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Our
Journey

  • Commenced operations
  • Acquired rights to waterfront land at the Australian Marine Complex in Henderson, Western Australia
  • Awarded first major contract for the Binningup Desalination Plant, Western Australia
  • Construction began on 29,300m2 fabrication hall in Henderson
  • Awarded first insulation contract
  • Awarded first fabrication package
  • New fabrication hall officially opened by Western Australia’s Premier, the Honourable Colin Barnett
  • Civmec Limited listed on the Singapore Exchange (SGX)
  • Construction began on 6,500m2 head office building in Henderson
  • Established mobile precast capability
  • Completed supply, fabrication and assembly of the largest iron ore car dumper ever built in Australia at the time
  • Commenced construction on 4,800m2 Henderson surface treatment facility
  • Construction completed on new surface treatment facility
  • Premier Colin Barnett officially opened head office building
  • Received accreditation as a Registered Training Organisation (RTO)
  • Established facility in Gladstone, Queensland
  • Launched Marine & Defence division
  • Acquired Forgacs' 23ha 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 inaugural Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), developed in partnership with Reconciliation Australia
  • Commenced preparation of site for construction of assembly hall
  • Recognised at the Master Builders Awards as 'Skill Hire Host Trainer of the Year' for our work with apprentices
  • Achieved dual listing status with acceptance onto the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), along with existing status on the Singapore Exchange (SGX)
  • Awarded contract for the Royal Australian Navy’s SEA1180 Offshore Patrol Vessel (OPV) program by Luerssen Australia
  • Completed new concrete facility and expanded heavy engineering facility in Newcastle
  • Continued construction of our state-of-the-art assembly hall in Henderson
  • Celebrated Civmec’s ten year anniversary
  • Completed construction on 70m-high assembly hall in Henderson
  • Commenced works on Offshore Patrol Vessel 3 (OPV3)
  • Order book grew to over A$1.1 billion
  • Commenced works on OPV4, the second of ten offshore patrol vessels to be built at Henderson
  • Formed Capital Works division to complement Maintenance division
  • Implemented formalised Mental Health Strategy and partnered with Mates in Construction W.A. to support mental health in the workplace
  • Civmec SWC WSP Alliance formally awarded the design and construction of the Causeway Pedestrian and Cyclist Bridge contract
  • Two Civmec apprentices named 'Apprentice of the Year' (best second year apprentice and best fourth year apprentice)
2009
Our Approach

Grow sustainably, delivering safe outcomes

We empower every person in the company to ensure their work practices are focused on achieving zero harm.

How We Work
Our multi-disciplinary capabilities enable us to provide tailored solutions for upstream and downstream Energy projects in remote, highly challenging environments.
We offer a full turnkey service to the Resources sector, leveraging our integrated capabilities to provide clients with cost and schedule efficiencies.
Our expertise and diverse range of capabilities have been instrumental in the successful delivery of several major Australian Infrastructure projects.
With specialised waterfront facilities and a diverse capability range, we provide the sector with a fully integrated service offering in repair, maintenance and construction.