It takes dedication, experience and a genuine passion for the industry to offer second-to-none service. As leaders in the building management services sector, the team at Star BMS is committed to delivering a comprehensive and diverse range of professional services.
Mark Stewart is the General Manager of Star BMS. He brings decades of experience as a Building and Facilities Manager and has been Maintenance Manager on a number of large strata titled buildings. Mark has an extensive knowledge of Body Corporate communities and has owned and run building Management Rights for more than a decade. He brings to Star BMS, expert knowledge on reporting, budgets and compliance matters.
Prior to StarBMS, Rhiannon was engaged as a building manager for Arden Group (property developer) who retained the management letting rights for their residential development Jade in Albion, which is 370 apartments. She was responsible for looking after the day to day running of the building, including overseeing a team of caretakers and property managers. She brings with her a great skillset and a passion for the property industry.
FACILITY MANAGER/BUILDING MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT
Maria has come from a large international facility company, with many years of experience as a Facilities Manager while looking after multiple sites. She was extensively involved with the consolidation of five sites into one location for a leading technology company. Maria has a wide range of knowledge as a compliance consultant and is a qualified Fire Safety Adviser.
BUILDING MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT
Chris is a Brisbane native with 27 years of experience in facilities management, eight of which have been with Star BMS as a Building Management Consultant. He has held executive and consulting positions within property management groups as well as direct operational roles in a variety of strata buildings in Australia and overseas. Chris’ experience extends to producing specialised building reports for bodies corporate and he possesses a broad range of operational skills.
Throughout our many years in the industry we’ve seen the consequences of a lack of planning combined with a poor standard of maintenance that results in buildings not cared for properly, and in turn, losing value.
Failure to invest in a maintenance plan can lead to:
These factors can lead to a rapid decline in the condition and cleanliness of a property. Rectification of these issues is often a costly endeavour for the body corporate.