After reaching 40 years as a successful business, Georgiou has a solid growth plan, strong pipeline of opportunities, established relationships with our clients and a desire to grow the business both nationally and sustainably.
The Annual Review captures our financial performance this past year, profiles on some of our key projects and an overview on the amazing things we’ve achieved in 2016/17.
Nearing in on 40 years' as a business, Georgiou has a solid growth plan, strong pipeline of opportunities, established relationships with our clients and a desire to grow the business both nationally and sustainably.
Creating opportunities and building strong, respectful relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples will help drive the initiatives that form Georgiou’s Reconciliation Action Plan 2016 – 2018. As a company, we have come a long way in our reconciliation journey since 2011 when we launched our first Reconciliation Action Plan.
Our Innovate RAP takes our commitment to the next level and focuses on developing and implementing programs for cultural learning and awareness, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employment and supplier diversity.
To read our 2016-2018 Reconciliation Action Plan, click here.
2015 Annual Review
Monday 10, August 2015
The 2014/15 Financial Year has been challenging for businesses around Australia, Georgiou included. With the majority of our North West work in WA coming to a close, we took the opportunity to expand into New South Wales as part of our national strategy. We remained focused on providing quality cost and time effective outcomes to our repeat clients; ensuring we were well-positioned to rise the wave of economic uncertainty.
Our graduate and cadetship programs are designed to maximise learning in a structured, tailored format. Strong mentoring and management support is key to the recognised success of our programs. Graduates and undergraduates are the future of Georgiou. Developing skills and competencies means we’re helping to establish a pipeline of talented and career-minded people.Specialising in: earthworks, land development, roadworks and bridges, building construction, precast and structural concrete, non process infrastructure, camp and village accommodation, marine and port infrastructure and water infrastructure, you’ll have the opportunity to work across a number of disciplines throughout your career.