Next is looking forward with excitement to 2018 and the start of a new decade of operations. This year marked the 10-year anniversary of the company, which has seen steady and consistent year on year growth since establishment.
The past ten years has seen the company develop a strong reputation for project delivery and build a substantial portfolio of new construction, refurbishment and fitout projects across all sectors of the industry.
"From the beginning the vision for Next has been to be a well-known and respected building company. While the last 10 years has held challenges, I believe our track record shows we have received the respect and trust of clients for our services," said Chief Executive Officer, Joseph Di Girolamo.
In reflecting on the first decade of Next, Joseph said he had learnt many things along the way including patience as achieving long term goals take time; persistence and the need to stay the course; and passion especially in construction as "it's a tough slog if you don't love it".
"We are privileged to work with our many valued clients turning their plans into reality and I thank them for entrusting us to be part of their journey. I would like to thank our consultants, subcontractor and suppliers for their advice, expertise and partnership in the delivery of these projects," he said.
"I also would like to thank the amazing team at Next, many of who have been with the company from the early stages of the business and who have dug deep every day to deliver outstanding projects. Leading such an amazing group is a real honour."
To mark the 10-year anniversary, Next donated $10,000 to the Property Industry Foundation towards the work the charity undertakes on behalf of the property industry.
Property Industry Foundation Chief Executive Officer, Rosemary Smithson, in thanking Next for its donation and generosity said: "Donations such as this have a positive, life-changing impact and make a tangible difference to the serious persistent problem of youth homelessness."