Woollam Constructions fosters a culture of loyalty, teamwork and career development for existing and new employees to the industry. Investing in our people, and offering genuine career paths is led by example; the Directors and much of the management team started their careers with Woollam as building cadets.
Craig Percival – Managing Director
Craig’s experience in the construction industry is, literally, from the ground up. His hands-on approach began as building cadet with Woollam in 1989, labouring and assisting tradespeople. He earned increased responsibility as a leading hand, then as site manager. Mentored by both Tom and Keith Woollam, Craig learnt from two of the industry’s most respected figures, absorbing the Woollam ethos for quality, service, and reliability.
After running the Mackay branch since 1995, Craig became company director and shareholder in 2001, and in March 2015 became Woollam Constructions Managing Director.
As Managing Director, Craig takes great pride in the development of our people and our uncompromising approach to quality. Leading by example he instills the same approach throughout the project team and ensures they have whatever resources they need to exceed our client’s expectations. His technical experience onsite means he is acutely aware of critical management tasks to ensure quality delivery. Craig has been involved with all major Woollam Constructions projects throughout regional Queensland since 1995. He is highly experienced in dealing with remote locality and consistently testing building processes to ensure most efficient and economical outcomes are achieved.
George Bogiatzis – Director
George Bogiatzis has over thirty years experience in construction and has contributed as Project Director to major Health, Aged Care, Government, Public Infrastructure and Education projects.
Since joining Woollam as a cadet quantity surveyor in 1983, George has worked across Queensland including managing the Cairns branch. He returned to Brisbane as Estimating and Contract Manager in 1993 and in 2000 was appointed Managing Director. In 2003, George became a shareholder in Woollam – personalising his professional commitment to the company’s values, its legacy, and its future. On 31st March 2015, after 15 years at the helm of Woollam, George stepped down as Managing Director to undertake the role of Director and Chairman of the Company.
With a background in Quantity Surveying, George has a hands-on approach to life cycle and cost planning, ensuring projects are built for life.
Danny Hammon – Aged Care Development Manager
As our dedicated Aged Care Development Manager, Danny has an intimate understanding of aged care market conditions, policies, standards, complexities and sensitivities.
He is passionate about early collaborative client and stakeholder engagement, playing a key role in project planning and delivery to achieve best-for-project outcomes such as maximising RACF performance, operating efficiencies, innovation, buildabilty, risk management and cost efficiency.
Danny has over 10 years experience in the construction industry ranging from estimating, contracts administrator, project manager and regional manager to Aged Care Development Manager. He has experience of greenfield and brownfield sites with projects ranging in value from $250k to $40 million.
Ben Cummins – QLD Manager
Ben has overseen the successful completion of health, education, public, private and aged care infrastructure with Woollam Constructions throughout Queensland and New South Wales since 2009. He was chosen to lead the company’s operations in Northern NSW as Regional Manager in 2013, and has since led the team to three consecutive Master Builders Association Regional Commercial Builder of the Year titles.
Ben’s proven ability managing complex design and construction components, his organisational ability and his outstanding business development initiatives were formally recognized when he was selected by a panel of senior industry academics and leaders as the 2015 recipient of the QUT Young Constructor Award.
Ben is the catalyst for developing the Woollam Young Builders Alliance (WYBA); an initiative that develops a curriculum for trainees in the construction industry.