|Industry||Construction, Engineering and Infrastructure|
|Founded||John Roberts in 1962|
|Ross McDiven, Chairman|
Number of employees
|Parent||Brookfield Asset Management|
|Slogan||Built to Outperform|
Brookfield Multiplex is a global contracting and development company that designs, builds and maintains property and infrastructure assets.
Multiplex announced in late November 2006 that it planned to create a European real-estate fund to increase profits. Multiplex posted a preliminary financial report on 22 February 2007 which announced the group's net profit of A$295.6 million.
In January 2007 Multiplex faced a takeover bid which caused its share price to jump 17%. The A$4.03 billion proposal was never formally made and the potential bidder remained anonymous.
On 11 June 2007, Brookfield Asset Management proposed an acquisition of Multiplex which valued the company at approximately A$7.3 billion. The offer to shareholders of $5.05 per security was supported by the Multiplex board of directors, including the Roberts family, who sold their 26% ownership of Multiplex to Brookfield. The offer also proved popular with investors, with Brookfield rapidly acquiring 90% ownership of the company by 31 October 2007.
Brookfield acquired the remaining 10% of Multiplex securities and delisted the company from the ASX in November 2007. Brookfield published a statement to the ASX outlining its intentions following the acquisition of Multiplex.
Multiplex's first project was the laying of a pipeline across the Mandurah estuary. Other construction projects include:
- BankWest Tower, Perth completed in 1988
- Central Park, Perth completed in 1992
- Citigroup Centre, Sydney, completed in 2000 
- Old Swan Brewery, Perth completed in 2001 
- Federation Square, Melbourne completed in 2002
- Stadium Australia Reconfiguration, Sydney completed in 2003
- Flinders Wharf, Melbourne completed in 2003
- Perth Convention Exhibition Centre, Perth completed in 2004
- Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre, Gold Coast, completed in 2004 
- Latitude, Sydney completed in 2005
- Melbourne Convention Centre, Melbourne completed in 2009
- Brookfield Place, Perth, completed in 2012
- Swanston Academic Building, Melbourne, completed in 2012 
- Fiona Stanley Hospital, Perth completed in 2013
- Emirates Towers, Dubai completed in 2000
- Wembley Stadium, London completed in 2007
- Sentinel, North Shore City, New Zealand completed in 2008
- Deloitte Centre, Auckland completed in 2009
- Strata SE1, London completed in 2010
- The Index, Dubai completed in 2011
- JW Marriott Marquis, Dubai completed in 2013
- The Tower, London completed in 2014
- Indooroopilly Shopping Centre, Brisbane
- Perth Stadium, Perth
- 1 William St, Brisbane
- Prima Pearl, Melbourne
- Crown Towers, Perth
In 2013, Brookfield Multiplex became a founding partner of the Literacy for Life Foundation with National Health Research Institute - The Lowitja Institute and indigenous campaigner Professor Jack Beetson. The Literacy for Life Foundation was launched to improve literacy in Aboriginal adults.
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