A statement of further confidence in the Territory economy and its resources and infrastructure sector with Jaytex Construction awarded the tender to commence construction on the new custom design APA office at their chosen property site of Winnellie.
APA is a leading Australian energy infrastructure business. APA delivers approximately half of the nation’s gas usage and they are also one of the largest owners and operators of renewable power generation assets in Australia, with wind and solar projects across the country. APA employs over 30 people in the Northern Territory with a larger number engaged through local subcontractors. The new state of the art, modern office and warehouse will be approximately 1500m2 and will serve to house APA’s operations in Darwin.
Jaytex Construction is a leading Territory business and local employer. Jaytex has built key multimillion dollar infrastructure and specialise in medium to large scale commercial construction projects with over 20 years’ experience in the industry. Jaytex employs over 40 Territorians with offices in Darwin, Katherine, and Alice Springs. Ongoing opportunities created by the Northern Territory Government in the resources sector can only mean good news for the Territory, driving regional investment as well as serving a reflection of market confidence for now and into the future.
Jaytex Construction’s Managing Director, Matthew Moss says “Jaytex is delighted to be awarded this significant commercial construction project, because of what it strongly says about the economic recovery of the Territory and what it directly means for local jobs and Territory Families. Jaytex is thrilled to be working with an organisation like APA, which are professionals and leaders in their field. Jaytex always strives for excellence, particularly around its core values of health and safety, sustainability, and the environment, increasing Indigenous employee engagement and building long-term community relationships.”