Globe Williams Australia General Manager Spiroulla Ploudias Appointed to the BSCAA Victorian division executive committee.
BSCAA(Building Service Contractors Association of Australia) is Australia’s peak industry representative body for the building services industry. The Association members include contractors for cleaning, security, facilities management and grounds maintenance.
The BSCAAprovides leadership for members and the provision of a range of relevant and quality services. BSCAAseek to work with Government and other industry stakeholders to improve the professionalism of the industry and all those that participate within it.
The association was chartered in 1964 as a mutual, not-for-profit organization to represent and support the building services industry.
For some 50 years the Building Service Contractors Association of Australia has been helping member contractors in the building services industry to survive and to grow. Our membership is predominantly “small business” and our focus is on helping solve problems and reduce the amount of time spent on administration.
Being in business is a challenge and the building services sector is a tough challenge. BSCAA works for its members to improve their bottom line and keep them on top of changes in award requirements, legislation, health and safety issues, public liability insurance, codes of practice and all other issues that have the potential to divert members away from the real business of building services.
In 2009 Globe Williams made its mark on BSCAA with General Manager Spiroulla Ploudias (left) appointed to the Victorian Division Executive Committee and the following staff nominated at the annual2019 BSCAA Vic Australian Super Industry Excellence Awards to take home the Finalist(runner up) awards:
FINALIST – Kosta Mavrogiannis(Operations Manager) – Outstanding Achievement as a Site Manager in Commercial
2019 BSCAA Vic AustralianSuper Industry Excellence Award for Outstanding Achievement as a Site Manager
This award represents 5 categories culminating in the Site Manager of the year award. This award is designed to recognise an outstanding achievement by either a Site Manager/ Site Supervisor/Site Leading Hand (i.e. a person who controls an individual client site) who demonstrates on site procedures which have significantly improved staff performance and client satisfaction and achieves outstanding success in their area of expertise to provide the very best outcome for the client and your company.
- Outstanding Achievement as a Site Manager in Education
- Outstanding Achievement as a Site Manager in Retail
- Outstanding Achievement as a Site Manager in Health and Community Services
- Outstanding Achievement as a Site Manager in Hospitality
- Outstanding Achievement as a Site Manager in Commercial Services
FINALIST – Kathy Sarellas (National Key Account Manager) – Victoria Manager of the Year Award
2019 BSCAA Vic Australian Super Industry Excellence Award BSCAA Victoria Manager of the Year Award
This award recognises outstanding achievement by a Manager who clearly demonstrates every day a commitment to the job that exceeds expectations, while keeping a relationship to the staff, sub-contractors and clients on all sites.
FINALIST – Mary Gian (Operations Coordinator) – Outstanding Achievement by a Non-Operational Employee
2019 BSCAA Vic Australian Super Industry Excellence Award for Outstanding Achievement by a Non-Operational Employee
This award is designed to recognise outstanding achievement by either a corporate, administration or finance employee (i.e. a person who is not part of the operations team) who demonstrates outstanding success in their area of expertise to provide the very best outcome for your company.
The BSCAA Victorian Divisions’ Annual Australian Super Excellence Awards Ceremony Dinner was held on Friday, 15th November at the Hellenic Museum, Melbourne – the award presentations were peppered with live entertainment and a sumptuous feast at the Grounds of Arcadia venue located in the courtyard of the iconic former Royal Mint that the Hellenic Museum now calls home.