SPECIAL REPORT: The state’s mid-tier builders are sharpening their focus on specialised areas to ensure they fend off growing interest in local construction projects from eastern states-based companies.
Intense competition among small to medium-sized builders is resulting in competitive tenders and tight margins.
Esslemont Cockram has won a $28 million contract to build new facilities at Willetton Senior High School, the largest of six construction contracts for education and training centres awarded recently
Perth-based FIRM Construction has been selected by German mining machinery manufacturer Wirtgen Group to build a $40 million sales and service facility in South Guildford.
Four local building companies have won the first batch of contracts to be awarded by the state government under its $265 million ‘Year 7’ building program.
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