Building And Maintenance Services (BAMS)

From its base in Liverpool, Building and Maintenance Services (BAMS) has established a successful building business with clients spanning across Australia and New Zealand to Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Holland.

As commercial building contractors catering to the needs of the commercial, retail, residential, hospitality and industrial sectors; BAMS specialises in construction, shop fit outs, property maintenance and refurbishment for domestic and international markets.

Founder and owner, Brian Zammitt, started the business in Berala in 1989 – initially trading as BLZ Building and
Maintenance Services – specialising in building maintenance services for the real estate industry – before eventually moving to its new home at Prestons in 2007.

The decision to move to the Liverpool region was instigated primarily by a lifestyle choice, but according to Mr
Zammitt the move was a pivotal one for the growth of his business.

“It’s not as pricey or as congested as other parts of Sydney, and with road networks like the M5 and M7 it’s easier to move around. There’s enough industry here to support what we do, and with a large pool of local suppliers and good workers, doing business here is easy,” Mr Zammitt said.

Over the past 25 years, BAMS has built up a network of licensed builders and sub-contractors across Australia
and New Zealand; and expanded into commercial fit-outs and refurbishments for retail and office environments;
factory construction and warehouse renovations; insurance repairs and restoration services; residential building
and renovations.

With a network of experienced tradespeople at the ready and a reputation for responding quickly to the call, BAMS has also provided assistance to clean-up and recovery crews after vehicle accidents and natural disasters such as the 2011 Christchurch earthquake.

Mr Zammitt says there’s a wealth of untapped potential in the Liverpool region and BAMS is leveraging
that potential with plans to double its existing factory operations and workforce over the next 12 to 18
months.

“There’s growth in every direction you turn to in this region and there’s a lot of people here who want to get on and do things to develop and expand the potential of the area,” Mr Zammitt said.

According to Mr Zammitt, Liverpool City Council is no exception. “The Council is doing great things to support
local business and the community,” he said.

www.bams.com.au

LIVERPOOL CITY COUNCIL
Ground Floor, 33 Moore Street
Liverpool, NSW 2170
1300 36 2170
lcc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au
www.liverpool.nsw.gov.au