David Mortimer AO
|In 2010, I was approached by Buildcorp to Chair its Advisory Board. As I evaluated this proposal, I was repeatedly greeted with great votes of confidence in the business' character, reliability and reputation for quality - characteristics essential in any organisation I choose to be involved with. Now, based on my own experience with the organisation and its owners, I can attest to the validity of these recommendations.|
On a funtional level, the structure of the business is truly unique. The diversity of specialist services provided through Buildcorp's various business units, combined with its capacity to deliver large complex projects, make for a company that is able to offer the industry comprehensive property life cycle services.
This same diversity also stands the business in good stead to weather varying market conditions that any one of the business units might struggle to face alone. The performance of the business throughout the recent financial crisis is evidence of the robust nature of Buildcorp and its ability to adapt to changing circumstances.
Among the measures of a business' success, repeat business and client mix stand out as indicators of both character and quality service. Buildcorp's ability to attract and retain high profile clients, including AMP Capital, Macquarie Group, Qantas and Rio Tinto, is a measure that it deservedly takes great pride in.
As Chairman of the Board, I am confident that the future of Buildcorp Group is strong, and that it will continue to service the property industry with an ongoing commitment to quality, reliability and personal character for which it is well known today.