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Welltech win

PERTH water management company Welltech has had the biggest win of its 20-year history with a contract to work on Brisbane’s largest capital works project.

Welltech has been contracted to bypass sewage during the construction of the $80 million Woolloongabba Sewer Upgrade Project, which involves John Holland installing more than five kilometres of sewerage pipes in the city.

The contract is expected to keep Welltech busy for 18-24 months and, at a value of $20 million, is more than double any of its previous contracts.

Welltech co-founder David Henderson told WA Business News the contract would help the company chase turnover in the region of $30 million in the 2013 financial year - up from $20 million in 2011-12.

The company has built its core business around water management in construction but entered the sewage bypass market after completing a job for Water Corporation.

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Total value of current WA projects

3rd↑BGC Australia822,000,000
4th↑Doric605,000,000
5th↓John HollandNFP
6th-Perkins Builders480,000,000
7th↑Sunlong Constructions439,000,000
93 construction companies ranked by total combined value of current WA projects ($)

Employees

10th↑UGL1,200
11th↑RCR Tomlinson1,000
12th↓John HollandNFP
13th↑Lendlease1,000
14th↑NRW Holdings1,000
85 contractors ranked by total staff in WA

Engineers

20th↑Cardno92
21st↑MRX Technologies85
22nd↑John HollandNFP
23rd↑ErtechNFP
24th↑BG&ENFP
142 engineers ranked by number of engineers in WA

Number of Employees

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