Our Culture

200 George St ground looking up A key part of Mirvac’s vision is to build a diverse team and inclusive culture that values different perspectives.

What sets our workforce apart

Mirvac’s team is our most valuable asset, and we invest in our people accordingly. A huge part of this is creating a positive workplace environment, where people are respected, encouraged and rewarded.

Over the years, we’re proud to have built a culture of inclusivity, innovation and collaboration, becoming a place where people genuinely want to work. We feel fortunate to have so many talented, purpose-driven individuals on our team.


The AFR Boss Best Places to Work awards recognise organisations that are pioneering new ways of working and pushing the boundaries when it comes to workplace policies and practices. Mirvac won the top spot in the 2022 AFR BOSS Best Places to Work list for the Property, Construction and Transport sector.

Living our values

At Mirvac, our overarching purpose is to reimagine urban life. Day-to-day, we do this by living the values we’ve defined for ourselves.

We put people first.
This means we listen to, understand and respond to our customers and treat all people with respect. It also means we support the professional development of our people and encourage flexibility for better work/life balance.

We’re passionate about quality and legacy.
Through our work, we strive to deliver enduring customer-focused quality, and leave a positive legacy in the communities in which we operate. 

We collaborate.
We build trusted relationships and leverage the power of working as one team within our business and with our partners.

We’re curious and bold.
We’re not afraid to explore what’s possible, be bold in our actions, and ask ‘why not?’.

How we work is as important as what we do.
We’re leaders in safety, sustainability, innovation, inclusion and learning – these things set us apart.

We are genuine and do the right thing.
Our people are down to earth, we take ownership, and we do what we say we’ll do.

Diversity & equality

A key part of Mirvac’s vision is to build a diverse team and inclusive culture that values different perspectives. We want our culture to enable people to contribute safely, realise their potential and respond to our stakeholders’ needs – and in doing so, provide Mirvac with a competitive advantage. We also understand that there’s more to diversity than gender. As well as our commitment to maintaining an even gender balance, we also focus on flexibility, building an inclusive culture and encouraging diversity of thought. As a result, we’ve consistently been named as an Employer of Choice by the Workplace Gender and Equality Agency (WGEA) and in 2022, we were ranked number one globally by Equileap in its Gender Equality Global Report leading a global field of 4,000 companies across 19 criteria to take the top spot.

At Mirvac we are proud to have a 0% like-for-like pay gap for the 8th year running. We are working to close our organisational gap, by increasing the number of women in senior roles and employing women in the traditionally male dominated roles within Mirvac, like Construction for example. 

Our Leaders are committed to this goal through:

  • - Our focus on Women in Construction as part of our D&I plan
  • - Bringing recruitment inhouse to ensure targeted focus on females for senior roles and females in Construction
  • - Having gender targets for promotions and opportunities for Women in Management
  • - Targeted talent development and succession planning for all ELT and MLT role
  • - New Intern and Cadetship programs with a focus on employing females into male dominant roles to grow our Talent.


To View Mirvac’s Gender Pay Gap WGEA Report 2022-2023 click here

Mirvac female construction employee on site
Mirvac design team collaborating on project
Mirvac design team using virtual reality


Mirvac acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Owners of the lands and waters of Australia, and we offer our respect to their Elders past and present.  

Artwork: ‘Reimagining Country’, created by Riki Salam (Mualgal, Kaurareg, Kuku Yalanji) of We are 27 Creative.