Eastern Suburbs Specialist Builders

Renovating your home or building a new home are major undertakings in both a financial and an emotional sense, so you want to work with someone you can trust and rely on. PGR Projects are experienced builders who have supported many people through new builds and alterations large and small.

Working extensively in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs, PGR Projects are familiar with local council requirements and the particular characteristics of the area.

Whether you are adding a storey, converting an attic space, removing walls to open up your home, updating your kitchen or bathroom … PGR Projects can manage your project to completion.

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Extension and Update Randwick


This semi-detached home in Randwick had not been refurbished since the 1970s. PGR Projects were brought in to extend and open up the back of the house and to add a modern kitchen. The potential of this solid family home was fully realised as illustrated in the before and after pics.


With the owner expecting a child, keeping to the tight schedule was critical.

Top Floor Addition and Extensive Refurbishment


PGR Projects helped turn this Central Coast house into a perfect home for relaxing or entertaining with a top floor addition and extensive refurbishment opening out kitchen and dining spaces, updating bathrooms, and adding style and liveability. The wraparound deck is a favourite feature adding indoor/outdoor space.


Seamlessly combining old and new. Attention to detail and quality finishes were key to making this work.

Empire Bay Knock Down & New Build


This project involved the demolition and removal of an old fibro dwelling to make way for a modern family home. PGR Projects worked closely with the draftsman to design a chic residence with plenty of natural light. The new dwelling takes full advantage of the beautiful bushland setting.


Demolishing the fibro home meant managing the asbestos. The new home was built in stages around a growing family.

Newtown Heritage Renovation


The owner of this single storey cottage in lively inner city Newtown wanted to convert an existing outdoor toilet into an open industrial-style bathroom and laundry. Draftsman Andrew Paterson drew up the plans.

With sustainability in mind, the owner wanted to use a recycled bathtub, recycled flooring and steel rails from an old building site. Simple white brick tiles from floor to ceiling complete the look.


The home was built on an unusual sewer line and PGR Projects had to work closely with the City of Sydney Council to ensure the renovation conformed to the modern building codes and standards.