Adam Spadaccini

Building is in Adam’s blood. The son of Italian migrant parents, Adam grew up spending school holidays watching his dad at work for the family building business, passing bricks and growing an appreciation for his work ethic. Despite being good with numbers, Adam passed up the chance to study as an accountant or stockbroker to chase his inner passion for building – and he’s never looked back since. Today, it’s all the small things that motivate Adam. Handing over the keys and sharing the client’s emotion after seeing a deeply personal vision come to life. Seeing the home go ‘live’ with electricity, as if the heart of the house has been switched on. And just like his father, Adam’s old school values remind him that every day is the chance to make the client remember their experience for all the right reasons.


Matthew Kriskovich

Like Adam, Matthew was brought up in a construction environment, his father a qualified cabinetmaker and joiner of over 50 years. After the family moved to Perth from Auckland in 1983, Matthew would help his dad out on weekends and during school holidays, going to the factory or helping out onsite. Brought up in a similar area to Adam, the pair knew of each other from a young age. Then after finishing high school, Matthew landed a part-time labourer job with Spadaccini Homes, the business of Adam’s brother Rob. Growing up together, Matthew and Adam share common values, goals and work ethic, so it was only natural that they would go on to start AMG Home Builders together and enhance the lives on many.  


Tony Galante

Tony brings to AMG Home Builders 15 years of home experience. Like Adam and Matthew, Tony loves asking questions to understand the lives of others and, ultimately, design a better home. For Tony, drawing isn’t just a job – he really loves the process of taking a blank sheet of white paper, not knowing what it could be tomorrow, and turning it into something new and exciting. “I get a big kick out of knowing that I’ve made a difference. Building is a minefield of potential explosions and guiding one through that field is always a challenge. But, when you get them to the other side (relatively) unscathed, it brings a big smile on my face.”