For more than 20 years now Privium Group has been working hard on building community and helping Australians realise their dreams of owning a home.
It began in 1996, when builders Rob Harder and Andrew Clement collaborated on their first project in South East Queensland. Together, they formed a company with a vision of becoming Australia’s leading residential housing supplier. Since then the business has made great strides towards achieving that goal, expanding its operations to include locations across Queensland, New South Wales, and Victoria.
Privium Group now offers more services than ever before. We are proud to operate not only as leading providers of residential housing, but to also supply a range of products and services that span the entire industry, including construction, investment solutions, housing developments, consulting, and civil development services.
From humble beginnings as a grassroots company, Privium has grown into one of Eastern Australia’s premier builders, with our founding partners continuing to take part in the daily functions of the business. With the support of our partners in the supply and finance sectors, we aim to provide high quality, competitively priced housing to the market for many years to come.
Robert Harder commenced building under the current QBCC (previously BSA) license
Andrew Clement, James Harder and Robert Harder undertake first joint venture together. Impact started operations as a spec builder to the owner-occupier market, trading under the name “Vogue Homes”
Robert Harder develops and releases iHub, Impact’s proprietary software that tracks the build process
Impact Homes is incorporated
Global Financial Crisis Vogue Homes is closed and the construction of owner-occupier homes ceases. Impact Homes becomes the sole building focus building efficiency and erosions
Impact shifts focus to investment properties
Neil and Don Wormwell commenced working with Impact Homes. Impact launches Impact Developments and Impact Civil divisions of business
Donald Wormwell, Neil Wormwell and Scott Arthur merge with Impact, bringing sale and land acquisitions in house. Impact commences operating in New South Wales
Impact launches Impact RES, a property management and maintenance division
Launched Integra Homes to target the owner occupier market. First display home constructed and opened in North Lakes, Brisbane. Impact commences operating in Melbourne
Impact raises $45 million bond with FIGG to continue to expand into Melbourne, NSW and into townhouse development
Impact tops the list of Queensland home builders, with 1,074 starts and comes in at #10 in Australia (when excluding multi-unit builders), with 1,307 starts. HIA names Impact as the 3rd biggest mover in the country, up 28% on the previous year’s numbers. JOII Ltd, a not-for-profit organisation is registered
Impact tops the list of Queensland home builders, with 964 starts and comes in at #8 in Australia (when excluding multi-unit builders), with 1,525 starts. Canvas Designer Homes is launched