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Utility companies form JV

Western Australia-based Cape and Victoria-based Dunstans Construction Group have formed a joint venture (JV) to expand client services.

The two companies will continue to operate as separate entities, although they will work together to share expertise and equipment while pursuing and delivering larger projects across Australia.

Cape’s expertise includes civil construction, mining services and the installation and maintenance of underground utilities while Dunstans operates in the transportation, infrastructure, resources and energy sectors.

Cape CEO Peter Rowles said both companies will pursue opportunities collectively and individually while harnessing the operational expertise residing in each organisation.

“Clients will benefit from the operational and cost synergies that will be achieved through an integrated national leadership team and sharing of best practice, systems and innovation,” Mr Rowles said.

“When you consider the number of large and small contracts successfully delivered by Cape and Dunstans, it is an imposing project resume.”

Dunstans Owner Murray Dunstan said the company is excited to join forces with Cape after years of collaborating and competing for the same types of projects.

“We are ready to service the growing resources, utilities and energy markets with state-of-the-art equipment and a very experienced team,” Mr Dunstan said.

For more information visit the Cape website.

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