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Perkins Builders

Founded in 1965 Perkins began as a Bunbury-based contractor pursuing a diverse range of commercial, industrial and civil engineering projects throughout the southwest of Western Australia. Perkins has grown into one of the state’s major commercial builders, with offices in Perth and Bunbury, and an annual turnover now over $150m. With a strong management team, Perkins is committed to project delivery, service and integrity. A youth policy of recruiting high quality tradesmen to staff positions along with career progression opportunities means that Perkins now retains over 100 direct employees, supplemented by up to 300 sub-contractors on a project by project basis. This ensures that top quality personnel are always available to manage and deliver client projects, large and small. The key to delivering successful client outcomes is our own integrated Building Management System, which underlies all processes including financial, employee, safety, quality and environmental management.Certified systems include AS/NZS ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management, AS/NZS 4801:2001 Occupational Health and Safety Systems, ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems, and Australian Government Building and Construction OHS Accreditation Scheme. The company is backed by significant financial resources, including a substantial portfolio of commercial and industrial properties. This asset base provides sufficient security to enable Perkins to carry an order book of over $400 million. Perkins has had numerous MBA Excellence in Construction and Building Excellence Awards category winners at State level throughout the years. In 2011 Perkins was awarded the National Excellence in Building and Construction Award for the “National Commercial/Industrial Construction Award - $10 million to $20 million” for the Bunbury Cathedral Precinct. Whilst it is gratifying to receive such recognition from its peers in the industry, Perkins applies the same attitude to client service and attention to detail to every project it undertakes.

  • Builders Reg No: 8393
  • Areas: Perth Metro, South West
  • Contact: Dan Perkins
  • T: 08 9721 7300
  • F: 08 9791 1731
  • 1 Hales Street
    BUNBURY WA 6230

Key Staff

  • Dan Perkins – Managing Director
  • Darryl Lathwell – General Manager
  • Mark Parish – Business Development Manger
  • Greg Rowe – Commercial Manager
  • Paul Taccagni - Commercial Manager

Key Projects

  • West Coast Eagles TAC
  • Qantas T3 Regional Hub
  • Bannister Downs Dairy
  • BP Twin Travel Centres Baldivis
  • Mandurah Aquatic Centre
  • Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre
  • NBN Broadband Satellite Earth Stations
  • Roy Hill Head Office & Remote Operations Centre
  • All Saints Performing Arts Centre
  • Fraser Redevelopment Kings Park
  • Bunbury Cathedral Precinct


MBA National Excellence in Building & Construction Awards
2011 – National Commercial/Industrial Award - Bunbury Cathedral Precinct

MBA Excellence in Construction Awards

2016 - Best Retail Building - BP Baldivis Twin Travel Centres
2014 - Best Aged Care Building - Ellenvale Aged Care
2014 - Best Office Building - Roy Hill Remote Operations Centre & Offices
2013-  Best Education Building - All Saints College Performing Arts Centre
2012 – Best State Government Building - Frasers Redevelopment Kings Park
2011 – Best Historic Restoration/Renovation - Bunbury Cathedral Precinct
2010 – Best State Government Building – WA Basketball Centre
2010 – Best Health/Aged Care Building – Alfred Carson Lodge
2009 – Best State Government Building Regional WA – Manea Senior College
2008 – Best State Government Building Regional WA – South West Health Campus (JV)

MBA Building Excellence Awards

2017 – 2017 Best Commercial Project – DFES Rescue Helicopter Facility
2017 – Commercial Industrial Buildings (over $2m) – DFES Rescue Helicopter Facility
2017 – Multi Residential Developments (over $2m) – Bethanie Espirit
2017 – Commercial Alterations & Additions ($2-6m) – Bunbury Toyota Redevelopment
2017 – Commercial Alterations & Additions (over $6m) – Bunbury Plaza Redevelopment
2016 – Commercial Alterations & Additions (over $6m) – Pinjarra Shopping Centre Stage 2
2016 – Commercial Alterations & Additions ($4-6m) – The Ship Hotel & Dan Murphy’s Busselton
2016 – Commercial Alterations & Additions ($2-4m) – Capel Administration Redevelopment
2016 – Commercial Alterations & Additions (Under $2m) – Collie Valley Child & Parenting Centre
2015 - Best Commercial Project - Perkins Head Office Building
2015 - Commercial Alterations & Additions ($5-10m) - South West Health Campus Sub Acute & Day Therapy
2015 - Commercial Alterations & Additions (over $10m) - Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre
2015 - Commercial Industrial Buildings ($3-4.5m) - Bunbury Senior High School Yr 7
2015 - Commercial Industrial Buildings ($4.5-6m) - Perkins Head Office Building
2014- Best Civil Engineering Works - Bunge Crown B Concrete Civils
2014 - Commercial Alterations & Additions (over $10m) - St John of God Hospital Comprehensive Cancer Centre
2014- Commercial Alterations & Additions ($6-10m) - South West Health Campus Critical Care Stage 2 & 3
2014- Commercial Alterations & Additions ($3.5-4.5m) - Lighthouse Beach Resort
2014- Commercial Alterations & Additions ($2-3m) - Trafalgars Hotel Expansion
2013 - Best Project - WA College of Agriculture Harvey Wokalup Campus
2011 - Best Commercial Project – Bunbury Day Hospital
2010 - Best Commercial Project – Bunbury Retravision
2009 - Best Commercial Project – Manea Senior College

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