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Our divisions

A building division to suit every need

Our contracting division with the expertise, experience and systems to deliver large scale projects.
Our specialist office fitout division that provides an end-to-end solution for your corporate workplace.
Our rapid response works division enabling us to provide ongoing solutions to your project needs, large or small.

Our philosophy


How we do it


"MPA's support and dedication was outstanding. The team repeatedly demonstrated their willingness to go out of their way to ensure they delivered the outcome we were looking for. They were very helpful in offering advice and options in the design process, and found ways for us to achieve our desired outcome while keeping within our budget. The support on site was a stand-out point for MPA. They did a great job managing contractors and ensuring all works were completed to a high standard. "

Guild Insurance Kris DeRoss, Change Manager


International Women's Day Scholarship

NAWIC NSW held its annual International Women’s Day (IWD) Breakfast in March at CULT Studio in Chippendale, during which we were proud to announce the winner of the 2018 NAWIC IWD Scholarship. Supported by long-term sponsor CULT, this annual award is the most significant scholarship for female professionals in the property and construction industry. Attending were Sarah Hogan, President NAWIC NSW and MPA Director Marketing & Client Relations, Richard Munao, Founder and Managing Director CULT Design, 2016 Scholarship winner Dr Natalie Galea, Research Associate/PhD Built Environment at UNSW, and a multitude of guests who enjoyed catching up with friends over breakfast canapes and Bellinis on a sparkling Autumn morning. Congratulations to 2018 Scholarship winner Dr Phillippa Carnemolla, whose research application was selected from a field of 19 strong proposals. Dr Phillippa’s research will focus on school-aged girls’ perceptions of careers in the construction industry and trades. The future of gender equality in our industry relies on the career choices of today’s school students; therefore the social and cultural influences on girls’ career choices cannot be underestimated. We look forward to hearing the outcome of her findings at next year’s NAWIC IWD Breakfast. We were also delighted to hear insights from our 2017 NAWIC IWD Scholarship winner, Sara Pendergast, who discussed the findings of her research, “What does effective attraction of females to operational roles look like?” In her paper, Sara examines reasons for low female participation in the construction sector, seeking to discover how the construction industry can successfully attract women into operational roles to support a more holistic industry. To download a copy of Sara’s paper, please see Please join us in congratulating our 2017 and 2018 Scholarship winners, whose research contributions enable us in construction and property to examine the gender imbalances within our industry, in order to bring about real and lasting change.

MPA Christmas Cocktail Party 2017

MPA took the opportunity to thank our partners for an outstanding year at our Christmas party at Simmer on the Bay. We wish you all a safe and joyful festive season. We look forward to another amazing year in 2018. [gallery link="file" ids="2686,2685,2684,2683,2682,2681,2680,2679,2678,2677,2676,2675,2674,2673,2672,2671,2670,2669,2668,2667,2666,2665,2664,2663,2662,2661,2660,2659,2658,2657,2656,2655,2654,2653,2652,2651,2650,2649,2648,2647,2646,2645,2644,2643,2642,2641,2640,2639,2638,2637,2636,2635,2634,2633,2632,2631,2630,2629,2628,2627,2626,2625,2624,2623,2622,2621,2620,2619,2618,2617,2616,2615,2614,2613,2612,2611,2610,2609,2608,2607,2606,2605,2604,2603,2602,2601,2600,2599,2598,2597,2596,2595,2594,2593,2592,2591,2590,2589,2588,2587,2586,2585"]