We aim to enhance the built environment, while nurturing our extraordinary people and delivering a quality product to our clients.

Causes we care deeply about

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In 2021 Icon Metal made a submission to the Australian Government in support of a First Nations Voice to Parliament based on the principles of the Uluru Statement from the Heart.

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In May 2021 Icon Metal had our first Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan endorsed by Reconciliation Australia. This was a long-held ambition for us, and one that we are committed to fulfilling. Icon Metal has a charitable partnership with The Sydney University Settlement, a social housing and community organisation based in Darlington that supports families, kids and young people.

Read our Reconciliation Action Plan

The statistics for poor mental health outcomes for construction workers are extremely sobering and stubbornly high. Icon is a stigma-free company, where it is OK to not be OK, and where we challenge the culture of silence that surrounds mental ill health. Through our partnership with workplace consultants Mental Health Movement, our staff have access to training, workshops, and we are making sure that the message filters through every layer of our organisation: we have each other's backs.

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We are proud Silver members of the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC), and we actively encourage our female staff to leverage the benefits it offers, including seminars, site visits, and mentoring opportunities. While the industry's female participation stands at 12%, our female participation rate is 15%, a figure we are continuously striving to increase. Furthermore, our Leadership Team comprises 40% females.


Always has been, always will be

We acknowledge the Darug people as the Traditional Owners of the lands on which we work.
We respect and recognise their spiritual connection and knowledge of these lands, waters and communities.
We pay respects to their cultures and Elders past, present and emerging.

Our path to reconciliation
Leanne Mulgo Watson, 2020
Darug-Nura Bugrabunya - Darug Country Broken to Pieces

Our values


We never compromise on safety.

This is at the forefront of everything we do, and everything we consider doing.

There is zero tolerance for not prioritising safety.


Embrace diversity, individuality and differences.

Engage each other in an equal manner.

Consider the environment.

Consider the community.


Working together to achieve the best possible result.

The positive collective create great outcomes.

Each moment should be a worthwhile contribution to the whole.


Never give up the pursuit of the best in delivery and quality.

We understand what is right, let’s do it.

We understand our role, our accountabilities, and our goals.


Identify problems and shortcomings within, take ownership, rectify, and grow from experience.

Don’t run away from a new way of operating.

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