As anyone in the building industry knows, residential developments that seem to spring up overnight are in reality the end result of a lot of behind-the-scenes planning. One person who is well aware of the months and even years of work that precede such projects is Tara Xanthopoulos of the South Australian building company, Xtraordinary […]Read More
Welcome to Hebel Matters - a place to educate and inspire architects, designers, builders and homeowners alike as to the amazing benefits of Hebel products and systems.
Residents of a townhouse development in the Melbourne suburb of Greenvale will have all the benefits of one of Hebel’s latest products when they move into their new homes. The builders, Nostra Homes, have opted for the Hebel PowerPanel50 system for the project’s dual zero boundary walls, saving time during the construction process and ensuring […]Read More
The new Hebel PowerPanel50 is receiving a warm welcome from the building industry. Developed by CSR, the Hebel PowerPanel50 sets new standards in construction efficiency for intertenancy and dual zero boundary wall systems for low-rise multi-residential projects, such as townhouses, retirement villages and other similar developments. Among those who are happy with the many benefits […]Read More
“We’ve had a great experience with Hebel.” That’s how Daniel Van Kerckhof sums up the Mosaic Property Group’s association with CSR Hebel during construction of the ‘Lure by Mosaic’ residential development at Newport in Queensland’s Moreton Bay region. Now nearing completion, the development comprises 36 high quality freehold terrace homes located within one of Stockland’s […]Read More
Watching a dream home take shape is an exciting experience for any new home owner. It’s even better when the process is as quick and uncomplicated as possible. Adam and Ben Bindley are well aware of this, which is why Hebel is an integral part of GNL Steel, the business they established two years ago. The […]Read More
A five-storey building in Bellevue Street, Thornleigh, is the latest project of DevelopCraft, a building/developing company launched by Rod Turkmani in 2012. Ideally located across the road from the Thornleigh Shopping Village and about 400 metres from the railway station, the new building comprises 24 stylish units, including four duplexes, with a variety of one, […]Read More
As leaders in urban design, Turner Architects are always ready to explore innovative ideas that can enhance their building projects. The many possibilities offered by Hebel façade systems are therefore attracting increasing interest from the Turner team. “While we have used Hebel a lot over the past few years, until recently our use was mainly […]Read More
At CSR Hebel, we’ve been producing steel reinforced AAC panels for over 25 years. We pride ourselves on continually improving our offering to provide developers and builders with systems that are a better way to design and build.
Because of this, we’re very excited to announce the Hebel PowerPanel50 for Low Rise Multi-Residential Intertenancy and Dual Zero Boundary Wall Systems. This 50mm thick steel reinforced Hebel panel is a revolution in AAC panel manufacture worldwide: installed vertically it’s available in 2.4, 2.7 and 3 metre standard lengths.Read More
Sydney architects and builders are responding with enthusiasm to the boundless design possibilities of Hebel façade systems. And their creative work, combined with Hebel’s versatility, is resulting in some stunning building developments throughout the city. Building facades in suburbs in the north, south, east and west of the city are showcasing the ways in which […]Read More
With the Hebel High Rise Façade system, the creative possibilities are endless. Taking this approach, Stanisic Architects ensured a stunning finish to the landmark Jewel residential project developed by PAYCE and Sekisui House Australia, recently completed at Wentworth Point in Sydney. Hebel was used on both the exterior and interior of the mixed-use development, which […]Read More