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Our Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan

Our Vision for Reconciliation, from our Founders

We have come a long way since formally beginning our journey of reconciliation in 2021 and we are proud of the way our people have embraced this opportunity.

Our key focus has been on creating safe and inclusive workplaces through cultural competency training, supported by a focus on increasing the participation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses within our supply chain.

Our Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) 2023-2025 builds upon the achievements of our Reflect RAP and is directly aligned with our values of social responsibility, teamwork, fair play, continual learning and passion.

Buildcorp’s vision is to continue our journey of reconciliation through acknowledgment and understanding of the past and moving forward together with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. We are committed to strengthening relationships that will create pathways, partnerships, and opportunities for greater equity within the industry.

Tony Sukkar AM, Josephine Sukkar AM and Jordan Sukkar


‘Journeys’ tells the story of Buildcorp’s commitment to reconciliation. It is reflective of pathways formed across our business, with our clients and communities. In the visual representation, the Buildcorp head office in New South Wales is depicted in the large circle at the centre. Our Queensland office is at the top, our Victorian office is at the bottom, and our joinery business Euroline is in between them.

For over 30 years we have been developing the bonds of connection. More recently we have extended these bonds with First Nations people through employment, trade, cultural awareness, and a shared sense of purpose. The footsteps between the circles show the pathways formed across the business and reflects our values of social responsibility, teamwork, fair play, continual learning and passion. All of which is at the core of our ability to maintain a sense of family connection despite the distances between us.


About the Artist

Tanya Henry is a proud Wakaman and Yiman woman raised on the red ridges of Lightning Ridge on Yuwaalaraay Country in outback NSW.

As a multi-medium artist, her essence is in landscapes with an urban/contemporary flavour.

Tanya’s art is vibrant and alive and captivates the viewer through the lens of a colourful world, that is quintessentially birthed from the Dreamtime and lore of the First Nations people.