ESTABLISHED IN 2012, AUSTRALIAN OWNED DNL INTERIORS SPECIALISES IN MODULAR BATHROOM INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE, COMMERCIAL PLASTERING AND CARPENTRY.
Operating Australia wide, the company has built a profile as a leading provider of modular bathroom pod installations. A 2018 project entailing the bathroom fit-outs at the new Journal Uni Place building in Leicester Street, Carlton (Melbourne) demonstrates the company’s expertise.
DNL Interiors installed a total of 782 bathroom pods at Journal Uni Place. A team of professional carpenters began the loading, sequencing and installation of the modular bathroom pods in late February 2018, with the process fully completed within four months, says DNL Interiors Director Dennis Popov.
“DNL Interiors’ long track record and experience in the installation of modular bathrooms results in significant cost and time savings on commercial projects,” he says. “We’ve refined our loading and installation process to offer optimal efficiencies.”
“Perfecting the process has occurred over the past five years, during which time we installed over 3,200 pods in large scale developments. This experience was an important factor in meeting the tight construction program and weekly target schedule at Journal Uni Place. An average of 64 pods was fully loaded and installed per week.”
DNL’s pods for a wide range of projects are now produced by leading pod manufacturer Interpod Offsite, with whom DNL has collaborated for several years, perfecting its methodology in the process.
Other significant projects for DNL Interiors include Scape Student Accommodation for Built (728 Pods) and the Monash University Clayton Campus also for Multiplex (950 pods), Popov confirms.
“Having grown a company with the skills and personnel for this specialised area of the market, we’re now in a position to consistently deliver projects of all sizes on time and within budget.”■