• Car
  • Nova Centre
  • Eynesbury
  • NBN Lidar Survey
  • GP Survey
  • Bell Street
  • Decco Building
  • Grand Prix
  • UD Urban
  • Dot Spec
  • Park Views Lounge
  • Z Boat

Welcome to Taylors

Over 50 years Taylors has developed a reputation for excellence in the areas of Masterplanning and Urban Design, Surveying, GIS, Civil Engineering, Development Strategy and Project Management, and have now grown to a team of almost 100 professionals including town planners, urban designers, architects, landscape architects, civil engineers, licensed surveyors, field surveyors, draftspeople, project coordinators, project managers and development strategists.

We offer a unique integrated and seamless approach to consulting across four core businesses in Urban Development, Built Environments, Infrastructure and Civil Engineering & Project Management.

Having both Australian and international experience, our extensive network extends nationally through Victoria and Queensland, and to the Asia-Pacific region through New Zealand and Indonesia.

Why Choose Taylors?


  • Taylors establish an office in Christchurch, New Zealand
  • Herald Sun | Real Estate - Apartment Living: Decco design to fit right in

Recent News

Apartment Living: Decco Design to fit right in

Developed by Alphalinc and designed by Taylors architect Craig Smart, Decco will take shape on the corner of Marshall St and Lower Heidelberg Rd, about 10km northeast of the CBD, with construction to finish late next year.

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Taylors are now in Christchurch, NZ

Taylors has recently established an Office in Christchurch, New Zealand. We have formed a project joint venture with Quinn Property Group and SEMF to provide an integrated Taylors managed solution to respond to the rebuilding of multi unit residential developments. We will be represented in a full time capacity by Peter Quinn and Shem Curry.

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We are committed to attracting and developing great people to be part of the Taylors journey.

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