An update from Dean Jamieson – Deputy General Manager, Landscape Construction


The landscape teams across the North West and South East have had a busy start to spring with our growth strategy successfully securing a pipeline of work that will take operations through until early 2019.

With a renewed mission and values statement, the internal focus of our strategic attention is the development and training of staff which has seen a number of well-deserved internal promotions. We also welcome the arrival of Alex Purich as Landscape Project Manager in the South East Division.

Operationally, the South East team are working on Open Space and Streetscapes packages at the Hartleigh and Eliston Estates in Clyde, a number of Council projects and the Town Centre Landscape Upgrades in Officer.

With support from Jacob Harang and staff from Melbourne’s Burmese community, our landscape horticulture and maintenance profile continues to grow along with Super Gardens commitment to social procurement.

In May, we successfully completed our third party accreditation audit, which delivers a commitment to Health, Safety, Environment and Quality Management Systems to all stakeholders and the local community.


Dean Jamieson – Deputy General Manager, Landscape Construction