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ALH is a market leader offering a diverse array of hospitality experiences. Their portfolio includes iconic hotels and neighbourhood pubs, each tailored to its local market. ALH Hotels continues to grow and develop our range of leisure and entertainment venues across Australia offering an exciting night out, whichever your location and style.
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The Emerald Peacock is the ultimate representation of a classic Melbourne rooftop bar– tucked away from public view, but reaching to the skies with a vibrant rooftop.
Whether you’re relaxing inside in an intimate booth or sipping cocktails on the bustling rooftop, The Emerald Peacock is truly an all season destination.
Winslow recognises our social responsibilities as being fundamental to our long-term sustainability and growth. We are recognised leaders in social procurement in the civil construction industry because we choose carefully who we partner with and how we deliver projects. Our three-pronged social procurement strategy means we engage social enterprises, disability enterprises and/or Aboriginal/Indigenous businesses, through sustainable social value activities.
The MCC is a signatory to the United Nations Sports for Climate Action Framework. This commitment ensures the MCC is an advocate for climate action, taking on a greater environmental responsibility in the community as an educator for a sustainable future. As part of our commitment to the United Nations Sports for Climate action Framework, we're pleased to promote the initiatives the MCC has implemented in order to reduce our emissions.
Welcome to a taste of Ireland on the Mornington Peninsula!
The Dubliner is proud to have created an authentic Irish pub atmosphere, filled with familiar faces and great music.
Located at the back of Main Street Mornington facing the car park on Octavia Street.
With the natural beauty of a 113 year old building, Bobbie Peels invite groups of all sizes to gather and "get lost" in the bar, dining areas or the beer (or wine) garden.
The venue has long been a beacon for independent and craft beers. Bobbie Peels now stocks an array of wines from old/aged classics to modern natural, skin contact and boutiques.
Sabco is one of the largest suppliers for Australian homes of cleaning products and accessories.
They have been a part of the Aussie cleaning rituals since 1892 and pride themselves on providing quality products designed to take the hassle out of cleaning.
We understand the impact construction can have on our natural ecologies and we're constantly seeking ways to minimise our impact and restore and improve the natural environment and biodiversity around our works.
We've embraced the circular economy, renewed local ecologies, reconnected habitats, and lowered energy use across our projects in line with our carbon reduction roadmap.
Wyndham City has ambitious targets to both improve our community’s recycling and waste diversion.
Wyndham City is determined to Keep Wyndham Clean, so we want to recognise the people in our community who are doing their best to clean up! By recognising our Litter Legends, we hope to inspire others to help make our home a beautiful place for all.
The City of Melbourne Bowls Club was founded on 18 August 1866 at the Sabloniere Hotel. The club changed its name to City Bowling Club in 1904 and to City of Melbourne Bowls Club in 1964.
Construction of the current building commenced in 2007 and, with thanks to the City of Melbourne Council and staff, the Club moved into its new premises in May 2009.
In April 2021, Laing O’Rourke announced new far-reaching global sustainability targets, including a commitment to decarbonisetheir own operations by 2030.
The new goals are critical to their mission to be the recognisedleader for innovation and excellence. They now have financial incentives to accelerate their work on carbon reduction and divert waste from landfill.
The Djilang Alliance brings together construction and design experts, who will help deliver more frequent and reliable services and better stations for passengers on Victoria’s busiest regional rail line.
The project is working with the Wadawurrung Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation, Deakin University, City of Greater Geelong council, and other local stakeholder and community groups to enhance the positive social impact of the project.
SEPA’s objectives include maximising social outcomes, fostering an inclusive workforce and culture and building skills and capability for future projects.
As of November 2020, SEPA has an overall performance rating of 4.5 out of 5. Key criteria include community engagement, health and safety, value for money, supply chain management, collaboration, quality of product and leadership.
We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We recognise they have cared and maintained the beautiful environment for time immemorial. We would like to pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging and extend that respect to all Indigenous communities.
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