StruXi Design is a well established building design business offering a full service for residential and commercial design, development and construction projects. We specialise in cohesive Building Design and Interior Design for home owners, property developers, government bodies, and commercial entities. While being based in beautiful Toowoomba, our award winning service covers South East Queensland in general, extending through to central and north Queensland areas, including Roma, Mitchell, St George and Mackay. At StruXi, we want your project to exceed your expectations, and our team works collectively to achieve that goal. Read more.
As one of the largest design companies in South East Queensland, StruXi can design jobs of any size and type. Our systems are effective, streamlined, and developed specifically to be able to successfully manage any step along the path of residential or commercial design, and we have the resources to back it up. Our recent wins at the Queensland Building Design Awards (National, State & Regional) shows that our design skills are cutting edge, bold, yet practical. StruXi was the winner of the Professional & Business category in the Toowoomba Business Excellence Awards, illustrating that we listen to our clients, delivering their requirements, and meeting their briefs. Everything we do, we do well. Read More
The team at StruXi feels very strongly about giving back to the community at large, and supports various groups including Kath Dickson Child Care Centre, CareFlight, Toowoomba Mountaineers, and the Toowoomba Bears Rugby Club. The organisation also understands the importance of being part of local industry and business groups, both in the local region, and across South East Queensland. The groups include Building Designers Association Queensland, the Urban Development Institute of Australia, and the Toowoomba Chamber of Commerce. We believe in the importance of continuous improvement, ongoing professional development, and being exposed to inspirational ideas. Read More
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