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

Our Timeline


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


  • 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


  • 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


  • 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



  • 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


  • 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



  • 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)


  • 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)



  • 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



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



  • 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



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



  • 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