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DeGrey Civil achieves ISO45001

ISO 45001 is the internationally recognized Standard for occupational health and safety (OH&S) management systems. This Standard provides the requirements with guidance for use to reduce & minimize work-related risks, protect health and increase safety at work.

Adopting ISO 45001:2018 can provide the guidance and framework to support the health, safety and wellbeing of employees.

DeGrey Civil is pleased to have completed requirements to achieve ISO45001

Published:  September 20, 2023

Main Roads Prequalification (National Prequalification System)

Prequalification is a mandatory requirement for most Main Roads Western Australia civil (road and bridge) construction contracts, regardless of value. Companies wishing to submit tenders to Main Roads must be prequalified under the National Prequalification System (NPS).

DeGrey Civil's inclusion on the list of prequalified contractors has been renewed through to 2026.

Published:  June 2, 2023

MRWA State-wide Road Construction Panel Contract

Delivering road and bridge construction projects less than $20m, the contract includes buying rules, designed to streamline the process for the awarding of contracts to expedite delivery.

The current contract expires May 2025.

DeGrey Civil is a member of this select panel.

Published:  September 2, 2019

DeGrey Civil wins CCF Earth Award (Again)

The CCF WA Earth Awards are the Western Australian civil construction industry’s annual celebration of infrastructure excellence, celebrating our industry, showcasing WA projects, and recognising the talent and commitment of the dedicated project teams.

Published:  August 30, 2019

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.

Published:  September 2, 2014

DeGrey Civil achieves IMS Certification

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

  • ISO9001
  • ISO14001
  • AS/NZS4801

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