M&B Civil delivers civil contracting projects in two broad areas:
Industrial construction services and Infrastructure construction
services . Whatever the type of work we are prepared to work
anywhere, whether that's on a suburban street or in the remote
Civil partners with major SA companies including energy corporation
Santos, power transmission technologies pioneer ABB Australia,
as well as electrical instrumentation firm Broadspectrum Australia.
Civil undertakes a comprehensive range of projects for Santos
throughout the Cooper Basin, involving precision civil engineering
services to assist with Santos's construction work in the Cooper
Civil has worked with ABB Australia to provide the concrete
pads for transformers and footings for switching equipment in
electrical substations through out Southern and Central Australia.
Civil places a strong emphasis on detailed construction management
planning to ensure it delivers projects on time and budget,
to the high precision, quality and safety standards required
by its clients.
other major area for M&B Civil is provision of roads and, highway
bridges for state government organisations and suburban street
reconstruction, and stormwater drainage for local governments.
Its clients include The Department of Information and services
(DAIS), Transport SA, the cities of Burnside, Norwood Payneham
and St Peters; Marion; Adelaide; and Mitcham. M&B Civil also
is currently replacing the runway pavement at Moomba airport
while the airport remains operational.
well as meeting targets for cost, time and quality, a critical
element for M&B Civil's delivery of services to infrastructure
is the courtesy and conscientiousness of the company's staff.
Civil staff members were always very conscious of working in
front of people's houses and driveways. "We take a great
deal of care to ensure people aren't inconvenienced," he
said. "After all, ratepayers are the final stakeholders
in local government. It's reassuring that we regularly receive
compliments about how courteous our employees are to the residents."