AMA Projects leading the way in national commercial construction

17 Sep 20 Blog 5 min read

AMA Projects leading the way in national commercial construction

On 16 September 2020, the Master Builder’s Association (MBA) of Australia announced AMA Projects as the winner of the 2020 National Business Leadership Award for Medium Commercial Construction Company (annual turnover between $20m-$50m) in a virtual awards ceremony.

The MBA National Business Leadership Awards have been designed to recognise excellence in best practice, company initiatives and innovations, industry leadership and corporate social responsibilities with a business. Through these awards, AMA Projects has been recognised as a leading provider of commercial construction services throughout Australia.

Director’s Alex Singer, Matthew Ferrari and Andrew Peereboom founded AMA Projects in 2010 and have overseen the delivery of over 350 projects both nationally and internationally and have spent over a decade carefully curating a people-first focused culture within the business, for both employees and clients.

“Our people are at the heart of everything we do here at AMA Projects. The culture we have created over our years in business, truly reflects our commitment to providing our employees with a flexible and collaborative working environment,” said Mr Ferrari.

“This culture we have created leads to high-quality outcomes not just internally in the workplace but is extremely beneficial for our clients as well.”

Mr Peereboom noted that the culture of a business has a profound impact on an employee’s experience.

“We tried to create this culture and use it to our advantage by creating the best possible environment for an employee,”

“We’ve used our understanding of business culture and employee experience to curate and establish policies and procedures that directly benefit everyone involved in the company to foster a positive and engaging work environment.”

As equally as important as the culture of a business, are the processes and procedures that are in place to ensure successful operations.

“The processes and procedures we have in place for our daily operations have allowed us to grow over the past 11 years. Our systems and procedures are reviewed regularly to ensure that areas of the business are able to specialise and function autonomously,” said Mr Singer

“This has led to us being able to establish offices in Sydney and Melbourne that can function self-sufficiently, as well as increasing our capacity to undertake larger-scale commercial construction projects, international projects and perform works in challenging regional locations throughout Australia.”

“We’re all thrilled to be recognised as a leader in the commercial construction industry on a national scale, it’s a huge opportunity for us,” said Mr Ferrari.

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