Whether it’s for major projects such as highway upgrades and complete town scaping, or for isolated works such as drainage or services installation, we offer a range of civil services to support your development.
Depending on your requirements, Calibre or its subsidiary construction specialist businesses, G&S Engineering or Diona, can act as lead engineer, project manager, assemble specialist teams, or provide on-site staff. Calibre teams are experienced in end-to-end delivery of civil infrastructure, from preliminary studies, assessment, planning and design, through to enabling works, contract administration, contractor surveillance and project management, construction and commissioning.
We value collaboration
We work with both government bodies and the private sector to address the needs of project stakeholders, including local authorities, project owners and the community. Our engineering services cater for all aspects of civil works across a diversity of markets, such as urban development, transportation, energy and power, metals and minerals, manufacturing and industrial, health and retirement, residential and commercial property, or utilities.
Our teams are at the forefront of new design and construction techniques and work closely with clients, project managers and estimators to provide advice on design and construction methodology, or establish project specific concepts and project specific budgets.
Considering all factors
Calibre’s construction and maintenance business, Diona, is regularly appointed to deliver those specialist, highly public (sometimes controversial) and significant environmental value projects which involve the close relationship between services installation, earth works, civil and landscape works. Our team works proactively to complete the development with the least amount of environmental, political and financial impact.
If you have a project which has sensitivities that requires a level of commitment beyond that of simply design or construction, talk to Max Bomben or David O’Connor in Australia, or Mark Campbell in New Zealand, or SH Leong within Southeast Asia.