Our Story

Pacific Industrial Company is a wonderful Western Australian success story of vision, hard work and courage.

Founded in 1969 by Erasmo Mosole and his partners, much of the company’s growth over fifty years has been in direct response to developments in the overall domestic state economy. From early days as a partner of those servicing the Wheatbelt’s primary producers, through the heady years of rapid expansion in the resources and energy sectors to the large scale commercial construction projects of current times, PIC has positioned itself as a trusted supplier of fabricated steel products to industry.


  • Erasmo Mosole and Sante Zandona establish PIC business at Frederic Street

    At the time, small beginnings for what was to grow into one of the state’s leading steel fabrication, construction and modularisation companies. The ethos of the business, then and now, was to work harder and to work smarter to be able to offer a value for money solution.

  • Fabrication and steelworks for Cockburn Cement

    A project which represented a major leap for the company, leading to extensive repeat business opportunities and an impetus to begin a structured expansion programme.

  • Major infrastructure steelwork supply for Royal Perth and King Edward Hospitals, SGIO Atrium

    Early forays into commercial construction activities within the CBD, a foretaste of things to come.

  • Purchase of 12 acre site at 42 Hope Valley Road

    The move into premises permitting the establishment of modern well-equipped workshop spaces, which dramatically improved efficiency leading to further expansion.

  • Construction of Bay 3

    Further expansion in response to multiple contracts secured with resource partners, enabling the company to further improve capabilities for fabrication and construction activities.

  • Brookfield Place Tower 2

    Completed in 2014, Tower 2 is the second commercial tower at the precinct linked with the Perth Busport and the Esplanade Train Station by a pedestrian bridge. PIC’s contract included shop detailing, fabrication, delivery and installation of steel tube internally reinforced columns, the steel framed structure and floor steel framing.

  • PIC celebrates fifty years of service to industry

    An anniversary is a time to look back, also a time to look forward. PIC is committed to becoming ever more agile, efficient and competitive – an early adopter that continues to stay one step ahead, anticipating and leveraging on changes in both technology and the economic environment.