Village Building Co. Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- Village Building Co.'s estimated annual revenue is currently $36.5M per year.
- Village Building Co.'s estimated revenue per employee is $290,000
- Village Building Co. has 126 Employees.
- Village Building Co. grew their employee count by 6% last year.
- Village Building Co. currently has 1 job openings.
What Is Village Building Co.?
Our National Company, based in Canberra is fully integrated with strong capability across property development, construction and investment, with our own construction business in Canberra. To date, Village Building Co. has developed over 15,300 dwellings and 4,155 homes. We are proud developers of flourishing, sustainable communities for today and for the enjoyment of future generations. We specialise in: * Land; * House and land; * Apartments; and * Mixed use developments. Our urban communities are predominantly within Australia's eastern capital cities and surrounding regional areas. They are situated in sought after suburbs located in close proximity to key public amenities such as schools, transport, employment and services. We have an extensive track record in land development, managing everything from acquisition, financing, planning, engineering, design and the subdivision process, to delivering products that respond to market demand. Our extensive portfolio of house and apartment developments boast excellent quality yet represent value for money right across the market. What's in a name Our name, Village Building Co., reflects our desire to not only develop land and construct housing, but to also create entire communities or villages. It also reflects the understanding that the company's success is reliant on its relationships with its stakeholders in the same way that the success of a community is reliant on the collaboration of its residents. Our stakeholders include our shareholders and other investors, employees, financiers, suppliers, customers, local communities and relevant governments.keywords:N/A