BGC Housing Group streak holds fast, titled WA’s Largest Builder once again

BGC Housing Group has maintained its top ranking in today’s Housing Industry Association (HIA) Top 100 Australian Builders 2020 list, being named the largest builder in WA.

Today’s figures show BGC Housing Group constructed more homes for WA families than any other home builder, delivering on its stated purpose to build the future for more Australians.

BGC Housing Group has kept the title for 11 years in a row, a trend that is likely to continue following the Group’s record of 1,000 sales during June 2020.

BGC Australia CEO Danny Cooper said the result was testament to the Group continually evolving to meet market needs and capped off a big year for the BGC.

He said although it was a challenging financial year for the most part of 2019/20, the strength and stability offered by BGC to consumers, along with its ability to innovate, continues to deliver certainty to the WA housing market.

“A total 2,332 starts were recorded across the 2019/20 financial year, a result driven through the adaption and modernisation of the brand,” Mr Cooper said.

BGC Housing Group Executive General Manager Michael Bartier said the 2019/20 end of financial year results showcased the continued trust Western Australians place in the builder.

“BGC Housing Group this year announced it was modernising its operations with the consolidation of more than 12 brands along with part of its internal administration and construction, to create a powerhouse modern brand,” Mr Bartier said.

“We’ve become a force in the residential housing construction sector since the restructure, meeting customers’ desire to deal with one trusted and well-known brand.”

Last month BGC Housing Group revolutionised the WA home building experience with the opening of their new 1000sqm Osborne Park showroom created by the group.

“We pride ourselves on being leaders in the building industry and our new showroom does just that, offering immersive end-to-end experience for home builders,” Mr Bartier said.

“Now visitors can ‘walk through’ three-dimensional floor plans using VR goggles, digital mood boards, touch and feel products and experiment with different materials and finishes.”