Built By Blokes to the rescue! Aaron and Chibi have joined the project to assist with securing the trial artwork to the rear wall of the Rainbow Beach Community Hall
The journey continues…
The ongoing saga of the erection of the trial artwork panels onto the rear wall of the community hall hit a bit of a roadblock recently, with key volunteer personnel away interstate and overseas for a period.
To the rescue has come ‘Built By Blokes’, a new startup business venture servicing the local custom timberwork and steel fabrication industries, with not only their resources and wisdom, but also their knowledge of the local conditions.
The exponents of this exciting new joint venture project are Aaron Posadowsky and Chibi Spanton, who are keen to assist with their highly skilled team from the building, carpenter/chippy, and furniture manufacturing industries.
Bringing experience to the fore in all types of construction and fabrication, the Built By Blokes team were the perfect solution to meet the requirements to ensure a stable and strong artwork to be installed for a long life.
All at the Community Centre are very grateful for the kind support of these eager, enthusiastic, and talented local men who are such great examples of the spirit and enthusiasm of the local Rainbow Beach community.
We will be following the progress of the Blokes over the coming days and weeks, and I will be bringing you news of another exciting enterprise they have going called RODGOD in next month’s issue.
Not to lose sight of the original purpose of the trial artwork, which is the Water Tower Mural, we must acknowledge that with a project that requires such rigid adherence to rules and regulations from many bodies, including council, gathering together an increasing band of invested local residents encourages a positive and determined forward momentum to keep us focused on the main prize.