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With diverse experience in road construction, bridge construction, bulk earthworks, landfill cell construction, wastewater, stormwater and potable water infrastructure, Select Civil’s contracting team has the know-how to bring your project to life, creating time and cost-appropriate solutions while maintaining the highest quality.

Our trialed and proven approach is to work collaboratively with both our clients and subcontractors to deliver all project outcomes safely, efficiently and to the satisfaction of our customers.

Our experienced construction team is made up of Civil Engineers, experienced supervisors, foremen, plumbers, builders and a well established plant operator and labour team, and we look forward to working with you on your next project.

Bulk Earthworks

Select have the inhouse experienced supervisors, operators and specialised plant to deliver bulk earthworks projects – both big and small, with particular expertise in difficult access sites.

ROAD CONSTRUCTION

Extensive experience in road construction to both RMS and Council standards. Our team have successfully completed flexible pavement construction projects in excess of $6 million. Currently hold RMS R2/F25 accreditation.

Bridge Construction

Experience in the management and construction of pre-cast bridge spans; involving piling works, craneage, assembly and approach works. Currently hold RMS B1/F25 accreditation.

Stormwater Drainage

Successful commissioning of both large and small-scale stormwater drainage systems, including RCP and box culvert installation, drop structures and in-situ concrete headwalls.

Watermain & Waste Water Infrastructure

Effective delivery of wide range of water and sewerage construction projects, including: watermain upgrades, wastewater treatment plant construction and sewer pump station replacements.

Mine remediation

The Select team are experienced in and have completed various mine site remediation and restoration projects, including shaft closures and end of life rehabilitation

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