Taylor appoints Philip Bermingham as General Manager of Major Projects division

Philip joins Taylor from his previous role as Construction Manager at Richard Crookes Construction. Throughout his career, which includes roles with Lendlease, Abigroup, Grocon and Baulderstone Hornibrook, Philip has overseen the completion of major projects such as the $330M UTS Central development for the University of Technology, Lendlease’s $290M Darling Square Residential development and the $100M Campbelltown Macarthur Hospital Stage 1.

The Major Projects division has been established to address the growing needs of Taylor’s design and construction clients for large-scale, complex works requiring innovative techniques and a focus on sustainability, alongside an ongoing commitment to workplace health and safety, quality outcomes, and certainty in delivery.

We are delighted to welcome Philip to the Taylor team. His appointment will significantly contribute to the stable and progressive growth and diversification of our business, ensuring Taylor continues to be a reliable first-choice partner for our clients.

Alongside the benefits for our clients, the development of the Major Projects business unit will be a new facet of Taylor’s business, providing an exciting new career path for our employees.

This is an exhilarating time for Taylor, and we are proud to be making this change, following some of our more recent major works, including the Wildlife Retreat at Taronga and the Concert Hall Renewal program for Sydney Opera House Trust.

Philip will work with new and existing clients at Taylor to bring upcoming major projects to life.

George Bardas
Chief Executive Officer 

Image: Philip Bermingham, General Manager Construction – Major Projects (right), pictured with Taylor CEO, George Bardas.