Our Team

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Key Staff Members

Dundee Rock Pty Ltd’s ethos is to employ local qualified staff where possible. Where qualified local staff are not available, our next preference is to employ NT staff.

Thomas Hutcheson – Director

Tom is the owner-operator of the Company. He has over 35 years’ experience in the construction industry. He is a qualified painter who prides himself in the company delivering a first class job on time and on budget. Tom’s passion is to support the growth of Indigenous businesses. Tom has extensive experience operating in remote areas.

Michael Athanasiou- Licensed Builder

Michael has been involved in the building industry for over 25 years, primarily as a project manager.He has been involved in projects with government agencies such as health, education, police and housing. He has undertaken many projects in remote communities including:

  • Construction of 20 houses in Numbulwar
  • Construction of 18 new houses & 40 housing upgrades on Elcho Island
  • Construction of new homes in Milingimbi
  • Construction of health clinic in Wadeye
  • Construction of Wurli Wurlinjang Health Centre in Katherine

Our Collaborative Partners

Dundee Rock Pty Ltd has carefully chosen its collaborative partners – businesses that have a very high-quality service delivery ethos, similar to itself.

Dice Australia

Established in May 2007, DICE is a proudly Indigenous owned and operated company based in Darwin. DICE provides installation through to repairs and maintenance for all business types. It has become a leading service provider to the construction industry in a number of states. DICE’s expansion is testament to its efficient and reliable service, delivered to very high standards.

Tri-Odia (NT) Pty Ltd

Tri-Odia is an Indigenous owned and operated landscaping, horticulture, land management and training business, based in Darwin. Tri-Odia has been in operation in the Northern Territory since 2010. Tri-Odia has undertaken major landscaping, land management and revegetation works around the Territory. Tri-Odia’s ethos is also to provide training outcomes to Indigenous people in remote communities in garden maintenance and land management that has the potential to provide a skills base that can lead to sustainable jobs outcomes.