Celebrating Collaboration, Artistry and Safety

NAIDOC Week 2024.

In recognition of NAIDOC Week 2024, we would like to thank Total Surveying Solutions (TSS), a proud First Nations Business, for their continued collaboration and support. We are grateful to Michael Hatton, TSS Founder/Director, and David Hines, TSS Indigenous Advisor, who kindly presented our CEO, George Bardas, with a beautifully painted Hard Hat inspired by our RAP Artwork designed by Jasmin Sarin.

Total Surveying Solutions (TSS) has been a valued partner, working across many Taylor projects, and we look forward to continuing our relationship. David Hines created the painted Hard Hat, a true work of art, using inspiration from our RAP Artwork. It also acts as a symbol for our commitment to reconciliation and cultural appreciation and serves as a reminder of the importance of safety in our daily work.

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Taylor RAP Artwork

Alignment with Taylor’s purpose: Connecting people and spaces and fostering dynamic connections in the ways in which we work and live. This artwork reflects the way we journey and connect across this country. The circles represent place, people, and the different ways we live and connect.

The heart of this land: The rocks along the bottom symbolise the red earth and warm sandstone from the centre to the coast.

Traditional smoking ceremonies: The leaves at the top are gum leaves used for traditional smoking ceremonies, which aim to cleanse, heal, and welcome us to the land, providing protection as we journey through. They also represent resilience and the hard-changing conditions of this country through fire and rain.

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