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Premise Merges with Civil & Transport Engineering Firm KCTT in Western Australia

The Premise Board are pleased to announce the merge of Premise and Western Australian Civil & Transport Engineering Company, KCTT.

KCTT entered the market in 2011 as a boutique civil and traffic engineering consultancy.   In the 12 years of operation, they have grown to 20 staff with an office located in Balcatta, Perth.  

“The merge aligns with our strategy of strengthening our core offering and enhancing our geographical footprint” said Chairman Patrick Brady of the merge.

Managing Director Duane Gibson added “The addition of KCTT will bolster the capacity of our team in the Transport sector as well as broadening the skillsets of our staff”.


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