NRW CEO Jules Pemberton said the acquisition of Golding was transformational for NRW, which shrank like a lot of its peers post the last resources construction boom.
Pemberton said Golding increased the company's commodity and geographic diversification, expanded its inhouse skilled labour pool, and added a promising "urban" business arm.
"[The acquisition has] doubled the size of our business and brought considerable strategic benefit to the group," he said.
NRW is forecasting 40% growth in revenue in FY19 to $1.1 billion having already secured about $950 million of that work for the period.
Available surplus equipment within the group, and good relationships with plant hirers, should keep capex commitments low in the next 12 months.