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Next ranked 27th in the BRW Fast 100 list for 2016

Next has been ranked 27th in the 2016 BRW Fast 100 list of companies compiled by The Australian Financial Review. This is a rise of 50 places from the 2015 BRW Fast 100 list.

The BRW Fast 100 companies are ranked by average revenue growth over the past four years. Next’s growth for the period was calculated at 79%.

Joseph Di Girolamo, Founder & CEO said: “Achieving this ranking is a reflection of our strong book of work and client confidence in our capability to provide project certainty and sound commercial outcomes.”

“I also must thank our outstanding team at Next for this achievement. Their dedication to operational excellence is a major factor in the strong and sustained growth of our company.”

Next was established in 2007 and has successfully delivered projects for major corporate, institutional, private and public sector clients.

Clients benefit from Next’s substantial technical expertise and delivery capability gained from completing a diverse range of high quality projects in construction, refurbishment and fitout services across a wide range of industry sectors.”

Next expertise covers all facets of the construction delivery cycle from cost planning, estimating, project planning, construction delivery to commissioning and handover.

Next was also recognised in the BRW Fast Starters lists of 2011 and 2012.

AFR Fast 100 2016

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