Building a new home is more than a service, it’s a privilege according to AMG Home Builders

The team at AMG Home builders. From left: Rob Spadaccini, Adam Spadaccini, Tony Galante, Violetta Zirra and Matt Kriskovich.
The team at AMG Home builders. From left: Rob Spadaccini, Adam Spadaccini, Tony Galante, Violetta Zirra and Matt Kriskovich.

WHILE AMG Home Builders may be a relatively new name in the home-building industry, it is backed by of one of Perth’s top building companies and has a leadership team with many years experience.

Director Rob Spadaccini grew up on building sites and decided he wanted to be a builder at an early age.

By 23 he had completed his diploma of builders registration and went on to found Spadaccini Homes, which is well regarded as a luxury home builder.

Two years ago Mr Spadaccini, together with his brother Adam and Matthew Kriskovich, saw an opportunity to introduce a premium home building company, targeting homes from $600,000 to $1.5 million.

Adam Spadaccini said the aim was to continue the multi-award winning building practices that had made Spadaccini Homes one of the most awarded builders in Australia.

“We believe building a new home is more than a service, it’s a privilege, and we also wanted our clients to be confident they were dealing with a team that genuinely had their best interests at heart while working with them every step of the way,” he said.

Rob and Adam Spadaccini and Mr Kriskovich are all registered builders and together they have a combined experience of more than 60 years in the industry and a host of accolades to their names.

Like his brother Rob, Adam Spadaccini grew up spending school holidays working with his dad at the family’s building company, passing bricks and developing his work ethic.

His skill with numbers could have seen him become an accountant or stockbroker, but he followed his passion for building instead.

“It’s all about the small things – handing over the keys, sharing the clients’ emotion and seeing a deeply personal vision come to life,” he said.

Matthew Kriskovich also grew up in a construction environment. His father was a qualified cabinet maker and joiner.

He too would help out on weekends and school holidays and developed a keen interest in the building industry. After finishing high school he began working with Spadaccini Homes, progressing to building supervisor and then becoming a registered builder.

Although the team have been operating for only two years, they have already made their mark on the industry, with a Mt Pleasant home nominated as a finalist in the 2018 Master Builders Association WA awards.

“It’s a great outcome for a new company, but awards are just one part of the equation,” Rob Spadaccini said.

“We pride ourselves on developing a deep and close working relationship with all of our clients and our success is evident with the constant positive feedback we receive.”

The company’s aim is to build about 12 to 15 homes per year, a goal it is already achieving.

This number enables the team to maintain their commitment to providing an outstanding level of service and build a one-on-one relationship with their clients.

Over the next 10 years the goal is to continue the award-winning building procedures that have made Spadaccini Homes so successful and to be recognised in their own right as a leading premium builder in the marketplace.