Australian Buildings & Construction Commissioner  provide solutions to solve various building and construction industry issues. Australian Buildings & Construction Commissioner are capable of enforcing workplace laws for addressing these building and construction industry issues. The primary goal of Australian Buildings & Construction Commissioner is to enforce workplace relation laws in building and construction industry workplaces. These workplace relation laws enable smooth functioning of building and construction industry workplaces. Australian Buildings & Construction Commissioner have offices located in Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Hobart and Adelaide. Australian Buildings & Construction Commissioner conduct several training programmes for providing proper guidance to workplace personnel of building and construction industry. Australian Buildings & Construction Commissioner commenced its operations in 2005.

Workplace relation laws, enforced by Australian Buildings & Construction Commissioner, comply with Building Construction Industry Improvement Act 2005, Workplace Relations Act 1996 and Independent Contractors Act 2006. Australian Buildings & Construction Commissioner house a dynamic team of investigators capable of launching investigations as well as implementing immediate legal actions for resolving different issues. These investigators include law enforcement personnel and industrial relations professionals. Investigators of Australian Buildings & Construction Commissioner can identify relevant issues and also research appropriate solutions for problems affecting the building and construction industry.