The Menzies Civil team have been individually selected due to their combined unparalleled experience in delivering many of WA’s high profile civil projects. 

 

Our commitment to our clients is that we will always provide them with the right people to get the job done right. From managers to labour, selected personally for their contribution and ability to provide our clients with the manpower they need for whichever project they aspire. We have a pool of highly experienced and skilled people to draw from, including:

  • Estimators

  • Construction managers

  • Project managers

  • Site managers

  • Site supervisors

  • Final Trim Operators

  • Labour

Dylan Menzies _ Menzies Civil Australia

Dylan Menzies

Managing Director

Anna Nguyen - Menzies Civil Australia

Anna Nguyen

Accounts Manager

Jamie Burrows - Menzies Civil Australia

Jamie Borrows

General Manager

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Dan Bulley

Pre-contracts Manager

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Faraz Golzar

QHSE Manager

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Stephen De’souza

Senior Estimator / Project Manager


EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES

Menzies Civil Australia is committed to promoting equity and social justice by providing an environment that encourages excellence through diversity. To provide equal employment opportunity, we undertake to:

  • Create an environment characterised by respect, where staff are able to work free from discrimination or harassment.

  • Encourage the use of non-ˇdiscriminatory, inclusive language in all documents and interactions.

  • Identify groups who have experienced disadvantage in employment, develop policies, and programmes to actively address that disadvantage.

  • Apply the merit principle in recruitment, selection, reclassification, carer development and promotion.


Menzies Civil Australia are dedicated to building stronger relationships with Indigenous communities and creating increased opportunities for employment and engagement.

Indigenous Australians 

Menzies Civil Australia acknowledges Indigenous people as the traditional owners and caretakers of their lands.We recognise that Indigenous people are not a generic group but are made up of many different groups with their own unique languages and customs. We acknowledge and respect the values and beliefs of Indigenous people and recognise the importance of preserving local customs and cultures. Menzies Civil Australia understand that many Indigenous people and communities do not share the same opportunities as non-Indigenous people in terms of capital wealth, employment, education, health, housing and general wellbeing.

We are committed to increasing Indigenous participation in our business through meaningful partnerships with Indigenous communities, government, our clients and the public. We shall do this by:

  • Respecting the values and beliefs of Indigenous Australians, and acknowledging their traditional ownership of, and ties to, the land.

  • Understanding the potential impact of our business on Indigenous people and communities, and taking steps to minimise potential negative consequences from our activities.

  • Increasing the involvement of Indigenous people and communities in our business, through engagement, employment and training.

  • Establishing employment, education and training opportunities, to contribute to addressing the imbalance between Indigenous and non-ˇIndigenous people in Australia.

  • Supporting culturally appropriate programmes that strengthen and promote the interests of Indigenous people and communities.

  • Developing cultural competence in our employees, subcontractors and clients, to enhance cultural understanding and support reconciliation.

  • Engaging Indigenous people and communities, and collaborating with them to achieve mutually beneficial outcomes.