Bay Building Group are proud to deliver a broad range of both domestic and commercial projects to the highest possible standard across Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia. Here are a number of our projects that have been recently completed.
A major fire at the BALCO hay bale processing plant in regional South Australia resulted not only in millions of dollars’ worth of damages to the plant but also devastated the surrounding farming community and export markets that relied on the hay to feed their dairy cows. Once appointed Bay Building Major Projects proceeded with a full demolition of 6670m2 original building where numerous cranes were used including one that was required to hold 95 tonnes to move baling equipment. Strong winds, extreme heat, size of the site and specialist equipment being used made the works challenging.
|Project Type:||Restoration of Processing Plant|
The heritage listed West Maling house in Penshurst was damaged following severe storms in New South Wales. This beautiful Tudor Style Heritage Building was built circa 1888. During the storms a number of the original roof tiles became dislodged and due to the age of the building, it sustained internal water damage as well as damage to some of the roof battens.
The Bay Building Services NSW team worked closely with all parties involved to ensure that the rectification works completed to approximately 105m2 roof complied with all regulations and requirements for this heritage listed building. All works were arranged so that the centre remained fully operational throughout.
|Project Type:||Heritage Listed House|
In March 2017, Patterson Lakes Library and Community Centre suffered extensive fire damage. The community centre houses a number of community facilities including a library, numerous meeting rooms, offices, halls (including a 335sqm gymnasium), kitchens and community lounge. Bay Major Projects and Linx Restoration Services were appointed to carry out crucial make safe works and then further appointed to carry out reinstatement repairs. Throughout, the team worked with all parties to ensure the centre was operational as quickly as possible thereby limiting disruption to the community and loss of the much-needed income. The centre has now been fully restored to create a safe and welcoming community hub.
|Location:||Patterson Lakes, VIC|
|Project Type:||Fire Rectification|
A storm that hit the Hastings region of the Mornington Peninsula caused widespread property damage and left more than 20,000 homes and businesses without power. The Somerville Mechanics Institute Hall was the one of the hardest hit properties, with the entire roof being completely sheered off. The hall’s timber floor was also severely water damaged by rain, as were most interior spaces within the premises. The Bay Major Projects team swung into action following initial Council make-safe works, and ensured that the site was carefully restored to its pre disaster condition.