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 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.
In January 2016, a fire engulfed the Saffron Café & Restaurant in Port Adelaide, causing extensive damage to both the building and its contents. The fire started in a pizza oven in the commercial kitchen and quickly spread throughout the building as well as to a neighbouring business. Due to the extensive damage, it was necessary to remove all contents and place them in storage throughout the duration of the works. The salvageable items including a variety of commercial kitchen equipment were then cleaned and returned to the restaurant upon completion of the works.
|Location:||Port Adelaide, SA|
|Project Type:||Commercial Restaurant|
In January 2016, this industrial tyre recycling plant suffered extensive damage caused by a devastating blaze. With significant loss of rent and Business Interruption associated with this claim, along with the risk of market share loss to competitors, the Bay Major Projects team were appointed to deliver an effective reinstatement solution for all stakeholders which would minimise the impact to the factory operations.
In January 2016 following a significant electrical fire, the Bay Major Projects team was appointed to carry out large scale reinstatement works at this extensive 10,000 square metre recreational centre. The complex houses the YMCA and multiple sub tenants. Following our engagement on this project, the team mobilised trades to site within 24 hours to immediately commence full strip out works. With numerous stakeholders involved, the clear objective for the team was to minimise business interruption and ensure the resumption of trade as quickly as possible. Working closely with all stakeholders, the team devised a reinstatement plan allowing them to progressively hand over completed sections as they were reinstated, allowing tenants to commence operations again as quickly as possible.
|Project Type:||Fire Rectification|