Since our inception in 2009, we have applied our diverse range of capabilities in the delivery of projects across Australia. 

Our Timeline

2022

  • Civmec SWC WSP Alliance selected as the preferred proponent for the design and construction of The Causeway Pedestrian and Cyclist Bridge
  • Two Civmec apprentices named 'Apprentice of the Year' (best second year apprentice and best fourth year apprentice)

2021

  • Secured office and workshop at Port Hedland to strengthen maintenance and capital works service offering
  • Awarded significant contracts in maintenance (Alcoa, Glencore and Roy Hill), manufacturing (Jimblebar and Koodaideri projects), construction (Roy Hill, Rio Tinto Mesa A, MRWA's Kids' Bridge and Covalent Lithium) and infrastructure (TfNSW)
  • Commenced works on OPV4, the second of ten offshore patrol vessels to be built at our new assembly hall in Henderson
  • Order book grew to over $1.15 billion

2020

  • Completed our 70-metre high, leading-edge assembly hall in Henderson, and commenced works within the facility on offshore patrol vessel OPV3
  • Awarded significant contracts for Alcoa, Rio Tinto, Roy Hill, Woodside (via EPCM Worley),  on the Iron Bridge Magnetite Project and at Hay Point
  • Commenced construction of new submarine rescue facility in Henderson, to support the Royal Australian Navy's submarine fleet
  • Order book grew to over A$1.1 billion

2019

  • Awarded significant contracts for Albemarle’s Lithium Project, BHP’s South Flank Project and Fortescue’s Eliwana Project
  • Maintenance division successfully delivered the Domgas facility turnaround for Chevron's Gorgon LNG project on Barrow Island
  • Continued construction of our state-of-the-art assembly hall in Henderson, delivering a new world-class resource to the Australian maritime landscape

2018

  • Awarded contract for the Royal Australian Navy’s SEA1180 Offshore Patrol Vessel (OPV) program by Luerssen Australia
  • Partnered with Luerssen to form a new company, Australian Maritime Shipbuilding and Export Group (AMSEG), focused on concept to completion in the shipbuilding sector
  • Achieved dual listing status, with our acceptance to the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) along with our existing status on the Singapore Exchange (SGX)
  • Fabricated and delivered the complex steel for the Matagarup Bridge

 

2017

  • Commenced preparation of site for construction of our 53,000m2 (usable floor area), state-of-the-art assembly hall
  • Launched inaugural Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), developed in partnership with Reconciliation Australia
  • Recognised at the Master Builders Awards as Skill Hire Host Trainer of the Year, for our work with apprentices

2016

  • Acquired Forgacs' 23-hectare riverfront facility in Newcastle, New South Wales
  • Civmec Electrical and Instrumentation Pty Ltd certified as an electrical contractor
  • Commenced first EPC contract – delivering full vertical integration
  • Held ground-breaking ceremony for new assembly hall in Henderson

 

2015

  • Launched Marine & Defence business unit
  • Refractory division established to provide a comprehensive solution to all refractory service requirements
  • Established a facility in Gladstone, Queensland
  • Awarded a major contract on the Perth Stadium Project (now known as Optus Stadium)

2014

  • Premier Colin Barnett officially opened our 6,500m2 head office building
  • Construction completed on 4,800m2 surface treatment facility in Henderson
  • Delivered works on the Elizabeth Quay Project in Perth
  • Received accreditation as a Registered Training Organisation (RTO)

 

2013

  • Established an operational foothold in Darwin through the acquisition of the name and assets of Darwin Offshore Logistics Base (DOLB)
  • Opened second Darwin facility – 35,000m2 precast yard
  • Construction commenced on 4,800m2 surface treatment facility in Henderson, Western Australia

 

2012

  • Civmec Limited listed on the Singapore Exchange (SGX)
  • Construction began on 6,500m2 head office development in Henderson
  • Established mobile precast capability

 

2011

  • New fabrication hall officially opened by Western Australia’s Premier, the Honourable Colin Barnett
  • Awarded major modularisation and fabrication package for BHP Billiton
  • Awarded significant fabrication and modularisation package for KJV

 

2010

  • Construction of 29,300m2 fabrication hall in Henderson
  • Awarded first fabrication package
  • Awarded first insulation contract

 

2009

  • Commenced operations
  • Acquired the rights to strategic waterfront land at the Australian Marine Complex in Henderson, Western Australia
  • Awarded first contracts for the Binningup Desalination Plant in Western Australia

 

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