As one of Australia’s first concrete paving companies, Nace Civil Engineering has developed a reputation for excellence that is unmatched in the industry. By utilising the specialised resources of the Kypreos Group of Companies, Nace Civil Engineering has total in-house capabilities; controlling the construction and delivery of projects from start to finish.
These in-house capabilities ensure Nace Civil Engineering can manage every element of clients infrastructure needs from water, power, sewerage, road and telecommunications infrastructure. From design through to construction and completion, Nace Civil Engineering has the experience and expertise to provide an innovative and cost efficient solution to all civil engineering projects.
Combining the vision to meet client needs with the responsiveness to manage client concerns, Nace Civil Engineering approach every project with nimbleness and dedication; ensuring clients achieve high quality construction within budget and on time. A leader in the civil engineering industry, Nace Civil Engineering was a pioneer in slipform concrete paving; a solution complimented by the businesses capacity to undertake a wide range of earthworks and excavation works; all using in house equipment.
Nace Civil Engineering’s quality of work is highly regarded by leading professional organisations and has allowed us to be involved in the construction of all major motor ways in and around Sydney and throughout NSW, including; the F5, M7 and MR92. Nace Civil Engineering has also been involved in a number of high profile projects such as the redevelopment of Hyde Park, the construction of pedestrian and vehicle tunnels at Rose Hill Race Course and the rebuilding of the jetty and sandstone walls and security elements of Admiralty House.
Nace were recently awarded Camden Valley Way (Stage 2) from 680m South of Raby Road to Cobbitty Road. The project involves the upgrade of a length of approximately 3 kilometres of existing two lane single carriageway roadway to dual carriageway.
Nace successfully completed Erskine Park Link. Erskine Park Link Road now provides a vital link to the NSW Government's Western Sydney Employment Area and the M4 and M7 Motorways.
The project involves the design and construction of the Foxground and Berry Bypass. The Foxground and Berry Bypass is approximately the middle third of the Princess Highway upgrade between Gerringong and Bomaderry and consists of 11.6km of four lane highway with median separation including 6.6km of new highway with bypasses of the Foxground bends and Berry township.
Wyong Road F3 Interchange, Mardi
The project is located at the interchange of the F3 Freeway and MR335 Wyong (Cobbs) Rd in Mardi. Construction of a new F3 northbound onload ramp. Construction of traffic control signals at the intersection of the F3 northbound onload ramp, F3 northbound offload ramp and Wyong Rd. read more
Bernera Road Reconstruction and Widening -Kurrajong Road to Camden Valley Road
The works include the reconstruction of existing pavement, the widening of carriageway from two traffic lanes to four. In addition to widening the carriage way the relocation/installation of major services. read more
MR620 Upgrade of Camden Valley Way from Denham Court Road to Raby Road- Stage 1
The project involves the upgrade of a length of approximately 4.3 kilometres of existing two lane single carriageway roadway to dual carriageway. read more