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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


MPA’s Dominance in the Hospitality Sector

The influx of restaurants opening in the Sydney CBD has contributed to MPA’s increasing dominance within the hospitality sector, delivering numerous high-end hospitality projects over the last few months. With budgets over $2 million, MPA has created restaurants that have become desirable destinations, demonstrating excellence in delivery across the hospitality sector.   DISTRICT BRASSERIE MPA were brought on board by District Brasserie to add a $2.2 million new dining experience to the recently renovated foyer in Chifley Square. The project involved creating a brand new fitout for a coffee offer, bar and restaurant. The design brief was a classy brasserie style, that creates a sophisticated yet casual elegance, suitable for business breakfasts, long lunches and evening events. The takeaway coffee offer, which is separate from the restaurant and bar, features a large stainless steel structure in gold plating, highlighted with black mirrors and frosted glass. Marble and glass cabinets extend from the structure to showcase the pastries from the in-house bakery. A similar theme is carried through to the restaurant, which features timber flooring, distressed feature render, full prep kitchen and main bar. The main bar is the focal point, constructed of elegant green marble with a polished brass wine shelving surrounding the top. To complement the feel of Chifley Square, District Brasserie has been designed with an open-ceiling bar to highlight the existing steel beams and columns, which support Chifley Tower. Working in a live operational high-end CBD building involved operating closely with stakeholders to ensure nothing was impeded and that the proposed design was met. “All my challenges were actioned appropriately and were dealt, with a high level of professionalism and integrity by the whole company,” said Sam Loutfi, owner of District Brasserie. MODE KITCHEN & BAR Another addition to the growing CBD dining scene is Mode Kitchen & Bar. MPA were engaged by Four Seasons Hotel in Sydney to refurbish and renew an existing restaurant into a $2.8 million luxurious yet comfortable ground floor bar and restaurant. The design brief required the creation of a variety of spaces including intimate banquettes, two semi-private dining rooms, a chef’s table and a tasting table that overlooks the open kitchen. The refreshed space has a touch of glamour with brass accents, stone bench tops and velvet and leather upholstery. There is also a curved, fluted glass façade, which separates the restaurant from the lobby and envelopes guests, giving the space a private and intimate feel. The nine-metre long stone bar is a focal point in the restaurant, featuring coloured stone slab, accented by brass highlights and suspended shelving. “MPA rose to the challenge of overcoming the many structural unknowns of the existing building and adopted a flexible approach to keep the project moving forward despite these obstacles. They assembled a skilled team whose craftsmanship achieved a fine level of detail which is critical for 5-star hospitality projects,” said Janice Baird, Senior Interior Design, Luchetti Krelle. There was a significant amount of structural elements and steel required in the project, and a new raised floor was also installed to bring the entire floor space to a level finish. Working in a live hotel lobby space with a constant flow of guests and staff meant that works had to be carefully coordinated to ensure there was no disruption to the busy lobby, function spaces and guests staying in the hotel. Significant noise restrictions were also in place, which required MPA to coordinate with building management to ensure works were completed on time whilst maintaining the live operation of the hotel. MPA’s project with Mode Kitchen & Bar exemplifies the work we do. Since completing the high-end project, Mode Kitchen & Bar has been featured in Vogue Living and has been shortlisted for Best Restaurant Design in the 2017 Eat Drink Design Awards.   VIEW OTHER RECENTLY COMPLETED HOSPITALITY PROJECTS FROM THE EXPERIENCED MPA TEAM Johnny Fong’s Lloyd's Bistro Mercado

2017 NAWIC NSW Awards for Excellence

Women celebrated at the 2017 NAWIC NSW Awards for Excellence. Women achievers from the construction industry were honoured last night at the 21st annual NAWIC NSW Awards for Excellence. Held at The Star in Sydney, the black tie event attracted 925 guests from all sectors of the construction industry. The NSW Chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) host the annual event, which this year attracted over 61 entries across the 10 categories. Construction is still Australia’s most male-dominated industry, with only 12% of the total construction workforce being women. NAWIC champions and empowers women in the construction and related industries to reach their full potential. Their vision is an equitable industry within which women fully participate. They host the awards each year to celebrate the contributions made by women at all career levels and in all sectors of the construction industry. Guests gathered at The Star to recognise their peers for their achievements and to celebrate rising female stars and leaders from across the property and construction industry, as well as the companies supporting and guiding female talent. “Each year, the awards celebrate practical and positive changes occurring across the industry, and the number of award submissions grows as our female talent pool does,” explains President of NAWIC’s NSW Chapter and Marketing & Client Relations Director at MPA, Sarah Hogan. The room was brimming with excitement as the awards were hosted by television presenter and journalist Lee Lin Chin and featured a performance from the Sydney Street Choir, who work to support those who are homeless and disadvantaged. Prior to the start of the evening, MC Lee Lin Chin sat down with NAWIC NSW President Sarah Hogan to discuss the success of NAWIC, how the industry is performing and why the theme of City Lights was chosen for this year’s awards “With so much construction going on, we decided to celebrate the advancement of our wonderful city and its ever evolving skyline and streetscape,” explains Sarah. MPA, who were once again a proud sponsor of the event, were present at the awards with Director Ben Ritchie presenting the MPA Award for Achievement in Construction, Refurbishment and Fit Out, which was awarded to Amanda Hacket of SHAPE Australia. The awards hold an important position within the male-dominated industry and Sarah is a key driving force, “Personally, I am committed to making a positive change towards gender diversity and doing much more than performing an executive role in a male-dominated industry. For me, it’s about leadership, networking, mentoring and contributing philanthropically. Equally, it’s about embracing the fact that these tasks often sit alongside the important responsibility of running a family,” she said in her opening address. MPA congratulates everyone who won an award on the night, and to all those women who were nominated for awards this year.