Building resources

Industry associations

National

  • Master Builders Australia is the major Australian building and constructing industry association, promoting the viewpoints and interests of the building and construction industry. Master Builders Australia has offices in all capital cities and major regional cities of Australia.

Australian Capital Territory

  • Master Builders Association of the ACT

    Master Builders Association of the ACT is part of the national Master Builders Federation. 

    Master Builders ACT supports and represents members from five sectors, these are:
    • Residential Builders
    • Commercial Builders
    • Civil Contractors
    • Sub-Contractors/Trade-Contractors & Suppliers
    • Professional consultants

    Master Builders also serves the public by fostering best practice work standards and acting as an independent advisory service.

New South Wales

  • Master Builders Association of NSW


    Master Builders Association of NSW is a building and construction industry association. A not for profit organisation, it is chartered with representing and furthering the interests of the building and construction industry.

    Master Builders provides representation and services to members and the industry in key areas such as industrial relations, occupational health and safety, legal and contracts, training and government regulation/legislation.

    Master Builders also serves the public by fostering best practice work standards and acting as an independent advisory service.

  • Newcastle Master Builders Association


    Master Builders Association in Newcastle is one of nine autonomous State and Territory MBA's across Australia. This is largely because the Hunter is a significant and unique region within Australia which is recognised and supported at all levels of Government.

    Master Builders Association is able to assist the general public, Councils and the Government on any matter relating to the Building & Construction Industry in the region.

    MBA's core services include Industrial Relations, Occupational Health and Safety advice, Housing Matters and Training & Education.
    Master Builders also serves the public by fostering best practice work standards and acting as an independent advisory service.

Northern Territory

  • Master Builders Association of the NT

    Master Builders Association of Northern Territory services builders, developers, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and consultants so that they can run successful businesses in the NT.

    The primary role of Master Builders is to promote the views and interests of the building and construction industry.  Master Builders also provides services to members in a broad range of areas including contracts, training, legal services, industrial relations, building codes and standards, industry economics and OH&S.

    Master Builders also serves the public by fostering best practice work standards and acting as an independent advisory service.

Queensland

  • Master Builders Association of Queensland

    Master Builders is the peak industry association representing building and construction in Queensland. Their services support members to operate professional and profitable businesses that aim to deliver superior quality outcomes to their customers.

    Master Builders is a source of practical and relevant information regarding the Queensland building and construction industry, including laws, codes and regulations, employment and wages and health, safety and the environment.

    Master Builders also serves the public by fostering best practice work standards and acting as an independent advisory service.

South Australia

  • Master Builders Association of South Australia

    Master Builders Association of South Australia is the peak employer body representing the South Australian building and construction industry, including Commercial Builders, Civil Contractors, Residential Builders and Specialist Contractors as well as Industry Suppliers and Manufacturers.
       
    Master builder members are required to be appropriately licensed and bound by a Code of Ethics.

    Master Builders also serves the public by fostering best practice work standards and acting as an independent advisory service.

Tasmainia

  • Master Builders Association of Tasmania

    Master Building Tasmania is an industry association which represents all sectors of the local housing and construction industry.

    The Associations purpose is to foster a healthy, productive, ethical and innovative housing and construction industry which promotes excellence throughout the building environment.

    Master Builders also serves the public by fostering best practice work standards and acting as an independent advisory service.

Victoria

  • Master Builders Association of Victoria

    Master Builders Association of Victoria services the needs of the industry, from residential to commercial and engineering businesses, principal contractors to subcontractors, manufacturers and suppliers.

    The Association assist in developing the skills of their members by providing access to a wide range of services, as well as representation to government and industry.

    Master Builders also serves the public by fostering best practice work standards and acting as an independent advisory service.

Western Australia

  • Master Builders Association of WA

    Master Builders Association of Western Australia services builders, subcontractors, suppliers and consultants in building and construction in WA.

    Master Builders is active across the regions of Western Australia, with offices in Geraldton, Kalgoorlie, Albany and Bunbury.

    Its primary role is to promote the views and interests of the building and construction industry. It also provides services to members in a broad range of areas including contracts, training, legal services, industrial relations, building codes and standards, industry economics and safety advice.

    Master Builders also serves the public by fostering best practice work standards and acting as an independent advisory service.

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