Aim & Values
From day one Cooper Civil has strived to stand out amongst its peers as an industry leading provider of precision earthworks solutions, something we are proud to say has been worked towards and achieved over the duration of the company's existence.
We have a desire to question and improve the "accepted" work methodologies and believe the advancements in equipment technology will help us accomplish this while also resulting in a much safer and sustainable working environment for all.
Sustainability & Compliance
Cooper Civil is committed to ensuring all works undertaken on its projects are conducted in both a sustainable and compliant manner.
We regularly liaise with our clients to ascertain that the best possible work practices are implemented, ensuring our impact on the surrounding environment is kept to a minimum. Frugality is a key to Cooper Civil's success, cost effective measures are always taken, but never at the expense of safe, quality workmanship.
Cooper Civil have an active involvement within the communities which its projects are based in, having financially supported local charities and events.
The new CAT next-generation excavators that Cooper Civil has in its fleet have industry leading standards in fuel efficiency and emission levels along with CAT payload technology that allows us to provide our clients with accurate payload data which assists in meeting chain of responsibility (CoR) legislative requirements.
Cooper Civil's company policies and procedures align with state legislation.
Periodic auditing of internal systems and monitoring of changes to industry codes of practice assure all our business undertakings are compliant.
HSE & Training Commitment
Cooper Civil have an unblemished record in regards to reportable incidents and we intend on keeping it that way. Our first consideration is the health & safety of our workforce and respect for the environment we operate in. These are core values and essential components of all our operations, and as such they are integrated into everything we do.
Our employees and subcontractors are committed to working towards our goals of zero harm to people and our operating environments.
Cooper Civil's HSE management system supports and reinforces the company’s proactive culture through the use of policies, procedures, risk assessments and hazard identification tools, which are continuously improved to meet the changing operating environments while striving for best practice.
In the interest of career advancement all plant, equipment and supervisory training is conducted by Cooper Civil's own "in house" RTO accredited trainer/assessor.
Projects & Services
Cooper Civil has and continues to work with several tier one construction companies, assisting in the completion of large scale infrastructure projects.
Gateway Motorway upgrade, Brisbane, QLD
Duration: January 2016 - December 2018
Pacific Highway upgrade, Ballina, NSW
Duration: February 2018 - January 2020
Gateway M1/M3 merger, Brisbane, QLD
Duration: May 2018 - January 2020
Bruce Highway upgrade, Caloundra, QLD
Duration: August 2018 - March 2019
Western Road upgrade Melbourne, VIC
Duration: May 2019 - March 2020
West Gate Tunnel Project Melbourne, VIC
Duration: January 2020 - June 2020
Bruce Highway upgrade Forest Glen, QLD
July 2020 - February 2021
Pacific Highway Upgrade, Varsity Lakes, QLD
July 2020 - Present
Bruce Highway upgrade - Cooroy to Curra, QLD
November 2020 - Present
Bruce Highway upgrade - Caboolture, QLD
December 2020 - Present
GPS and tilt-hitches are a standard feature on all Cooper Civil excavators.
Rubber track pads