5 minute chat with Mick Clarke - Tasbuilt's Onsite Manager

Tell us a little about yourself

  • Have a young family
  • Enjoy the outdoors – motorbikes, 4 wheel driving, and camping
  • Keen Hawthorn supporter

How long have you been involved in the building industry?

I initially started as a carpenter/joiner at age 16. I have worked in a variety of areas; joinery, roofing, the cottage industry, before working for Tasbuilt Homes

What does your role as onsite manager for Tasbuilt Homes include?

Site preparation and inspection, pilot delivery of home to site, oversee the installation and completion of the project, liaise with other trades and owners

What do you find most interesting about the role?

  • Variety – have seen a lot of our state – every day is different
  • Working in outdoor environments
  • Seeing projects develop and completed with satisfied customers

Have you noticed any interesting emerging trends in construction or the home building industry?

Our style of building has become more popular because of the demand for swift but quality housing solutions. There is an emphasis on using more energy efficient products and having a low impact on the environment. There is also a greater variety of products available to suit any style and design

Tell us about one of your most enjoyable moments during your time working for Tasbuilt

One of my most memorable experiences has been the transportation of units to King Island. This was a great opportunity to work in a unique environment and to be involved in the complex logistics of transporting the homes

Mick Clarke


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