Haslin Constructions

Expertise

  • Award Winning Construction.
  • Experts in Delivering Major Government Infrastructure.
  • A spirit of intersectional inclusivity.
  • Safety First, Always.
  • Construction with Context.

Accreditations

Haslin is an Internationally Accredited Contractor.


Haslin’s Accredited Management Systems:

  • ISO 45001:2018 (Safety Management Systems)
  • ISO 14001:2015 (Environmental Management Systems
  • ISO 9001:2015 (Quality Management System)

Safety Accreditations:

  • Australian Government Building & Construction WHS
  • NSW Government WHS Management Systems and Auditing Guidelines Edition 5
  • NSW Government Environmental Management System Guidelines Edition 3
  • Office of Federal Safety Council (OFSC) Government Building and Construction WHS Accreditation
  • Authorised Engineering Organisation with Transport for NSW

NSW Government Public Works Accreditations:

  • Best Practice Accredited Contractor for Civil Works, Construct and Design & Construct, $1 – $40 Million
  • Best Practice Accredited Contractor for Building works to $14 Million

Prequalifications:

  • Roads & Maritime Services (F25)
  • Health Infrastructure NSW ($20M)
  • Transport for NSW
  • State Water
  • Midcoast Water
  • Endeavour Energy

Awards

Capabilities

Experts in Delivering Major Government Infrastructure.

In over three decades of operation, Haslin has delivered over $1 Billion in complex government infrastructure, including Road and Rail Infrastructure, Dams, Community and Public Space, Sporting Facilities, Substations, Mining Infrastructure, Commercial Building, Heritage Works, Marine and Foreshore Works, Defence Works, Contamination and Remediation.

With our core team of experienced engineers and our robust and fully operational management systems, Haslin is capable of delivering projects up to $100 Million in value across a wide range of delivery models, including D&C, ECI and ETI, JVs and Alliance contracts.

 

Gender Equality

A spirit of intersectional inclusivity.

As is well documented, the construction industry is male-dominated – with a recent CCF survey placing the number of women in non-clerical roles at lower than 5%. While Haslin stands by our many principled and technically astute male staff, we believe that our industry should reflect the diverse makeup of the world that we build infrastructure for. To that end, Haslin is committed to correcting the imbalance with a combination of Policy and Industry Activism.

Industry Activism

Led by Haslin’s General Manager Gladys Woods, Haslin have been staunch supporters of the CCF’s Women In Civil Mentoring Program since 2017. Through structured mentor-mentee relationships over a nine month period, the program aims to provide an environment of support for women, encouraging them to join – or ensuring they remain – in the civil construction industry.

Policy for Parity

Haslin’s corporate culture is built on a spirit of intersectional inclusivity; we’re committed to reflecting the diversity of our country in the makeup of our company. This is undergirded in Haslin’s HR Policy, which dictates that all women who apply for a position are offered an interview. This ensures that women’s voices in our industry are heard.

Safety

Safety First, Always.

The health and wellbeing of our staff is Haslin’s number one priority. We take all practicable steps to ensure safe work environments for our staff and Sub-Contractors both at workplaces and worksites.

Our safety, environment and quality performance is guided by our Integrated Management System, fully operational and accredited against the requirements of AS/NZS 4801, AS/NZS ISO 14001 and AS/NZS ISO 9001. Haslin also possesses the Australian Government Building and Construction WHS accreditation, certified by the Federal Safety Commissioner.

Sustainability

Construction with Context.

Haslin understands the impact of human activities on the environment and the importance of inter-generational equity. We deliver all of our projects with due respect to the principles of sustainable development and take all reasonable initiatives to minimise harm to the bio-physical environment.

As outlined in our Sustainability Policy (SEQ-POL-002), Haslin is committed to:

  • Conducting business operations in an environmentally sensible manner with full regards to the
    sensitivities of the local and regional environment;
  • Applying best practice environmental solutions to the design and construction of building and
    infrastructure;
  • Complying with all applicable environmental legislation, standards, guidelines and statutory
    policies;
  • Taking all practicable initiatives to minimise pollution of the environment;
  • Reducing and recycling waste;
  • Minimising the usage of non-renewable natural resources and the emission of greenhouse gases
  • Actively support the principles of Ecologically Sustainable Development;
  • Developing, implementing and maintaining an Environmental Management System incorporating
    specific objectives, measurable targets, programs and procedures for continual improvement
    of company environmental performance;
  • Providing appropriate training and instruction to employees and sub-contractors for enhancing their
    environmental awareness and skills;
  • Establishing and maintaining appropriate mechanisms for communication and consultation of
    relevant environmental issues with employees, clients and stakeholders; and
  • Creating better living conditions for future generations by enhancing environmental and
    social outcomes and leaving a positive legacy.
  • Considering whole of life environmental, social and economic aspects throughout project
    design, procurement and construction
  • Supporting local jobs, businesses and suppliers.