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Wormall Civil

First established in 1984, Wormall Civil provides quality civil engineering construction services for both underground and surface infrastructure projects.

Capabilities include; earthworks, power and gas, roadworks, water management, sewers, storm waters and mains, landscaping and retaining walls and environmental systems.

Some of Wormall's projects include; Roy Hill Mining Camo, Kurra at Newman estate and Banksia Grove development.


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21-23 Eva StreetMaddington WA 6109
Phone: 08 9493 2288 Fax: 08 9493 2626
wormallcivil.com.au

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