Vistek Engineers

Vistek is a structural engineering firm that offers design and advisory services to the residential, commercial and industrial sectors.

We work on projects that cut across differing complexities and scale. However, our focus is always on developing deep relationships with our clients, therefore allowing us to bring genuine value to their businesses.

CLT and mass timber

At Vistek Engineers we are committed to sharing our expertise in cross-laminated timber (CLT) and mass timber with others. CLT and Mass Timber are sustainable and high quality building materials. Significantly, they can also be simpler to build and commercially viable compared to conventional structures. This presents exciting new possibilities for the construction industry.

Projects on Woodsolutions

a building with a triangular shaped roof

Point Lonsdale Surf Club

Point Lonsdale Surf Life Saving Club is a beloved public asset, having served the community for 70+ years. With the existing clubhouse no longer fit-for-purpose, a new two-storey building was urgently needed.
a building with a lawn and trees in front of it

Nunawading Community Hub

Nunawading Community Hub is a multi-functional community and sports precinct housed under an impressive timber truss roof, spanning 23 metres.
a kitchen with a large island and stools

Royd Clan's House

A sculptural home in the Barrabool Hills outside of Geelong references the rocky topology of the surrounding environment.
a person standing in a kitchen

Union House

A vibrant family home in Brunswick seamlessly mixes mass timber construction with a rich palette of materials and textures.
a room with a roof and shelves

CLT House

A multigenerational family home has been given a new life with an extension built primarily from emerging cross laminated timber (CLT) technology.
a tall building with glass windows

B01 55 Southbank Boulevard

A defining new landmark for Melbourne, this vertical extension over an existing 6-storey building used the latest in timber construction technology to attain new levels in sustainable design.
a living room with a table and chairs

B06 752 High Street

Construction commenced in 2019 and is expected to be completed in 15 months (September 2020), with the 5 floors of CLT erected in October 2019. The architect and his client are excited to be part of a natural and sustainable way of building that contributes to higher density residential development with a passive solar design and shared rooftop deck that will encourage a sense of community.

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