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 wild electrical storm left a trail of damage when it tore through South East Queensland in November 2014. Hail, wind and lightening swept over the Moorooka Sports & Community Club causing extensive damage to the entire complex. With hailstones the size of golf balls, the club sustained damage to the roof, restaurant, club rooms, signage, fencing and basically everything external to the building. Appointed by Cunningham Lindsey, our QLD Major Projects team devised a comprehensive plan to enable club operations to continue whilst repairs took place, minimising business interruption.
|Project Type:||Storm Rectification Works|
Towels left in a warmer are believed to have spontaneously combusted and sparked the fire that caused extensive damage to North Adelaide’s Endota Day Spa. Fire crews arrived just after 4am on September 16 2014, and found smoke billowing from the rear of the property. The devastating blaze left large parts of the premises completely gutted, and meant that the popular luxury day spa was forced to close its doors for the duration of the repair and reinstatement works. Bay Building Services Adelaide were able to hand back the keys to the Endota team just 7 weeks after commencement of internal fitout works on site.
|Location:||North Adelaide, SA|
Victoria’s popular spa country tourist attraction, The Boathouse, Daylesford was gutted by fire in December 2013. The catastrophic blaze resulted in the property being completed gutted, with only the front facade left standing and insurers reporting a 100% loss. Teams from Bay Building Services Bendigo and our Bay Major Projects team were appointed soon after the event to carry out the monumental task of demolition and rebuilding this iconic, complex property ensuring that it is now reborn even better than ever.
A devastating accidental blaze started by a wayward fireplace ember resulted in extensive fire damage to a family home on Walnut Avenue, Mildura. Consequently the entire house required extensive demolition and rebuilding, including 25% of the roof frame. Having just sold the property, the fire was particularly distressing for the owner as it resulted in the sale being cancelled.