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Enhancing Business Development with Civil Construction Companies

In the realm of land development and infrastructure creation, civil construction companies play a pivotal role in shaping the landscape of communities. From clearing land to erecting structures vital for development, these companies are the architects of progress. In this article, we’ll delve into what civil construction entails, highlighting the invaluable assistance it can provide

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Embracing Generations: The Heartbeat of Wormall Group

In the bustling world of modern business, where change is the only constant, finding a company that holds onto timeless values can be a rarity. However, at Wormall Group, the essence of family runs deep, woven into the fabric of its operations. Roxley’s journey within the company is a testament to this enduring tradition. Roxley

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Vertu

This contemporary address features an impressive entry to the estate and a panoramic central lake surrounded by immaculate landscaping and mature paperbark trees, retained from the natural bushland setting.  Bulk earthworks and civil construction works included sewer, drainage, retaining and feature walls, roads, water, power, gas, communications and landscaping.  Wormall Civil faced a number of

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Shoreline

The long-planned redevelopment of the old South Fremantle power station and surrounding land is billed as the biggest coastal urban redevelopment of its kind in WA. But the size of the project, intended to house 12,000 people as well as a new primary school, entertainment precinct and businesses over 106 ha, means it will take

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Roy Hill Mining Camp

Situated approximately 115 km north of the Newman townsite, the Roy Hill project was established on flat plains at the eastern end of the Chichester Range.  Wormall Civil in conjunction with its client, Brookfield Multiplex, completed the $200 million Roy Hill mine accommodation village in the Pilbara in 2014, allowing 2,000 workers to be accommodated

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Witchcliffe Ecovillage

Witchcliffe Ecovillage was previously occupied by two farms: an organic vineyard and a hobby beef cattle farm. Witchcliffe is a small rural hamlet 8kms south of Margaret River and a little more than three hours drive from Perth in Western Australia’s beautiful South West. Wormall Civil proudly commenced work at Witchcliffe Ecovillage in 2020. Witchcliffe

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