The BADGE Group has more than three decades of experience delivering commercial and industrial projects across a range of sectors including aged care, education, food and beverage, health and retail – with the largest current contract at $320 million. More than 250 staff work on site or in our offices in Adelaide, Brisbane, Maroochydore and Perth, giving you the expertise and experience to make your project a success.
From our humble beginnings in Adelaide in 1983, the BADGE Group of Companies now generates an annual turnover of almost $400 million. BADGE is a major commercial construction company with integrity woven into all we do.
Our latest Company Profile provides a snapshot of our 37th year in operation, with a focus on detail. Read the profile online to learn more about how we provide a real benefit to our clients, consultants and subcontractors by actively contributing to the detail of what makes a successful construction project.
BADGE partners with clients to manage the construction of commercial and industrial buildings in a variety of contract forms across a range of sectors. Our experience allows us to offer advice on the best delivery method for your project.
BADGE offers a complete single-point accountability service for our clients. While we can engage in building projects at any stage, many of our clients choose to use us as a ‘one-stop’ shop whereby we look after the process from first ideas through to final completion. Delivery options include:
Design and construct
Early contractor involvement
In 2011, we acquired award-winning Sunshine Coast commercial builder Evans Harch in order to grow our reach in Queensland. BADGE QLD now encompasses the former Evans Harch headquarters in Maroochydore.
In 2013, we acquired Chappell Builders, a small project focused South Australian commercial builder. Chappell Builders operates independently and offers the cost efficiencies of a smaller builder with access to the resources of the larger group. Visit www.chappell.com.au to find out more.
NACP Projects originated as a partnership between BADGE and National Aboriginal Construction Partners (comprising Marra Worra Worra Aboriginal Corporation, Nirrumbuk Aboriginal Corporation and Waanyi Aboriginal Corporation). In 2019 the original shareholders signed a new agreement to become NACP Projects Australia, an incorporated entity.
The vision of NACP Projects is to empower and provide work opportunities for Indigenous Australians in the construction industry. To achieve this, NACP Projects aims to deliver value for money outcomes and build a trusted brand in commercial construction while generating continuous revenue streams and profitability that allows investment in social initiatives, training and development and trade competency.
BADGE is certified under the Australian Government Building and Construction (OHS) Accreditation Scheme (OFSC) and our Quality, Safety and Environmental management system is externally accredited to ISO 9001:2015, AS/NZS 4801:2001 and ISO 14001:2015. To read more about our commitment to Safety, click here.