Canstruct has completed Phase One of their major new marine engineering project in New Caledonia.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 has been an action packed year for Canstruct. In January we were awarded a major new marine engineering contract in New Caledonia which has presented us with new technical challenges but has been a very successful project. Our work in PNG and Nauru has continued and we have made excellent progress in both countries.
Founder of Canstruct, Robin Murphy was awarded an OAM on Australia Day, 2015 for his services to the building and construction industry and to the community. An innovative civil engineer Robin first started business in 1966 in PNG. Since then he has been responsible for a huge array of construction work from bridges, to tunnels, roads and buildings across Australia and in the Pacific.
Canstruct has a proud history of 49 years in operation in various guises.
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 completed Phase One of their major new marine engineering project in New Caledonia.