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From Cadet to Corner Office

Mainbrace's cadet journey to excellence in construction and retail building

A great business which creates great projects must have great people.

Our Senior Project Manager, George Sereti, is just one shining star. George joined Mainbrace as part of our 2008 cadet program intake, learning the ropes and earning his stripes on some of our largest retail construction projects in recent years, including the $200m Narellan Town Centre and Palace Cinemas projects, both recipients of MBA Excellence in Construction Awards.

Recently celebrating his 15-year anniversary, George has cemented his status as one of our most accomplished project managers, trusted and respected by team members and clients alike. George most recently oversaw the team responsible for delivering the dual service station project for Ampol Australia at Pheasants Nest.

At Mainbrace, we understand that delivering exceptional projects for our clients begins with nurturing exceptional talent. We invest in our team from day one, ensuring clear career paths and offering robust personal and professional development opportunities.

Despite constant growth and employment, the average tenure of our Mainbracers is well above the industry average, at 7.5 years. It’s an achievement we’re particularly proud of. The best people doing wonderful work on high quality projects for valued customers. That’s what we’re about.

This dedication to our people means they’re with us for the long haul, guiding our clients from project initiation to successful completion. Just as our Managing Director Rob Doust, began as a cadet and rose to leadership, we’re here to support our team every step of the way, ensuring the best outcomes for their careers.

George’s Mainbrace journey is inspirational and his willingness to share his knowledge and experience with our younger team members continues to reinforce and shape our culture. And he’s not alone.

We look forward to shining the spotlight on other Mainbracers, the people behind your projects, in the future.

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