TSA Management’s mission is to deliver projects of significance leaving a positive legacy for those who live in the communities they create. They manage, consult and partner with their clients to bring impactful projects to life. TSA Management are known for their passion, professionalism and collaboration, bringing the right people, processes and experience together to help generate positive community outcomes. TSA was established in Sydney in 2001 and now has eight offices across Australia and New Zealand. The Group has a c.20-year track record of providing independent (i) project management and (ii) advisory services to private and public sectors. TSA’s vision is to become Australasia’s leading client-side project management consulting business, building trusting partnerships with their clients and being their project management consultant of choice. TSA has an established and growing trans-Tasman platform having completed multiple strategic acquisitions during 2019 (Calcutta Group and EVC) and 2018 (Xact and Xigo).
Employee expertise, diverse sector coverage and geographic reach enable TSA to quickly respond to clients’ needs. TSA has delivered marquee projects across both countries including the, Barangaroo redevelopment, Sydney Light Rail, Westconnex, QIC’s Triplets in Brisbane, NZ International Convention Centre and the OneSKY Infrastructure program (Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth Airports). TSA is currently working on over 400 projects across many sectors including schools, universities, hospitals, road, rail, defence, transport, aged care, hotel and commercial with a total value of over $60bn.
TSA’s three core values of Integrity, Excellence and Collaboration are at the heart of everything they do, providing direction and guidance on how people work and interact with each other and their clients. To ensure that these values are understood and remain part of the fabric of the business, every new employee participates in TSA Story sessions which include values in action training. TSA places a strong strategic focus on People & Culture initiatives that foster a culture reflecting its three core values. The vision at TSA is that they want to create a diverse workforce that can respond to diverse projects and client needs. TSA staff are committed to achieving outstanding performance and innovative solutions.
At TSA they invest in the future of their people through their ‘Grow’ program of work. TSA want their people to take a proactive interest in their growth and development by understanding the career pathways and role opportunities available to them; the levels of competency expected in each of their roles; the mentoring, learning and development opportunities they make available to support this growth; and how TSA build their current and future leaders.
TSA has created a framework and structure that encourages greater coaching and mentoring of their people. The programs in place help establish mutual and dynamic learning relationships that reinforce the TSA Management culture as a learning organisation while improving performance, competence and confidence, leading to personal and professional growth. TSA’s performance review process provides a platform for staff and managers to discuss performance, career goals and development needs.
TSA provides learning, training and development opportunities to staff in order to support their personal and professional development, as well as meet strategic, operational, and business goals. TSA is a member of the AIPM (Australian Institute of Project Management) and puts a number of project managers through its certification process each year.
The TSA Board regularly review and monitor various metrics (including gender) to ensure equality is maintained. With Gender diversity a challenge within the sector, TSA is committed to maintaining a culture of respect, trust and ownership whereby all our people are given equal opportunity to grow and develop to achieve their full potential. Further, TSA has a WHS policy demonstrating its commitment to protecting the health and safety of its team, contractors and members of the public with a zero harm target. All Project Managers have attended Workplace Health & Safety training to gain a deeper understanding of their role and responsibilities as an employee and Project manager on client projects.
At each office, TSA organises events or activities to encourage social interaction, improve personal health and enhance local community connections. At a group wide level, TSA provides access to an external 24×7 Employee Assistance program, flexible working options, learning forums, career progression, healthy snacks, flu vaccinations and open and inviting offices. This is provided because TSA believes that their people are at the core of who they are. These activities help bring people together, build culture and engage staff.