The Master Builders Association of NSW (Master Builders) is the leading building and construction industry association across the state. A not for profit organisation, it is chartered with representing and furthering the interests of the building and construction industry.
Master Builders provides representation and services to members and the industry in key areas such as industrial relations, workplace health and safety, legal and contracts, training and government regulation/legislation.
Master Builders also seeks to develop alliances with key organisations to provide members with direct commercial benefits.
Master Builders was established in 1873, making it the oldest employer association in Australia. With nearly 8000 members in NSW and 8 regional offices throughout the state, Master Builders is the only industry body that represents all sectors within the building and construction industry.
Master Builders NSW Mission Statement
"To promote the interest of the building and construction industries and protect the rights of MBA NSW members"
MBA NSW Constitution
The MBA NSW Constitution is the set of rules by which the Master Builders Association of NSW is governed. To read the full set of rules in a PDF document, click the PDF link below. For any questions regarding the MBA NSW, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Alterations of MBANSW Rules
Under regulation 126 of the Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Regulations 2009, please find below information (notice) relating to alteration of MBA rules which has been lodged with the Fair Work Commission (FWC).
Code of Ethics
All members of the Master Builders Association of New South Wales subscribe to the Association's Code of Ethics and Fair Business Practice.