Coffs Harbour Regional Airport
When, in 1999, the Coffs Harbour City Council started work on the $4 million expansion of the Coffs Harbour Regional Airport terminal, Adam's Sawmill took great pride in being asked to supply the timber for the feature ceiling.
Designed by Coffs harbour architectural firm, Vil Brickman Architects, the terminal accommodates approximately 320,000 passengers every year and is the busiest regional facility in New South Wales.
Described by travellers as "the best airport on the east coast of Australia" and an "absolutely beautiful airport" the terminal features a vaulted ceiling lined with magnificent flooded gum, supplied and milled by Adam's Sawmill.
Adam's Sawmill was also proud to supply indigenous hardwoods to the Urunga Boardwalk extension.
The boardwalk extension was designed to provide safe and practical access to the local beach and also protect the adjacent sand dunes and fragile wetland from pedestrian traffic.
The 400-metre extension increased the total length to almost a kilometre, allowing locals and visitors to Urunga to comfortably walk to the mouth of the Bellinger River and view coastal salt marsh and endangered ecological communities along the way.
The wheelchair-accessible boardwalk affords stunning views of the surrounding coastal dunes and their ecosystems and ends with a platform overlooking the ocean.
Adam's Sawmill is also a supplier of various landscaping timbers, woodchip and eucalyptus mulch to the Coffs Harbour City Council and other local authorities for a number of beautification projects.