An official sod turning ceremony, attended by Defence Minister Linda Reynolds, marked the commencement of construction on Civmec's latest development at Henderson: a new submarine rescue service facility.

Civmec has celebrated an exciting milestone with the first works commencing within our new, state-of-the-art assembly and sustainment hall in Henderson.

Civmec has been awarded a significant scope in the further development of Rio Tinto’s Mesa A operational hub in the Robe Valley.

Civmec has continued to demonstrate the strength of its in-house capabilities, with the award of several new work packages to support the delivery of vital Western Australian resource projects.

We love passing on our knowledge of construction and engineering to our employees! On Friday night we attended the 2019 Master Builder Apprentice of the Year Awards.

Civmec took home the Earth Award for Excellence in Civil Construction for the project value of $30 million to $75 million for the Matagarup Bridge Arches and Decks Fabrication, Painting and Transportation.

Civmec will deliver the Primary Crushing and Ore Processing Facility for Fortescue Metals Group’s (Fortescue) new Eliwana Mine and Rail project, located approximately 90km north-west of Tom Price in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.

Civmec’s Executive Chairman, James Fitzgerald and Chief Executive Officer, Patrick Tallon, have been selected as the Western Region winners of the Sustained Excellence Award in the 2019 EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards.

Civmec has achieved a significant milestone in the construction of its purpose-built assembly and maintenance hall in Henderson, Western Australia. The mega structure has been rising from the ground since October last year, when Prime Minister Scott Morrison was onsite to witness the erection of the first steel for the new world-class facility.