Over the past 35 years, Bryant has enjoyed working in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to deliver high quality and much-needed construction projects. We recognise these projects as valuable opportunities to partner with communities in support of local businesses and to provide employment and the transfer of valuable life skills through training.
We have delivered projects from as far south as the Richmond Valley in NSW, right up through regional and coastal Queensland, including multiple projects in Cape York and the Torres Strait. We have also been active in the Gulf of Carpentaria and as far west as Groote Eylandt in the Northern Territory, where we worked for several years delivering many community and mining facilities.
Bryant is determined to support reconciliation by leaving a positive footprint whenever it works with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. It is one of the few construction companies to develop and implement an Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan as a public statement of its commitment to champion Indigenous participation in and outside the workforce.
In 2020, Bryant was proud to commission a special artwork by Cairns-based artist, Arone Meeks. The piece is called 'Building Together', and celebrates our ongoing partnership with local communties for many years to come.