Civil Contracting Services
Cord Civil provides a complete range of civil contracting services in the Canberra and ACT region – with extensive experience in civil construction, car park construction, plant hire, rock hammering, general roadworks, pipeline construction, auguring and both detail and bulk earthworks.
Cord Civil currently holds National Prequalification to R4 B2 F20 as well as ACT Government landscaping prequalification toCL 15 which provides Cord Civil the opportunity to tender for a wide range of both NSW and ACT Government contracts as well as numerous other private contracts.
Cord Civil’s goal is to work with our clients to realise their project requirements in terms of quality, budget and time restraints. We have a long term commitment to satisfy our clients’ requirements in a dynamic and challenging industry.
Our objective is to deliver results that meet or exceed our customer requirements and expectations, primarily through our dedication to implementing and maintaining our Quality Management System based on ISO 9001.
Specialised works such as asphalt pavement, construction of hydraulic structures, kerbing, street lighting, linemarking and installation of traffic control devices are undertaken by reputable subcontractors and managed according to Cord’s Quality Management System to ensure compliance with contract specifications and applicable legislation.
If a project has a major earthworks component we have previously used the services of Charman Earthmoving – as they have large dozers and scrapers which complement our own equipment.
Cord can also provide wet plant hire for a variety of clients and requirements – ranging from small private jobs such as site cuts and spoil removal to bored piers, bulk and detail excavation on subdivision’s and building sites.
Cord plant operators are experienced, competent, versatile and reliable. They are also experienced in working in a variety of environments and are able to work safely in conjunction with other trades.
Temporary Traffic Management
The Cord team has extensive experience inTemporary Traffic Management as demonstrated by the 2005 MBA Award Winning “Woden to Dickson On-Road Cycling Stages 2A and 2C” project located on Northbourne Avenue which had, on average, 45,215 vehicles passing through each intersection everyday.