With over 25 years experience in the field, the ability to call on a range of expertise across the team and our industry contacts; you can be assured that a Disability Modifications designed project is entirely realistic and achievable. We don’t sell dreams, we just design and build real world solutions to meet your individual requirements.
Typical builders excel at designing standard buildings for general access; however access and mobility requirements for the disabled and elderly require a wholly different approach to many aspects of your building – Disability Modifications has specialised in this field for over 25 years.
Our team is second to none – we’re licensed builders, every member has a career of experience (and the maturity that comes with it), and is sensitive to your individual situation. We cover all trades; including carpenters, plumbers, electricians, brick layers, concreters, roofers and engineers.
Disability Modifications is a leading specialist builder for several national insurers, the Department of Housing, Qbuild, Veteran Affairs, Disability Services and many other agencies/organisations.
Disability Modifications, and specifically Director Chris Lok, is a recognised subject matter expert and experienced in providing expert testimony in legal proceedings.
Disability Modifications regularly works with engineering and architecture firms in designing mobility- and access-focused solutions.
Disability Modifications operates independent of any one supplier or product, focusing entirely on the best outcome for you and/or your client.
Our analysis and reporting service is based solely on providing our expert view; regardless of the builder or products used, Disability Modifications’ analysis will ensure the outcome designed is the best one for your requirements.
Working in the field, across a range of skills and industry contacts; you can be assured that Disability Modifications’ designs, quotes and plans are accurate.
We provide our analysis and design work as if we has been asked to deliver the project ourselves – which we typically are, once our reports are received!