They say innovation is relative to time. At Hansen Yuncken, we have a history of it. In 1929, we invented a suspended scaffold to replaster the domed ceiling at Melbourne’s State Library. In 1985, we converted Adelaide Railway Station into a casino while the trains were still running below. And in 2011, we managed to etch our way into the side of a peninsula on the banks of the picturesque Derwent River, giving life to the globally iconic MONA – Museum of Old and New Art.
While we can’t predict every detail of our future, we can tell you about the foundations that have fostered our successful past. Our collaborations are open and fair. Our people are and always will be some of the best in the industry. Our projects are timely. And our mission is to expand and diversify our sector by bringing the wisdom of age and the agility of problem solving to every project we touch. If innovation is relative, we’ll be relating for a long time – past present and into the far-flung future.