About Leighton Contractors
From delivering landmark projects to providing specialised services - we are client focused, experienced, highly skilled and dependable.
From delivering and financing a major toll road or operating one of Australia’s largest mines, through to designing a specialist blood plasma facility, creating telecommunications networks or fitting out a new retail centre, the breadth and depth of our expertise is what makes us unique. Irrespective of size or scope - we have the right people, the necessary skills and we always deliver.
We operate across all stages of the project and infrastructure lifecycle providing stand alone or integrated solutions.
Combining local knowledge and national strength our Company is structured to be responsive on the local level while drawing on national strength and support for larger projects. This structure allows us to be flexible in our approach delivering projects on a local or national basis under differing contractual obligations.
We operate on a national basis with offices in New South Wales Victoria Queensland and Western Australia. Our decentralised management structure allows decisions to be made locally by experienced managers. Our Industrial Division allows us to respond to the long term requirements of our clients who are focused on transport infrastructure and telecommunication assets industrial and commercial assets and facilities management. This brings together expertise in operations and maintenance facilities management and real estate strategic planning. Part of a powerful family Leighton Contractors is part of the Leighton Holdings group of companies Australia's largest services contractor and project developer. Leighton Holdings employs 25000 people throughout Australia and Asia. In the financial year to 30 June 2006 the Group reported an 28% increase in operating profit after tax and outside equity interests to over $276 million. Since then the Group's work in hand has increased to over $16 billion with a good spread across all major markets.
Engineers Australia is proud to announce that 2011 is the Year of Humanitarian Engineering