Gamuda Australia

Gamuda Australia

Gamuda Australia was established as part of the Group’s strategy to expand and diversify its construction business in the region.

Australia is a key market for Gamuda and is now considered the company’s second base in the region. Trading under Gamuda Australia, the business is fully backed by Gamuda Berhad.

The local offering focuses on infrastructure design, construction, operation and maintenance, with offices in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.

Gamuda’s global track record in delivering major transport infrastructure projects makes the business well placed to bid for the current pipeline of public works, funded by the Australian Government’s AUD100 billion Infrastructure Investment Programme.

The Gamuda Australia team has grown significantly since arriving in March 2019, with local hires complementing the skills and experience of the Malaysian team members, many who attended university and/or have a family based in Australia.

A key part of Gamuda’s strategy in Australia is to engage and partner with local and international businesses to deliver infrastructure projects. Gamuda has already been shortlisted to tender for two major projects, partnering with BMD Constructions for M6 Stage 1 and Laing O’Rourke for Sydney Metro West Stage 1, both located in New South Wales.

Hiring locally and partnering with local companies that understand local conditions will be critical to Gamuda’s success in this market and is the model the business has used successfully in other markets.

Long term, Gamuda’s vision is to become a leader in the Australia infrastructure and construction sector by offering innovative, breakthrough and dependable solutions for large-scale public infrastructure projects and private investment opportunities.

The local business will work in partnership with the Australian community, sharing knowledge, generating local employment and creating opportunities for education and training. This includes plans to establish a Tunnel Training Academy in New South Wales – like the successful academy already operating in Malaysia.

Previously, the Group has successfully ventured into real estate in the Australian market. Gamuda Land, established in Australia in 2015, developed 661 Chapel St - a 30-storey residential tower overlooking the Yarra River in Melbourne, Victoria.

Gamuda Australia was established as part of the Group’s strategy to expand and diversify its construction business in the region.

Australia is a key market for Gamuda and is now considered the company’s second base in the region. Trading under Gamuda Australia, the business is fully backed by Gamuda Berhad.

The local offering focuses on infrastructure design, construction, operation and maintenance, with offices in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.

Gamuda’s global track record in delivering major transport infrastructure projects makes the business well placed to bid for the current pipeline of public works, funded by the Australian Government’s AUD100 billion Infrastructure Investment Programme.

The Gamuda Australia team has grown significantly since arriving in March 2019, with local hires complementing the skills and experience of the Malaysian team members, many who attended university and/or have a family based in Australia.

A key part of Gamuda’s strategy in Australia is to engage and partner with local and international businesses to deliver infrastructure projects. Gamuda has already been shortlisted to tender for two major projects, partnering with BMD Constructions for M6 Stage 1 and Laing O’Rourke for Sydney Metro West Stage 1, both located in New South Wales.

Hiring locally and partnering with local companies that understand local conditions will be critical to Gamuda’s success in this market and is the model the business has used successfully in other markets.

Long term, Gamuda’s vision is to become a leader in the Australia infrastructure and construction sector by offering innovative, breakthrough and dependable solutions for large-scale public infrastructure projects and private investment opportunities.

The local business will work in partnership with the Australian community, sharing knowledge, generating local employment and creating opportunities for education and training. This includes plans to establish a Tunnel Training Academy in New South Wales – like the successful academy already operating in Malaysia.

Previously, the Group has successfully ventured into real estate in the Australian market. Gamuda Land, established in Australia in 2015, developed 661 Chapel St - a 30-storey residential tower overlooking the Yarra River in Melbourne, Victoria.

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