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John Holland

Dating back to 1949 John Holland has played a major part in the construction of some of Australia's most iconic landmarks, including Parliament House in Canberra and the Sydney Entertainment Centre in the 1970's.

John Holland's largest project was the $2.5 billion East Link joint venture with Thiess in 2004.

Today John Holland is a wholly owned subsidiary of Leighton Holdings and is focused on contracting services to the mining, energy, resources and infrastructure industries. Capabilities include but are not limited to airports, dam construction, rail, roads and bridges, tunneling, water catchment and water management, marine, mine and port infrastructure.

With over 7500 employees and over 100 projects spread over Australia, New Zealand, South East Asia and the Middle East.


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70 Trenerry CresAbbotsford VIC 3067
Phone: 03 9934 5209 Fax: 03 9934 5275
johnholland.com.au

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