building a stronger
Canberra for tomorrow

Shaw Wines Cellar Door. National Commercial/Industrial Construction award, Under $5 Million


Pier Projects was established in 2016, as an extension of revered Canberra residential building company Classic Constructions. 

Drawing on over 15 years in the industry, backed by a loyal team of trades, we are experts in delivering boutique commercial buildings that combine distinctive design and superior functionality. 

Our past projects demonstrate our meticulous approach to project management and construction, while managing stakeholder involvement and exceeding our clients’ expectations throughout all stages of the build lifecycle.


Pier Projects is a specialist commercial construction company. We are driven by a passion to build the Canberra we want to live in tomorrow, with a commitment to:

  • exceptional quality
  • sustainable building practices
  • efficient project management
  • boutique design

Our team understands the importance of meeting outcomes on time and on budget. We form lasting relationships with our clients, working in partnership to achieve their vision – from initial concept right through to completion.


We understand that successful outcomes are only achieved with open and transparent communication and trust. 

At Pier Projects, we take an inclusive approach, meaning you are on the inside with our professionals throughout the entire project. We keep you informed every step of the way, with regular and detailed updates on schedule, scope and budget.  

Our goal is to make your idea buildable by applying our expertise in innovative ways to help you achieve your commercial project goals. 

“The construction team quickly recognised that I knew what I was wanting to achieve as an end result and cooperated in such a collaborative way to achieve that vision despite me probably causing them many sleepless nights. The combination of the building fabric and interior design meshed so well and combined with the delivery of the construction has culminated in a building that has exceeded my expectations, a first since I entered the construction industry in 1968.”

Graeme Shaw, Shaw Vineyard Estate

“Working with Kevin is always professional and constructive. Kevin is practical in his approach and considers client requirements in his decision making. I found Kevin to be a capable leader with strong project management skills and at the same time personable and professional”

Christine Allard, Director, Facilities and Services, The Australian National University
Kevin Tanchevski was the project manager for this project.


We specialise in managing niche commercial projects through the proper coordination and control of planning, design, safety, resourcing and construction. 

We work to clear objectives, accurately defining scope, budget and schedule. Our aim is to optimise performance and enhance support efficiency through the effective procurement of labour, materials and equipment. 

Work Health and Safety is at the forefront of all that we do. A safe project is a rewarding project, and we employ best practice to ensure compliance with WHS legislation at all times.  

Delivery Services

  • Design and Construct Management 
  • Construction Management 
  • Fixed Cost Construction
  • Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) 

Key sectors

  • Multi Residential
  • Accommodation
  • Education
  • Hospitality
  • Sport and Entertainment
  • Commercial and Workplace
  • Health


Bringing complex boutique commercial designs to life is what gets us up in the morning.  We are as excited about new and challenging projects as our clients – embracing their vision as we put our skills, experience and competence to work, turning great concepts into reality. 


Some of our recent projects include the Shaw Vineyard Cellar Door, Health Hub and our current project Norrebro. Learn more about these projects below.


Let us bring your vision to life.

Kevin Tanchevski
Phone. (02) 6225 4167

Unit 1, 157 Flemington Road Mitchell
PO Box 390 Mitchell Act 2911


ABN. 25 613 680 130
ACN. 613 680 130

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