AHC has formed partnerships with various organisations due to their interest in the AHC’s mission. Below are a few of AHC’s partnerships.
The Redfern Gym is also known as the Elouera Tony Mundine Gym. The patron of the gym is Tony Mundine Snr, a boxing champion and the gym is managed by Alex Tui, a world kick boxing champion. It is one of Sydney’s most famous boxing gyms located at Redfern.
Jawun forms partnerships to benefit both corporate and Indigenous Australia. Together they improve the lives of Indigenous people around Australia by supporting Indigenous communities on the ground.
DeiCorp is a family operated business that commenced operation in 1999. Operating originally as a commercial builder, which has grown considerably in a short period of time, expanding into the field of Construction Management, Project Management and further offering Design & Construction services.
Westpac Group has a long history of supporting the communities where our people live and work. Westpac’s approach involves 3 key focus areas: Community partnerships, employee involvement and capacity building.
NBRS+PARTNERS is a multi-disciplinary architectural practice with in-house expertise in architectural design, heritage, conservation, planning, interior design and landscape. The NBRS+PARTNERS heritage team works on a wide range of architectural conservation and heritage projects in the public and private sectors.
Scott Carver’s vision is to connect people through dynamic space; which has gone hand in hand with the objectives for the Pemulwuy project. The Scott Carver team has worked closely with the Aboriginal Housing Company team to create a unique space in Sydney that will be inspiring and create a legacy for future generations. Scott Carver believes that Pemulwuy is a meeting place for all the community, that it is a symbolic design connecting people through dynamic space and cultural interpretation.
Devland Property Services began its operation in 2003 as a young vibrant real estate company with the goals of making selling and buying property simple and exceeding all its clients’ needs. It was founded by its Managing Director Leon Roussakis who has over 35 years of real estate experience, majority as the Principal/Licensee at Raine & Horne, Campsie. Specialising in all facets of real estate, Devland Property Services offers a professional and experienced approach to the selling and leasing of all types of property.
HWL Ebsworth has advised the AHC on planning, property, commercial and intellectual property matters and is honoured to be involved in the Pemulwuy project. HWL Ebsworth Lawyers is an integrated, full service commercial law firm, providing expert legal services at competitive rates. By offering clients access to leading legal specialists with relevant industry experience, they have established themselves as a legal service provider of choice for organisations domestically and internationally. The firm was recently ranked as the seventh largest legal partnership in Australia.
Nordon Jago has been providing architectual solutions for over 20 years. The company intelligently manage the complex issues of environmental and community interests when achieving client’s needs. They use advanced 3D modeling to enhance the quality of their design process, assessing and improving how a building will look and feel, and its interaction with the environment and people in the community.
SEMF are multi-disciplinary consulting engineers with the name being an acronym for ‘Scientists, Engineers, Managers, Facilitators’. The company has its origins in Hobart and commenced operations in its current form some 30 years ago. Major offices are currently in Hobart, Melbourne and Sydney, with smaller operations in Launceston, Brisbane and Gladstone.
Koikas Acoustics has been providing acoustic services since 1993. We have worked on many different aspects of noise and vibration over the years. The Pemulwuy project was one of those projects where noise and vibration attenuation advice was provided for road and rail traffic, mechanical plant, partitions and architectural acoustics. Koikas Acoustics seeks practical and cost effective solutions to complex noisy environments.
Crowe Horwath works with companies and individuals to maximise their growth potential and achieve their financial goals. They are part of the national WHK Group and global Crowe Horwath International network, one of the top 10 global accounting affiliations. Crowe Horwath has the resources and proven experience to deliver expert accounting, advisory, tax and wealth management services for individuals, businesses, government and not-for-profits.
WINDTECH Consultants is a company of consulting engineers specialising in wind effects on building structures and the environment. Since 1991, the company has been providing wind engineering and relating high technology services for over 2000 major building projects, assisting planners and building design professionals. With continual research and development, WINDTECH remains at the forefront of its business field. WINDTECH consultants pride themselves in offering clients a high level of service, backed by a reliable quality assurance system.
Neil Lowry & Associates is a hydraulic and fire service consultant. NLA commenced in 2001 to provide cost effective hydraulic and fire services to all types of developments. Some of the services provided are listed below: Stormwater Detention and Stormwater Drainage System, Sanitary Plumbing & Drainage, Trade Waste System, Domestic Cold Water Supply and Reticulation System, Domestic Hot Water, Storage and Reticulation System, Natural Gas Supply and Reticulation System, Acoustic Treatment to Noise Sensitive Areas, Sanitary Fixtures, Fittings and Brassware, Fire Protection Services.
South Sydney Business Chamber (SSBC) is the voice of business in our area, which covers Redfern, Waterloo, Eveleigh, Darlington, Chippendale, Green square, Zetland, Beaconsfield and parts of Alexandria and Rosebery. These exciting inner south city suburbs are undergoing renewal to provide quality services and places for its residents. They provide a forum to facilitate business connections, exchange of ideas and development of views and positions on the issues affecting our members.The SSBC has a long history of support for the Pemulwuy Project and welcomes the development approval granted in 2012 by the NSW Government. The AHC continues to support the SSBC, particularly with initiatives to promote and support Aboriginal businesses in the area.