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DeGrey Civil awarded civil works for Mandurah Forum

Multiplex has been selected as the builder for the $350 million redevelopment of the Mandurah Forum Shopping Centre, located 72 kilometres south of Perth.

The redevelopment will almost double the Centre’s existing size from 38,535m2 to approximately 63,000m2 of retail floor space, with construction taking place in a live shopping centre environment. The project also includes the construction of a new multi-deck and shaded rooftop car park to increase the number of car bays to over 3,000.

DeGrey Civil will work with Multiplex to deliver the bulk earthworks, drainage and pavement components.

Published:  January 19, 2017

DeGrey Civil WALGA Preferred Supplier

DeGrey Civil is pleased to advise that we are now a WALGA preferred supplier for the provision of Road Building Materials and Related Services within the following categories:

  • Asphalt
  • Bitumen & Sprayed Bituminous Surfacing
  • Cement & Concrete Products
  • Drainage Pipe Supply
  • Drainage Services
  • Erosion Control & Foreshore Protection
  • Pavement Construction, Kerbing & Associated Streetscape Works
  • Road Building Ancillary Supplies
  • Road Building Minor & Major Works
  • Road Profiling & Stabilisation Works
  • Roadbase & Subbase
  • Utility Location Services
  • Wet & Dry Plant Hire

The confirmation by WALGA is testiment to the many successful contracts completed between DeGrey Civil and local government troughout WA.

Published:  November 25, 2016

Main Roads Prequalification

DeGrey Civil are now Main Roads WA Pre-qualified to R3. 

Published:  October 16, 2016

Port Hedland Footpath Project

DeGrey Civil has commenced the Port Hedland Footpath Project.

This footpath works program is part of the Town's $300,000 commitment to improving our footpaths in the Town of Port hedland 2015/16 budget.

Published:  September 1, 2015

Red Roo Kick Off at Dockers Training Facility

On July 21 2015  the City of Cockburn held a special sod turning event to mark the commencement of construction of the Cockburn Aquatic and Recreation Facility at Cockburn Central West.

Officiated by Mayor Logan Howlett, the Premier of Western Australia Colin Barnett, Minister for Sport and Recreation Mia Davies MLA and Fremantle Football Club (FFC) President Steve Harris and CEO Steve Rosich came out to lend their hand in turning the first sod.

Over the recent weeks the City has approved the construction cost ($83M excl gst) and Brookfield Multiplex as the builder, and signed a number of leases and agreements with FFC to replace the initial Heads of Agreement signed in 2012.

Cockburn Mayor Logan Howlett said now all the major agreements had been formalised it was full steam ahead with the project.

Red Roo are working with Brookfield MultiPlex on various civil aspects of the project.

 
Published:  July 21, 2015

Port Hedland United win Pilbara Cup

Port Hedland United Football Club tasted success in only its second season on Saturday, claiming the 2014 senior soccer Pilbara Cup with a final score of 2-1. 
PHUFC headed to Karratha to face Snow Whites Football Club in front of a vocal home crowd. 
In a hotly contested game, the first goal came when PHUFC player Andre Leuchter won a free
kick in the attacking half. Dead ball specialist Marty Sullivan delivered the ball into the box. Julian Dortmann received it and released a spectacular overhead kick, finding the back of the net. Five minutes later, PHUFC’s Dan Hunt was played through on goal and kept his head to finish coolly past the hapless SWFC goalkeeper. The second half was a feisty affair, with plenty of yellow cards shown by the referee. SWFC started strongly, with their striker isolating himself out wide turning PHUFC’s Sullivan inside-out before creating an inch-perfect shot into the left of the goal. 
At the final whistle, PHUFC were able to lift the cup. 
Club captain Jamie Higson said the team was reduced by injuries and work commitments.
    “But our team bond and tactics got us over the line,” he said.

DeGrey Civil are proud sponsors of Port Hedland United Football Club


Published:  September 2, 2014

DeGrey Civil awarded Landcorp LIA works

DeGrey Civil have been awarded Landcorp LIA works. The works involve repaires to the existing LIA in Wedgefield and development of further lots adjacent.

Published:  September 2, 2014

DeGrey Civil Completes Module Corridor

DeGrey Civil have successfully completed the Roy Hill module passing bays. Working closely with client NRW/Samsung the project outcomes were achieved in a tight timeframe to maintain the module delivery schedule.

Published:  September 2, 2014

DeGrey awarded Hamilton Road design and construct

DeGrey Civil has been awarded the contract for Design & Construction of Hamilton Road Dual Lanes & Roundabout by the Town of Port Hedland.

Works will include design, earthworks, drainage and pavements.

The works will commence in August 2014 and run until approximately September 2014.

Published:  January 15, 2014

DeGrey awarded multiple Clearwater Alliance Projects

DeGrey Civil have been awarded a number of projects in Karratha and Port Hedland for the Clearwater Alliance (WaterCorp/Tenix/GHD) Waste Water Treatment Plant capital works in both cities.

Works will include bulk earthworks for offsite disposal ponds, concrete finishing works and batter protection works.

The works will commence in November 2013 and run until approximately February 2014

Published:  November 7, 2013

The Newman Airport Project Complete

DeGrey Civil has recently completed the successful…
Published:  June 12, 2013

DeGrey Civil achieves IMS Certification

DeGrey Civil’s Management System is accredited to the following Australian and International Standards:

  • ISO9001:2008
  • ISO14001:2004
  • AS/NZS4801:2001

With certification being obtained in October 2012, came the recognition of the determination of the DeGrey Civil team to establish a Management System that met the met the most stringent of Australian and International requirements whilst retaining their straightforward approach to delivering quality services to their clients.

 

Published:  October 9, 2012

DeGrey Civil wins CCF Earth Award

DGC have won the Civil Contractors Federation (CCF) 2012 Earth Award in West Australia, for the Area G Project in the $20m - $75m category. The CCF Earth Awards have the specific aim of recognising outstanding work in construction and environmental excellence which reflects development and use of the best technologies and practices by Australian civil contractors.

The prestigious award recognises the capability of DGC and the outstanding effort and determination of our project teams.

Published:  August 17, 2012