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Rork Projects Celebrates Outstanding Achievements

Rork Projects, recently held its annual awards ceremony, recognizing outstanding achievements and contributions from its exceptional team members. This year, Rork Projects introduced a new accolade, the National Reconciliation Award, aimed at acknowledging employees who have significantly contributed to the improvement of the company’s Indigenous engagement. The inaugural winner of this esteemed award is Manoj Mendis, the Estimating Manager from …

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Rork Projects Joins Movember

We are back again! As November rolls around, many of us are familiar with the sight of mustachioed men, proudly sporting their facial hair in support of Movember, a global movement aimed at raising awareness and funds for men’s health issues. This month is not just about growing facial hair, but it’s also an opportunity to engage in meaningful conversations …

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RECONCILIATION – ASKING THE DIFFICULT QUESTIONS

Last week, Rork Projects joined forces with NAWIC ACT and Westpac to host a thought-provoking panel discussion that delved deep into the world of Reconciliation Action Plans (RAPs) and Indigenous Procurement Policies. The event was not only an opportunity to explore these vital topics but also to engage in conversations about strategies and shared experiences that are driving meaningful progress …

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The Rork Difference

We recently hosted the talented team from Bureau^Proberts for a site visit of their new office space, in Brisbane’s CBD. Our Site Manager and Project Manager provided a walkthrough of the site, giving the Bureau Proberts team an up-close look at the transformation taking place. It was a great opportunity for the B^P team to see the design for their space unfold and …

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18 Years of Service and Dedication

Rork Projects Employee Shane Kennedy Celebrates 18 Years of Service and Dedication. At Rork Projects, we take immense pride in acknowledging the outstanding service and unwavering commitment of our employees. We recently had the honour of celebrating a remarkable milestone achieved by our longest standing team member, Mr. Shane Kennedy. In recognition of 15 years of dedicated service, Co-Owners Brian …

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Every Change Starts With A Conversation

As an Indigenous Business, Rork Projects has proudly committed to providing a strong focus on First Nations’ cultural understanding to not only our key stakeholders – but importantly to our staff. Together we can all learn from, connect with and proudly celebrate the oldest continuous culture on earth. One of the core components of our annual National Conference is engaging with …

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Project Showcase Returns

This month saw the return of our Project Showcase in the Brisbane office. Our project support teams including Bid Management, Office Management, Estimating, and Finance took on a site tour of our current Project for Cromwell Property Group at 400 George Street. The Level 1 refurbishment for a third space and wellness centre is currently due to be completed mid-June. The finished …

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Funky Shirt Friday? This Is A Conversation Starter.

Rork Projects has joined forces with TradeMutt, a pioneering workwear brand that merges fashion with a social cause. Trade Mutt is on a mission to break down the stigma surrounding mental health and support those who are struggling. A portion of all profits made by Trade Mutt goes towards supporting mental health initiatives such as TIACS (This Is A Conversation …

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Supporting Indigenous Education Pathways

At Rork Projects, we are proud to support the education and career pathways of Indigenous youth in Australia. Recently, we had the pleasure of hosting a work experience program, for Yalari Graduate Scott Taat. Yalari is a remarkable organisation offering secondary education scholarships at leading Australian boarding schools for Indigenous children. Through this program Scott attended Scott’s College in Warwick, …

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BACK WITH A BANG

This month, Rork Projects employees converged on the Gold Coast for the company’s annual conference. With consultation of the Traditional Owners of the region, the conference was named Ngali Ganna Garalbu; which means We Learn Together in the Yugamebah language of the greater Gold Coast and Tweed region. Over a jam-packed two and a half days, employees from across Rork …