that we can stand by for the long term because our reputation and our clients’ needs are very important to us.”

Bordeaux Construction and Management, 8 Aurora Place, Queanbeyan. Call 6299 4642 or visit

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