welcome to mainland civil
This position is the result of meeting project deadlines through the expertise of its management team and its highly qualified and skilled workforce.
Drawing on over 100 years of combined experience in major public and private sector projects, the Mainland management team offer clients extensive knowledge of local industry conditions. A knowledge and expertise which has resulted in the successful completion of over $1.1 billion of work since commencement of business.
Mainland Civil is privately owned, cash positive and committed to maintaining its leading position within the marketplace.
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE & RESPONSIBILITY
Our long-term goals include meeting ever-higher sustainability targets, improving conditions for our employees to ensure we are an employer of choice, and enhancing the environment for the benefit of the wider community.
Our commitment to this has been recognised through state and national construction excellence awards.
The success of our business is underpinned by strict adherence to meeting international standards relating to Quality and EHS for all stakeholders associated with our business activities.
We take pride in investing in our people – whether management and operational staff – through training and education to ensure continuing development for all employees.
We support our workforce and strive to be an employer of choice in the industry. Mainland Civil is committed to the safety principle of “zero harm” for our employees, all persons with whom we work, and the wider community.
what people say about us
Mainland Civil have completed 99% of the piling and bulk earthworks for the Charles Perkins Centre Project. At all times they have managed a productive and safe site and have been responsive to the many complications that have evolved during the project.
Project was highly complex in nature and was affected by significant period of inclement weather and prolonged archaeological investigations, Mainland Civil assisted with the process of mitigating the impacts of these delays in a co-operative manner. Overall product quality was of a high standard and the site was always well supervised and maintained in an orderly manner.
Despite the challenges of addressing the co-ordination of the temporary shoring with the existing adjacent services and meeting the specific requirements of Sydney Metro in regard to the proposed tunnels to be constructed directly under the site, Mainland Civil undertook the works with a positive and professional approach.