Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) - AMC Clean

AMC Launches Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)

Monday, May 27th, 2024

It gives me great pleasure to announce that AMC Commercial Cleaning has embarked on our reconciliation journey formally. Today, we are incredibly proud to launch our REFLECT RECONCILIATION ACTION PLAN (RAP).

This marks the first step in our long-term commitment to better understand, engage and build meaningful relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, creating a more equitable and inclusive environment for tomorrow.

AMC’s Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) is an integral part of our overall strategy to drive change and action towards reconciliation. The RAP formalises our goals and commitments at both an organisational and individual level to support First Nations employees and to ensure purposeful and impactful community engagement.

We will be embedding initiatives within our organisation to expand our ownership to include First Nation’s people and ensure we’re recognising their specific investment needs and opportunities. We also intend partnering with First Nations organisations to extend our impact to the communities in which we operate.

Our thanks to the young artist group from Ingeous studios led by Leigh Harris based in Cairns, hailing from Kanolu and Gungarri peoples of Queensland, for creating an artwork that tells AMC’s journey towards reconciliation in the most beautiful way.

We look forward to continuing the important conversations and working towards a more equitable Australia for all.


Kristie Coade

Chief Executive Officer
AMC Commercial Cleaning



Kristie Coade is one of Australia’s youngest Chief Executive Officers. Having joined the family's facilities management business in 2007, Kristie rose from the ranks of AMC Commercial Cleaning Pty Ltd – from Telesales to Business Development and then on to the challenge as General Manager tasked with the turnaround of AMC South Australia in 2012. On the back of a successful performance of growth, the Gen Y of 26, became COO in 2015. Today, with 10 years of experience behind her, Kristie heads the $80m cleaning and facilities management business spread across Australia and New Zealand, giving leadership to over 500 operatives and 2500 colleagues devoted to meticulous cleaning and care to provide inspiring work environments every day.