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Luke and Kelly Hendrie at the site of their new headquarters to be built in 2020 at Plover Drive, Yeppoon.

Ongoing investment in Central Queensland on major infrastructure and residential housing projects has generated a full program of work for local civil construction firm, Hendrie Constructions, now one of the region’s most trusted civil construction contractors.

Hendrie Constructions is helping to shape Central Queensland with 2019 projects including civil services for Edenbrook, Cooee Estate, Paradise Grove and Canomie Park Residential Subdivisions across the region, as well as work on the Pacific Hotel Redevelopment in Yeppoon, Carls Junior Burger in Rockhampton, Capricorn Coast Netball’s new netball hard courts, and streetscape works for the Rockhampton Regional Council.

An increasing project list, workforce and plant and equipment has prompted Hendrie’s to fast-track the construction of their own local headquarters, starting work on their office space, warehouse and workshop at Plover Drive, commercial precinct in Yeppoon in early 2020.

Managing Director Luke Hendrie said he was thankful for the support of local engineers, major builders and government during 2019, as well as that of his hard-working team.

“My wife Kelly and I have been working hard to establish our company as a trusted civil contractor founded on quality, strong relationships and clear communication since we started here in 2013,” Mr Hendrie said.

“Our increasing work-load and client base is testament to our approach, but also to the quality and workmanship each and every one of our staff members undertake every day.”

“Civil construction is not pretty, but a job well-done is critical to the foundations of many of Central Queensland’s residential subdivisions and commercial enterprises, and we are proud to cement our place in CQ by building our Hendrie Constructions headquarters in Yeppoon in 2020,” he said.

With a dedicated staff of ten, Hendrie’s are looking to increase their workforce in January 2020 to keep up with project demand, including employing experienced civil operators to support their workload.

While they will shut down for a brief and much-needed break over Christmas, Hendrie Constructions will be back on deck in mid-January to undertake works on: Stage 8 at Edenbrook, their fourth stage at Parkhurst for Edenbrook Developments; the 8-lot Cooee Estate subdivision adjacent to Keppel Bay Estate with Barlows Earthmoving; and Paradise Grove, the 40-lot subdivision near Yeppoon Central Shopping Centre for PMW Constructions.

Hendrie Constructions was established on the Capricorn Coast in 2013 by Luke and Kelly Hendrie. Luke Hendrie has a 25-year history in construction, managing projects in the Northern Territory, East Timor and Queensland. Luke Hendrie discovered an opportunity to offer a service that specialised in the delivery of the often complex and labour-intensive elements of civil construction and prides himself on completing quality projects, safely and within specifications and budget.

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