Ward COO Brian Mahon and Contract Administrator Peggy Draheim presented a workshop on Teamwork and Conflict Management to the UNSW AIESEC Australia Ltd Youth Leadership Experience (YLX) Program. AIESEC develops leadership among youth aged 18 to 30 and contributes to strengthening the global employability market, by providing an end-to-end international talent recruitment solution for Enterprises, […]
It was great to be at UNSW last week participating in a friendly football match against members of the UNSW Civil Engineering Society (CEVSOC). Thank you to CEVSOC for having us and organising this fantastic networking event.
Ward has recently purchased a new 15t smooth drum roller and 14.000L water cart as part of continuous improvements to working on sites. Water carts are used for dust suppression and dust control during major road works and a drum roller aids in compacting earth works. Thanks to our trusted suppliers for delivering these fantastic […]
An moment of teamwork captured from last week’s NRLW match between the Roosters and the Knights. Congratulations to the Sydney Roosters NRLW team on a fantastic win last week and we’ll be cheering for you this week!
RUOK Day is a national day of action. All Australians are reminded every day is the day to ask someone, ‘are you OK?’ and to start a meaningful conversation whenever there are signs someone might be struggling with life. Thanks to Anthony Minichiello of the Sydney Roosters who came to our RUOK Day BBQ on Thursday, […]
Ahead of the game against the Knights this Sunday, Ward team member and Roosters 2nd Row Otesa Pule talks about her experience in last week’s game against the Dragons. Check it out here
Three in a row! Thanks Master Builders Australia
Ward is proud to have won the Master Builders Australia National Business Excellence Award for Large Civil Construction Business of the Year. This award is testament to the commitment to safety, diversity and innovation by everyone in the Ward team. Our Chief Executive Officer Julia Ward and Chief Operating Officer Brian Mahon accepted this award.
Great to see Ward trainee Otesa Pule talking about her experience in her NRLW debut from the interchange bench, after a fantastic win 38-16 over Parramatta last Saturday. Read more from the Roosters here.
Congratulations to Ward trainee Otesa Pule who made her highly anticipated National Rugby League Women’s (NRLW) debut today for the Sydney Roosters. The Roosters won its first round over the Parramatta Eels at CommBank Stadium this afternoon. In an impressive performance, the Roosters ran away with a 38-16 victory. The team will travel north to […]