Brisbane building company National Projects collapses leaving several major projects unfinished and 200 employees in limbo

A construction company that has completed projects across Australia has become the latest company in the industry to go bankrupt and appoint a receiver.

With projects completed in most states in Australia and 192 employees, National Projects and Maintenance reportedly sent an email to site supervisors in Brisbane on Monday afternoon informing them of the company’s closure.

The company is responsible for projects in Brisbane, New South Wales, Victoria, the ACT, Western and South Australia.

The Courier mail reports that the company appointed a curator on Monday evening.

A national builder has notified its Brisbane job sites of the closure and appointed a liquidator (stock image)

The company’s recent projects in Queensland include renovations of several schools in the Gold Coast, Brisbane and Lowood, northwest of Ipswich.

The company has also worked on numerous projects in the commercial, retail, government and industrial sectors.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted National Projects and Maintenance for comment.

More to come.