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John Georgiou says Australian contractors should have a bigger role on infrastructure projects.

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Infrastructure Australia has dramatically scaled down the expected cost of road congestion in Perth, mainly because of lower population growth, but has warned about the impact of continued urban sprawl.

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Excellent effort John Georgiou for getting the message across to the decision makers. Saying that this should be considered by government in more industries where smaller family businesses are cut off from the ability to tender because they don't have, say, international offices or the criteria mentioned that would only apply to the big corporates.

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Total value of current WA projects

6th↓Doric420,000,000
7th↑LendleaseNFP
8th↑Georgiou GroupNFP
9th↑PACT Construction261,000,000
10th↑Jaxon235,000,000
97 construction companies ranked by total combined value of current WA projects ($)

Employees

16th↓Southern Cross Electrical Engineering500
17th↑Breight Group500
18th↑Georgiou Group410
19th↑SRG Global400
20th↑McConnell DowellNFP
99 contractors ranked by total staff in WA

Engineers

19th↓Wood & Grieve Engineers105
20th-Aerison100
21st↓Georgiou Group100
22nd↑Laing O'RourkeNFP
23rd↑Engenium88
154 engineers ranked by number of engineers in WA

Revenue

6th↓ABN Group$910.5m
7th↑Perron Group$579.4m
8th-Georgiou Group$574.0m
9th↑CFC Group$556.1m
10th↑Perth Airport$523.3m
121 private companies - large ranked by revenue most recent financial year

Year established in WA

39th-Leeuwin Estate1974
41st↓Georgiou Group1977
42nd-Prendiville Group1983
43rd-Lester Group1995
45 WA business dynasties ranked by year established in WA

Number of Employees

Construction Companies

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