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B U L D N G B U II L D II N G S U C C E S S S U C C E S S Summer 2004 BGC Construction This issue: helps build innovative 2 World first advertising initiative launched in Perth at Skyworks university partnership event 3 BGC Construction helps build innovative university partnership 3 Len Buckeridge named Master Entrepreneur of the Year in National Ceremony 4 Housing affordibilty emerges as key issue with first home buyers 5 DAD National expands operations in record years of growth 6 What brick shortage? 7 WAHC offers display home as prize in Dome promo 7 BGC Contracting: The new CEO and our future 8 W.E.S.T and the BGC Group BGC BULLETIN is produced for employees and friends of BGC (AUSTRALIA) Pty Ltd ABN 62 005 736 005 Foreword by Anthony Kinder lines of “BGC is committed to the pure demand for cheap land. to lobby for access to more providing housing to West The end result is a product that affordable land and a review of Australians at affordable prices”. the first homebuyer simply can First Home Owner schemes from Never before has this issue not afford. the West Australian aspect, and been at such a crisis point. Recent press coverage has will form the basis of our In recent months, the highlighted the Prime Minister’s submission to the inquiry. Anthony Kinder, General Manager BGC Residential predominant escalation of land Productivity Commission inquiry Our findings reveal that the prices has seen what was an into affordable housing, however average weekly ordinary time affordable block at $45,000 there appears to be huge bias earning (AWOTE) per West In recent months, the increase in price to over towards the situation seen in the Australian household is $918.40, $80,000, resulting in a major Eastern states. The report equating to an annual earning of predominant escalation of catastrophe for first home examines submissions by the $47,757 (gross), this income land prices has seen what owners. HIA, the UDIA, various banks, facilitates a maximum loan In this same period, the price welfare agencies and State amount of only $143,000. With was an affordable block at of building a new home has not Governments amongst others, the average price of a house and increased by anywhere near the and the findings, although at land package at $170,000, the $45,000 increase in price to same proportion, this means the draft stage, aren’t positive. shortfall between this figure and over $80,000, resulting in a onus has become increasingly on The solutions are seemingly what the average person can the builders to provide an complicated, and our concern is borrow is more than major catastrophe for first affordable total house and land that they may be lost altogether considerable. In short, this package. We are now in a in the melee of finger pointing means a West Australian on an home owners. situation where the gap between between various stakeholders. average income cannot afford a house and land prices, and what As part of the review of the house and land package! the first homebuyer can afford, is draft and our commitment to the We remain committed to I firmly believe that Len’s insurmountable without some urgency of the issue locally, BGC seeking an urgent solution to this philosophy on housing has been, serious intervention. Residential commissioned a crisis. Our very core values state from the outset, “why build one The causes are many, and Housing Affordability that owning a home should be expensive house when you can include escalation of land prices, Submission of our own, with every West Australian’s right, build ten affordable ones”. stamp duty, local Government much more emphasis on local and it is to this end that we will Today this would translate charges, charges to developers in content and scenario. do our utmost in seeking an to a values statement along the the way of infrastructure, and This is based on our efforts expedient solution to this issue. World first advertising campaign is that it will be the only animated sign on the Perth CBD skyline, and therefore a point of focus that will hopefully translate into greater brand awareness for all BGC brands,” said BGC’s Anne Tindale. initiative launched in Perth “This has been a fantastic opportunity for us to develop new creative techniques which take full advantage of this exciting new medium,” said at Skyworks event Dave Roberts of BC+Y “The BGC sign is arguably one of the best media sites in Perth and is certainly a real bonus for the City Skyline. It has taken almost nine An international first was launched over the Perth CBD on the 26th of months of technological and creative development to get to this point and January, coinciding with the Lotto Skyworks event and with the BGC it will provide a great showcase for the brands involved. We look forward Centre as its focal point. to working with BGC in the long-term to realise the full commercial A new form of creative advertising atop the BGC Centre now displays potential of the sign,” he added. seventeen separate animations on a large LED screen developed in WA. Eight minute loops of 15, 30, 45 and 60 second commercials are aired between 7.30 pm and 6am. The technology utilises ten per cent of the pixels of a normal LED/LCD screen, relying on the human eye to fill in the gaps. Advertising agency Bowtell Clarke and Yole worked with BGC to get this initiative off the ground, then Sumo Web development was brought in to develop the new animations for the sign. According to BGC’s Anne Tindale, the opportunity to raise awareness of the company’s many brands on the night when hundreds of thousands of eyes were directed skyward, was too good to miss. “The skyworks event will ensure all BGC divisions have exposure to a captive audience of potential customers. The ongoing appeal of the The BGC Centre’s exciting LED advertising screen in action. 