Accreditation.

The Barpa team bring extensive local and national expertise to our clients, with a mature project management system that delivers projects safely, on time and cost effectively, whilst meeting and exceeding our clients’ quality expectations.

Our robust and accredited management systems facilitate consistently successful construction projects. Barpa has national capability for construction, project management and professional service delivery. 

Our management systems are robust and accredited to Australian and International management standards:

 

Quality Assurance (AS/ISO 9001)

Quality plans and procedures are implemented for every Barpa Construction project.

Occupational Health and Safety (AS/ISO 4801)

A proactive approach which focuses on accident prevention and measures success in terms of continuous development.

 

Environmental Sustainability (AS/ISO 14001)

High level of importance placed on environmental controls.

Supply Nation Certified Indigenous Business

Supply Nation provides Australia’s leading database of verified Indigenous businesses.  A Supply Nation Certified Business is 51% or more Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander owned, managed and controlled

Office of Federal Safety Commissioner (OFSC) certification

Established in 2005, the Federal Safety Commissioner works with industry and government stakeholders towards achieving the highest possible workplace health and safety standards on Australian building and construction projects.

Building Code 2016 Compliant

Registered Building Practitioner

Northern Territory Contractor Accreditation (CAL)

Contractor Accreditation Ltd (CAL) is a non-profit company established by the NT Chamber of Commerce, the Master Builders Association NT and the NT Small Business Association to manage a scheme of self regulation for the building and construction industry. CAL also proudly supports Territory business through its close links with the NT Industry Capability Network (NTICN).

Queensland Building and Construction Commision (QBCC)

The QBCC supports the growing Queensland community by providing information, advice and regulation to ensure the maintenance of proper building standards and remedies for defective building work, promoting confidence in the building and construction industry.