Airmaster first opened its Tasmania branch in September 2012 after business demands increased sparking the need for an office location fit to execute Tasmanian -based contracts.
These contracts were originally managed out of Airmaster’s Victorian branch until 2018, when Tom Marshall was appointed as State Manager and was given the responsibility to drive business within the local market.
Operating out of three separate office spaces, Airmaster established a presence in the region, covering areas in the North, South and North West providing commercial HVAC service and maintenance throughout numerous local facilities.
The branch has seen exponential growth in its time having built an impressive maintenance portfolio, with the expansion of different industry sectors including government, retail, education, mining and aged care.
Beginning with one direct employee the three offices now comprise of 51 staff with State Manager Tom Marshall being instrumental in attracting and retaining key team members. Airmaster management has worked to build a winning culture as well as opening the opportunity for expansion into installation and control sustainability.
“Our branch culture is one of comradery and support, also an environment of trust and enjoyment in what we do,” says branch manager Tom Marshall.
“Our team understands the importance of our customers and the quality service delivery we need to provide to them to remain sustainable and relevant”.
Hiring those with key capabilities, Airmaster Tasmania has grown beyond the realms of traditional HVAC service by exploring several non-traditional sectors which in-turn has seen the steady increase in business revenue. With the constant growth in new contracts, a detailed structure has allowed the branch to have a sole resource concentrating on new maintenance opportunities and business development state-wide.
The process of nurturing and developing relationships has built a strong network of projects and future business ventures, cementing Airmaster as a key driver in the local industry.