1/90 Brunel Rd, Seaford VIC 3198, Australia
90 Brunel Road Seaford VI
(03) 9785 7666
Monday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
About the business
Prime Projects Construction
Prime Projects Construction, Three generations in the making.
Reviews for Prime Projects Constructions
Be the first to write a review for Prime Projects Constructions. Start your review today
Recent Google Reviews
Prime Projects did wonderful job building my property in the west of Melbourne. I've been absolutely delighted with it and they were very helpful throughout the whole experience.
BEWARE. DO NOT USE THESE GUYS TO BUILD. THEY DUG THROUGH OUR POLISHED CONCRETE DUE TO A PIPE THEY FORGOT TO PUT IN THE SLAB. AFTER MANY EMAILS BACK AND FORTH TO MAKE SURE THE CONCRETE IS KEPT SAFE AND IT WASNT. THEY ARE REFUSING TO PAY THE COMPANY THAT FIXED IT AND IM NOW BEING SUED FOR NOT PAYING THE BILL EVEN THOUGH IT WASNT MY FAULT. STORM WATER WASNT EVEN CONNECTED AND NEARLY FLOODED THE HOUSE.
Terrible. Maintence people are not qualified & make things worse! Flooding, cracks, holes, terrible workmanship - & Prime still believe they’ve done right??!! Would be nice to get a return phone call or help from a manager/director after the build with all the problems. They don’t care!!!! STAY AWAY!!!
Latest News Headlines
Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa revealed on Friday that K-pop star TOP and DJ Steve Aoki will be among the eight crew members he plans to take on a trip around the moon as soon as next year, hitching a ride on one of Elon Musk's SpaceX rockets.
There is word they were contemplating a deal for $400 million-plus over 14 years that would have taken Aaron Judge to 44 years old.
Steve Cohen and his Mets team are not done spending yet.
A few inches of snow is expected from Sunday into Monday across the interior Northeast, including much of New York state, northern Pennsylvania and western New England.
Florida Democratic Rep.-elect Maxwell Frost, the first member of Generation Z elected to Congress, said on Thursday that he was denied an apartment rental in Washington, DC, because of his “really bad” credit.