Proven Project Management is celebrating five years in business and as we reach this milestone it is good to reflect on how far we have come.

 

5 years ago, we started up with a with a team of 4 project managers and we had one goal – to make a difference and use our wealth of experience and insightful market intelligence to focus on every aspect of our client’s projects.

Today, we have grown to 10 project managers and are managing the biggest construction job in Western Australian outside of the resources sector, amongst others.  We have now established ourselves as one of Perth’s leading project management agencies, offering services across all sectors, from retail and commercial development, to residential and industrial land estates, as well as education and government works.

Karrinyup Shopping Centre Major Expansion / AMP Capital Investors Limited

During the last half a decade Proven has been delivering numerous significant and complex retail projects, including the $800 million redevelopment of Karrinyup Shopping Centre, Vicinity Centres’ Direct Factory Outlet at the Perth Airport and the expansion of the Rockingham Shopping Centre.  We have also managed numerous 7-Eleven Fuel Convenience Stores and three of Fabcot’s shopping centres at Mt Pleasant, Butler and Banksia Grove.

Proven has also been managing numerous residential land subdivision projects often from due diligence to completion, including Atop Beeliar, The Wedge Wellard, Mojo Urban Living in Cockburn Central North, Kenby Heights in Wandi, Hamelin Park in Secret Harbour and Brookton Highway.

Woolworths Mt Pleasant / Fabcot Pty Ltd

Our Client base now includes Superfunds, Universities, Airport Corporations, National Companies and, importantly, a number of WA based development companies and property owners. 

Thank you to everyone who has been part of our success, we truly appreciate your support!

7-Eleven Store Rollout / 7-Eleven Pty Ltd

 

Capital Square / AAIG Corporation

 

Atop Beeliar / M/Group

 

DFO Perth Development / Vicinity Centres