Blacktown City, a modern bustling city of 48 residential suburbs, Blacktown City is home to 340,000 people, making it the second largest city by population in NSW.
Whether you’re building big or small, our team of experienced planners and designers can work alongside you to achieve the maximum yield of a site to ensure a profitable and feasible development.
The Sahyoun family has been in the building industry since 1968 and it was no surprise that the youngest son, Jeffrey followed in the family tradition and qualiﬁed as a Builder in 1993.In 2005 Jeffrey, together with other business associates, formed a new company – Sirius Maintenance Pty Ltd, now Sirius Consolidated Pty Ltd – its main aim being to create a well balanced company which would be able to tender, win and deliver on time products for Government agencies.
The Sahyoun family has been in the building industry since 1968 and so it was no surprise that the youngest son, Jeffrey, followed in the family tradition, qualifying as a builder in 1993. Jeffrey Sahyoun took the hard-won wisdom from a successful family construction business and combined it with the aesthetic innovations and technological advances of the modern industry.
Suite 3, No. 8, Bridge St, Granville NSW 2142
PO Box 183, Granville NSW 2142
Established in 1983, Trade Wind has a strong presence in the construction industry and is proud of its service in the field. Trade Wind operates primarily in the Sydney Metropolitan area with over 30 years of experience, we pride ourselves on being a recognised, well respected and trusted company. Since its inception in the early eighties, Trade Wind has grown gradually in both size and notoriety. The company’s core beliefs of integrity, quality workmanship and reliability coupled with its focus on professionalism, passion and high standards make Trade Wind a reputable name in the industry.
By any measure, the story of Blacktown Workers Club is a proud record of achievement. Its continuing success is a result of its strong relationship to its members and the community from which it has grown and its relevance and value as a recreational, sporting, entertainment and social icon in Sydney’s burgeoning west.
55 Campbell Street,
Blacktown NSW 2148