History and Capabilities
Peter Mason entrepreneur and problem solver established Ducon in 2002 and have since grown the team who are well versed in a variety of services that exceed the expectations of our clients.
We place a priority on recruiting the best and brightest in the industry and retaining these valued team members in a supportive and enjoyable work culture.
Ducon has substantial experience and capability in managing and delivering a diverse range of projects for reputable clients from public and private sectors such as Transport, Health, Education, Public Buildings and Facilities, Emergency, Commercial and Infrastructure.
Ducon was formed with the purpose of delivering quality works that adds value to clients’ property assets within the Victorian building market.
The projects department focuses on;
- All building and maintenance work
- Differentiating ourselves from our competitors by providing ‘big builder’ thinking and solutions on lower scale projects
- Projects that require a Project Manager, Contract Administrator and Site Supervisor to achieve a unique outcome
- Expert analysis of existing infrastructure in any project we undertake, means our multi-skilled team, supplemented with carefully selected subcontractors can offer a range of property solutions.
The service department focuses on smaller projects such as;
- Scheduled and term maintenance contracts
- Call-outs (including emergency make safe 24 hours)
- Minor refurbishments and fit outs
- Quoted minor projects
- Building ‘health checks’
- Rectification works
- Hourly rate labour supply
- Essential Safety Measure works
Ducon Building Solutions has the structure and resources to handle multiple projects simultaneously without jeopardising quality, customer experience or service.
Our philosophy is to ‘make building easier’. This is demonstrated through our delivery of solution based projects.
Our approach is solution resolving; we are constantly communicating our progress, keeping our time commitments and completing our jobs to client’s expectations. “The Ducon Way”