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A building division to suit every need

A team with the expertise, experience and systems to deliver projects across all sectors.
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Our specialist office fitout division that provides an end-to-end solution for your corporate workplace.
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"MPA won the competitive tender for Microsoft based off the team’s experience, allocated resource commitment and design innovation that was demonstrated during the tender period. MPA showed early on that this was not just talk, but action and they quickly followed through with their full commitment to Microsoft and the fitout with the attention required to make such a detailed, complex and hi-tech project come together so efficiently. MPA were quick to offer solutions at every stage of the project and illustrated experience and knowledge in developing the complex design and construct elements of the project to Microsoft’s satisfaction. Collaboration and technical expertise across the entire project team was the only way Microsoft’s new headquarters would come close to meeting client expectations – thank you MPA for being a crucial part of the project team and contributing to the delivery of Microsoft’s vision, we are absolutely delighted with the outcome!"

Colliers International Adam Howard, National Director – Project Leaders

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Celebrating International Women's Day (IWD) – Q&A with Sarah Hogan

Describe your career journey and an overview of your current role. I have been privileged to work at MPA for nearly two decades. My role is ever evolving and keeps me busy in market engaging with our customers and facilitator’s. What are your future aspirations in the construction industry? My aspiration is for more women to be involved in the property and construction industry. What does IWD mean to you, personally and in terms of your career? International Women’s Day has been part of my construction journey. It's a day to check in, reflect and connect with colleagues and friends both professionally and personally. How do you think the construction industry can further #breakthebias? The property and construction industry has a big job ahead educating industry leaders on the value and balance women bring to the table #breakthebias. We have a responsibility to give back and educate young girls to make the right choices and that there is a great career path in the property and construction industry for them. If you could give your younger self, just starting out the their career some advice, what would it be? Dream big, back yourself and don’t give up when things get hard. Challenges and hard work convert to growth and being your best. Be fearless, be brave and never give up! What is your career highlight? Describe a moment, project, campaign or cause you’re most proud of. Travelling to Nepal in 2011 with Habitat for Humanity with 100 amazing women to build homes for homeless widows. We celebrated IWD there together and we were able to make an amazing impact for others to have a better life. It was a foundational experience for me, amazing memories, and lifelong friendships.
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Celebrating International Women's Day (IWD) - Q&As with Anastasia Fulton

Describe your career journey and an overview of your current role. As an architect I have always had a passion for integrating design with commercial outcomes. Globally influenced, I have worked in London, Hong Kong and Kuala Lumper. At MPA, as Project Director I am responsible for the Design and Construct division. I work collaboratively with clients, consultants and amongst our teams to ensure the design of a project meets the brief with regard to intent, purpose, program and budget. Think of me as a coach, I put together the right team with the right skills and resources, pushing and pulling the levers and challenging solutions to ensure project success. What are your future aspirations in the construction industry? I view my role as an opportunity to mentor those in my team; to nurture and support them to grow into their roles, and to show them the importance of how to collaborate and manage outcomes. I believe that if you work hard and prove yourself and be a good human being you will leave a positive legacy. What does IWD mean to you, personally and in terms of your career? As an industry we need to do more to recognise talented women, to reflect on the value that women can bring to projects and how a diverse approach will enhance the outcome. How do you think the construction industry can further #breakthebias? We need to be confident with our ability and speak up. People need to be conscious that if you want to grow – we benefit by creating an environment that is diverse and welcomes ranges of opinion. In my role, where I manage, mentor and coach teams – I advocate the importance of nurturing relationships, showing my team the importance of collaborating to manage outcomes. A successful project is not just one that delivers the brief but has also engaged positively with the team and celebrates the people who have contributed. If you could give your younger self, just starting out the their career some advice, what would it be? Find a mentor who will advocate your continued growth and provide a more mature and experienced lens to assist you to navigate your career decisions. What is your career highlight? Describe a moment, project, campaign or cause you’re most proud of. I have been most proud to have left a positive lasting impression on previous team members I have lead. I feel extremely rewarded watching their careers thrive after they have left my teams, been promoted and still come back to me for advice. That is the positive legacy I wish to leave on people.
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