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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.

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"A BIG thank you for the amazing job you did at Mount Kuring-gai! We moved in yesterday and all our employees LOVE the new office space. It was a very hard weekend organising the move and ensuring everything was perfect for the first day, but the best possible reward was to see the faces, expressions and gratitude of everyone. It was extremely satisfying to see people sitting and meeting in the collaboration areas. "

Fresenius Kabi Juan Villar, Country Manager Australia and New Zealand


Interview; Diana Jones 2019 NAWIC NSW Award winner

MPA sponsored the award for ‘Achievement in construction – refurbishment and fitout’ at the NAWIC NSW 2019 Awards for Excellence. Winner of the award, Diana Jones spoke with MPA’s Marketing & Client Relations Director and NAWIC President Once Removed, Sarah Hogan, to discuss her views on NAWIC and some insight into the future of the industry. What do you remember about the early part of your career in the industry? I was studying nights, part time at Ultimo TAFE and I was the only female in the class. My teacher seemed determined to see me fail, however my resilience was built up by my classmates, as they saw the unfair treatment and helped me through. There are lots of great people in the industry – females and males - and I aspire to be one of them. How well do you think the NAWIC Awards is recognised in the industry? I almost never need to explain what NAWIC is because the industry is so familiar with the awards and what NAWIC is doing. In the construction industry, the NAWIC NSW Awards for Excellence is the most renowned networking event of the year. There is a diversity of attendees across so many industry organisations. It’s not just about who pays the most for sponsorship, it’s all about empowering women in the industry, which is so important. It gives everyone who deserves an award a real chance at winning on their own merit. Would you recommend your career path to young females interested in joining the industry? And how can we attract more women to join? Absolutely. Women are naturally suited to project management as we tend to be creative, organised and as the saying goes, great multitaskers. Empathy and building relationships are inherently embodied in females. These are skills that are extremely beneficial to project management. I didn’t even know roles like mine existed when I was at school. I think we should be advocating career paths in the construction industry to young girls in school. I’m sure most would never consider it as an option unless we do a better job telling them about what’s out there. It’s important to remember we are always progressing. In 2019, the field is more inclusive, and I know I wouldn’t be the only female in the class now. That’s already a significant change. How do you envision the construction industry in 10+ years’ time? I never could have imagined how the construction is today, so it’s hard to say what it will be like in 10 years. However, with the ever-changing landscape things will have to change, whether that is the materials we’re using, how we are building, what we are building or just the industry’s culture. I also believe technology will play a big part in it, and we have to make sure our industry keeps up by pushing the envelope, incorporating new technology in the way we work. While we will continue to think big and the industry will survive and adapt - regardless of all the changes.

MPA Victoria Transform Thales

2018 was an impressive year for MPA Victoria, delivering multi-million dollar projects for clients including Nike, The Executive Centre and Fujitsu. Another great example of project success is our collaboration with Group GSA and Aston Consulting to deliver a large-scale workplace transformation project for Thales, a multinational defence, aerospace, space, security and transport group. In a tightening office accommodation market, Thales made a strategic decision to stay in their current premises on the banks of the Yarra River in the World Trade Centre, developing a brief with the consultant team to completely reinvent the working environment to maximise positive cultural change. With Thales’ internal PM group overseeing the team, MPA were engaged early in the design development phase to provide construction programming, cost estimates, design coordination and staging strategies to ensure Thales could remain fully operational throughout the construction phase of the project. Through this involvement, MPA were able to offer Thales a fixed price to undertake the construction of the new fitout. Completed over three stages, the project reflects Thales’ clear vision for an inspirational working environment, with the design expertly curated by Group GSA and Aston Consulting. The views down the Yarra from the breakout space are almost as inspiring as the flexible working environment, varied meeting areas and abundant collaboration space the new workplace provides to the lucky four hundred and fifty Thales team members based in Melbourne. “It is incredibly difficult to grow a successful corporation with strong values that are upheld. At the completion of the project and reflecting back on your team's conduct, I can honestly say that each member of the MPA team has impressed me each and every time. I look forward to Thales and MPA continue to deliver more projects with ‘genuine partnerships’ like the one we have had.” Bobby Pavlickovski, Operations Director, Thales It was a fantastic project by all involved, highlighted by the finished space being handed over two weeks early. This exemplifies the work we do in the Melbourne workplace sector and we look forward to continuing this in 2019. Fast Facts Pre-construction: 4 months Construction: 3 stages over 16 months Area: 6,841m2 Delivery method: Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) & D&C Lump Sum