MCR is committed to providing First Nations peoples with sustainable employment and procurement opportunities. MCR’s Indigenous Steering Committee ensures Indigenous staff are mentored from our recruitment stage right through to on-the-job training and continual upskilling.

As an organisation we are focused on increasing the number of skilled Indigenous employees in our workforce and working with our clients to provide opportunities to Indigenous men and women. This collaboration also assists us to play our role in “Closing the Gap” in breaking the cycle of generational unemployment.

MCR is passionate about making a difference for the broader Indigenous community. We will continue to sponsor programs and initiatives that help promote cultural understanding and provide opportunity.

Investing in Cultural Awareness Training allows us to find culturally respectful ways of working with and walking alongside Indigenous staff, people and communities whilst understanding the contemporary challenges they are facing today.


Artwork by Stewart James – Wiradjuri Gibir, Narrangdhura Marrambidya Bila Mayiny. (Wiradjuri Man, Narrandera Murrumbidgee River People)

This artwork symbolises the connected relationships that MCR has as a business. A connection with the locations, the people and most importantly, the communities.

The three large meeting place symbols represent the connection to the locations in which they operate across. These meeting place symbols also depict the four key principals that drives MCR’s core business – “Integrity, Accountability, Innovation and Quality”.

The swirling journey lines that are connected to the three meeting place symbols, demonstrate the connection to other community partners and people. As seen in the artwork, these journey lines are interconnected and highlight the multilayered relationships that MCR has within the communities they service.

The smaller meeting place symbols represent the community partners and the ‘U’ shaped symbols represent the people that are in those communities.

This artwork reflects MCR’s vision to grow their connections with the people they stand with and strengthen the communities they service.​​​​