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    PCA on the front cover of the Civil Contractors Federation Magazine

PCA on the front cover of the Civil Contractors Federation Magazine

By |November 2nd, 2016|

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PCA are recognized for the best civil project in NSW

By |September 7th, 2016|


PCA are thrilled to have been paid the largest compliment by their piers and recognised for the best civil project in NSW in the class two category (1-5 million dollars). The award was for an incredibly challenging project in the snowy mountains at a remote location called Geehi, PCA’s challenge was to construct a platform in the side of the mountain and build access tracks for a new switching station on a part of the snowy mountain river project with the pristine Snowy Mountains National Park.



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Snowy Mountain Hydro Electricity Scheme

By |April 20th, 2015|

Piling and Civil Australia has been selected to work on an element of the Snowy Mountain Hydro Electricity Scheme by Transgrid. This is a very challenging project located above the snow line in a remote section of the National Park called Geehi.

The projects scope is diverse including:

Removal of the existing security fencing
Widening and repairing […]

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Spring Creek Road

By |April 18th, 2015|

National Category 2 Earth Awards Winner “owes much to the Pioneering use of Micropiles in Australia”.

PCA introduced it’s unique micropiling technology to Mcilwain Civil via an Engineers Australia education seminar, soon after this introduction Mcilwain approached PCA to work with them on two projects, Gatton Clifton Rd and Spring Creek Road.

The opportunities to de […]

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Micropile CPD Technical Seminar

By |February 24th, 2014|

PCA Ground Engineering is pleased to announce a 2 hour technical seminar covering worlds best practice information for the design and construction of micropiles for deep foundations and slope stability. As part of PCA’s pursuit of worlds best practice we are sponsoring two well known industry experts to educate the local engineering fraternity.


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Mt. Morgan Range

By |January 24th, 2014|

PCA has recently completed a very significant project at Mt. Morgon, just outside of Rockhampton in Queensland for RoadTek, a division of the Department of Transport and Main Roads. The reconstruction of many sections of the Mt Morgon Range has been a significant undertaking after it was severely damaged after the 2013 floods. PCA was proudly involved with a broad range of tasks involving engineering, soil nailing, rock bolting, earth drains, rock fall netting and grouting.


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PCA Wins Outstanding Achievement Award

By |January 7th, 2014|

PCA has been awarded a high commendation by Engineers Australia for the engineering and design component of a transmission line project in Cairns, North Queensland. The team can be seen in the attached photo with Katrina Roundtree receiving the award. It is an outstanding achievement to be recognised by a well-respected industry body such […]

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External Certifications Received

By |January 6th, 2014|

PCA is very pleased to advise that as of July 2013 we have been externally certified for ISO9001: 2008 (Quality), ISO14001: 2004 (Environment), AS/NZS 4801:2001 (Safety) and OHSAS 18001:2007 (Safety). This is a significant milestone for the company and provides confidence to our clients that PCA actively pursues the goals of an effective internal […]

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Nelly Bay to Arcadia Walkway

By |January 5th, 2014|

Nearly 20 years ago the then Mayor of Townsville announced a vision for Magnetic Island after consultation with the residents to build a series of walkways to be constructed linking the popular bays of this beautiful Island. The walkway between Nelly Bay and Arcadia presented many challenges because of the enormous granite boulders that form magnetic Island.

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Park Road, Noosa Heads Project

By |January 4th, 2014|

Park Road, Noosa Heads provides the only vehicle and the main pedestrian access to the Little Cove area, Noosa National Park and associated beaches which is visited by 1 million tourists annually. PCA was heavily involved in the alternative design and construct solution, delivering the first hollow bar micropile A frame structure in Australia.

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