Jaxon wins $50 million contract

Jaxon Construction has won a $50 million State Government contract to revitalise 570 homes at South Hedland in WA’s north-west. Jaxon chief executive officer, Lou D’Alessandro said work would begin in the next two months on the Department of Housing and Works urban renewal New Living Program for South Hedland and would spread over five years. Works could include modernising kitchens, bathrooms and laundries together with landscaping and external painting with an average of between $60,000 and $80,000 spent on refurbishments. “The contract will mean scores of local jobs during the construction phase and ongoing opportunities after completion,” he said. Department of Housing and Works housing and facilities general manager Bob Thomas said the government’s New Living Program has already proved to be one of the biggest and most successful housing renewal projects in Australia.

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