Our Story

We’ve come a long way and grown to become a fully integrated, Australia wide construction and property group.

With over 40 years of success under our belt and clients who choose to partner with us again and again, we epitomise dependability.

Since 1977, starting out as a West Australian building company with less than 50 team members and turnover of A$3 million, Pindan has grown to become a leading Australian construction and property group employing more than 320 staff across WA, NSW and QLD.

Find out more about our journey of success below.

1977

FOUNDED IN PERTH WESTERN AUSTRALIA

The construction arm of the Armstrong Jones Property Group is badged Pindan by retired director George Allilngame

1977

A CARAVAN SERVES AS PINDAN'S FIRST SITE SHED

1979

DIRECTOR DAVID PRINGLE JOINS COMPANY

1979

Terry Sayers, aka Big T, begins his 37 year tenure until his retirement in 2016.

1981

GEORGE & DAVID ARRANGE MANAGEMENT BUYOUT

Turns over A$3M

1989

MOVES TO NEW PREMISES

14 Resolution Drive in Belmont is the new address

1988

ESTABLISHES PINDAN DEVELOPMENTS

2000

STAFF NUMBERS GROW TO 66

2004

STAFF NUMBERS GROW TO 122

Moves to new premises at 154 Abernethy Road in Belmont

2006

ESTABLISHES PINDAN CONTRACTING

Harnesses the mining and resources boom in Western Australia

2007

WINS AUSTRALIAN APARTMENT PROJECT OF THE YEAR

Cygne Crawley Edge in Crawley WA is the worthy winner

2008

DONATES A $150,000 TO PEEL HEALTH CAMPUS

The sale of a charity home at Mariners Cove in Mandurah raises much needed funds

2008

Master Builders Association elects George Allingame

George holds the position of president for 3 years

2009

ESTABLISHES PINDAN HOMES

Pindan’s residential home building arm specialises in custom builds, luxury two storey and narrow lot designs

2010

WINS CONTRACT TO BUILD AND REFURBISH A$110M OF PUBLIC HOUSING

Indigenous communities in remote Western Australia are the recipients

2011

COMPLETES NEW & REFURBISHED SCHOOLS

A$90M government stimulus package benefits schools across metro, remote & regional WA

2011

DONATES A$198,500 TO ASSOCIATION FOR THE BLIND

Funds raised through sale of charity home at Waters Edge in Viveash. Staff also fundraise to sponsor training of guide dog Shadow

2013

DONATES A$208,000 TO CYSTIC FIBROSIS WA

Sale of charity home at Q Central in Queens Park and staff fundraising contribute to grand total

2013

STAFF NUMBERS GROW TO 317

Head office moves to current premises at 191 Great Eastern Highway in Belmont

2013

WINS BEST APARTMENT COMPLEX OF THE YEAR IN AUSTRALIA

The Leighton Apartments in North Fremantle WA wows judges at national awards

2014

STAFF HIGHLY SATISFIED & HIGHLY ENGAGED

Staff report 88% high satisfaction levels and 79% high engagement levels in independent market research

2014

ESTABLISHES PINDAN ASSET MANAGEMENT

Facilities management and maintenance company rounds out Pindan service offering

2014

WINS $100M+ 5 YEAR HOUSING AUTHORITY CONTRACT

Maintains portfolio of 6,000 homes across remote and regional regions of Western Australia

2014

WINS POSITION ON NPARIH PANEL

Builds and refurbishes further indigenous public housing over the next four years in remote areas

2015

WINS BEST HISTORIC RENOVATION IN AUSTRALIA

Refurbishment of the fire-stricken Claremont Council Chambers in WA impresses

2015

PINDAN HOMES WINS A$45M HOUSING AUTHORITY CONTRACT

Pindan’s residential building arm builds 250+ homes across the Perth metropolitan area

2015

OPENS SEVEN BRANCHES IN REMOTE WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Employs local labour to provide maintenance of public housing

2015

PINDAN CAPITAL WINS BEST MEDIUM DENSITY

The North One Mixed Use development in Subiaco WA takes out top honours

2015

TURNOVER EXCEEDS A$500M

2016

DONATES A$288,500 TO PARKERVILLE CHILDREN AND YOUTH CARE

Sale of charity home at Rivers Edge in Guildford and staff fundraising contribute to record breaking donation

2016

FORMS PARTNERSHIP WITH INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPER OXLEY HOLDINGS LTD

Restructure enables delivery of future national growth

2016

RANKS AS BEST IN HOUSING INDUSTRY AUSTRALIA REPORTS

Ranks as the largest multi-unit builder and semi-detached builder in Western Australia & in the top 5 nationally

2016

STAFF NUMBERS GROW TO 400+

2016

35 STAFF SAVE 513 LIVES

Red Cross’ corporate program, Red25 facilitates 171 blood donations

2017

CELEBRATES 40 YEARS ‘BUILDING ON PARTNERSHIPS’

2017

ANNOUNCES CANCER COUNCIL WA AS NEW FOCUS CHARITY

2018

FIRST NSW PROJECT COMPLETED AT EAST LANE

36 boutique, luxury apartments plus 3 commercial units

2018

NSW CAPABILITY DEMONSTRATED AT TURRAMURRA

Graceview apartments: 42 residential apartments

2018

REGIONAL WORK BOOSTED WITH KOODAIDERI APPOINTMENT

$74M Village Enabling Works

2019

ANOTHER COLLABORATION WITH ROSEWOOD CARE GROUP

$53M 152-bed Aged Care Facility in West Perth

2019

WINNING STREAK FOR IMOC

Dual wins for the $40M Integrated Marine Operations Centre (IMOC) Control Tower at the Master Builders Association Kimberley-Pilbara Building Excellence Awards: Winner of Best Regional Project, and Winner of Best Office Building $20-$50M

2019

$103M KOODAIDERI VILLAGE STAGE 2 CEMENTS RELATIONSHIP

Village Accommodation Camp: A total of 940 new rooms

2019

Unique Honours for $40M Hedland Control Tower

The Australian Institute of Building (AIB) Award is the only one of its kind, recognising professional excellence of individuals, focusing on how a project was built rather than what was built.  WA Winner – AIB Professional Excellence in Building, and National Winner – AIB Professional Excellence in Building.

2019

AT THE CENTRE OF FREMANTLE’S REVITALISATION

$45M Kings Square Civic Building & Library, designed by local Architect Kerry Hill Architects

2020

DUAL WINS FOR WARREN HEALTH

Warren Health Service wins two awards at the South-West Master Builders Association WA-Bankwest Building Excellence Awards: Winner of Best Regional Project, and Winner of Best Health Care Building $20-$50M

2020

BUILDING EXCELLENCE IN REGIONAL WA

Carnarvon Community College wins the award for Best Education Building $10-$20M at the Mid-West Master Builders Association WA-Bankwest Building Excellence Awards. Cape Naturaliste College wins the award for Best Education Building $20-$50M at the South-West Master Builders Association WA-Bankwest Building Excellence Awards.

2020

MYVISTA – A NEW ERA IN AGED CARE

MYVISTA Mirrabooka – a $60M integrated aged care & retirement facility in an established local community. 112 bed residential care, 45 independent living units & 850sqm of commercial tenancies over 7 storeys

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