4th May 2020
MNG is excited to announce Jamie Scoringe has been appointed Chief Financial Officer and General Manager of Corporate Services.
Mr Scoringe brings more than 30 years of experience in senior financial roles across a diverse range of industries, including Head of Finance for a national surveying company.
He joins MNG at a critical juncture as the company continues to expand its presence across Australia in the midst of unprecedented economic challenges.
"The global pandemic presents more uncertainty than weve known in our lifetimes," Mr Scoringe said. "My aim is to support the forward thinking to ensure MNG comes out of this period stronger than ever."
15th April 2020
MNG is pleased to announce the appointment of Alan Prudames as a Non-Executive Director. He joins the board effective immediately. Based in Sydney, Alan brings over 40 years of experience in the survey and property development industries and his knowledge and expertise will prove invaluable as the company experiences significant growth in its east coast markets.
Scott Anderson, CEO of MNG, said the Board was extremely pleased to welcome Alan and it was an appointment well aligned to the vision and strategic planning of the organisation.
"Alan brings extensive business development and leadership experience, both of which will complement the current board as we continue to grow across the eastern seaboard. He is a well-recognised and trusted consultant with the depth of relationships necessary to support the expansion of our capabilities in laser scanning projects which are particularly in demand in these markets."
Mr Prudames said, "I have a long held respect and admiration for the executive leadership at MNG. Known for its leading innovation in our industry, I look forward to contributing towards its continued growth outside of Western Australia."
27th March 2020
As a responsible business we are committed to the safety of employees, extended families, including clients and suppliers. Our core fabric of Teamwork, Innovation, Knowledge is at forefront of our thoughts as we review the current COVID-19 pandemic.
We are committed to providing our clients and colleagues with the same dedicated level of service. Notwithstanding this there may be some deviations or restrictions to our normal business practices and this will be done in accordance with government guidelines. Accordingly, we have taken the following proactive steps.
Safe working environments - with a diverse team operating across Australia in urban, rural and remote areas we continue to observe safe work practices. Whether this be in the office, field or from home, we are ensuring safety is paramount in our minds. As such we have limited all non-essential travel and face to face meetings for all concerned.
Smart working environments - we have implemented, tested and enacted remote working solutions to maintain our commitment to business continuity which can be escalated as required. We recently embarked on significant upgrades to our network technical
21st February 2020
A significant milestone was reached this month as MNG took possession of their new office facilities in Port Melbourne. Under the guidance of Braith McClure, General Manager, East Coast Operations, the office was transformed over the past month with lighting fast technology, ergonomic facilities and corporate branding.
Designed to accommodate the Melbourne land development team, 3D spatial team and GBGMAPS, the office will serve MNGs East Coast requirements now and into the near future. MNG CEO, Scott Anderson, said, investing in this office, and future expansion, is aligned with our strategic direction for continued growth along the east coast. We continue to strive for class leading facilities to attract and retain talented personnel and this office, along with other strategic investments is part of our commitment to serve our clients.
In the past year MNG has further invested in the region with their new MNG-Altus aerial survey system, incorporating the latest aerial laser scanner, Riegl VQ-480II. The scanner is currently the fastest aerial scanner in Australia and has been utilised on projects from far North Queensland to Southern Victoria. In addition to this, MNG-Cirrus 2 is located in Melbourne and MNG-Cirrus 1 is based in Brisbane to support mobile laser scanning projects along the east coast.
If you are passing through Melbourne be sure to drop by and say Gday to Braith and his team at 31/574 Plummer Street, Port Melbourne
10th January 2020
MNG is pleased to announce that following Global-Marks audit of the business in November 2019 we have successfully obtained accreditation to the new International Safety Standard ISO 45001:2018. At the same time, we have also been recertified for AS/NZS ISO 9001:2015 and AS/NZS/ 4801:2001 for Quality Management and Safety Standards. The certification is for the provision of Surveying, Mapping and Utility Locating Services.
In their audit Global Mark noted that "staff demonstrated a committed and determined team who are focussed on delivering good service". They also reported that key strengths of the business included The level of Take 5's completed in the field and the support for Mental Health Awareness. This achievement is not possible without the entire team being committed to the cause and proving that Safety is No Accident at MNG. It is a culture that is engrained within all staff and the fabric of business.
MNG CEO, Scott Anderson, is vehement on supporting the quality and safety culture through direct actions. Innovations in safety management has led to better productivity and savings in insurance premiums and creating a structure that will enable the business to achieve safety and quality for the future.
A complete bottom up, top down approach is taken at MNG with respect to safety. The Board of Directors accept ultimate responsibility for the Health Safety and Environmental Management System, but this is enabled and enacted by everyone at MNG.