BuildSure is well placed in the Construction and Building Industry within QLD to maintain high service delivery levels and consistency during times of increased demand which may arise from either catastrophic events or other serious impeding incidents.
The structure of BuildSure is robust and diverse. With business roots in regional areas, BuildSure has immediate access to “on the ground” trade professionals and can quickly ramp up CAT response teams to satisfy increased demand arising from natural or catastrophic events.
Due to a large, consistent tradesman base and long-term supplier relationships across QLD BuildSure is in a viable and sustainable position to deliver dependable outcomes when increased demands arise.
BuildSure has been involved in all major CAT events to affect QLD since 2010, including:
2019 - Bushfires
Ferocious bushfires ravaged southern Queensland.
2017 - Cyclone “Debbie”
Debbie made landfall near Airlie Beach on the Whitsunday coast and devastated resort islands, Airlie Beach and Proserpine. The cyclone tracked south east producing major flooding in central and southeast Queensland and northeast New South Wales.
2015 – Cyclone “Marcia”
Crossing the Queensland coast north of Rockhampton in February 2015. With wind gusts of almost 300km/h, it destroyed about 350 homes and damaged almost 2000 properties in and around Yeppoon and Rockhampton.
2013 - Cyclone “Oswald”
Oswald passed over parts of Queensland and New South Wales, causing widespread impact, severe storms and flooding.
2011 – Cyclone “Yasi”
Yasi crossed the coast near Mission Beach, 40km to the south, causing major damage to infrastructure around Tully.
BuildSure have also been involved in numerous Major Hail Storm Events across Queensland, including Toowoomba, SE Queenland, Sunshine Coast and Rockhampton CAT events.
During these disasters, the BuildSure team performed well under pressure, met designated KPI’s and retained high levels of customer satisfaction.
Following each CAT event BuildSure has reviewed its performance, processes and procedures, with learnings factored into training and continued improved performance within the Disaster Management Plan.