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George Allingame is retiring after 42 years at the helm of Pindan. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Oxley takes control of underperforming Pindan

Singaporean development group Oxley Holdings has moved to full ownership of Pindan for zero cost, after cancelling around $24 million in debt while also disclosing that the local contractor had failed to meet performance targets.

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Total value of current WA projects

1st-MultiplexNFP
2nd-PindanNFP
3rd-ProbuildNFP
4th-BGC AustraliaNFP
5th↑Perkins Builders475,000,000
98 construction companies ranked by total combined value of current WA projects ($)

Revenue

18th-DoricJaxon Consolidated$344.5m
19th↑PindanNFP
21st-AMB Holdings$290.8m
22nd↑Galati Group$285.5m
121 private companies - large ranked by revenue most recent financial year

Housing starts

6th-Content Living572
7th↑Summit Homes Group567
8th↓Pindan500
9th↑Hanssen427
10th↓Delstrat Group324
41 residential builders ranked by no. of starts (2018/2019)

Number of Employees

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