Adam completed his apprenticeship in Plumbing in 2003 in Victoria. After completing his apprenticeship Adam travelled to England and started his first business in London. Upon returning to Australia Adam started a plumbing business in Victoria, of which he was Managing Director for 5 years. In 2009 Adam took up the opportunity to work in the Northern Territory. During this time Adam has grown the Company to where it is today. Adam also holds the hydraulic seat on the NT Government Building Practitioners Board.
Clete completed his apprenticeship in Carpentry/Joinery 1999 in Victoria. From there Clete began working for a high end builder at Victoria's surf coast. Clete’s vast experience stems from a dedication to learning and evolving. Whilst working on the surf coast, Clete expanded his knowledge base further with studies in construction management. This enabled Clete to secure employment with Lendlease (Formerly known as Baulderstone). Over the course of his career, Clete has worked for the likes of CIMIC (Formerly known as Leighton Contractors) and Lendlease Building Pty Ltd to name a few. This experience has given Clete the foundations required to assist the growth of Pacific Plumbing Group.
Peter completed his apprenticeship in 1974, which was started in Northern Territory and completed at the Adelaide School of Plumbing. After completing his training Peter had ran his own business from 1975 to 2015. During which time his company had completed the hydraulics installations for multiple high rise buildings, commercial works including Bradshaw Field Training Area for John Holland Constructions, schools, hospitals, defence contracts, housing and residential apartment blocks, and major gas works including service stations and fire training facilities in and around Darwin NT. In 2015 Peter took up a position at Pacific Plumbing Group as estimating manager to help secure new tenders.