Services

Commercial Construction – New builds/Extensions

BIC are a licensed builder, licensed to an unrestricted value, with extensive experience in general construction services, from new builds through to major additions to existing structures.  BIC’s greenfield projects include multi storey office and warehouse facilities.

Refurbishments

BIC regularly undertake comprehensive refurbishments of existing facilities, from demolition to completion, with trades always demonstrating attention to detail and incorporating quality finishes and workmanship. BIC have a selected number of capable structural, services and finishes subcontractors who work with us on our projects.

Fitouts & Interiors

We also specialise in fitouts of commercial premises in all sectors using our own experienced tradespeople, together with our reliable subcontractors and suppliers.   Our employees and subcontractors can be flexible in their work practices so as to meet any special requirements.

Heritage Restorations

BIC have considerable experience in heritage restoration and conservation projects. We can undertake complete heritage restorations or sympathetically and respectfully integrate existing features with new.  Our tradespeople demonstrate quality workmanship with attention to detail and sensitivity when remediating historical buildings.

Project & Construction Management

BIC are experienced Construction Managers who are able to coordinate your project from concept to completion.  We can provide budget costs and quotations for a complete range of building projects with the aim of providing integrity and value for money.

Asset Maintenance & Services

BIC employ a team of experienced tradespeople who are able to perform a broad range of maintenance services.  Once we have completed your build you can feel confident in allowing BIC to maintain your asset over the building’s life cycle.

Community Housing

BIC have been engaged in building numerous selected affordable homes for Renewal SA, in conjunction with Renewal SA’s objective to increase housing supply so as to locate more tenants closer to the essential services they need.