PBC Managing Director – Anthony Baker
As the year comes to a close next month, I would like to share my sympathies with those in our local community and the broader nation who have been affected in any way by the impacts of COVID19 whether it’s through their own health, businesses, or general daily life.
Furthermore, I would like to express how proud I am of the PBC Team for their outstanding efforts throughout this year navigating and adjusting to new COVID19 regulations in NSW and Victoria – sometimes with daily changes on short notice. I am so proud of how we have bound together to create a positive outcome for all – which I strongly applaud.
It has been and continues to be our top priority to ensure the health and safety of our staff, partners, and those around us over the past two years.
I would also like to take this opportunity to thank our incredible clients and the Albury/Wodonga community who have continued to fight through such a tough and testing year, we hope that the worst is now behind us, and we can finally move forward.
The PBC Team has been fortunate enough to work on a variety of exciting projects during 2021 despite the covid effects and its restrictions. Some of these include new Towers for The Bureau of Meteorology, St Luke’s Primary School, Mercy Connect projects, converting an old abattoir into a high-end home, a new skin clinic, the refurbishment of the Iconic Globe Building, and the design and construction of a bespoke facility for a local business – Meraki Produce.
Every project we engage with leaves a lasting memory of bringing to life a client’s dream and allowing us the privilege of playing a special role in that journey for them.
Whatever the future may bring, we will continue to build on our PBC positive foundations of being purpose-led. With such a diverse and energetic team, I know we will meet challenges head-on while ensuring we remain as “the preferred builder”.Our positive PBC vision still stands, and I know we will continue to hire, employ and purchase locally wherever possible to ensure its ‘business as usual’ and our local economic surroundings continue to flourish.
On reflection, I certainly feel this pandemic has continued to remind us, the sheer importance of quality family time and the significance of keeping our health in check. I hope you and your families are able to spend the holidays together in good health as we look forward to a brighter 2022.