Master Builders Queensland have represented and served the Queensland building and construction industry for over 125 years. With 11,000 members, Master Builders will continue to strengthen their industry presence and public profile for the benefit of all members.
The IBC currently has a membership base of over 200, of which Building Matters Queensland is one. This Division was a founding member of the MBA National Building Consultants. Members of the IBC have met acceptable industry standards for professional competence, professional ethics and client care. Expertise of Members covers of a wide range of specialised areas in the construction industry to provide a complete range of varied services to the community and the building and construction industry.
The HIA is Australia’s largest residential building organisation. Members include builders, trade contractors, design professionals, kitchen and bathroom specialists, manufacturers and suppliers.
HIA is the Housing Industry Association – the voice of Australia’s home building industry.
QBCC’s charter is to regulate the building industry through the licensing of contractors, educate consumers about their rights and obligations, make contractors aware of their legal rights and responsibilities, handle disputes fairly and equitably, protect consumers against loss through statutory insurance, implement and enforce legislative reforms and where necessary prosecute persons not complying with the law.
The Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal is an independent decision-making body for resolving consumer and industry related disputes and reviewing administrative decision fairly, quickly, economically and informally.
Members include Building Consultants, Architects, Engineers, Solicitors, Barristers, Arbitrators, Builders, Quantity Surveyors and others having a direct or indirect interest in the resolution of disputes within the building, construction and engineering industries. BDPS provides a forum for discussion of problems affecting the resolution of disputes arising out of building and engineering works, advances the knowledge and expertise of members, and advances reform in the law relating to such disputes as well as the administration in this law.
UDIA is Australia’s peak representative body for all segments of the urban development industry. UDIA is a federation of five state associations that aim to promote the urban development industry in achieving sustainable urban development.
REIQ has been the state’s peak professional association for the real estate industry since 1918.
House of Stars believes that living in natural comfort should be one of the most serious considerations when building, designing or buying an existing home. Helen Armstrong’s commitment to energy efficiency and sustainable housing drives her to identify, inform and educate others in the value of these ideals to our community, and to our environment for the long term.
Pro-Check Building Services offer Residential Pre-Purchase/Pre-Sale and New Home Building Inspections (handovers) that include a detailed building report of your property. The Director, Ray Hardy, has been in the building industry for over 30 years and is a member of Queensland Master Builders and the Institute of Building Consultants.
JDMA provides independent property valuations and advice to help clients make wise property decisions when buying, selling or renovating residential real estate in the greater Brisbane area.
The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) is a not-for-profit organisation which promotes and improves the construction industry by the advancement of women within it, and offers members an opportunity to expand personal and business networks, maintain awareness of industry developments, improve skills and knowledge, and make a contribution to other women in the construction industry.