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Civil Construction To Hold Strong in 2022

2022 hasn’t exactly started with a bang, but according to economic experts Deloitte, you shouldn’t write it off just yet. In their latest Business Outlook report, they project the Australian economy to grow by 3.6 per cent this year, despite the hurdles presented by Omicron and a slowing global marketplace. Public and private spending are […]

OM Civil Year in Review 2021

Despite the many challenges that presented themselves throughout 2021, we’re proud to say it was a time of growth, learning, and success for OM Civil. Throughout the past twelve months we’ve welcomed new, ambitious members to our team, we’ve tackled some of the most complex projects South-East Queensland has to offer, and we’ve achieved some […]

Logan Reserve Project Full Steam Ahead as OM Blitz Civil Works

A range of new properties in Logan Reserve are set to be handed over ahead of schedule thanks to the blistering speed of local construction company OM Civil. The delivery of a 59-lot residential estate will be moved forward after the Gold Coast civil contractor accelerated the site’s bulk earthworks, roadworks, sewer works, electrical, landscaping […]

Civil Construction Projects in Queensland That You Need to Know About

The civil construction industry moves at a blistering pace, especially so in South-East Queensland. New projects are springing up all over the region, existing infrastructure is constantly being upgraded (thanks in no small part to the upcoming Olympic Games), and the industry is abuzz with exciting construction and engineering innovations. To help keep you up […]

The Civil Construction Projects Transforming South-East Queensland

With Gold Coast apartment sales surging and Brisbane busily preparing for an Olympics-induced boom, there’s never been a more exciting time for property development in South-East Queensland.  As these new residential, commercial, and government-led developments take shape, they bring with them not only an evolving skyline, but exciting opportunities, intriguing architecture, and much needed infrastructure.  […]

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Civil Contractors In Brisbane – The Projects Shaping The Sunshine State

It’s easy to understand why Queensland draws thousands of new residents each year. With clear skies, picturesque landscapes, and a distinctly laid-back vibe, it’s hard to beat what the sunshine state has to offer. While the economic benefits of new arrivals are certainly welcome, it’s important that Queensland infrastructure evolves to accommodate the population surge. […]

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Gold Coast Civil Engineers in High Demand After Apartment Sales Soar

Apartment sales across Queensland’s Gold Coast have surged by almost 100 percent, according to a recent report by real estate advisory firm Urbis. Their research found that more than 700 new apartments were sold along the region’s renowned beachfront in the first three months of 2021 – almost double that of the previous quarter. Urbis […]

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Gold Coast Civil Contractors Are Transforming The City. Here’s How.

Dubbed “Australia’s favourite playground” by the city’s tourism board, Queensland’s Gold Coast has recently proved that it’s equally adept when it comes to work, particularly in the field of infrastructure. In fact, in order to accommodate an expected population boom, around $25 billion worth of infrastructure development is set to take place in the region […]

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Civil Earthworks Contractors in Brisbane – How To Choose The Right One

When it comes to choosing a civil earthworks contractor, it’s important to keep in mind the phrase “the right tool for the right job”. With each company comes a unique set of skills, experiences, costs, and equipment, so knowing which is right for your project is imperative to achieving the best outcome possible. Here’s how […]

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Civil Infrastructure Is Set To Boom in Australia. Here’s why.

It wouldn’t be an overstatement to say that every industry in Australia has felt the effects of the ongoing pandemic. While the worst appears to now be behind us, reduced demand for goods and services unfortunately continues1. As we move forward, however, there is cause for economic optimism, and civil infrastructure is largely to thank […]