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ACOR Celebrates 25 Years

This year marks our 25th anniversary, and what better way to celebrate than with those who helped us along our journey – our people and our clients.

Throughout June and July, we hosted events in each state to commemorate the milestone.

We kicked off celebrations in Perth at the Ritz-Carlton. Our Guest speakers were Damian Martin and Brett Warner, both are from the Pilbara foundation which fosters opportunities and pathways based on education and training, focusing on health, wellbeing and lifestyle within regional and remote communities.

Our National Strategy Leader for Clients, Sean Page, stated, “It was a great night – the engagement and support from our clients was even greater than I expected, and I look forward to a similar atmosphere at the next four client events.”

We moved on to Brisbane where Natalie Cook OAM OLY attended as our guest speaker. We were incredibly lucky to have Natalie there, she gifted us with a signed volleyball which now sits in the Brisbane Office Lunchroom.

Canberra was our half-way point where we greeted our guests at the National Museum of Australia. Brodie Wootten, the Executive Director of the Defence Estate Works Program, took the time to speak to our guests and reinforce our strong relationship with Defence.

ACOR began on a kitchen bench in Sydney, so the Sydney event was a proud moment for ACOR and our people, and well worth celebrating with our loyal clients. We were fortunate to have the NSW Building Commissioner, David Chandler OAM, as our guest speaker at this event, and were humbled when he shared why he chose to work with us on Project Remediate – noting our culture, our local approach, our commitment to excellence, and our ability to do a great job for NSW.

Our final destination was Melbourne where the Chair of the Construction Industry Culture Taskforce, Gabrielle Trainor AO LL.B M.A FAICD, spoke to our guests about her work on Culture in Construction, discussing issues such as mental health and diversity within the industry.