There are over 70,000 building and construction companies listed in Australia. Of these, Resolute Equipment bring you the top 10 construction companies in Australia according to their size.
10. Hansen Yuncken Pty Ltd
$912 million worth of contracts in the 2013/14 financial year. $521 million was in community contracts.
9. Parkview Group (Australia) Pty Ltd
$980 million worth of contracts in the 2013/14 financial year. $558 million was won in flats and units.
8. Downer EDI Works Pty Ltd
$1,115 million worth of contracts in the 2013/14 financial yaer. $891 million was won in civil contracts, but Downer EDI Works also made $255 million in mining contracts.
7. John Holland Pty Ltd
John Holland is broadly spread in their specialties. They made a total of $1,382 million in awarded contracts for the 2013/14 financial year, with $741 million in civil projects, $369 million in community projects and $145 in commercial projects, among others.
6. Watpac Australia Pty Ltd
Watpac is also fairly broad in their contracts. They were awarded $1,440 million in contracts and $777 million in community projects. They also completed $330 million in industrial projects and $127 million in industrial projects.
5. Leighton Contractors Pty Ltd
With a massive $1,552 million total in contracts won, Leighton Contractors are the third biggest company in mining, after CBI (which ranks at 12 on the list and doesn’t make the top ten as a mining only company). Leighton do a little bit of everything from all the categories of projects: civil, commercial, community, flats and units, industrial and mining.
4. BGC Group (Australia) Pty Ltd
BGC had over $1,608 million worth of awarded contracts for the period over 2013/14 financial year. They didn’t have all their eggs in one basket though, and much like Leighton Contractors, were well spread over the different project categories, with the most awarded in commercial ($632 million) and the least in industrial ($77 million). They also won a lot ($491 million) of civil contracts.