Amicus Interiors Welcome Its New QLD Project Director

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Monday, July 21st, 2014
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Amicus Interiors, welcomes Richard Wiseman as its new Project Director for Queensland. Richard has a strong background in sales, construction and refurbishment working on a number of high profile projects in both Australia and the UK.

“I’m really looking forward to working with the Amicus team, tapping into its excellent knowledge of the industry, modern systems and unique approach to fit outs,” said Mr Richard Wiseman, Project Director for Queensland.

Richard started his career in the UK, receiving his National Diploma in Construction from the Colchester Institute before working for a joinery company in London installing high-end residential fittings.

Settling in Queensland Australia in 2001 Richard worked as a sales consultant and project manager at BSF Shopfitting for over three years. In this time the business became the preferred contractor for Westfield completing many of the company’s fitouts throughout Queensland. The business also undertook fit outs for Blink Optical, Bay Audio, The Tea Centre and became heavily involved as the preferred contractor for the Robina Town Centre and Mt Ommaney Shopping Centre developments.

Richard then moved to Priority Building as a project manager selling and completing a number of projects. These included the Bennelong/ Downer EDI refurbishment which involved a $4 million redevelopment of an old site in Woolongabba where an internal fit out, installation of a lift and 17 bathroom renovations took place.

His time at Priority Building also saw Richard involved in the Da Vinci Business Park project overseeing the completion of 14 fit outs in two years including Mitsubishi, Ericsson, Baskin Robbins, Adagold and Pierlite.

Richard also worked on the $2.3 million relocation of LG Super on Ann St in central Brisbane as well as the $400,000 End of Trip Facility in South Brisbane, which involved the design and fit out of a complex basement amenities.

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