2 BGC Construction helps build innovative university partnership For BGC Construction General Manager Gerry Forde and his team, the challenge of facilitating a visionary collaboration between private enterprise and higher education was a little unusual. But Stage One of the University of Western Australia’s Innovative Precinct, incorporating the Motorola Software Centre, has already been completed. According to Gerry Forde the $22 million building is a striking addition to the University’s research and development units. “The structure is remarkable for its unusually bold use of stainless steel, Kimberley stone and copper”, Gerry said. With two floors of undercover parking and three floors of work space, the building has the potential to house around 600 people. According to Gerry, the project took approximately fifteen months to complete. “It is a credit to the building industry in Western Australia, where a pool of skilled subcontractors is available for this kind of specialised ‘craftsmanship’,” he said. “Our congratulations and thanks go to all of our subcontractors who have played an integral part in the successful completion of this project.” The Motorola Software Centre is destined to become an icon landmark at the University and was designed by award-winning architects, Cox Howlett + Bailey Woodland. This partnership between the University and industry is further evidence of the enormous potential Western Australian educational institutions have to prosper in collaboration with private partners. The Motorola Software Centre - a striking new addition to UWA’s research and development units. Len Buckeridge named Master Entrepreneur of the Year in National Ceremony On the 3rd December 2003 Len Buckeridge was named Master Entrepreneur of the Year in a ceremony held at Melbourne’s Crown Casino. Mr Buckeridge beat four other business leaders from all over Australia to take out the title in the category of ‘Master Entrepreneur’. Judging criteria included entrepreneurial spirit, innovation, personal integrity and influence, financial performance, strategic direction and national/global impact. As owner of Australia’s largest building company, Mr Buckeridge began his career in 1959 as an architect who wrote a thesis on low cost housing, which was awarded the James Hardie Architect Prize. He founded BGC two years later, fuelled by his desire to build affordable housing for West Australians. Billed as ‘Australia’s premier business awards program’, the Entrepreneur of the Year Award was founded by Ernst and Young 17 years ago to recognise the significant contribution that entrepreneurs make to the Australian economy and lifestyle. There were seven overall categories, including Young Entrepreneur; Entrepreneurship in a Social, Community or Not For Profit Enterprise; and Retail, Consumer and Industrial Products category. Mr Buckeridge has been the recipient of numerous accolades recognising his contribution to the building industry, including the Phillip Lynch Award for outstanding contribution in 1993. B U I L D I N G S U C C E S S 3 Housing affordability emerges as Doing it right the first time key issue with first home buyers When Joe Gaffa, the Pendle Hill (NSW) wholesale butcher and his The ‘average’ first home third of West Australian’s cannot wife decided to renovate and extend a small fibro cottage, they did it right buyer is slowly being squeezed afford one at all”, he added. the first time. out of the first home buyer According to Sue Marshall, Joe and his family were looking for a larger home that was close to market, according to recent Brand Manager for Go Homes, schools, transport and Joe’s business. The 1960’s fibro cottage that they research conducted by BGC. Government assistance in the found set on the high side of the road, was small, but appeared to have In a report commissioned by form of changes in lending potential. To help fulfil this potential BGC Duratex™ was chosen to clad Australia’s biggest home builder, criteria, subsidies and interest the dwelling, for the veranda soffits and internal the wet lining. The end figures showed that the ‘average’ rate concessions would go a result is their dream come true, a two-storey home that utilises the Australian household was long way. northerly aspect and well-proportioned backyard, and is a beautiful finding it increasingly difficult to “We primarily deal with the enhancement to the existing streetscape. enter the first home owners ‘battler’ end of the first home After gutting the existing cottage and extending the framing upward to form the second storey, Joe clad the dwelling with BGC Duratex™ market, despite the introduction owner market, and the current sheets, completely covering all the window and door openings. The of the First Home Owners climate