Client Testimonials

/Client Testimonials

Read about what our clients think about working with BADGE on recent projects.

Client Testimonials2019-10-31T11:58:23+00:00

“The construction phase of the recent Caritas Building development at Nazareth Catholic College was managed by BADGE with clear process that allowed a high level of collaboration.

The contractor identified key items ahead of the program and managed the flow of information so that all parties were kept informed. Safety of students and maintaining access was a focus and successfully implemented by BADGE.

We appreciate the efforts the BADGE team went to in engaging skilled contractors and managing their quality of works to achieve the end results. Nazareth benefited from a team who were concerned about their students in the environment and the safety of the public.”

Darren Bailey | Business Services Manager, Nazareth Catholic College

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank the staff and contractors of BADGE Constructions for the delivery of the New Caboolture Police Station and District Headquarters in King Street Caboolture.

The approachability and ease in which requests were met and answered was second to none. Nothing was too difficult and all request were met with specialist knowledge and smiling faces.

The delivery of the facility ahead of time was tremendous and the amount of pride demonstrated by the community during the community open day (over 3000 visitors) clearly shows the pride for Policing in the Moreton Community which has only increased due to the construction of this facility.”

Paul Ready | Patrol Inspector Moreton North, Queensland Police Service

“The project team conducted this project (Regis Aged Care, Woodlands) in an extremely well organised and highly competent manner. The team demonstrated a sound knowledge of the building process with the capacity to coordinate and direct all contractors and work with the project consultancy team in a collaborative and positive manner.

Due to the changing Aged Care requirements, both through legislation and Regis’ own ever- evolving design standards, the project went through significant changes over its life cycle. These changes were always received with invested interest by BADGE (WA) and alternative options frequently discussed to achieve an outcome that worked favourably for all key stakeholders. It is great testament to the team, and their subcontractors, that the project not only finished on time and within budget but also to an extremely high standard.”

Ray Gurney | Development Manager, Regis Aged Care

“Due to the complex nature of the works and the age of some of the buildings the scope of the works was complex, requiring onsite flexibility and site specific solutions to meet the requirements of the project. BADGE worked collaboratively with the project team and was proactive in providing practical solutions to issues arising. Good communication played a significant role in the success of the project.”

Sophie Fielder | General Manager of Capital Works and Maintenance, Baptistcare WA