Pindan Expands NSW Constructions Operations
Pindan continues its national growth strategy into NSW with the appointment of Allyson Small as Business Development Manager in their Sydney based team.
Allyson comes to the new role with over 25 years in the construction industry with a diverse skill base in both architecture and project management.
Pindan’s Managing Director, George Allingame, said Allyson’s appointment was timely with the construction of the $21 million Graceview
luxury apartments in Turramurra on track for completion in April 2019. This follows the successful delivery of the $15 million East Lane
mixed use construction on Pacific Highway in North Sydney and the development management of a 146-lot subdivision in Berry.
“Allyson is a respected member of the property industry and joins our well-entrenched and highly capable construction team in Sydney,” he said.
Pindan has been operating in Western Australia for over 40 years and opened their Sydney based office in 2015, followed by Brisbane in 2016. With over $800 million of construction work-on-hand and an annual turnover of over $500 million, Pindan’s national expansion strategy is to diversify and assertively grow the Eastern seaboard markets.
Allyson said the Sydney team was pursuing more construction work for Pindan in the health, aged care, education, commercial and residential sectors, given Pindan’s vast experience in these sectors is particularly strong.
“Pindan’s current contracted works are evenly split between government and the private sector of which 19% are health and aged care and 25% are residential, apartments and mixed use.
Allyson added that Pindan’s ‘building on partnerships’ mantra has also evolved in establishing strong local sub-contractor and supplier relationships in New South Wales.
“This is a crucial element in delivering projects on time, and within budget,” she said.
Inset: Allyson Small, Business Development Manager (NSW)
Main Picture: Graceview Apartments, Turramurra - Artist's Impression
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