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Welcome to Indigenous Business Month

October is celebrated as Indigenous Business month. Indigenous Business Month was established back in 2015 as a way of promoting First Nations’ business as a vehicle towards self-determination, a way of providing positive role models for Indigenous Australians, and improving quality of life in Indigenous communities. Indigenous individuals, businesses and organisations make significant contributions to the Australian economy every day. …

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R U OK?

R U OK? Day is a day to remind ourselves to reach out to those around us, and ask them – are you really ok?  Because it’s ok to admit that you are not OK. With four out of five of our Rork Projects offices in lockdown, this is a very timely reminder to not just check in on our friends, …

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Contemporary Indigenous Artwork at Tuggeranong

Rork Projects were recently engaged by ACT Government TCCS to design and construct the new toilet block at Tuggeranong Lake, with the new toilets to provide service for the existing bike training park, indigenous meeting ground, BBQ area and pedestrian path. The toilets were designed with the intent that the new toilet block would not impede the views of the lake and …

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PCA Reconciliation Series

Thank you to everyone who attended last weeks incredible event with the Property Council Victoria. We are so proud to have been able to partner with you to deliver this event, a wonderful finish to this new event series. Reconciliation is a journey that we need to keep walking together, every day of the year. Thank you to our speakers Jeremy Loeliger, Penelope …

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PCA Mentorship Program

Rork Projects would like to take this time to congratulate Jamie Porter and Conor Mc Gread MRICS, who have recently been accepted into the Property Council of Australia‘s Mentorship Program for 2021/22. The program is a unique annual mentoring experience within the property Industry that sees a select group of people (both mentors and mentees) matched across a wide range of organisations. This is a great …

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Rork Projects Goes Regional

Rork Projects has announced the launch of a new regional Victorian office, to service growing client demand and deliver on an increasing number of project opportunities in the regions. The decision follows a major migration of the population to the regional areas, with the Australian Bureau of Statistics reporting that Greater Melbourne experienced its highest net loss of residents from …

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Rork are helping GIVIT to the Community

Rork Projects team in Sydney took the initiative to avoid land fill and give to those in need by auditing and rehoming an entire floor of furniture from one of our recent projects at Darling Park Tower 2. We are incredibly proud to partner with the charity organisation GIVIT, who are helping us to deliver our agreed waste management and …

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From standing alone to standing together

By John Paul Janke I’ve always had a special connection to NAIDOC Week; it holds such special memories for me. In the 1970s, I remember gatherings and street marches in Cairns with my family and when we moved to Canberra in the late 1970s – attending many community and public events across National Capital. Back then, NAIDOC had just expanded …

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Gold Creek School Smoking Ceremony

This week, the Rork Projects Canberra leadership team took part in an official Smoking Ceremony to kick off their partnership with the ACT Government and Gold Creek Senior School, for a new school extension. This $6M project sees an expansion of the school facilities to house a further 200 students, increasing the capacity of the Gold Creek Senior School to …

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NEW: Rork + PCA Reconciliation Event Series

As we approach the 20th Anniversary of the official Reconciliation Week in Australia, Rork Projects are proud to announce their partnership with the Property Council of Australia for a new event series. ‘The Reconciliation Series’ will be held across the East Coast capitols Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, and Canberra. Whilst 2021 marks twenty years of Reconciliation Australia and almost three decades …