As a family owned and operated company, born in the building trade in Queensland, we believe in sustaining local jobs and supporting our communities.

Most people on our team are longstanding employees with a long track record of working in the building industry. We all feel that giving back to our community is important. That’s why we support a range of local charities and communities. 

Our contributions, traineeships and community work become part of your project template, ticking the right boxes to make your tender submissions stand apart from your competitors.


Training, apprenticeships and mentoring

HYTEK believes in investing in technology and training to keep our team up to speed with industry trends and demands. We provide mentorship routes for our existing team to upskill them according to industry skills and career paths. And we run an apprenticeship scheme to support local youth employment

Diversity and inclusion

HYTEK is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace, and encourages and supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in our culturally safe workplace. We believe that a diverse workplace increases creativity, sparking new ideas and innovative processes. HYTEK aims to attract the best workers, regardless of gender or cultural background, and tap into the wider talent pool, which benefits our industry by evolving a wider set of skills and supporting future potential.


Charitable work and community sponsorships

  • HYTEK sponsors the Mako Sports Leadership Academy which develops leadership skills and confidence through fitness for students in Years 11 and 12. HYTEK’s sponsorship enables the students to attend camps, seminars and leadership programmes to help them with their growth.
  • HYTEK supports local families by providing book packs, fuel vouchers, food vouchers, groceries, and other supplies for people in need, sponsoring excursions, camps and extracurricular activities at the Jimboomba and Woodhill State schools.
  • HYTEK contributes a monthly donation to Nightlight Outreach at Beenleigh and Eagleby which operates a street van service taking food and supplies to the homeless and community members in need.

Working with youth in detention

In August 2018, HYTEK partnered with ministry workers from the Presbyterian Church of Queensland, local community members and Brisbane’s Youth Detention Centre, to establish a pathway for young people transitioning out of youth detention. The programme offers young people mentorship and job opportunities to help them move forward with their lives.


Salvation Army – Hero of Hope Award 2023

‘Thank you HYTEK Group for your continued support over the years with corporate volunteering at services like The Family Place at Logan, staff participating in this year’s Salvos Sleepout and the generous and continued support to The Salvation Army homelessness services. We acknowledge the significance of the support and HYTEK Group’s meaningful and practical consideration to those that are struggling every day through homelessness.  Thank You for believing in the work of The Salvation Army and it’s a privilege to recognise HYTEK Group with the 2023 Salvation Army ‘Hero of Hope’ Award – Queensland, as a company that has gone above and beyond to transform the lives of everyday Australians.’

Jennifer Kennedy – Relationship Manager – Corporate Partnerships – The Salvation Army – Qld

I really appreciate the ongoing generous support for our school communities that enables families to function with dignity until their situation changes and becomes manageable again.

Jamie Sharp
Scripture Union School Chaplain, Jimboomba and Woodhill State schools

HYTEK have played a vital role … for a number of young people transitioning out of youth detention. I believe HYTEK are industry leaders because of the way they invest in their staff and community. I am so thankful for HYTEK’s work and dedication in supporting young people who are creating a new future for themselves.

Nat Carse
Reconciled Programme, Peirson Services