Canstruct has completed Phase One of their major new marine engineering project in New Caledonia.Details
Canstruct has completed Phase One of their major new marine engineering project in New Caledonia.
2016 marks the 50th year of continuous civil engineering and construction for Canstruct and its previous entities. Our history started when our founder, Robin Murphy won a contract for the construction of bridges in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea in 1966.
Canstruct’s mission is to be a global market leader in civil and construction projects in remote and challenging locations in the Pacific region or projects with unusually demanding requirements such as extremely tight time frames or high risk activities. Our infrastructure and accommodation project in Nauru, the Bridge project near Kokoda in PNG and our Submarine Pipeline in New Caledonia are recent examples.
Our founder Robin Murphy OAM commented “I am tremendously proud of the sheer hard work of all of our staff who have built Canstruct into a major engineering and construction company. I am looking forward to a productive year in 2016, so there is no time to rest on our laurels!”
Canstruct is closely associated with Force 10, an engineered modular building system that specialises in cyclone, earthquake, and fire resistant housing.