Indigenous owned national contracting business | By Group

BY Group acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land that we live and work on and we acknowledge and respect the continuous connection to land, water and community. We pay our respects to our elders past, present and to those of the future.

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BY Group Story

Three proud Bundjalung men started BY Group to create economic independence and help Indigenous people secure sustainable employment in the building and construction industry. By contracting us, you invest in the growth of Indigenous talent in Australia’s construction industry.

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Our Capabilities

Since 2014, we’ve been delivering successful government, corporate, and community projects. Our team of highly skilled professionals have over 20 years experience delivering commercial, residential, civil, and solar construction projects.  We are qualified in Construction Management, Civil Works, Quantity Surveying, Carpentry and HSE management.

We specialise in:
  • Construction
  • Refurbishment & Fitout
  • Civil Construction
  • Solar Farm Construction
  • Delivering complex projects in metropolitan, regional and remote locations

When you work with us, you’ll not only see the value in the delivery of a successful project, but also through the social outcomes you’ll achieve through genuine and sustainable engagement with the Indigenous community.

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Latest News

01 December 2021

New Project Win Announcements

JERVIS BAY RANGE FACILITY AIRFIELD REMEDIATION WORKSThis project broadly involves undertaking refurbishment works including all external and internal areas...

02 October 2021

BY Group's Jarrad Maynard Featured in Clontarf Newsletter

We are pleased to partner with Clontarf to provide employment opportunities for young Aboriginal Australians.

15 September 2021

How to engage an Indigenous construction contractor

Indigenous people make up roughly 3% of the population of Australia, and yet, despite this, they only represent as owners of roughly 0.06% of Australia’s...