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Civeo

Previously known as The Mac, Civeo design, construct, own and operate their remote villages for the sole purpose of supplying quality accommodation for the remote workers in the mining industry.

Employing over 600 employees Australia wide Civeo is a subsidiary of Houston based Oil States International.

Civeo currently have10 villages located throughout NSW, Qld and WA, providing accommodation, food and catering services, facility management and environmental services.


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level 6 10 bond streetsydney NSW 2000
Phone: 02 8346 9200 Fax: 02 8346 9290
civeo.com

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