Embracing Resilience: Icon Metal's Journey through 2023 and Beyond

Elodie Tran

Marketing & Communications

Reflecting on 2023, we find ourselves navigating through the challenges and successes. Much like many other businesses, we've weathered the storm of inflation, grappled with labour shortages, and faced a rising tide of costs. Yet, in the face of adversity, our team has demonstrated our company’s value of Resilience and overcome the downturn.


Amidst the challenges, one aspect remained non-negotiable: Safety. We are proud to report zero lost time injuries in 2023, representing over 100,000 safe working hours!! This accomplishment highlights our commitment to the well-being of every member of our team.


Collaboration is a cornerstone of our success, echoed through the hallways of our office resonated across project sites, and within the workshop. The successful delivery of projects like Parramatta Light Rail, Circular Quay Tower, Liverpool Civic Place, and Randwick Redevelopment Hospital stands as proof that collaboration is key to every project. Thank you to our teams for their hard work and unwavering dedication.


As we stand on the cusp of a new year, 2024 holds promises of new opportunities. Our focus is set on continuing our active role in the ongoing development of the Sydney Metro, the Western Sydney International Airport, Sydney Children's Hospital, and Westmead Children's Hospital. These projects serve as a reminder of our significant contribution to the development of Sydney.


We extend warm wishes for safe and joyous holidays to each and every one of you. Thank you for making 2023 another amazing year for Icon Metal. Let's welcome 2024 with enthusiasm, resilience, and a collective determination to overcome whatever challenges lie ahead.

Our office and workshop will be closed from Monday 25 December 2023 to Monday 1 January 2024.

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