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Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride 2019 – Four Cure

CBC’s Director, Ermond Morelli, along with three of his closest mates, Phill Critcher, Ken Smith & John Volkanovski have raised over $60,000 in aid of finding a cure for prostate cancer.

Following last year’s Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride, where Ermond raised over $10,000 to help the fight against prostate cancer and men’s mental health, once again, he has polished his Harley and dressed in his best clothes to ride for a cure.

This year was extra special as Ermond and his 3 friends have come together to form a team, aptly named “Four Cure”. Each of the team members have in many ways been affected, from friends to family members with prostate cancer and have experienced the terrible effects on them and their families. The four team members vowed to raise over $50,000 as a team and lead the way in funding support for a cure.



CBC’s Offices have been generous in their donations, contributing $500 each from the Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Newcastle and Blacktown Offices, where CBC’s Head Office contributed a further $1,000 towards the cause.

CBC’s subsidiary companies CBC Self Storage and EC Morelli providing equally impressive donations, to the tune of $5,000 and $2,000 respectively.

Donations are being accepted throughout October, and we encourage all donations to support this great cause.



About the ride: The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride unites classic and vintage style motorcycle riders all over the world to raise funds and awareness for prostate cancer research and men’s mental health.

The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride was founded in Sydney, Australia by Mark Hawwa. It was inspired by a photo of TV Show Mad Men’s, Don Draper astride a classic bike and wearing his finest suit. Mark decided a themed ride would be a great way of connecting niche motorcycle enthusiasts and communities while raising funds to support the men in our lives.

Continuing its affiliation with the air navigation services industry, Illawarra-based facilities management company, CBC Group were recently awarded the building works for internal and external remediation of the Parafield Control Tower, Adelaide.

The control tower was built between 1938 and 1940 during World War II and, as of 2008, the Parafield Control Tower is the oldest operational tower in Australia. Similar buildings were constructed at Mascot in Sydney and Archerfield in Brisbane, and although they still stand, they are no longer used as control towers.

The Parafield facility has also been used as an operations-administration building and passenger terminal and consists of the original 3-storey building constructed in the 1940’s and the add-on tower constructed in 1980. The original 3-storey building was also modified during the redevelopment in 1980.

Today, only the upper floor and tower cab are occupied by Airservices Australia. The remainder of the building is occupied by tenants including the Adelaide Flight Training Centre. The building is no longer used as a passenger terminal.

Due to the age of the structure, water leakage, movement, cracks and deterioration has become an increasing issue in multiple sections of the structure. CBC has been contracted to undertake remediation works consisting of:
– render replacement,
– roof-top waterproofing,
– internal wall and ceiling lining replacements.

Commenting on this unique project, Josh Ryan, CBC’s Group Operations Manager explains, “it’s a real show of confidence from Airservices Australia in our craftsmanship to be responsible for remediation type work in an important historical building. While we are known for facilities maintenance type work, we are proud of our experience and passion as tradesman. All the senior management team are qualified builders, so we get a real buzz out of taking on projects like the Parafield Airport restoration.”

CBC Group has recently been appointed by Emirates Leisure Retail Australia (ELRA) for the management and delivery of reactive and preventative maintenance services as well as Essential Services across their corporate network of stores in Australia.

Emirates Leisure Retail Australia, a subsidiary of the high-profile Emirates Group, owns and operates a wide-ranging portfolio of restaurants, cafes and bars across the Middle East, Australia and Asia.

In Australia ELRA currently operates 44 establishments across the country comprising 25 Hudsons Coffee outlets plus 19 bars and restaurants
ELRA has rapidly expanded their airport’s bars and restaurants business, which now includes 41 airport locations across the country.

ELRA’s focus on delivering a quality experience is evident with the recent project ‘Sydney City Views’ at Sydney International Airport has been hailed as THE global benchmark in airport dining.

To ensure ELRA’s high quality standards are maintained, in addition to a comprehensive preventative maintenance program, the CBC in-house Helpdesk service will enable stores across the country 24/7 access to log reactive maintenance requests.

“The Emirates name has a global reputation for quality and service” said Adam Bristow, CBC’s Group Facilities Manager.

“To be chosen to help support that reputation through our provision of maintenance services is a big responsibility for us, but one that we continue to deliver on for clients throughout Australia.”

In delivering the ELRA maintenance program CBC will be providing a suite of trades services including:
– Plumbing
– Electrical
– Refrigeration
– Cooking / Kitchen Equipment
– General Maintenance
– Fire Systems Maintenance
– Shop Fit-Outs
– Minor Project Works
– Statutory Maintenance

CBC has recently been awarded the contract with Endeavour Foundation for preventative, routine and corrective maintenance services across the foundations hundreds of sites throughout Australia.

Endeavour Foundation is a not-for-profit charity established in 1951 with a vision to support people with an intellectual disability to live their best life – starting with equal access to education and life-skills learning. Based out of Queensland, it is one of the largest disability support service providers in Australia operating from over 300 locations in three States. These sites are comprised of industrial facilities that employ people with a disability, learning and lifestyle services, retail centres, employment services centres and housing.

The contract will see CBC providing the following trades throughout Australia:
• Handyperson
• Carpentry
• Grounds & Landscaping
• Electrical
• Plumbing
• Mechanical Services (HVAC)
• Cleaning
• Building Certification
• Projects
• Consultancy Services
• Fire Prevention
• Security
Endeavour Foundation were looking for a company that had the experience and scale to provide numerous services, nationally, but also a provider that has the agility to respond effortlessly to unforeseen issues. CBC’s track record with our many national and long-term accounts gave them comfort that CBC is perfectly positioned to handle all situations at all sites.

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