is not conducive to home Duratex™ sheets were then cut from the inside of the house to form the Grant. ownership. If you consider that openings ready to receive door and window frames, sills and surrounds. “Based on the lending the average gross weekly salary This method ensured that the sheet joints across the openings were cut criteria of both a major for a West Australian couple and set in accordance with the BGC Duratex™ fixing specifications and mortgage broker (Wizard Home with no dependants is around saved time and double handling of the sheets. Loans) and Keystart, the Western $706, and our market generally The door and window sills and surrounds were made from Duratex™ Australian Government lending deals with a below average sheets, cut to size and fixed to raked timber framing to give the opening body, a Western Australian adult salary, then our clients, who the details clean sharp lines. earning an average income and First Home Owners Grant was The result is an exemplary example of owner-builder renovations, and qualifying for the First Home primarily designed for, are really how BGC Fibre Cement Duratex™ can be utilised to achieve the desired Owners Grant can now only being priced out of the market,” style, colour and texture of the finished dwelling. afford between 65 and 84 per said Ms Marshall. Throughout the project, Joe had the support of the BGC Fibre Cement cent of the purchase price of the Paul Arndt, Executive and BGC Plasterboard Technical Advisory Service. most affordable house and land General Manager of J– Corp package in Perth, excluding supported Mr Kinder’s views stamp duty and fees,” said BGC about affordability, also Residential General Manager expressing further concern Anthony Kinder. regarding the fact that larger “We would propose an blocks are fast disappearing, overhaul of qualifying whilst the desire for larger homes mechanisms on both the State remains as strong as ever. and Federal first homebuyers “Inner city and metro blocks assistance packages to allow are being dissected at an amazing those who are currently caught rate, and as a result, home by the ‘deposit gap’ a real builders who want individual opportunity to own their own parcels of land, ie not ‘house home. behind house’, are being forced “We would also suggest the into the outlying suburbs. introduction of an Energy Everyone wants a larger house, Efficiency concession for interest and they are being squashed ‘Before and after’ – Joe gaffa’s exemplary example of owner builder renovations. rates, which could be awarded to onto smaller blocks, with the new home owners who build result being a compromise on their homes compliant with their ‘dream home’ design. Builders Code of Australia “In addition to this, the energy efficiency principles. current boom in home building Where the homeowner surpasses is causing delays in titles and in the minimum requirements, the brick availability. As a result of concessional rate could be these delays, clients have to seek further decreased,” he added. alternative accommodation for “While the housing industry longer periods, also price is at capacity at present it is all increases occur due to ‘supply to easy to think everyone who versus demand’ and as these wants a home can get one, the increases cannot be passed onto reality is, we’ll come out of this customers, profitability is further boom and realise that up to a depleted,” he added. 4 Go Homes Go Homes would like to congratulate Darren Clarke who achieved Go’s top Sales Rep of the year for 2003, Darren has worked for Go Homes for three and half years and is a constant performer. We also congratulate Symia Hopkinson for achieving Go’s Top Qualifier of the Year 2003. Symia’s enthusiasm and The DAD office crew. enjoyment for what she does is evident by her results. DAD National expands operations in record years of growth Sue Marshall Brand Manager The past two years have been bumper years for DAD (Design and Development) National, BGC Residential’s country operation. According to General Manager, Kevin Blackwood, the award winning company has grown by 100 per cent in the past two consecutive years, suggesting a bright future for the fledgling business. Established in Bunbury in 1999, the housing company’s operations extend as far south as Augusta, north as far as Dawesville and east to Collie. Drawing from over 500 designs, the company specialises in creating homes for both rural and traditional town lots properties, taking into account the special requirements that home builders encounter on these lots. Winner of the MYOB Southwest Small Business of the Year in 2003, and a finalist in the state awards for the past two years, the company is comprised of DAD Australia – the parent operation, DAD Realty and DAD National. The company also was the south west representative for the West Australian Regional Business Awards in 2004. “As a result of this rapid expansion, we have outgrown our initial office space and have moved to a larger premises in the Old Silos Markets in the centre of town,” said Mr Blackwood. “Our new homes division has 23 employees and although we only have two display homes at the moment, we are opening another three within the first quarter of this year. “We are rapidly becoming a force to contend with in rural WA. Our future plans not only include