Perth construction boom benefits peripheral businesses

Monday, 29 February, 2016

While the Perth construction boom is slowing slightly, the need for peripheral constructions like retaining walls and outdoor spaces will continue to grow, according to a leading builder of limestone retaining walls. WA Stoneworks is bullish on the soaring Perth construction industry — especially on its ability to drive the growth of businesses related to building and construction.

Rapid urbanisation and migration has fuelled high demand for housing, with 2015 seeing more than 200,000 dwellings up for construction, based on Bureau of Statistics information. Detached homes and apartment complexes will continue to be built across WA, offering companies like WA Stoneworks significant opportunities to tap into new markets.

“We will continue to see demand for new homes thanks to low interest rates, so the construction industry will remain buoyant for the near future. It is evident that construction of dwellings will continue in the immediate period,” said Jules Poczwa, founder of WA Stoneworks.

“With that in mind, the demand for peripheral construction businesses will also continue to soar and we plan to take advantage of this opportunity to reach out to more homes that will benefit from our limestone retaining walls building service.”

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