George Abraham is an established and respected leader within the construction industry, with a track record for delivering major complex projects.
As Managing Director, George oversees Hickory operations and projects currently under contract worth over $1 billion.
With previous experience as a project and construction manager working directly with key stakeholders and clients, George maintains a positive, hands-on approach in his role to ensure construction projects are delivered to the highest standards.
As a champion of quality and safety, George continually strives to raise industry standards and set new benchmarks in Australian construction on time, cost and quality.
In 2019, George proudly accepted the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat Award on behalf of Hickory for Construction Excellence, recognising projects that have made extraordinary contributions to the advancement of construction in tall buildings.
George fosters an inclusive and collaborative culture at Hickory, leading teams to achieve outstanding results. He inspires action by sharing his knowledge and experience, with a natural ability to empower and unlock potential in others.
Having previously worked for tier one construction companies, including Brookfield Multiplex and Baulderstone Hornibrook, George's career has been on an upward trajectory since graduating with 1st class honours from a Construction Management Degree. Recognised for his strong leadership skills, stakeholder management and knowledge of industrial relations, he quickly rose to prominence in the industry and is now set to lead Hickory's future success.
In this episode, you will learn about;
• The importance of being on a continuous growth journey
• Unlocking the potential in others
• Identifying self-improvement opportunities
• Garnering patience
• Mentoring relationships
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