the expansion of our core business, but also the introduction of an exciting new building and design operation in 2004, which will concentrate on providing our rural market with a product designed, operated and represented by local people with strong local knowledge,” he added. Brand Manager Sue Marshal and Darren Clarke. AGI Insulation – upping the ante for energy-efficient housing With minimum energy ratings for new homes now being a mandatory requirement and not just a desirable option, ‘energy efficient sustainability’ have become the new buzzwords in home building. Over recent years, the BCA (Building Code of Australia) has been pushing for improved energy efficiencies in new homes. As a result, effective from July 2003 builders are required by the Building Code of Australia to construct homes that meet an energy efficiency rating. Effectively this new mandate has resulted in the compulsory requirement for the installation of insulation in all new homes. AGI Insulation, in partnership with many local builders, has led this quest and currently supplies a large part of the WA residential building market with its insulation batts. The new mandatory regulations have given insulation a new found respect, and coupled with many educational programs such as the HIA Greensmart principals, housing energy sustainability will be words used more and more over the coming years. According to General Manager of AGI, Frank di Costa, the true value of insulation has finally been realized. “AGI Insulation, by virtue of regulation, is leading the industry in energy efficiencies, however I believe this is only the start of what will be an industry reform. The industry is identifying and developing clear mandates that will support energy efficiencies in homes, reducing the impact on our environment. “We have proactively embarked on a builders education campaign to assist our clients with understanding what the BCA codes mean, and how it impacts on them. “The responsibility of housing sustainability goes beyond the consumer, as designers, builders, manufacturers and suppliers must all undertake this educational process. Insulation is one of the most cost-effective ways to achieve energy-efficient sustainability and should become standard practice for all home owners – new and old,” he added. Put simply, if your home is not insulated you could well lose up to 35% of your home’s heat through the ceiling in winter, resulting in higher energy usage. Conversely, without insulation heat is easily transferred through the ceiling in summer. Insulation is measured by R values – the measure of resistance to heat flow. The higher the R value the greater the resistance to heat flow. Typically, ceilings will have R2.5 value and wall insulation a R1.5. For more information on how insulation can save you money, please contact AGI on 9334 4551. B U I L D I N G S U C C E S S 5 BGC Plumbing ‘Best Second Year Apprentice’ On 20th November 2003 Brett Davey (BGC Plumbing South West Apprentice) was awarded the MPA South West “Best Second Year Apprentice” Looma High School girls winners. award. Brett has been with BGC Plumbing since December 2002, area Manager Mark Wilcox is Canning Stock Route Challenge very pleased with his progress and nominated him for the award after his personal BGC Contracting’s Kimberley Depot was proud to be a sponsor of this year’s Canning Stock Route Challenge. observations of Brett and The Canning Stock Route Challenge is an annual event run by the Western Australian Country Health Service. receiving much positive feedback The aim of the Challenge is to encourage schools in the Kimberley region to promote and educate students in the regarding his work from both benefits of good health and nutrition. Type Two Diabetes is a problem in the region and the adoption of healthy clients and sub contractors. lifestyle behaviours is a key strategy for the prevention of this and other lifestyle diseases. Each class that participates in the Challenge is provided with a map of the Canning Stock Route and stickers representing wells along the route. Wells are awarded to each team for activities (ie: 15 minutes physical activity = 1 well; 1 Healthy Lifestyle Lesson = 5 wells). The team that has completed a minimum of 5 Healthy Lifestyle Lessons and travelled a minium of 58 wells of physical activity (14.5 hours over 8 weeks) is awarded a prize. BGC donated $150 to two categories: BGC Make a Healthy Food Choice Activity was won by Looma Remote Community High School Girls “Looma Eagle Girls” (Ages 13 – 16 category). The girls won their category by: • Performing dances and preparing healthy food for the community guest. • Putting on a healthy food breakfast for the Looma Eagles football team. • A canoe trip promoting healthy living and exercise and preparing healthy food for the participants. BGC Performing or Visual Arts Activity category was won by Wyndham District High School. The Wyndham District High School students prepared and produced a healthy lifestyle video presentation. Carlson Daniels (Quality/Safety/Environment/Customer Relations for BGC Kimberley) was proud to represent BGC in judging the impressive entries of the participants. Brett Davey What brick shortage? development team at Blokpave were able to reproduce the look of pure, naturally formed limestone, in a conventional