From March 7-14, Slattery Director Tom Dean rode 1000 kilometres from Hobart to Devonport for the 2020 Chain Reaction Charity Bike Ride Challenge, raising close to $11,500.
Accompanied by Indigenous artist Thea Anamara Perkins and art curator Barbara Flynn, Managing Director Sarah Slattery recently travelled to Alice Springs to meet the Tangentyere Artists.
Slattery is incredibly proud to be appointed as the Quantity Surveyor supporting the State of Victoria’s bushfire recovery efforts by Bushfire Recovery Victoria.
Director Tom Dean will participate in the 2020 Chain Reaction Victoria Challenge. The challenge will take riders 1000 kilometres from Hobart to Devonport in March 2020.
Slattery is delighted to announce that Yemurraki Egan (Yemma) has joined our “Reconciliation Action Plan” working group, a committee established to implement initiatives to assist in the advancement of the national reconciliation movement.
Slattery is delighted to welcome ten students to the annual Student Program to be held throughout February.
Slattery is thrilled to be a finalist for the ‘Award for Diversity < 250 Employees’ in the 2020 Property Council of Australia/Rider Levett Bucknall Innovation & Excellence Awards.
On Friday the 15th of November, the Slattery 'A Team' joined property professionals for the 7th annual Tour de PIF, riding 70km through the picturesque Yarra Valley to raise money for youth homelessness.
This morning Slattery hosted a Breakfast Forum in Sydney on ‘Build to Rent – Unravelling the Myths’ at Merivale’s Establishment. Speakers included Clair Boenne, Development Director from Grocon HOME, and Ian Lomas, Principal & Sydney Design Leader from Woods Bagot. The presenters participated in a Q&A with the audience facilitated by Belinda Coates, Director of Clients & Strategy at Slattery.
Three Slattery projects have received awards at the 2019 National Architecture Awards.