Finch Projects are a Sydney-based company specialising in hospitality, commercial, medical, education and high-end residential joinery. Their impressive project folio is a testament to their commitment to craftsmanship – the company prides itself on the wide variety of manufacturing methods employed by their skilled team of trades and is always up for a construction challenge.

The genuinely bespoke nature of their work made PYTHA 3D CAD an obvious choice for Directors Daniel and Vanessa Finch. They began using the software in 2015 and haven’t looked back. The full customisation capacity of PYTHA allows Finch Projects’ growing team of drafters to produce detailed and accurate shop drawings for a seamless transition to the CNC machines.

The Duck & Rice restaurant fit-out is just one example of a complex construction project in the Finch folio. The incredible detail in this striking bar design was handled beautifully by the Finch Projects team. The trade-based knowledge of their highly skilled drafties combined with the full functionality of PYTHA 3D CAD allowed the company to execute this project flawlessly.

Future-proofing Finch Projects

Daniel and Vanessa have an impressive forward-thinking philosophy in their very successful and growing business. Skilled tradespeople are transitioned from the factory floor to the CAD room, and their practical cabinetmaking knowledge adds great value to the planning-to-production process.

Additionally, by investing in the training offered by Pytha Partners and encouraging participation in the Pytha Lunch and Learn sessions, these smart business owners are ensuring they get the full potential from both their team and the software. They keep a close eye on new version updates and know when an upgrade will save them time and money.

Here at Pytha Partners, we’re grateful to have businesses like Finch Projects on our customer list. We look forward to being a part of their journey for many years to come.

(Check out more of the Finch Projects portfolio here, or follow them on instagram to see what they’re working on today.)