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A NSW building company with debts of around $17 million has gone into voluntary administration.
Southern Cross Constructions appointed accounting firm Cor Cordis as administrators on Thursday.
The company has four projects underway, including a Bunnings Warehouse and Woolworths at Balgowlah, in Sydney's north.
While the administrators say most of their projects are near completion, the future of the company's 39 employees remains unclear.
"We have only just been appointed so it's too early to say what the current financial position of the company is," Ozem Kassem from Cor Cordis said in a statement on Friday.
The administrators are set to meet with some of the building company's 600 creditors on November 5.
Based on information provided by and with the permission of the Western Australian Land Information Authority (2013) trading as Landgate.