Alder Constructions has appointed Marty Brennan as the New South Wales Regional Manager to spearhead the company’s planned growth in the New South Wales region.
The Gold Coast-based construction company will increase its focus on the New South Wales region with a satellite office located in Northern New South Wales and Mr Brennan’s leading the expansion.
Mr Brennan comes to Alder Constructions with many years of experience having guided construction and development companies such as Ballina-based Bennett Constructions and Kenlynn Properties Australia with great success.
Drawing on his extensive experience in the region, Mr Brennan will work closely with the general manager and Alder Constructions’ building team and be responsible for all NSW operations including the procurement of work, development and management of the local project team and oversee the delivery of construction projects in the region.
“Restructuring and modernising along with innovation and creativity have been the key drivers of my career to date,” said Mr Brennan. “I strive to always be on the frontline of technologies and methodologies in order to provide the best outcomes for the business and its stakeholders and I look forward to leading Alder’s growth in the Southern State.”
Alder Constructions general manager Dean Cheffers says having a dedicated and experienced resource in New South Wales will help Alder to capitalise on the opportunities in this fast growing region.
“Mr Brennan brings strong business acumen to Alder, demonstrated by his long tenure at Bennett Constructions as general manager where he grew the business from circa $25 million turnover to circa $75 million turnover,” said Mr Cheffers.
“Utilising his long-standing presence and knowledge of the Northern New South Wales region, Marty will act as our representative to develop key relationships with clients in this area of focus.”
Key projects Mr Brennan has worked on to date in northern NSW include Elements of Byron, Ballina Coast High School, Tweed District Hospital, Lennox Heads Community Centre, Lismore City Hall, Lighthouse Beach Surf Club. Other key projects include Novotel Brisbane Airport and the Boondall Entertainment Centre.
Alder Constructions boasts a strong workforce of industry professionals who can be credited for the company’s success story spanning 16-years and their ability to deliver cutting edge, revolutionary projects in a range of sectors while maintaining a family feel. Founded in 2003, Alder Constructions, which has building and civil infrastructure capabilities, has completed a range of residential, education, commercial, industrial and key infrastructure projects between Tweed Heads and Mooloolaba and west to Toowoomba.
Published Gold Coast Bulletin 15 February 2020