Founded in 1989, Accenture has grown to be a world leader in management consulting and technology services.
The NBN Co is an initiative founded in 2009 to design, operate and build the National Broadband Network. As a wholly owned Commonwealth company, it is represented by Shareholder Ministers; the Minister for Communications and the Minister of Finance.
Kane Constructions is a privately held construction company founded in Melbourne in 1973.
Samsung C&T was founded in 1938, and in 1975 was selected as Korea’s leader in overseas sales operations as a general trading company. In 1995, after uniting with Samsung Construction, the company split into two groups: Trading and Investment, and Engineering and Construction.
ExxonMobil have been in operations for over 110 years. During this time they have grown to become one of the largest oil and gas producers in Australia.
Titan Cranes is a privately owned Australian construction company founded in 2001 with a combined 50 years of industry experience.
Waratah Coal is an exploration and coal mine development company which focuses on the exploration and development of coal projects within the regional coal basins of Queensland, New South Wales and the Northern Territory. Owned by subsidiary, Mineralogy Pty Ltd, Waratah Coal was founded in 2005 and is based in Brisbane.
BHP Billiton was founded through a merger between BHP and Billiton in 2001, but the company’s operations can be traced back to the launch of Billiton in 1851. The company has since grown to become a worldwide leader in the resources industry.
From 1997 to 1999 a series of mergers between Bligh Voller Architects, Lawrence Nield and Partners Australia, Grose Bradley and Pels Innes Nielson, and Kosloff BVN formed Bligh Voller Nield, which was renamed as BVN Architecture in 2009. Then, in 2012, BVN Architecture merged with Brian Donovan and Timothy Hill’s Donovan Hill to establish BVN Donovan Hill.
A rich and eventful past precedes the merger that produced ConocoPhillips in 2002, with the oldest ancestor company, Continental Oil and Transport Co., being formed on Nov 25, 1875; this would developed over time to become Conoco. The second parent company was established in 1917, Phillips Petroleum Company, by Frank and L.E. Phillips, brothers who set up shop in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.