Pro9 Global founder Daniel Jukic has received a 40under40 award for his achievements in developing precision building systems for better living.
Mr Jukic has engineered a suite of modular building systems that reduce the time and cost of construction, without compromising quality.
“I’d like to extend my gratitude to WA Business News for this award. It is truly an honour to be recognised alongside such an esteemed group of entrepreneurs,” said Mr Jukic.
At just 23 years old Mr Jukic created a specialist mining and construction company that serviced clients including mining giants BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto.
A decade later, Mr Jukic sold his company MIE Enterprises to global engineering firm FLSmidth for $63.7 million.
Mr Jukic has already secured a $20 million pilot project for Pro9 Global’s insulated façade in Europe, and has successfully completed an $8 million capital raise to build a manufacturing plant in Australia.