Hot off the press Pindan Outlook Magazine Summer Edition 2017
The Summer Edition of the Pindan Outlook magazine is out now.
There has been a mood of celebration at Pindan this year as we mark our 40th year in business and the milestone has inspired us to make some exciting plans for the future.
We have taken the time to pause and remember the projects, team members, and relationships with clients and industry partners that have helped shape Pindan since 1977 and are humbled by what we have achieved.
While Pindan’s focus on partnerships has enabled us to successfully embrace a wider range of property activities, we also wanted to ensure the growth and diversification of Pindan’s business was recognised in every aspect of our brand.
You can read more
about our new brand direction on page 4 and 5.
After a period of quieter conditions, it is heartening to see confidence returning to Western Australia economy and this edition we feature several new retail and hospitality projects. These include prefabricated modules for Ibis Styles Hotel in East Perth, 147 bathroom pods for Double Tree in Double Tree by Hilton at Perth Waterfront and a $20m contract to modify and extend the Wanneroo Shopping Centre.
Pindan Capital has also purchased the iconic Ocean Village Shopping Centre site in City Beach and plans are underway to transform it into a contemporary mixed-use development including boutique retail and food outlets and residential apartments. All the details are on page 8
In other news, I congratulate everyone involved with the St Thomas More College Student Accommodation project. The $43.7 million project was completed in September 2016 and recently won the Best Multi-Unit Development Over $20m Category at the 2017 Master Builders Bankwest Excellence in Construction Awards.
Finally, I am delighted to announce our latest principal charity partner is Cancer Council WA. As the State’s leading independent, evidence-based cancer organisation, many Western Australian’s are aware of the significant work this organisation does to help to combat cancer. We look forward to working with Cancer Council WA to help support people such as long-serving staff member, Terry Sayers, who discusses his own cancer experience, on page 10
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