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CEO Sleepout

Civmec CEO Pat Tallon, along with colleagues Kristelle Conti and Daniel Kennedy, recently took part in the Vinnies CEO Sleepout 2022, setting an ambitious target to beat last year’s amount (almost $60,000) and raise $100,000 for the St. Vincent de Paul Society. Thanks to the generous support of so many during our fundraising campaign, we were delighted to exceed this target, raising more than $109,000 in total. This made us the top fundraising team in Western Australia and the fifth top fundraising team in the country. All money raised goes to Vinnies so they can help to break the cycle of poverty and homelessness in our community. Thank you to everyone who supported this amazing cause this year!

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Indigenous Partnerships

Civmec is proud to work in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) businesses in our community, including the East West Pilbara Group Pty Ltd (EWPG) and EWP Yalagan Pty Ltd (EWP Yalagan). “We wholly endorse your organisation as one that ‘walks the walk’ when it comes to Indigenous engagement. This type of support not only helps our organisation prosper but creates benefits to our Indigenous employees, their families and wider communities.” – Nathan Martin, Director EWP Yalagan.

Clean Up Australia Day

Every year, Civmec gets behind Clean Up Australia for their annual ‘Step Up to Clean Up’ business clean up event. It’s a day where we can work together as a team and make a difference to our local environment. This March, our team of volunteers donned their gloves, doing a great job of cleaning up around our Henderson site and surrounding roadways.

R U OK? Day

Recognising the importance of our people’s mental health and wellbeing, Civmec supports R U OK? Day every year. The day is a national day of action where Australians are reminded to ask each other, “Are you OK?”. By encouraging our employees to reach out and check in on one another, we hope to drive continued discussion around mental health, reducing the stigma and empowering our people to seek additional support when it’s needed.

Jeans for Genes Day

Employees at Civmec’s offices Australia-wide take part in the annual Jeans for Genes day, wearing their jeans to work and donating to the Children’s Medical Research Institute. The money raised is used to help find treatments and cures for children’s genetic diseases.

Christmas Volunteering

For the past two years, Civmec has volunteered at St. Patrick’s Community Support Centre in Fremantle for two mornings during their busy lead-up to Christmas. While there, we lend a hand wherever we can, including sorting and packing Christmas hampers, decorating their main centre, working in the kitchen and running errands.


Whenever Civmec holds donation drives for Foodbank, our employees step up to the plate, generously donating food and other non-perishable supplies to help those that are less fortunate. Our most recent Foodbank donation drives at Henderson include the ‘Donation Drive-Thru’ event and a donation drive to gather food and other items in the lead up to Christmas. As Australia’s largest food relief organisation, Foodbank uses these donations to create care hampers for West Australians experiencing homelessness.

Morning Tea Fundraisers

Civmec regularly hosts morning teas to raise important funds for cancer charities, including Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea, supporting the Cancer Council of Australia, and Pink Ribbon Day. We couldn’t do this without the support of our amazing people who bring in plates of delicious baked (or bought) creations for everyone to enjoy.

Containers for Change

Civmec has been collecting used containers to raise money for St. Patrick’s Community Support Centre through Containers for Change. St Patrick’s works to help those who are homeless, or at risk of being homeless, in Fremantle and the wider south west metropolitan region of Perth. Their goal is to serve the community through providing holistic, supportive and quality care to those most in need through services, such as emergency relief, housing, meals, welfare, education, recreation and health.

Kwinana Knights

Civmec is proud to support the local Australian Rules (AFL) football team of two of our female employees, the Kwinana Knights. The team has already achieved some amazing results and we look forward to celebrating many more future successes with the team.

Bunbury Barbarians

Giving back to the local community is important to Civmec, so we’re proud to support the Bunbury Barbarians Rugby Union Club. We were especially delighted to hear that our most recent sponsorship enabled the club to buy special one-off pink jerseys for a charity match, prior to them being sold at a silent auction and raising more than $3,000 for charity.


The importance of contributing to the local communities in which we operate through partnerships, fundraising and sponsorship, is recognised through our ongoing commitment to sustainability. To learn more about our sustainability commitments, please click the link below.
Our Sustainability
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.