Chris Bulmer has built a strong reputation as a leader in the property and construction industry, and for helping build pathways for others to realise their highest potential.
As Chief Executive Officer of Pacific Services Group Holdings (PSG) since July 2014, a leading Indigenous-owned asset management company with significant capacity across construction, maintenance and services, Bulmer’s leadership and strategic vision have steered the company through a period of rapid advancement.
PSG not only provides an integrated service to its clients: it delivers tangible change to the lives of Indigenous people. Through its Indigenous Enrichment Plan the company is a significant employer of Indigenous people, and invests heavily in their future through training, mentoring and outreach programs, including the development last year of a university cadetship program supporting Indigenous undergraduates.
“We not only create a strong Indigenous supply chain, but help our fellow Indigenous businesses to build their own reputation and long-term success.”
Bulmer and PSG are also working to build capacity in other Indigenous businesses, providing suppliers and subcontractors with management education for improved performance.
“It’s incredibly rewarding – for the business, and for me personally,” says Bulmer. “We not only create a strong Indigenous supply chain for PSG, but help our fellow Indigenous businesses to build their own reputation and long-term success.”
Prior to joining PSG, Bulmer spent eight years with Australia’s largest privately owned commercial contractor Hansen Yuncken, where he was credited with significant up-scaling of revenue and performance. The company also attracted more than 90 industry awards during his tenure. He is also a Director of consultancy Trumbull Greenwich, and Managing Partner of Greenwich Advisory, incorporating ‘iBuild our Future’ – a program facilitating pro-bono mentoring for undergraduate students.
Alongside this, Bulmer lends his time to helping shape the future of the construction industry as a guest lecturer and member of advisory boards for the UTS Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building and for Western Sydney University’s engineering and construction disciplines.
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