When Cathy Slater started her own building design firm from her parent’s home in 1980, the quietly spoken 23-year-old had no idea that ‘Plan 2000’ would grow to become the full service, award-winning architectural practice it is today. She had not even considered her business future post 2000 let alone imagined that she would undertake years of study to become a registered architect in her forty’s, employ up to sixteen staff at one time and design some of the Central Coast’s most classic homes and medium density developments. An advocate for best practice in the Australian architectural industry and a successful businesswoman in a male-dominated profession, Cathy is an inspiration, not only to women in traditionally male fields, but to all those who dare to take a leap of faith and start a business from scratch.
Australia’s only Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC) manufacturing plant, is being expanded with an additional state of the art manufacturing line that is set to double the current capacity. CSR first invested on the Central Coast […]
Former Australian cricket Captain Michael Clarke was at the VIP launch of the 24-apartment Viciniti luxury boutique development project to be built at 46 Frederick Street, Point Frederick last month to congratulate the first off-the-plan […]
In recent months Central Coast Council has come up with six possible sites for a Performing Arts Centre for Gosford. Leagues Club Park, Poppy Park, StHilliers site, Kibbleplex, behind the Central Coast Conservatorium, Broadwater Hotel […]