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Clough

First established in 1919 by John Oswald Clough, a quality building company operating throughout Perth. Later in the 1950's entering into civil and heavy engineering contracting and then entering into the oil and gas sector as well.

Today Clough is leading the way in providing engineering, construction and asset support services across Australia and Papua New Guinea.

Projects include Roy Hill, Newmont's Boddington Gold mIne and Iluka Resources' mineral separation plant in Hamilton (The Murray Basin Development)

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58 Mounts Bay RoadPerth WA 6000
Phone: 08 9281 9281 Fax: 08 9281 9943
clough.com.au

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