News

26
Mar

INTREC actively uses Supply Nation’s Member Opportunity Board

  INTREC’s active involvement with Supply Nation‘s Member Opportunity Board (MOB) enhances our commitment to diversity within the workforce and procurement processes.  At INTREC, we are committed to supplier diversity and ensuring we are delivering practices that create and extend opportunities to Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander owned businesses and enterprises. This has been implemented through our active use of

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8
Mar

International Women’s Day

At INTREC, we are committed to equal opportunities, work-place diversity and celebrating our employee’s achievements. This year, the Global International Women’s day 2021 theme, Choose to Challenge is about challenging and calling out gender bias, inequality and the unconscious bias formed through stereotypes. To encourage a gender equal world, we must celebrate women’s achievements, raise awareness against bias, take action

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3
Mar

Hymba Yumba and INTREC: Partnering Together

In 2019 INTREC embarked on a partnership with Hymba Yumba, an independent, co-educational school based in Springfield, Queensland with a strong focus on excellence in the Arts and Science. Speaking the Bidjara Language, Hymba Yumba is a Listening and Learning Place; an innovative education and community-building initiative that prides itself in offering jarjums a Prep-Year 12 education grounded in Aboriginal

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1
Mar

Welcoming Adam Pegg as Chief Financial Officer

We’re pleased to announce the recent appointment of Adam Pegg as INTREC’s Chief Financial Officer. With over 20 years of experience in the finance, engineering and construction industries, Adam is responsible for managing INTREC’s finances and supporting project delivery, growth, risk and compliance throughout INTREC as it moves into the next stage of growth. We sat down with Adam to

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22
Feb

Queensland Museum CEP Cooling Towers Installation

Our work on the Central Energy Plant (CEP) Cooling Towers Expansion Project at the Queensland Cultural Centre (QCC) is really starting to come together, with four new cooling towers recently craned into place and installed atop the Queensland Museum. These cooling towers will provide HVAC chilled and heated water across the entire QCC site. We have been working collaboratively with

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8
Dec

A Note From Clint – December 2020

A Note From Clint – December 2020 2020: The Year of COVID-19 Attempting to put words to 2020 is like the year itself, where did it start, how did it unfold and how will it finish? 2020 will go down in history as the most disruptive year since the end of World War II and for many, will be a

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3
Aug

What will the Workplace look like post COVID-19?

What will the Workplace look like post COVID-19? INTREC Pre Construction Manager David Alessi shares his thoughts.    This is the question that every Workplace expert is attempting to answer. Recognised Australian Workplace design experts, Amanda Stanaway of Woods Bagot and Angela Ferguson of Futurespace have recently posted excellent articles on LinkedIn. Amanda Stanaway’s article, “Where do we work from

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3
Aug

A Note from Clint – August 2020

A Note From Clint – August 2020 Where to from here?  Whilst this is a very turbulent time, as a business owner I am very stimulated by the ever-changing environment and the opportunity that this presents. Media announcements, Government policy and world events have certainly dominated the headlines but for us it is all about focusing on what’s in front

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27
Jul

INTREC becomes Supply Nation Member

  INTREC’s membership of Supply Nation reinforces our commitment to diversity both within our workforce and procurement processes. Supply Nation Chief Executive Officer, Ms Laura Berry, said, “We are delighted to welcome INTREC into the Supply Nation community and look forward to working with them to develop their supplier diversity footprint. The measure of our collective success will be in

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20
Jul

Cultural Awareness Training

INTREC is committed to workplace diversity, incorporating Indigenous participation as a core function in the company’s project management processes, and maintaining Aboriginal cultural awareness in the workplace. Our team recently heard from Paul Sinclair from Mirri Mirri about the importance of education around the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.  Mirri Mirri strive to better connect all Australians with our

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