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Our company

Our company

History of success

Foundations that excite us about where we’re going next.

When brothers Peter and Ian Carter founded Prestige Building Services in Canberra in 1989, they based their business on giving clients quality and certainty.

Fast forward a decade, and their reputation for doing just that saw them deliver a large proportion of the Sydney Olympic Village. It led to the opening of a Sydney office in 2000, followed by expansion into Brisbane and even more landmark builds.

Today, we are one of Australia’s most insightful, reputable and collaborative construction companies and our team culture and client loyalty are the greatest measures of our success.

We’re here for life.

Sydney Olympic Village

Newington, NSW

Here for life is a commitment to manifest our partners’ vision and add value over the entire life of a project. It also recognises that we produce places that shape people’s lives. We never lose sight of that.

Adam Moore

We raise the bar

Our partners’ success is our success – awards are just a cherry on top.

We shape projects around our client partners’ needs, not around awards criteria, but industry recognition justifies their confidence in us delivering exceptional outcomes.

Rock-solid corporate governance

Time-tested financial strength signals our sustainability.

Robust finance capabilities are critical for so many facets of our work with partners. Whether it’s capital restructuring, acquisition due diligence, joint ventures, equity partnerships or long-term commercial planning, we have it covered.

Our liquidity, bonding capacity and the high quality of our pipeline projects assures our ongoing growth while remaining resilient to macro-economic challenges.

80% of clients come
from referrals

What we stand for

Our values distinguish our culture and guide how we work.

At PBS, a common spirit of endeavour and inclusiveness determines the way we engage with each other and with our partners.


Our executives are more than just builders.

Our entire leadership team comprises widely-practiced construction and finance professionals who revel in what they do for a living.

Support for our communities

We give back and foster causes we believe in.

Whether it’s fundraising, supporting local business, providing learning opportunities, donating blood or volunteering to help with emergency management, we’re big on backing our community and helping make life better for others.

Going greener

We believe in protecting what’s important.

Environmental performance is firmly embedded in our business strategy and integral to every one of our projects.

We strive to continually improve our efforts to measure and mitigate the environmental impact of our equipment, facilities, materials and processes.

Take a closer look


Director/General Manager, NSW

Dominic has held senior positions in Australia, the UK and the Middle East and worked extensively in both the commercial, residential, industrial and mining sectors over more than three decades.

His experience spans all aspects of project lifecycle from concept design, estimating and contract negotiation through to construction delivery, occupation and operation.

Dominic has delivered projects that range in size from $1m to $200m and says the key to success is open communication with client partners.


Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary

Melanie has broad-ranging business management, strategic, operational and financial experience gained in senior executive roles over a number of decades.

A Fellow of CPA Australia and a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Melanie also draws on her strong commercial background as CFO, company secretary and COO in listed and unlisted environments across the property, health and education sectors.

She is actively involved in the community and has extensive board experience as a director on private companies, subsidiaries, joint ventures and not for profit companies.



Ian started PBS with his brother Peter in 1989 and has nurtured its transformation from a Canberra-based residential building business to an integrated multi-state property group.

Ian is a board member of OzHelp, a foundation that aims to enhance the wellbeing of apprentices and workers in the construction and building industry.

He is also a graduate of the Institute of Company Directors, a trustee of the MBA Skills Trust, a former board member of MBA Group Training and a long-time former serving member of the Master Builders Council.


Chief Operating Officer/General Manager, Qld

Matthew oversees and supports the day-to-day operational functions at PBS, drawing on his multi-year experience leading design and construction projects across commercial and residential sectors.

Among other innovations, Matthew has guided the digital transformation of the PBS management system across project and corporate functions.

Matthew is actively involved in industry organisations and currently sits on the board of ACT Master Builders Association as commercial sector chair, and is also chair of MBA ACT Group Training Association.



Over several decades, Adam Moore has performed every role in construction from carpenter to general manager.

He has extensive experience in large, adaptive reuse projects and has overseen multi-million-dollar construction projects for diverse clientele including Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co and Qantas, among others.

In recent years he has helped guide landmark aged care, education, hospitality and multi-residential projects.

Today, Adam is known for his commitment to growing his people’s potential. He measures leadership success as the point at which his team members put him out of a job.


General Manager Developments

With tertiary qualifications in land economics and a master of business under her belt, Clare has a wealth of best-practice knowledge that she’s previously applied to great effect on award-winning developments such as the $400m masterplan of the ACT suburb of Crace.

She has a keen understanding of all aspects of development including the ideation of concepts, commercial frameworks, performance, sustainability, risk mitigation, innovation initiatives and strategic direction.

Clare is recognised as a seasoned operative who is adept at solving complex, multi-dimensional problems.


General Manager, ACT

Matthew is one of the Australian construction sector’s rare individuals who has tertiary qualifications in psychology along with construction technology, and construction planning and management.

He has led many award-winning projects across a variety of industry sectors.

Matthew has overseen construction management projects, design and construction builds and hard dollar/lump sum ventures in both private and public sectors, including ACT and federal government works.

He is known for his personable communication and proficiency in contract management.



When he joined PBS in 1997, Warren brought with him years of experience running a successful carpentry business.

He quickly moved through the PBS ranks to become general manager in the ACT before moving north in 2018 to head up PBS’s Queensland arm.

Having delivered countless projects across four states and a territory, Warren is known for his attention to detail and the strong relationships he forms with clients that generates a swathe of repeat business.

Warren also spearheads many of PBS’s community projects and industry training opportunities for PBS team members.