In 2011, after having worked in Kalgoorlie together over 15 years ago, Directors Mike Beutel and Tim Matthew created ACorp Construction. With a vision to provide comprehensive building solutions for clients who were after more than just building work. They sought to provide purposeful input to projects based on years of experience, which results in the most cost effective solution for their clients.
In 2012 as a two man team based in their office premises in Joondalup, they soon added the full administration and onsite roles. Having strong family links and history in the Goldfields they also ventured into a shared office arrangement within Westralia Homes Office Complex in Kalgoorlie-Boulder making room for the growth that would occur in the years to come.
During the period 2013-2015 ACorp completed a number of significant projects across a range of industries including the Mandurah Retirement Village Dementia Wing, the Municipal Shire offices in Boddington Shire, and various Department of Finance School Projects.
2016 saw us complete the Jindowie “Think” Childcare Centre, the Quairading Shire Community Pool Rebuild, and the Southern Cross Caravan Park Facility Upgrade. These projects spanned a wide range of industries and regions.
From the latter part of 2016 ACorp’s project lists expanded and became heavily focussed on the Goldfields. ACorp undertook and successfully completed the Lord Forrest Pool Historical Restoration, the Goldfields Rehabilitation Services Headquarters and the Kalgoorlie Police Station Fwd Works. This steady flow of projects enabled ACorp to add local based Site Supervision to ensure our level of service remained extremely high.
2017 also saw ACorp appoint a resident fulltime Goldfields Manager, coinciding with the successful award of the SES Goldfields Facility project, the continuing Goldfields Rehabilitation Phase 2 Building works and building the Boulder Laundry Services new premises in Burt St. Boulder
Our Goldfields activities and expansion have not negatively impacted our ability to service other metro or remote communities, as such can be demonstrated by the completion of the Kondinin “Yeerakine Lodge” Health Facility extensions.