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The Brookvale Oval Hill, one of the most famous hills in rugby league, will now be known as the  ‘Urban Building Family Hill’ following a new sponsorship deal from a passionate lifelong Manly Warringah Sea Eagles supporter and Brookvale businessman.

Brad Harrison, a licensed builder plus a certified practicing project manager and member of the Australian Institute of Project Managers, is the owner of Urban Building located in Mitchell Road, Brookvale, just a short walk from the historic ground.

Urban Building has specialised in construction and commercial fit-outs in Sydney for more than 20 years. The company transforms ordinary workplaces into professional, innovative spaces that drive businesses forward.

“”It has always been a dream of Brad’s to have signage around the scoreboard at Brookvale Oval, but when the opportunity came to be the naming rights sponsor of the famous hill, he was more than happy to oblige,’’ said Manly Warringah Sea Eagles CEO Joe Kelly.

“Brad is already an integral part of the Sea Eagles family, having help transformed the old Gun Club at our Narrabeen training base into a state-of-the-art High Performance Centre for the players to work out of.

“He and his wife Lisa, director of Urban Event Management, are also proud Player Sponsors of our NRL team in 2016. It is great to see such a successful local business like Urban Building well and truly supporting the Sea Eagles.”

With a holistic approach encompassing superior design, hands-on execution and detailed project management, Urban Building draws on extensive experience and practical knowledge to save clients time and costs by avoiding potential pitfalls – while ensuring minimal disruption to everyday productivity. Find out more about Urban Building at


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