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Our contracting division with the expertise, experience and systems to deliver large scale projects.
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"I would like to call out the professionalism and expertise that was demonstrated consistently by MPA on the project to ensure VISA's requirements were not only met but exceeded."

VISA Clint Hayes, Director Sourcing - Australia and New Zealand

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GOOD THINGS COME IN THREES

On Saturday night MPA proved that good things really do come in threes as we were lucky enough to take home three awards at the 2018 Master Builders Association (MBA) Excellence in Construction Awards. Highly contested in all sectors, the prestigious MBA awards represent the encouragement and promotion of excellence in construction, workmanship, innovation and dedication to the industry. Held at The Star Event Centre, the black tie gala award evening attracted over 900 industry participants and shone the light on the very best in commercial construction. Demonstrating our excellence in the Shop Fitouts ($2,000,001 - $5,000,000) category, MPA took out the award for Jardan Sydney’s flagship fitout. MPA managed the transformation of the three-storey heritage listed building inspired by Jardan’s interpretation of classic Australian architecture. With a focus on Australian products, the project features marble on the staircase and walls, brass awning signage and timber treads creating a modern Australian look. One of the standout elements is the rounded triangle shaped staircase, which runs up the centre of the three level store. Clad in plasterboard with timber treads, marble nosing from Queensland and timber handrails, the cantilevering staircase mimics the unique shape of the skylight above. MPA also took out the award for Interior Fitouts ($3,500,001 - $4,000,000) for Visa’s Barangaroo Office fitout. VISA’s relocation from its existing premises placed a strong focus on time and quality. The sophisticated fitout that showcases VISA’s brand whilst incorporating high-level finishes and high-end AV technology. It also features several standout elements including a reception with brick feature walls, several operable walls, feature brick ceiling, coffee bar, sunken lounge and joinery booths. Last but definitely not least, MPA received its third award of the night for Interior Fitouts ($15,000,001 & Over) for its fitout of Baker McKenzie’s Tower One Barangaroo office space. Extending across three levels, the unique and innovative Baker McKenzie project features high-end finishes, curved glass, custom lighting, curved plaster wall and a floating interconnecting staircase joining all three levels. Steering away from individual offices, the staff area incorporates open plan workstations, collaborative areas, flexible zone spaces and multi-functional meeting rooms, all with a strong emphasis on quality. We are honoured to be recognised by MBA for our hard work and achievements, and are proud to have won over 20 MBA awards. Thank you to all our team and partners for their great work and congratulations to all our fellow winners and nominees. We look forward to another year of outstanding work.
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2018 NAWIC NSW AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE

Women were recognised for exceptional talent and leadership in the property and construction industry at the 2018 NAWIC NSW Awards for Excellence More than 1,100 guests gathered at the International Conventional Centre Sydney last week for the 22nd annual NAWIC NSW Awards for Excellence. Celebrating the construction and property industry’s advancement of women, the event is hosted by the National Association for Women in Construction NSW Chapter, and attracted a record number of more than 100 nominations across 11 categories. The awards are a clear expression of the progress being made by Australian women in construction, and celebrate both rising women stars and recognised leaders from across the property and construction industry, as well as companies supporting and guiding female talent. “Each year, NAWIC shines a light on this progress. From the apprentice, to the first-year university student, to the CEO, women now enjoy more opportunities than what we could have imagined even a few short years ago. They experience a greater sense of purpose and ambition,” explains NAWIC NSW President and MPA’s Marketing & Client Relations Director, Sarah Hogan. Changing values within business and the broader community means women have an extraordinary opportunity to make a real difference to the way the male-dominated industry operates. This was felt throughout the event, with guests enthralled and entertained by the MC on the night, acclaimed journalist, TV presenter and vocal campaigner for #metoo, Jessica Rowe. Dami Im, who represented Australia at Eurovision, featured as the headline act. The night also featured an auction of two pot chairs and an A222 circular coffee table by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen, which was donated by Richard Munao, founder and managing director of Cult. All proceeds from the auction contribute to the International Women’s Day Scholarship in 2019. MPA were once again a proud sponsor of the event, and were present at the awards. Director Ben Ritchie presented the MPA Award for Achievement in Construction, Refurbishment and Fitout, which was awarded to Michele Biruski from Stockland. This award recognises achievement in applying exceptional construction processes to a project that has reached practical completion, and awards the winner for successfully managing complex components of a project. With the industry overwhelmingly under-represented by women, the NAWIC NSW awards are an important vehicle to advance the careers of women, and to enhance the property and construction industry. “A sustainable and successful workforce of women in construction and property must start at the grass roots level. NAWIC’s sustained efforts have helped more women to lead, learn, collaborate network and celebrate excellence – and as we do the depth and breadth of our female talent pool expands,” said Sarah. MPA congratulates everyone who won an award on the night, and all those women who were nominated for awards this year.
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