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Building Supervisor

Every building and every location is different.

Your Building Supervisor’s Scope of Duties Can Include

✅ Adhere to customer policy and procedure
✅ Sub Contractor Management and co-ordination
✅ Legislation Compliance – ( services, essential services)
✅ BCA Compliance (Building Code of Australia)
✅ Warranty/Defects management
✅ Tenant Liaison
✅ Subcontractor administration (inspect works, payment, Purchase orders)
✅ Work Place Safety Supervision on-site (WHS checks and monitoring)
✅ Site Inductions
✅ Fire Warden duties
✅ Executive Committee meeting attendance/reporting
✅ Monthly detailed reports
✅ daily site activity record keeping
✅ Cleaner Supervision
✅ Waste Systems Supervision
✅ Corrective maintenance Supervision
✅ Emergency Repairs management
✅ Managing Risk associated with Building Operations

Qualified And Experienced Team

We will typically employ a building supervisor with a trade background, who is proactive, responsible, and communicative.
We look for people which are suited to the environment they will be engaged with. Friendly, yet discerning, practical, yet empathetic.

As a business, we need the same principles and dedication from our staff as our clients need in their Building Management and supervision.

Building Supervision

Professionalism | Transparency | Integrity

Our goal is to maintain transparency with our Client and serve the tenants of the building in a proactive and Professional Manner.
We understand the tenant retention and satisfaction is reflected in the rental returns and value of the facility. Building Supervision can serve to reduce tenant complaints, improve operations, and deliver improved operational results for the facility.

Our Building Supervisors are flexible, Manageable, Asset Savvy, and keen to perform.

Support Services for Your Building Supervisor

Clientele including, Commercial Landlords, Property Managers, Executive Committees, BMCs, Fund Managers, and Asset Managers know and understand the responsibility of the Building Manager. Their core role is ensuring tenants have confidence in the building’s operations. The Building is Safe, functional, and in compliance with the relevant codes and statutory requirements.

Building Management Consistency

Our goal is to maintain consistency on-site, delivering services that are supported by checklists and software database management.

Procedures developed in coordination with our client, legislation requirements, and best practice ensure expectations are met and key performance indicators are strategically allocated for optimum realistic results.


Our Building Management processes serve in preserving and maintaining the Building Assets and delivering proper Operational services. One of the most important investments, we make on behalf of our clients, is Building Management Staff. The Building Manager supervisor is employed to implement and supervise our Facility Management services. Their role is to provide reliable, effective, Building Management to deliver results.

Sub Contract Management

Subcontract Management is critical for cost-effectiveness and Workplace Health & Safety (WHS). Subcontractors are monitored for insurances, Safety procedures, job safety analysis, Safe work method statements (SWMS), and on-site behavior.
Delivery of proper Maintenance services provides reliable, effective, and economical services. We have extensive experience in contracts Management, reviewing, implementing, and managing service agreements, sourcing Market Value, and Project Management.

Maintenance Management and Reporting:

Compliance and Asset Management

The Maintenance Management on site is one of the main services and Building Manager will provide.
By including regular reporting including database asset management and running a “daybook” we ensure services are up to date, completed on time, and cost control of suppliers is monitored

Work Place Health and Safety

The Workplace Health & Safety is imperative to Building Supervisor in the delivery of their duties. Subcontractors are Managed for their own systems and procedures as well as our own and your site-specific requirements.

All insurances, Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS), Toolbox Talks, Registers, Permits, and similar documentation are required to be submitted, with current date and signature, prior to the commencement of works. This WHS documentation is reviewed and must be relevant to the job-specific duty or task.

Our subcontractor and WHS service provider code of conduct is also part of the contractor’s obligations, this ensures all parties are clear and any works are completed with minimal interruption.

Building Type, Commerical, residential, Industrial, Car Park, or a Mix
The Area the Facility or Building is located