August 8, 2017 Canstruct is delighted to announce that construction commenced on July 23, 2017 for a new Tuberculosis (TB) Ward. This project has been instigated by the Oro Community Development Project, (OCDP) which is an Australian humanitarian aid organisation. The Canstruct Supervisor in Oro is James Chatfield who has been moving heaven and earth…Details
CREATE, the industry magazine for engineering professionals published a 6 page spread on our recent bridge rebuilding project in Papua New Guinea. Read the article in our interactive pdf here | Download standard pdf here Working in a challenging environment can sometimes make any engineering project just that bit more difficult. Australian company Canstruct, had…Details
We are delighted to announce the sale of Force 10. The purchaser is a wholly Australian owned company and will take over the running of Force 10 from Tuesday 2 May, 2017. The outgoing CEO of Force 10, Rory Murphy said “We wish all our valued employees at Force 10 the very best and welcome…Details
Canstruct is pleased to announce they have been awarded a contract with Queensland Rail for the Rehabilitation of the Burnett, Kolan and Boyne River Bridge Piers on the North Coast Line of Queensland. Project Director Adrian Murphy commented: “Canstruct is excited to have been awarded this project. We are looking forward to working with Queensland…Details
Bridging development in the land of the giant butterfly.
The new Oro bridges should be seen as a stepping stone to bigger and better things for this impoverished province.
A Queensland construction company has battled the harshest of terrains and conditions to deliver four new bridges in PNG’s Oro Province, bringing together communities that have been isolated for nearly a decade. The bridges will also assist tourists making the pilgrimage to the iconic Kokoda track with access now opened up to a key starting…Details
Transport Sector Support Program, PNG The Oro Bridges Reconstruction Project was completed this month with the opening of Papua New Guinea’s longest two lane bridge at 285 metres at Kumusi. The project to restore four bridges destroyed by Cyclone Guba is a landmark achievement for the Department of Works and symbolises the strong economic and…Details