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DCWC Opens Newcastle Office in Support of Continued National Growth

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Managing Director, Infrastructure

DCWC is thrilled announce the opening of our Newcastle office.

This exciting National expansion will increase our network of offices across Australia to nine and will assist further growth of our portfolio of clients and projects in the Newcastle and Hunter regions.

Newcastle presents significant opportunities for DCWC, who has already assisted in the delivery of a number of major projects in the area. Most notably, we have provided Quantity Surveying services on NSW Health Infrastructure’s John Hunter NICU and Muswellbrook Hospital Redevelopment, as well as Schools Infrastructure NSW’s Newcastle East Public School, Belmont High School and Bolwarra Public School. Additionally, we have provided services to private sector clients on the Regis Aged Care Elermore Vale and Club Maitland City.

Associate Director, Christopher Long has been instrumental in the delivery of these projects and will lead the Newcastle office.

“We have been delivering projects in the Newcastle and Hunter region since 2015 and feel that having a permanent physical presence in the area will strengthen our capability and service offering,” he said.

“With feet on the ground, we will be able to grow the business and deliver more comprehensive services to our local clients.”

Chief Executive Officer, Jonathan Caughey in full support of the company’s expansion in the region. 

“I am thrilled that DCWC now has a permanent presence in Newcastle to support our clients, projects and be a part of growth in the region more generally.  I know the proud Novocastrians at DCWC as well as those who are relocating to Newcastle are excited to now work, live and play in one of Australia’s fastest growing cities” he said.

Newcastle-for-webPictured: DCWC's Newcastle Office, located at Studio 20 , 559 Hunter Street, Newcastle West


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