Taylor is proud to announce the appointment of George Bardas as CEO, effective as of 16 February 2021. George is a highly qualified construction executive, with over 30 years’ experience in successfully delivering organisational growth and diversity.

With Taylor recently celebrating 25 years in business, there has been a great deal of preparation in selecting the right leader to join Mark Taylor for the years ahead. George joins at a time when Taylor is strategically positioning to maximise market opportunities in property and construction. George’s appointment is about expanding the capabilities of the business, opening new opportunities and best supporting all internal and external stakeholders.

Commenting on the appointment, George said he is incredibly excited about the long term prospects for both his role and for Taylor, “Taylor is more than a builder, relationships and people are at the centre of the way Mark conducts business. Together with Mark, I look forward to investing in long term relationships with all partners and team members across Taylor’s impressive multi-sector portfolio.”

Mark Taylor adds, “I’ve known George for many years – he is a trusted friend who worked closely with my father and I admire his approach and his character. With safety, relationships and quality as key drivers for George, he will be a great fit for our business and culture. Together, I believe we will make a great team, leading the business into the future.”

Founded by Mark Taylor in 1994, Taylor has built a strong reputation as one of NSW’s delivery partners of choice. Taylor is currently delivering diverse projects, across multiple sectors, including the Concert Hall Renewal for Sydney Opera House, ‘The New Heart of Ryde’ Civic Centre, Stockland’s M_Park commercial development, and many more. With more than 225 team members, Taylor services its clients across core divisions including construction, refurbishment & live environments and property. Taylor is in great shape and now is the perfect time to expand the foundations of the business for the next 25 years.


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