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Succession a key concern

Recent events in the business and political sphere highlight again the importance of having a good succession plan, a process that many leaders do not embrace or understand.

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Total value of current WA projects

6th↓BGC AustraliaNFP
7th↓Doric605,000,000
9th↓Perkins Builders480,000,000
10th↓LendleaseNFP
102 construction companies ranked by total combined value of current WA projects ($)

Employees

8th-Hertel Modern1,300
9th-Laing O'Rourke1,200
10th↑BGC Australia980
11th↑Broadspectrum979
12th↓SNC-Lavalin850
97 contractors ranked by total staff in WA

Mining contracting employees

1st↑Byrnecut1,648
2nd↑BGC Australia1,231
3rd↓Macmahon Holdings1,206
4th↓Barminco1,200
5th↓MACANFP
26 mining contractors ranked by no. of mining contracting staff: in WA

Revenue

1st-Hancock Prospecting$6.04bn
2nd-Roy Hill Holdings$3.84bn
3rd-BGC Australia$2.50bn
4th↑Wilson Parking$1.15bn
6th↓ABN Group$910.5m
114 private companies - large ranked by revenue most recent financial year

Ranked by total area owned then by total assets

4th↑GDI Property102,746
5th↓Primewest94,275
6th-BGC AustraliaNFP
7th↑Mirvac60,951
8th-GIC Real Estate57,710
31 property - commercial owners ranked by size of total area in m2

Housing starts

1st-BGC Australia2,051
2nd-ABN Group1,780
3rd-Ventura Home Group1,190
4th↓JWH Group1,008
5th↑Redink Homes724
44 residential builders ranked by no. of starts (2017/2018)

Number of Employees

Construction Companies

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