Welcome to CATCON
CATCON is a self-performing, resource based, innovative, market focused company. Considered as one of the more notable civil engineering companies delivering civil construction services to national and international clients across all regions of Australia.
With extensive experience in the delivery of power, mining, water and infrastructure projects. CATCON have a proven capability to incorporate the latest advances in safety, quality, environmental management, and innovative design.
CATCON have an impressive portfolio of completed projects of national significance, across diverse regions, industrially complex, culturally diverse and in environmentally sensitive areas nationally.
Civil and Allied Technical Construction’s initial involvement at Adelaide’s major northern broad acres subdivision at Mawson Lakes was in 1997. Our firm has continued exclusive involvement at Mawson Lakes with Delfin Lend Lease. Other major estates include the establishment of the Town Centre, Mawson Central and The Bridges together with the The Sanctuary, Shoalhaven and […]
CATCON played an important role during the re-development of the Adelaide Airport. CATCON’s involvement included the constructin of aircraft pavements, taxiways, car parks and associated road works. During construction CATCON were required to adhere to strict airport regulations, as well as working around aircraft in a live environment. Due to the busy nature of the […]
Heavy civil works and construction work was undertaken during the rehabilitation of the Pasminco Port Pirie Smelters “PETS” – Processed Effluent Treatment System Project. The work was carried out adjacent to an existing plant that was kept in continuous operation during the course of the work. Major earthworks and the installation of 400 cast insitu […]
The Nettle Hill Storage Facility – designed and constructed by CATCON – is a 147 mega litre lined and covered water storage facility for Victor Harbour and the surrounding districts located on the Southern Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia. Earthworks for the 9 month project involved a 100,000m2 cut to fill, using equipment such as scrapers, […]