Bianca is the Training Coordinator for Multiplex at the iconic Queen’s Wharf project. Despite only being in the construction industry for a short time, Bianca has wasted no time in making friends on site, and is a keen advocate for CSQ funded training courses.

We asked Bianca a few questions about her job and pathway into the construction industry.


How long have you been working in construction training?

I’ve been in construction for two and a half years, starting at Multiplex on the world-class Queen’s Wharf project.

I’m also on the board for two not-for-profits, Danger Sun Overhead as Chair and The Asbestos Disease Support Society as Deputy Chair.

Prior to working in construction, I worked in a business operations role within the legal industry.

I really enjoy working in construction and seeing the project develop, knowing you are part of something the community will appreciate for generations to come. I also love the variety of people you get to meet every day.

What do you find most rewarding about your job?

I take pride in helping people develop their skills by offering training opportunities that will ensure longevity in the industry.

It’s very fulfilling to help workers and their employers develop new skills that not only enhance their own skillset, but also benefit the project they’re working on.

I also enjoy creating new pathways through training initiatives that are delivered on-site in dedicated training facilities. I have seen first-hand the ripple effect for providing employment opportunities for everyone regardless of background.

Any comments about CSQ?

CSQ are terrific and provide a significant amount of funding towards an array of courses to advance workers and businesses develop their skills, and in turn, careers.

All the staff at CSQ who I work closely with are helpful, enthusiastic, and passionate about training and upskilling the workforce.

CSQ also provide multiple pathway opportunities for people who want to get into the construction industry – I’ve seen firsthand how valuable this is.


Click to read more about the Multiplex Queens Wharf project.