About Us - Statewide Civil
Statewide Civil - Company Profile
Statewide Civil Pty Ltd is a well-established and reputable contractor that provides an exceptional level of service to our clients and stake holders.
The business was founded in 2002 to provide earth work services to the construction industry. Throughout these years the business has steadily grown and evolved culminating into Statewide Civil in 2005.
Throughout our 10 years of operation, Statewide Civil has achieved a solid and positive reputation in the civil works field, achieving continuous growth through quality, safety and effective time deadlines.
Our team members are dedicated, enthusiastic & proficient in civil construction. This ensures each client will achieve the desired result from their project in all areas. We understand that quality and consistency of product and service is most important to our clients. Therefore we consistently adopt the use of modern technology methods and product improvements. Our company and staff pride themselves on the use of the best available resources, to consistently deliver quality products as well as dedicated service to our clients.
Our objective is to add value to our works through research and development of innovative solutions or alternative practices, which will deliver our projects with greater efficiency whilst up holding the quality requirements for our client.
Overview of our policies:
In 2015 Statewide Civil Pty Ltd achieved certification in Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems (AS/NZS 4801:2001) and Environmental Management Systems (ISO 14001:2004) with SAI Global, this is in addition to our existing Quality Management Systems (ISO 9001:2008) certification.
Statewide Civil prides itself on the open relationships held with our customers and suppliers. We strive to consistently provide professional services which fully meet the contractual requirements of our clients.
Statewide Civil is committed to supplying premium services to its clients by providing the highest level of integrity, quality of products, and professionalism in customer service.
Statewide Civil also believe that quality assurance relates directly to our suppliers and our policy is to use only those suppliers who have a standard of quality assurance commensurate with our own.
It is Statewide Civil’s policy to consistently provide professional services which fully meet the contractual requirements of our clients. Quality Management will be developed in conjunction with, and supported by staff and management.
This Quality Policy is a basic fundamental to Statewide Civil’s operations, and the quality program is an on-going commitment from all staff, at all times.
WORK HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY
Statewide Civil recognises its moral and legal responsibility to provide a safe and healthy work environment for workers, contractors and employees of contractors, clients and visitors to site. This commitment extends to ensuring that operations do not place the local community at risk of injury, illness or property damage.
Our WHS objective is to actively work towards elimination of injuries and fatalities.
Statewide Civil is committed to conducting our business in an environmentally aware and responsible manner. We seek the co-operation of our workers and business partners in ensuring our organisational practices are conducted with minimal environmental impact.
To fulfil this commitment, Statewide Civil, will observe all environment laws and promote environmental awareness among all workers to increase understanding of environmental matters.
Statewide Civil News
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