At Nacap we create value across each phase of project delivery, including engineering, construction, commissioning and safe handover. We deliver standalone and our complementary capabilities across the Quanta Group of companies.
Our vision is to be recognised as a leading energy infrastructure constructor in Australia and Internationally, for our agile approach, inspiring workplace and sustainable growth.
Our Values are embedded in the way we speak, how we go about our business with our clients and partners, our decision making process and drive our leaders to be the best.
Our values ensure we are at the forefront of quality, innovation, safety and environmental protection and this helps our clients, our people and our community.
Matthew O’Connell, President
Over 30 years’ business leadership, management and construction experience in Australia, PNG, Singapore and Myanmar.
John Frith, Vice President, Development
Over 35 years’ in the construction industry in Australia, South East Asia and the United Kingdom. Specialising in major project development and delivery.
Ben Rees, Chief Operating Officer
Over 25 years’ successful execution of pipeline projects in Australia, PNG, Vietnam, Singapore, The Philippines, India and Sri Lanka.
Chris Kelly – Vice President, Infrastructure
Over 25 years’ of operational and project management experience in power, water, marine and building sectors across Australia and South East Asia.
Donna Dai – Chief Financial Officer
Over 15 years’ experience in strategic planning, taxation, financial reporting, compliance and transaction services management.
Jacqui Carroll – Executive General Manager, People & Culture
Over 25 years’ global experience in People & Culture, including strategy, change, leadership, talent, performance, engagement and reward across a range of industries including construction, infrastructure, utilities, oil and gas.
Brad Kerr, Vice President, Resources
Over 20 years’ experience across aspects of mining, water, oil and gas and renewable development.
Paul Whyte, Executive General Manager, HSEQ
Over 25 years’ HSE experience across oil and gas, mining, transport, property development, civil and construction sectors in Australia, PNG, UAE, Oman and Bahrain.
Nacap has an impeccable safety record based on a strong safety culture reinforced by our safety policies and non-negotiables, behavioural based leadership program, highly tailored safety procedures and a world class safety framework established by our parent company Quanta Services Inc “Capacity Model for Safety”.
Nacap is accredited under the Federal Safety Commission (FSC). Nacap is also certified with Safety (ISO45001), Quality (ISO9001), and Environmental (ISO14001) Management Systems.
Nacap is strongly committed to promoting mental health. We partner with Mates in Construction and Converge. Both provide free and confidential 24/7 counselling to our employees and their families.
On every project, Nacap develops detailed participation plans to support local engagement and the employment of people in local communities.
Nacap takes very seriously our organisational culture and the development of project culture in which Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander values are recognised, respected by all members of the workforce and is proactive in engaging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Nacap applies this philosophy throughout our operations and in accordance with the objectives of its ‘Innovate’ Reconciliation Action Plan.
Nacap seeks to foster workplaces and deliver projects across Australia that respect the cultural heritage of the places where we operate and which enables First Nations peoples in the communities where we operate to benefit from the opportunities that we provide.
We aim to enhance our knowledge of First Nations peoples’ histories, experiences, cultures and connections to land. Doing so will grow our understandings and develop a deeper appreciation and acknowledgment of First Nations peoples across our workforce and support a commitment to a reconciled, fair and equitable Australia across the broader community.
We will align Nacap’s values of ‘Integrity’, ‘Teamwork’ and ‘Strive to be Better’ in how we reflect, share experiences, grow our understandings and interact with communities. We aim to promote realistic and agile engagement; employment; and business opportunities for First Nations people commensurate with the duration and location of our projects.
Through a commitment to work in partnership with our employees, managers and supervisors, suppliers, clients and communities, we will provide authentic and achievable actions that help address the inequities between First Nations peoples and other Australians.
Our intent is to use our Innovate RAP as a living document to support us to achieve positive engagement with First Nations communities, gain greater access to First Nations suppliers; increase First Nations employment; and develop the cultural capability and understanding of our workforce.
Nacap consistently applies our values of Integrity, Teamwork and Strive to be Better to the way we behave and the decisions we make in order to drive our Code of Conduct.
We ensure ethical conduct with our employees, clients, suppliers and authorities wherever we work and ensure our behaviours and actions effectively contribute to a respectful and safe workplace, recognition of privacy and freedom of association.
Nacap believes in positive, fair, equitable, and diverse work practices and are conscious of the potential risks of modern slavery.
Nacap is committed to protecting human rights within areas it has control, and wholly supports the Government’s initiative to identify and address modern slavery risks within global operations and supply chains.