About the heading Building Contractors in Yellow Pages®
A building contractor is an individual who specialises in construction, including the building of certain structures, such as houses or buildings for the domestic, public and commercial markets. The general responsibilities of a building contractor entail the individual planning and carrying out of activities relating to the construction of a dwelling, building or other structure, including traffic control and overseeing the construction budget.
The building contractor carries out their duties by supervising employees and planning the project. It is the building contractor’s responsibility to source any materials required and to complete the project in a manner which abides by all laws, rules and regulations which may be in existence that correlate to the particular construction being undertaken. Throughout the construction process, the building contractor is also responsible for reviewing the progress and implementing any changes along the way. The building contractor needs to follow the specific building project closely and make changes when he/she deems it necessary.
Building contractors can oversee the construction of large industrial projects, new homes or smaller domestic renovations and projects, including kitchen renovations and design, or the erection of pool fencing. Home builders will find the services of a building contractor invaluable. To become a building contractor an individual must complete a VET qualification in building and construction and undergo safety induction training and be issued with a WorkCover induction card. If you are looking for information on building contractors look under this heading in Yellow Pages®.