SRG Global

Our History

1987

CECK Civil Construction

Establishment of C.E.C.K. (Civil & Earthworks Contractors of Kwinana), a local civil contractor. Initially providing civil maintenance services in the Kwinana industrial area with Alcoa and BP refineries as main clients, that would later be acquired by WBHO.

2001

Australia Market

WBHO Construction (Parent Company) enters the Australian market through the acquisition of an initial interest in Probuild Constructions.

2003

Probuild Civil

Acquisition of Basic Constructions in Queensland (later to become Probuild-Civil), with a particular focus on service delivery to DTMR to the roads construction sector in Queensland.

2006

WBHO Civil

Acquisition of CECK in Western Australia (later to become WBHO-Civil)

2008

Capital Projects Division Established

CECK established a Capital Projects division and was awarded it's first contracts outside of the civil maintenance framework to clients that included the Water Corporation and a number of West Australian Shires and Councils.

2010

WBHO Carr

Acquisition of Carr Civil Contracting, and rebranded to WBHO-Carr, providing a footprint in WA's Pilbara and North West regions and access to contracts in the Mining & Resources Sector.

2011

Entered Goldfields Construction Market

CECK awarded a contract for the construction of first Tailings Storage Facility in the Goldfields region of WA where we continue to deliver numerous further tailings expansions and lifts over the next 10 years.

2011

WBHO-Civil

CECK rebranded to WBHO-Civil.

2012

First Major Capital Project

Awarded the first major capital project for Alcoa (a client since 1987) for the construction of the Residue Storage Area 10 project at their Pinjarra refinery. RSA10 spanned over a 100ha area and included bulk earthworks, an underdrainage system and a tri-liner impervious membrane, a first on any Alcoa asset.

2012

WBHO-Civil

In Western Australia, WBHO-Civil merged with WBHO Carr and Northcoast Contractors to consolidate the three entities into WBHO-Civil as a single civil contracting business with a state-wide footprint across a number of industry sectors

2013

Main Roads Pre-qualification

WBHO-Civil gains prequalification with Main Roads WA.

2013

First Major Capital Project over $100m

WBHO-Civil awarded it's first major capital project valued at >$100m for the construction of the TAN Burrup facility, located on the Burrup Peninsula in WA's Pilbara, that included the bulk earthworks and civil packages.

2014

First Civil and Electrical BOP Contract for Renewable Energy Sector

Entry into the Renewable Energy market with WBHO-Civil and Probuild-Civil forming a Joint Venture for the delivery of the largest solar farm in Australia at the time, the 100MW Nyngan Solar Plant in NSW.

2015

WBHO Infrastructure

WBHO Infrastructure (WBHO-I) formed as a national civil contractor through the amalgamation of WBHO-Civil in Western Australia and Probuild-Civil in the Eastern States.

2015

Entered Telecommunications Market through NBN Delivery Partnership

WBHO-I became a major services provider to NBN under the MIMA delivery model, one of three delivery partners to NBN in Western Australia and responsible for roll-out of the NBN network across WA, including the Kimberley, Pilbara, Midwest, Gascoyne, Greater Perth North, and South West regions with works completed in 2019.

2016

Entered Victorian Transport Construction Market

WBHO-I enters the Victorian market with the award of the Princess Hwy Duplication, Winchelsea to Armytage project for VicRoads.

2016

Awarded Term Contracts for Tailings Storage Facilities

WBHO-I awarded a number of term contracts for Tailings Storage Facilities in the Pilbara and South-west regions of Western Australia.

2017

Entered NSW Transport Construction Market

WBHO-I entered the NSW market with the award of the Tourle Street incremental launch bridge and road duplication project for RMS (now TfNSW).

2017

Western Roads Upgrade

WBHO-I awarded the D&C contract for the Western Roads Upgrade PPP in Melbourne, Victoria, the largest single urban roads upgrade contract in Australia's history.

2018

Entered Windfarm Construction Market

WBHO-I awarded the Stockyard Hill Windfarm, located near Ballarat in Victoria. At the time, the largest windfarm in Australia.

2018

Entered Agriculture Construction Market

WBHO-I begins delivering a number of emergency upgrades and new capital projects for CBH, to service WA's agricultural infrastructure sector.

2018

Entered Aviation Construction Market

WBHO-I awarded the Geraldton Airport Renewal and Upgrade project, including the extension and widening of the main runway while still remaining operational.

2020

CCF Earth Award for Excellence in Civil Construction

WBHO-I awarded the CCF WA Earth Award for Excellence in Civil Construction, Project Value $30m - $75m for the Great Northern Highway Upgrade Maggie Creek to Wyndham project. Importantly, WBHO-I achieved a 33% Aboriginal participation outcome based on man-hours worked on the Project. As part of this initiative, nine low risk inmates from the local Wyndham Work Camp were employed on the Project on a day release basis, with three becoming full-time WBHO-I employees upon their release.

2021

Reconciliation Action Plan

Submission of WBHO-I's Infrastructure's Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan.

2021

CCF Award for Excellence in Civil Construction

WBHO Infrastructure SRG Global Joint Venture were awarded the 2021 Civil Contractors Federation WA Earth Award for Excellence in Civil Construction, Project Value $30m - $75m for the Wanneroo Road Ocean Reef Road Interchange Project for Main Roads.

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