two course house brick consisting of 90% limestone. According to Sales Manager Ernie Tesconi, In a market plagued by building delays and brick shortages, Blokpave the new ‘limestone brick’ costs no more than a conventional clay brick, has released a totally new range of readily available face bricks which and makes it feasible to substitute it in the construction of a typical new utilise popular materials such as limestone and laterite. home, at no additional cost. This timely release will help alleviate delays in new home construction, “The process is highly versatile and any natural granular material can which because of brick shortages, can often last up to four months. be utilized to manufacture readily usable building materials. For example, According to Rino Marsala, Manager Research and Design for BGC when combined with the special mortar the company has prepared, Housing, these new products are the result of some inspired thinking laterite or ‘pea gravel’ from Bindoon creates the appearance of a from our builders and designers. “Perth’s love affair with limestone and preformed, cast rammed earth wall,” said Mr Tesconi. other natural materials is well known, but unfortunately until now, the Additional products are being developed incorporating building waste use of these natural materials has been restricted by their cost and their and other recycled materials. Internal bricks, that are to be rendered, can lack of availability in an easy to use form,” he said . be manufactured from recycled building materials and other inert waste “These new products are especially suited to modern homes that rely products resulting in the conservation of natural resources. on more than one material for the construction of their external walls. The new brick products, ‘Limestone’ and ‘Natural Earth’, are in Our designers look for new products that can be either used alone, or in abundant supply and to complement this range, come with all the combination with conventional materials,” he added. accessories such as fractions, sill bricks and angle squints. Through the utilisation of state-of-the-art technology, the product For more information, please call Blokpave on 1300 360 344. 6 Helping hand The following was a letter received by BGC in regard to Jeff Hicks, Equipment Operator at BGC WAHC offers display home as Contracting’s Karratha Depot. It is also a timely reminder for anyone travelling prize in Dome promo in remote areas to be prepared and to The ultimate house and land package was put up for grabs in the West let someone know your plans. Australian Housing Centre’s ‘Win Your Home at the Dome’ competition. Entrants were given the chance to win the magnificent ‘Charlotte’ BGC Contracting display centre at Ellenbrook in this fabulous competition which was held Personnel Department during the Western Power Ideal Home Show at the Burswood Dome. 23 November 2003 WAHC Brand Manager Tim Underwood said that this was indeed the To Whom it May Concern largest prize that the company has ever offered at a quarter of a million Re: Jeff Hicks (Employee) Jeff Hicks dollars. “The Charlotte has been by far one of our most popular displays, and I think the best a company can hope for from its employees is that when it is an exciting move for us to actually put the display up as a prize. they are off-site, that they represent the company in a favourable way. The home itself has everything you could ever want, including the ultimate Occasionally though you get an employee who is exceptional. Jeff Hicks entertaining layout with open plan living areas and light bright ambience,” is that man. he added. The prize was valued at around $250,000. This warm, contemporary My husband and I have only recently moved to the Pilbara region from home features four bedrooms and two bathrooms, a generously Brisbane. A few weeks ago, we went ‘exploring‘ along tracks suggested proportioned kitchen/dining/family room and a new concept for WAHC – by a local. However, we slid off the tracks into muddy, clay flats where a garden room. we promptly sank up to the side boards on our 4WD. After 1 hour of trying to get out, we realised we were stranded. o It was 42 , our 12 month old son was with us and my husband had no other option than to walk for help. BGC Contracting: level of activity has seen him become a Fellow of the Institute of So my husband walked the 5 kms back to the caravan park we had The new CEO and Engineers Australia (FIEAust CPEng), a very prestigious award passed on the way in for assistance. In the meanwhile, 2 helicopters our future given for conspicuous service to the passed over us. My husband alone, walking, waving a water bottle and profession of engineering. myself with our son. The helicopters passed by twice, but that was it. John Dunkley joined the BGC John’s main objectives are to Contracting team in December grow the business at a rate that The first person at the caravan park said, “…. I’m not taking my 2003 as the new CEO. John is a enables the corporate profitability car out there, go to the cops….” and walked away. Then my husband Civil Engineer, is married to Jan targets to be met, to ensure a safe met Jeff. He asked what had happened and rallied help immediately. and has three children (one in year and harmonious workplace is 10, one at TAFE and one married He