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It’s not lonely at the top

21 January 2020

BADGE is built on knowledge-sharing, which over the decades has taken us from agricultural sheds to air traffic control towers! The companies thriving in today's market are the ones that can harness synergies across sectors - and in this blog, our Defence Sector Leads Leads Patrick Murphy and Tom De Garis unpack how we do it.

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A year supporting Operation Flinders

20 December 2019

When we fundraise for a charity, we try to go the extra mile – or the extra half-marathon if we can! Chris Emsley reflects on supporting a remarkable organisation called Operation Flinders through 2019.

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Badger Boomerangs

13 December 2019

Like any company, we have to be ready for employees to leave us - but at BADGE it's very common to see former staff come back. Our Group HR Manager Marie Martin explains how we've made it happen.

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Building off the beaten track

23 October 2019

Earlier this year, our NACP Projects Australia team wrapped up a unique project that took them into the desert 500km from home. Construction Manager Justin Browne reflects on a rewarding experience in Woomera with the Department of Defence.

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The cutting edge of education

24 September 2019

After delivering $1bn worth of education projects in 15 years, we're welcoming our first-ever Education Sector Lead to the team. Ivan Cavuoto writes about staying on top of the latest learning methods - and responding with facilities that look to the future.

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