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CSS covers a lot of ground. As a one-stop shop for businesses and entrepreneurs, CSS takes the stress out of bringing your vision to life. Here on our projects page, you can get insight into how we function, how we approach problems, and what we aim to bring into the world.

Each of our teams will share how we make the picture whole, and bring a new level of service unmatched in the industry from project management and maintenance through to the aprons your kitchen staff need.

6/11/2018 | Project Journal: Surry Hills
By: Sean Kramer

Creating the newest 

Domino's flagship for Sydney

This 250sqm Domino's is a statement piece paying homage to the old bar previously inhabiting this on-trend inner city space.

As one of the largest QSR's in Australia (and the world) Domino's is always trying to push the expectations placed on the industry. Their ambitious vision in an up-market growing inner city space would bring many challenges to our Construction team, including working side-by-side with the new high profile Light Rail Project in Sydney. Eager to showcase the ingenuity of CSS, project manager Tim Capra took lead and pulled together the most reputable Engineers, Consultants and Designers with our in-house Town Planner to overcome Sydney Council's demanding restrictions.

28/11/2018 | Project Journal: Chermside
By: Sean Kramer

Bringing Pizza to Chermside: 

Overcoming Challenges

When a new Domino's Pizza Store set eyes on the first floor of a residential apartment building it came with a few complications which CSS had to overcome.

The site in Chermside, QLD, was a vacant space and came with a set of challenges. With the design calling for a state of the art open hood canopy to house the pizza ovens, all in view of customers, Project Manager Brandon Svedinek overcame the limitations to handover on schedule.

Due to being an existing residential apartment building, the roof was full of piping and ventilation which had to be worked around extensively. This included tearing and rebuilding elements so that the store could have a proper exhaust system.