Industry Feature: Seaforth Civil

Seaforth Civil cleans up

For most Australians, Airlie Beach conjures up images of tropical holidays, snorkelling and maybe even cocktails by the pool (not the beach—that’s crocodile territory).

But it was only a few years ago that Cyclone Debbie tore through and caused $3.5 billion in damage and, more tragically, fourteen deaths.

The clean up was considerable, and in the Whitsunday Regional Council area various towns needed the services of Seaforth Civil under the Natural Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements—funded by the Queensland Government.

Collinsville, Bowen, Proserpine, Cannonvale and Airlie Beach all received considerable road rehabilitation thanks to Seaforth. Roads were repaired and strengthened in order to permit locals and tourists alike safer and more reliable travel in one of Queensland’s top tourist destinations.

Pronamics is proud to worth with Seaforth Civil.


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