Civil Infrastructure

Civil infrastructure projects deliver essential services to support social engagement and economic development, enhancing quality of life.

Our team’s combined experience in facilitating efficient, cost-effective construction extends over a range of projects including roads and bridges, structures, hydraulics, industrial installations and major earthworks.

Land Development

Residential land development by Government or private developers responds to the needs of a growing population by facilitating the creation of additional dwellings, through the transformation of under-utilised land or sites, creating places of living, working and social interaction.

Strong and growing relations with key government and private developers in Canberra as well as years of experience of engagement with regulatory bodies, design engineers and construction contractors underpin BMCA’s credentials to undertake project management, construction administration and site surveillance on behalf of clients, achieving quality execution and successful outcomes.

Our team have recently been involved in significant Canberra Land Development projects at Casey and Forde estates, and recently completed works at Moncrieff East.

Public Realm

The Public Realm incorporates publicly owned streets, pathways, parks, and open spaces – essential elements of any successful development, improving living and working environments, property values, and the face Canberra presents as the National Capital.

Whether enhancing and maintaining existing facilities or creating landscapes anew, BMCA’s specialist experience and knowledge ensures that installations meet the intent of the public realm architects in all areas including faithful interpretation of aesthetics, construction quality and maintainability.

Our specialists have been involved in the supervision of a number of iconic Canberra Public Realm projects including landscaping at the National Arboretum, National Museum, Old Parliament House and War Memorial and public precinct improvements at Childers Street and Gungahlin.