Mathew Burke

Director / QLD Regional Manager

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“I truly believe in the value of human connection, quality relationships and hard work which is reflected in the way the ADP team operates.”

Mathew joined the Sydney ADP team in October 2017 after 15 years working with multi-national engineering consulting companies and the preceding 10 on the contractor side.

In early 2018, the opportunity arose to join the emerging ADP Brisbane office which Mathew jumped at to allow him to be closer to family and achieve a greater work life balance. After three years, the Queensland team has grown to 23 staff and our portfolio of projects has expanded across a wider range of sectors. The relationship that Mathew and the team have built has offered us some stellar opportunities in Queensland and coupled with high quality communication and delivery on projects has seen great opportunities continue to come through the door.

Mathew’s project experience extends from tall buildings to nuclear facilities, health care, education, laboratories, correctional facilities, residential and retail developments, and large power, water and transport infrastructure. Standout projects for Mathew includes Queens Wharf Mansions Precinct, a landmark project for ADP in Brisbane’s CBD, playing an integral part in the rejuvenation of the area; the recently completed ariel ski jump at Brisbane’s Sleeman Sports Complex and the first Fairmont branded resort in Australia which will be located in stunning Port Douglas.

Mathew has been a fan of AFL football since early 2000’s, playing for the Randwick City Saints and more recently the Morningside Panthers in the QAFL. The opportunity to be part of the design team for the new SCG Northern stand that opened in 2014 at the home of the Sydney Swans was a career highlight. Mathew is a member of the Mooloolaba Surf lifesaving club and more recently has taken up rowing with the Commercial rowing club at West End in the men’s master’s crew.

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