Civmec is currently carrying out the contract to install all formwork, reinforcement and concrete required for the construction of the tunnel through Moore Park West and East (including through Anzac Parade). The works includes tie-in works and detail between a diaphragm wall and the reminder of the tunnel structure.
Civmec in joint venture with Black & Veatch (BCJV), has been awarded an EPC alliance model contract with the Water Corporation of Western Australia for the design and construction of the Woodman Point Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade to 180ml/day. The plant is located 22km south-east of Perth, Western Australia.
Civmec reached another major milestone on the Perth Stadium project, which sees Civmec’s works substantially complete.
Civmec is delighted to be the recipient of the ‘WA Employer of the Year’ Award, which was announced last Friday, 23 September at the WA Training Awards presentation dinner.
Civmec have been successfully delivering shutdown projects at various locations for Alcoa of Australia Limited, Rio Tinto Alcan, Fortescue Metal Group (FMG), Roy Hill Mining and CITIC Pacific, which has equated to approximately AUD30 million of revenue over the past nine months.
Civmec took home the 2016 Corporate Business of the Year award, which was announced Saturday 3 September 2016 at the Rockingham Kwinana Chamber of Commerce (RKCC) Regional Business Awards.
Civmec is thrilled with the news that we are a finalist in the 2016 WA Training Awards. As a multi-disciplined company, Civmec is able to offer its workforce opportunities to work across various projects for clients in the oil and gas, metals and minerals, infrastructure and defence markets, giving them the opportunity grow organically and develop as an individual.
Civmec has secured new contracts for major infrastructure projects throughout New South Wales to the combined value of approximately AUD$50 million.
Civmec was featured in The West Australian’s ‘Western Defence’ supplement, published on Wednesday 27 April, 2016.