Adelaide’s Allsteel Transportable Homes has joined its sister company Weeks Building Group to become the latest acquisition for the NEX Building Group.
In March this year the NEX Building Group announced it was acquiring the Weeks Building Group with the deal formalised in May. The NSW based builder which specialises in steel framed homes began discussions to purchase the company in June with the purchase finalised on September 30.
NEX Building Group CEO Andrew Helmers said the acquisition of Allsteel homes was a natural fit for the growth of the Adelaide business.
“Allsteel have a strong reputation for a high quality and well-designed product and it will complement our current operations.”
“We have already introduced new designs into the Weeks design portfolio, and we will look for similar opportunities with Allsteel.
“With 17 separate designs ranging from two to six-bedroom homes, Allsteel homes have proved popular with people looking to build a home in a regional setting over the past 17 years, Andrew said.
Allsteel Homes General Manager Lachlan Derwent said we are excited about the future and having the support of the NEX Building Group will provide great opportunity for the business.
“We are currently working with renowned MJH Group architect Stuart Everitt to develop a suite of new designs which will be launched in 2021.”
“We build the homes in our Adelaide-based facility and when construction is complete, we deliver the home to our client’s site via truck, most recently delivering to
Broken Hill - it is real home delivery. It allows us to provide the MJH product, experience and quality to areas we do not build on site,”said Lachlan.
AllSteel Homes use Supaloc Steel-Framing System and market-leading insulation, providing an affordable, high performance, low energy, sustainable home with a ‘6-Star’ rating.