Construction

  • About Mirvac Construction

    Mirvac Construction is one of Australia’s leading building contractors and employs more than 450 highly skilled professionals, providing construction services across all asset classes in which Mirvac operates. These services include project planning and programming, cost planning, project and design management, and site and HSE management.

    Mirvac Construction has been involved in a wide variety of development projects nationally, and boasts a long and distinguished track record of delivering large scale complex developments of residential, commercial, retail, industrial and mixed use projects. In addition Mirvac Construction is an industry leader in the field of occupational health, safety (HSE) and the delivery of environmentally significant projects.


  • Careers in Construction at Mirvac

    Mirvac’s vision is setting the standard as a world-class Australian property group that attracts the best. We aim to be recognised as the ‘Best of the Best Employers’ as determined by Aon Hewitt’s Best Employer Program. We plan to do this by creating a culture underpinned by our values, maintaining a high level of employee engagement and providing rewarding benefits to employees. 

    Our journey to become a Best Employer means as a Mirvac employee you will benefit from:

    • Interesting and challenging projects
    • An organisation that believes in what we do and how we do it
    • Health and well-being programs
    • Lifestyle programs
    • Development opportunities
    • A clear organisational strategy
    • Strong leadership


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    As part of the Mirvac Group, Mirvac Construction shares a vision to “Build a diverse team and inclusive culture that values diversity of perspectives and enables our people to; safely contribute; realise their potential; respond to our stakeholders’ needs and provide Mirvac with a competitive advantage."

    We will deliver this through 4 key focus areas:

    • Diversity of thought;
    • Inclusive culture;
    • Flexibility; and
    • Gender balance.  


    Each year the Workplace Gender and Equality Agency (WGEA) recognises organisations who are leaders in the area of gender equality through the Employer of Choice citation.

    Mirvac is one of 76 organisations nationally who were awarded the 2014 WGEA Employer of Choice citation.

    Mirvac offers fantastic career opportunities in Construction. If you believe Mirvac is the organisation for you then we would like to hear from you.

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  • Work safe, stay safe.

    Work Safe, Stay Safe by MirvacAt Mirvac we have an absolute belief that anyone associated with a Mirvac construction site should go home safely.

    Mirvac has an impressive track record in workplace health and safety. This success has been built on strong systems, diligent processes and constant training, as well as clear leadership from the Mirvac team.

    However, we are not prepared to rest on a strong track record. We recognise the importance of continuous improvement of our safety culture.

    Work safe, stay safe provides an immediate, powerful and obvious connection to Mirvac's safety culture. We want everyone to instantly recognise how Mirvac approaches health and safety, and understand that it is fundamental to what we do.


  • Building Balance Program

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    Flexibility and balance in construction is an industry-wide issue. To address this within its construction teams, Mirvac launched its Building Balance initiative in 2016. Building Balance aims to challenge the attitude and behaviours embedded in the construction industry and rethink the way processes and procedures are undertaken.

    The program is far reaching and looks at how Construction teams can better utilise tools, technology and resources to effectively complete their roles in more efficient or flexible ways. Flexibility refers not only to which hours are worked in a day but also flexibility on work location.

    One exciting Building Balance initiative was the launch of ‘My Simple Thing’ in April 2016. This initiative asked Construction employees to think of a simple change they can incorporate into their work lives to improve their work-life balance such as:

    • Late start to drop off, or early finish to pick up, kids from school.
    • Attending further education classes.
    • Finishing early one day a week for sports training.
    • Rosters to work every second Saturday.

    To ensure the success of My Simple Thing, site-based teams are empowered to develop team action plans to support each other’s personal My Simple Thing goals, while ensuring project milestones are achieved.