attended to my husbands obvious dehydration and exhaustion. maintained and to continue the and working for Alcan at Gove, Packed water, ice, first aid requirements, extra tow ropes; everything in BGC commitment to exceeding NT). minutes. All at his own expense. client expectations. John has extensive experience John is excited about the in civil, mining and multi By this time we had been stuck for 2 hours. Although my son and I discipline contracting. Prior to future for BGC Contracting and were fine; we had plenty of water and ice as well as shade, the extra joining the BGC Contracting team looks forward to a similar response thought Jeff went to was amazing. from the Team. he spent a year at Mount Gibson Iron Limited’s Tallering Peak After 4 attempts and 2 tow ropes, we were free. Jeff then led us out Hematite Project. However, most and checked us again before we left for home. of John’s career was spent with As an employer, you ask your employees to go the extra mile. Jeff did Leighton Contractors Pty Ltd that and more. where he was involved with numerous projects including Nothing can ever repay his selflessness that day, but I am hoping this Wandoo B Platform, Harvey Dam, letter might go some way to showing Jeff how much we appreciated Narrows Bridge Duplication, everything he did. If this letter could be shown to his Supervisor and Goldfields Gas Pipeline as well as relevant superiors it would be greatly appreciated. over 60 mining contracts throughout WA. His final role was that of General Manager for Best regards Western Australia as well as a Director of Leighton Contractors. Liz Little (Dampier) John’s involvement in this John Dunkley BGC Contracting CEO B U I L D I N G S U C C E S S 7 BGC Centre Chatter Wickam Chambers on the 11th floor have renewed their lease for a further 5 years. Integrated Consulting (International) Pty Ltd on the 6th floor has extended the lease for 2 years. Law Reform Commission on the 3rd floor is very happy to be staying as they have extended their lease for a further 2 years. Urban Pacific Ltd on the mezzanine level has extended their lease for a further 12 months. Apologies to Central Asia Gold Ltd who in our last Lee Royston-Ing, Owner Manager of W.E.S.T. edition it was reported had moved from level 5 to level 9, when in fact they moved from level 9 to level 5. VRI Biomedical Ltd has vacated their tenancy on the 11th floor. W.E.S.T and the BGC Group With Security Monitoring Control Rooms across the country being relocated to the Eastern States, Western Australian businesses have a Happy half greater need than ever for a local Security Monitoring service provider. BGC is happy to announce that WA’s own W.E.S.T. (Western Electronic Security Technology) has become our new local service century provider. Owner Manager Lee Royston-Ing has been in the Security Industry for 19 years. His wealth of experience includes Electronic Security alarms, Access Control, Closed Circuit Television Systems (for Best wishes to Bob Pennell security, production control and OH & S issues), Intercoms, Electric Construction Manager for West Fences and other related products in all fields, be it commercial, residential Perth’s BGC Residential who or industrial. turns fifty on 31st March 2004. All BGC sites have now been re-commissioned to the ARM Security Control room, a facility located in West Perth and enjoyed by all W.E.S.T. customers. Operating 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, ARM Security utilises the latest SIMS alarm monitoring computer package. ARM Security is a member of ASIAL and operates a Grade A1 Control Room in accordance with Australian Standards 2201.2. This grading level was first attained in April 1998. With a minimum of two and as much as ten years Joshua James Kinder. industry experience, all of ARM’s operators are police licensed and have a high level of skill and experience in alarm monitoring, two way radio operations, CCTV monitoring and data entry. Congratulations ARM’s Operators are trained to supply basic alarm panel maintenance to customers and to ensure technical assistance is always readily available Congratulations to BGC – often negating the need for expensive after hours call outs. Residential’s General Manager With Insurance Companies ever pressing the need for a Monitored Anthony Kinder and his wife Security Alarm System at home and work. W.E.S.T. and Lee are offering Pamela-Jayne Kinder on the all BGC Staff and friends a discounted rate for Security Alarm Monitoring birth of Joshua James Kinder, for your own homes. Should you not have a home security alarm system who was born on 19th January W.E.S.T. and Lee will design a system to suit your home, lifestyle and 2004 weighing 3.115kg (6lb 12). budget. Many of the BGC Group General Managers already know Lee Joshua has already amazed his from dealings over the past years and he invites all staff of BGC to please parents by increasing his feel free to ask any questions related to security. bodyweight by 40% to 5kg For Security Control Room call ARM on 9328 3666 and for sales and within 4 weeks. service call Lee at W.E.S.T. on 9246 0309 or 0438 280 966. Bob Pennell. For your contribution to the next BGC Bulletin or for a copy of the new BGC corporate brochure please contact Gillian Ollerenshaw on 08 9261 1840 8 B U I L D I N G S U C C E S S