Mirvac’s procurement approach is defined by our policies, which help ensure that:
There are also several other policies that relate to procurement at Mirvac, including our:
We don’t just care about what our suppliers deliver; we care about the way they operate too. It’s important to us that we only work with suppliers that share our commitment to ethical, sustainable, responsible business.
These expectations have been clearly set out in the Mirvac Group Vendor Code of Conduct, which can be found here.
Every time we engage a new supplier, we require them to formally accept this Code of Conduct. This helps ensure that our entire supply chain will uphold the same high standards of integrity and honesty.
When a supplier is engaged to provide goods or services, a Mirvac Purchase Order (PO) will usually be raised. You can view the standard terms that apply to these POs here. Of course, there are a few exceptions to this rule, such as routine utility bills and council fees. If you’re ever unsure whether a PO is required, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.