From designing our modular buildings to documenting the designs for construction and from coordinating the many trades in our factory to making sure the building materials arrive on time, it takes an amazing crew of people to run Modscape.
Today we introduce Chris McRae, Modscape’s Sales & Design Consultant.
Tell us a little about what you do at Modscape?
For anyone who is interested in building a modular home and wants to discuss a specific project, I’m their first point of contact. I answer any questions they might have about our unique method of modular construction and show them around our display suite, factory and finishes area. I also provide a detailed breakdown of indicative costings, so clients have some numbers to crunch before guiding them through to the next stage of our process.
What do you like about working at Modscape?
For me it is a beautiful mix of three things I value and enjoy – architecture, construction and customer service. It is so exciting to see where each client’s custom design ends up and watch them come to life first hand. Having the design office, display suite and construction facility all at the one site not only provides a great experience for our clients, but also offers a valuable work environment conducive to constant collaboration and learning.
What’s your background?
I studied Interior Design at RMIT then worked on bespoke residential projects for several years post my degree. I also have experience working for designer furniture and lighting firms as well as a property developer.
What are the values that drive you?
In terms of work, helping others is certainly at the forefront, along with providing reliable, positive and honest assistance to our clients.
What do you enjoy doing when you are not working?
Art (I paint when I can), gym, movies, gigs, travel, and of course spending time with family and friends.
Favourite design magazine or blog?
I really enjoy The Design Files. There are so many articles on a mix of subjects including art, architecture, food, film etc., which keeps me well occupied.