Canstruct’s major new marine engineering project in New Caledonia is progressing well. Canstruct International has delivered to New Caledonia a 500 tonne purpose-built Barge, the Aquane together with a 150 tonne Crane to commence laying the Pipe, which commenced in early April, 2015. It was extremely challenging logistically to move the Barge and Crane from…Details
Canstruct is a building and civil engineering company with a proven ability to deliver difficult projects with formidable time, cost and environmental constraints. Canstruct likes to take on challenges and prides itself on seeing them through. Right now Canstruct has some exciting projects in remote and challenging offshore environments in Papua New Guinea, Nauru and New Caledonia.
2015 is already shaping up to be a dynamic year for Canstruct. We have been awarded a major new marine engineering contract in New Caledonia which is very exciting. In addition our Founder, Robin Murphy was awarded an OAM on Australia Day, 2015 for his services to the building and construction industry and to the community.
Canstruct has a proud history of over 50 years in operation in various guises. Founded by Robin Murphy OAM, an innovative civil engineer in 1968, the company has completed a huge array of construction work from bridges, to tunnels, roads to buildings across Australia.
Robin’s son Dan Murphy is the General Manager of Canstruct.
“ I’d like to sincerely congratulate my Dad, Robin Murphy on his well deserved OAM which was announced on Australia Day this year. Everyone at Canstruct salutes you!”
Canstruct is closely associated with Force 10, an engineered modular building system that specialises in cyclone, earthquake, and fire resistant housing.
Canstruct has successfully completed a new food processing plant for Endeavour Foundation at Wacol in Brisbane. The building was handed over in May, 2013. This building project is a unique partnership between the Endeavour Foundation, the Rotary Club of Brisbane Inner West and Canstruct.