Jack Fielding, On & Off Field Goals

With three and a half years under his belt at McCormack, Jack’s dedication and loyalty have been evident since day one. Known for his friendly nature, he’s the go-to guy, both at work and in his personal life.   Outside of the office, he’s taken on the role of president at Footscray United Rangers, aRead More

Movember, Wrap up

The Mo-Cormack team were committed to the Movember fundraiser from day 1,  whether it was through growing moustaches or engaging in daily runs or walks, everyone contributed to raising awareness. Throughout the month, we collectively covered over 915 kilometres and raised more than $2673 to the Movember Foundation. Participating in Movember through running or walkingRead More

Oaks Day, Celebrating Shared Success

McCormack hosted its biggest event of the year at the Elms Trackside for Kennedy Oaks Day. Our trackside marquee provided the perfect backdrop for reconnecting with valued clients we’ve had the pleasure of collaborating with over the past year. It was a day filled with celebration, not only of our own achievements but also ofRead More

Mahmoud Elmasry, Embracing the Journey

McCormack cadet Mahmoud is trained on-site by HSE Coordinator James Godfrey.

Meet Mahmoud Elmasry, a current cadet at McCormack whose goal is to become a construction manager. Mahmoud’s journey, as he’ll tell you, owes much of its success to the valuable lessons he learned from his upbringing and hobbies such as Muay Thai and the values his family instilled into him from a young age.  Read More

James Godfrey, Personalising Safety

James Godfrey

Having over 8 years of experience in the safety sector, James has consistently sought innovative approaches to emphasise the importance of safety and the communication methods associated with delivering this message to all staff and contractors. One approach that has particularly stood out is personalising safety. By incorporating a personal touch to safety practices inRead More

Tomorrow’s Workspace: 88 Walker Street

Aerial View: 88 Walker Street, Sydney

88 Walker Street presents a premium 50-storey high-rise landmark positioned in the heart of the North Sydney business district. The landmark which is the tallest building in Sydney offers fantastic open floor layouts with panoramic views in a building that includes third office spaces like business hubs, cafes, restaurants, commercial end-of-trip facilities, a gym, andRead More

ANNIE KOIKER, POWER IN STORYTELLING

Two women working in a comfortable McCormack-designed breakout space

McCormack is always looking for ways to expand and demonstrate our skillset. How we demonstrate and display our work is crucial in showing our brand – in a positive light of course – but in ways that align with McCormack’s values and notions of quality and attention to detail. Making sure our team always putsRead More

BUILDING STRONG FUTURES

Apprentice Riley McCormack learning from the project management team on a McCormack construction site in Melbourne - skill development in progress

In the dynamic world of construction, the adage “learning is a lifelong process” holds truer than ever. The industry is constantly evolving, and embracing a passion for learning is the key to personal and professional growth. We firmly believe that continuous learning is the cornerstone of success, and we are dedicated to fostering career progressionRead More

Kirstie Latham, an outside perspective

Portrait of the Kirstie Latham of the Strategic Partnerships Team, Captured in a Head Shot Photo

With a Bachelors degree in Business from the University of Lincoln (U.K.) and plenty of industry experience, Latham doesn’t lack expertise, but as she will tell you herself, “I’m not from Melbourne, and this is a position that is about connections. Over time and with the support of a lot of amazing people it hasRead More

Stewart Bowman, paving your own path

Head Shot of Stewart Bowman, project manager for McCormack.

“I wanted to leave school, so my parents said to me I can only leave if I get an apprenticeship. So, I went door knocking and became a plasterer. My boss made me do carpentry at night school too, so by the time I was seventeen I had two trades and was fully qualified,” heRead More