Reset, renewed and ready for the future

Growth accelerates in the first half of the decade but as the Australian resources boom draws to a close mid-decade, the Company must reset and renew for the future.

The Company ends the decade under new leadership and with a healthy project portfolio that has extended into major transport infrastructure.

It looks to the future with confidence, optimism and pride.​

Milestones

2010:    McConnell Dowell receives 26 safety awards and 6 construction awards.

2011:    McConnell Dowell is awarded the Waterview Connection project (Auckland), as part of an alliance to build Australasia’s then largest ever road tunnel.

2012:    McConnell Dowell is awarded Holcim Jetty project which will facilitate the unloading of coal and loading of product for improved trade at Tuban, East Java, Indonesia.

2013:    The Seaford Rail project in South Australia is completed, marking the construction of the longest incrementally launched bridge (1,100 metres) in the Southern Hemisphere.

2014:    McConnell Dowell reaches the final stages of the Gold Coast Light Rail project, which will revolutionize the public transport system of Australia's tourist mecca.

2015:    Scott Cummins joins the McConnell Dowell Group as CEO.

2017:    McConnell Dowell is awarded a number of significant projects including the Murray Basin Rail Upgrade and Tuas Road Bridges. The Waterview Connection project is successfully completed. The Webb Dock Port Capacity project wins the prestigious Australian Construction Achievement Award. Aveng confirms recapitalisation of the business