Over the past six months, Civmec has secured several new projects across the Western Australian state.
These include public infrastructure projects for the Elizabeth Quay waterfront development – a project set to dramatically change the Perth skyline – and the city roads infrastructure works known as the Gateway project at Perth Airport.
In addition, Civmec has been awarded four contracts for work involved with Roy Hill, which is a 55 million tonne per annum iron ore mining, rail and port project under development in the Pilbara region.
Civmec continues to improve productivity by developing world-class systems and processes. At the same time it is managing risk in tendering activities by careful evaluation of project delivery methodologies.
“We will continue to improve our service offerings and core capabilities to scale up the value chain as we expand beyond current markets into the public infrastructure sector in Western Australia,” said Pat Tallon, Civmec’s CEO.
Along with expanding into WA’s growing public infrastructure sector, Civmec plans to explore new business opportunities and alliances in South-East Asia.