Staff owed thousands let go as NSW construction company Main Facilities collapses

Construction company Main Facilities has gone bust after over a decade reshaping the state.

The state government contractor which worked on commercial projects across the education, justice, and health sectors entered administration last Wednesday.

Vanguard Insolvency Australia liquidator Mohammad Najjar was appointed as the administrator to oversee the future of the company, according to ASIC.

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Najjar told that “up to 15” staff members were terminated before his appointment.

He said that the former employees are collectively owed about $300,000 in outstanding employee entitlements, but the exact figure is still being calculated.

It is just a fraction of what the company owes other creditors, with that figure “potentially upwards of $7m to $8m,” Najjar said.

Najjar said that Main Facilities director George Bancs informed him that a “lack of new projects to work on and the associated revenue” is behind the move to appoint administrators.

It is understood Main Facilities was recently awarded a contract for a NSW government project. is awaiting comment from the NSW deputy premier’s office.

The company’s offerings spanned across base building works, heritage, and refurbishments, to design and construct, as well as building and construction management to oversee project completion.

It has been in operation since 2013. has reached out to Main Facilities for comment.

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