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The Autumn edition of the Pindan Outlook magazine is out now.

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Our capacity and capability to FUND, BUILD AND MANAGE property is stronger than ever.
 
With our property funds management business Pindan Capital firmly entrenched in Sydney, three projects under our belt in New South Wales and a further two about to commence in Queensland, our national growth strategy is hitting its stride. 2019 sees our operations comfortably expand in New South Wales thanks to the transfer of skills honed over 40 years’ experience, the appointment of a highly connected Business Development Manager and a mobilised construction team familiar with local sub-contractors and suppliers. Our Queensland construction operations will follow in quick succession.
 
Closer to home base, we are entering an equally exciting time in the Western Australian market, with recent multibillion dollar investments in the mining and resource industry having a flow on effect into construction. Pindan has an excellent history in meeting the needs of these industry giants in the form of accommodation and non-process infrastructure to support their operations. You can read all about our latest A$45 million local procurement arrangement with Rio Tinto on their new A$3.5 billion Koodaideri iron ore mine site on page 8.
 
Another strong upward trend that shows no sign of abating is the provision of quality age-appropriate housing solutions for seniors. From state-of-the-art aged care facilities with specialist care units to independent living and affordable housing options, we are industry-renowned for our expertise in these highly specialised builds. Check out our current projects on page 12.
 
On page 20 we reflect on a successful 2018 and in particular the recognition we have had amongst our various businesses and teams for a range of projects. With so many awards, there has certainly been a lot to to be proud of. Indigenous engagement and investing in our young people is something close to our heart. When the two collide, the success stories of some of our youngest indigenous trainees are inspiring. Watch Michael explain what it means to him on page 8 and read more about Tristan and Juanita on page 22.
 
The importance of our charity work for Cancer Council WA is heightened whenever one of our own is affected. Since Natasha has courageously shared her diagnosis and recovery with us, our staff fundraising has taken on new meaning. We were humbled to present this wonderful organisation with the proceeds of our latest efforts. Natasha’s vital message is on page 24.
 
And finally, I had great pleasure in catching up with one of our longest serving sub-contractors as he visited our Head Office on his retirement. Albert is a testament to our company mission of ‘building on partnerships’ and his loyalty and dedication are highly valued in our organisation. You can read more about him on page 25.
 
Our 2019 is looking bright indeed, we wish you the same success.
GEORGE ALLINGAME, Managing Director
 

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