A new chapter has begun for McMahon Services with new offices established in Karratha, Perth and Whyalla
McMahon Services is continuing to expand, with new offices now established in Karratha, Perth and Whyalla.
Back in April, the Pilbara’s largest scrap metal recycler Metalcom (a joint venture between McMahon Services and Railroad Transport) and a team from McMahon Services made the big move, relocating to a new yard in the Gap Ridge Industrial Estate in Karratha, Western Australia.
With a total of 108 lots across 260 hectares, Gap Ridge is one of Western Australia’s largest regional industrial estates. Metalcom and McMahon Services are the first business’ to move into the area, with the new premises measuring 3.4 hectares in total.
The new $5 million shared office and warehouse is currently under construction and will feature modern facilities, along with a purpose built weigh bridge and maintenance workshop.
McMahon Services has further committed to the West by also opening an office in Perth. This will give us the ability to better service the whole State from Bunbury through to Port Hedland.
Regional Manager, Phil Bubner will act as the driving force in Western Australia, providing a local and centralised management approach.
“These are exciting times, with McMahon Services continuing to grow and the business expanding, and new opportunities on the horizon” said Phil.
“McMahon Services has already undertaken several significant projects in the West and will continue to offer highly specialised services” he said.
McMahon Services track record boasts significant projects such as the removal of 14,000 square metres of asbestos roof and the reinstatement of a new roof on a fertiliser factory in Bunbury; the removal of asbestos from 48 houses to date as part of the Wickham public housing development; and the high risk decommissioning of a lead processing facility in Esperance.
To further support the $2.1 million Whyalla Hospital Redevelopment project and to better service South Australia’s Northern Areas, McMahon Services along with Intract Indigenous Contractors and subsidiary company Ballestrin have joined forces, establishing a local office in Whyalla’s town centre.
“By establishing a new office in Whyalla, McMahon Services, Intract and Ballestrin can better service the Northern Areas and the increasing demands of the industrial and mining industries” said Branch Manager, Jonathon Smyth.
“With all three businesses housed in one office we have the unique advantage of being able to share resources and have specialist services and labour on call when needed” he said.
The new office will also form a link with the McMahon Services Regional Office based in Port Pirie. Manager for Northern Areas Steve Badman welcomes the new addition and the exciting possibilities.
“McMahon Services has been well established in Port Pirie for over 28 years, servicing South Australia’s North” said Steve.
“Now with a presence in Whyalla, the offices will work together to create a network which will improve operational efficiency and increase our ability to better service a broader range of clients, from small works through to large multi-disciplinary projects” he said.