JAXON celebrates 60th Birthday.
JAXON Property formed.
JAXON rebrands, complete with logo change.
JAXON demerges from DORIC.
JAXON celebrates 50th birthday.
JAXON acquired by Doric and formed the residential arm of the Doric Group. JAXON focused on the large scale multi-residential market and Doric dealt with the Commercial and Engineering market.
JAXON rebuilt Goldworthy and Shay Gap Mine sites following destruction caused by severe cyclones. In just five week, JAXON was able to successfully get the mines back into operation. JAXON continued to work with BHP to construct and restore housing and commercial buildings at the Newman town site and in Port Hedland.
JAXON delivers one of WA's most iconic projects, The Art Gallery of WA.
WA owned and operated.
British conglomerate bought shares in the company.
JAXON established its office in Port Hedland. This year also saw JAXON involved in construction work for BHP and Goldsworthy Iron, including commercial buildings and infrastructure for the complete town sites of Newman and Port Hedland.
JAXON formed a Joint Venture with Watson Construction and won a contract for a further 84 houses in Exmouth. The 84 houses were completed in a record 24 weeks.
Won RAAF Base tender to build 30 residential properties in Exmouth for staff working on the RAAF base.
Started tendering on commercial work. One of JAXON’s first projects as a commercial tender was for housing and all commercial buildings at BHP’s Koolyanobbing mine site.
This year also saw JAXON strengthen its position in group housing construction, building about 8 to 10 houses on a weekly basis in the metro area.
JAXON Managing Director Tom Matyear appoints new Management Team as JAXON commences tendering on commercial works.
JAXON's founder, Jack Kailis formed JAXON Construction Pty Ltd.