And welcome to a very different building services company
Marawar – meaning ‘west’ in Noongar – is an Aboriginal owned business. With capabilities spanning many sectors and regions, we deliver integrated building and maintenance services across WA.
At Marawar, there is a positive difference in everything we do, from customer interaction to project completion, from commitment to local communities to creating genuine partnerships. By partnering with us, you will notice the difference too.
If you would like more information about Marawar and partnering with us as a client, please get in touch. We are always looking to connect with individuals and organisations that share our passion for bringing about positive change, both in business and society.
Marawar provides exceptional value, with the same approach to innovation and professionalism for which its parent company, M/Group, is renowned for. M/Group owns 50% of the business and is a corporate partner with a strong commitment to equality and inclusion. M/Group is proudly participating in the Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), which empowers the company to advance Aboriginal reconciliation within the business and create a diverse workplace that reflects and brings together the wider Australian community.
We offer every client;
To be the market leader in the building service & property maintenance industry, supporting members of the Indigenous community seeking employment and training and sustaining a reputation amongst client base for on-time and on-budget service delivery.
Our operations emulate our core values, we are:
We always act in our clients’ best interests and work to exceed expectations on the delivery of services that represent value, workmanship, innovation and quality.
We bring to the table a proactive approach based on a strong appreciation of our clients’ goals in terms of quality, functionality, operational, value, timing and outcome.
We draw on the latest technology advancements and techniques to drive efficiencies and improve the performance in every facet of our business.
We work to the highest safety and risk mitigation standards, which is testament to our impeccable industry reputation.
We are committed to a policy of zero harm and have an uncompromising approach to health and safety to ensure that we maintain our impeccable reputation in the industry.
Marawar have an established HSEQ & OHS Committee dedicated to:
Board of Directors
Marawar has an established board of Directors with many years of experience across a financial and operational background, coupled with an internal dedicated organisational structure and trustworthy and accredited subcontractor pool to deliver dedicated and reliable services across the metro area.
Marawar employs a diverse range of staff with multi-cultural backgrounds and various skillsets to complement various areas of the business.
Employees are made up of full and part-time employees, casual employees along with permanent and casual sub-contractors.
Skillsets of both employees and sub-contractors are across a range of trades and disciplines, allowing Marawar to provide a full, multi-skilled service to our clients.
Marawar creates opportunities for all Australians to be able to realise their full potential.
Marawar currently has apprenticeship initiative programs in place to train and improve the skillsets for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and their communities. Our apprentices will work in all scopes of the industry to learn various skills and experience from major projects, maintenance works to office administration to learn and further their personal development.
Marawar is dedicated in supporting the employment and engagement of Aboriginal people throughout the business, both engaging in the Supply Nation Indigenous Business Directory and working with a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) to see our staff, businesses and customers work together to improve the economic, health and social opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and their communities.
Marawar also partners with other Indigenous groups to recruit, train and retain our Aboriginal employees, and have developed a trade training initiative to create more traineeship and apprenticeship opportunities for Aboriginal people in Western Australia.