• About Us

      As a specialist civil contractor operating throughout the south east of Queensland, AllenCon has built a reputation for consistently delivering results beyond our client’s expectations. Working as the principal contractor, or specialist subcontractor, we undertake civil infrastructure projects in a variety of sectors including road, rail, port and airport.

      Utilising the skills of our accredited traffic management planners we have successfully delivered challenging civil infrastructure works: pedestrian and road-over-rail concrete bridge structures and associated works such as soil/slope stabilisation and retaining walls. Our portfolio of projects also includes numerous concrete works at the Port of Brisbane incorporating heavy-duty pavements and stormwater drainage installation.

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    • Samford Road Cycle Path

      The construction of a pedestrian and cycle pathway along Samford Road and for the decommissioning of Wahminda Pond, Ferny Hills. After public objection, the Wahminda Pond was retained, and the [...]

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    • Blatchford Sporting & Rec Reserve

      The construction of a new carpark, a district level playground, associated picnic and BBQ facilities with shelters. Also included in the works was the design, construction, delivery and installation [...]

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    • Pine Rivers Park Riverbank Stabilisation

      Works involved the stabilisation of roughly 350m of embankment along South Pine River in Pine Rivers Park, Strathpine through a combination of earthworks, geotextiles, gravel, rock, revegetation [...]

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    • Kinsellas Road East

      As part of the Department of Transport and Main Road’s Moreton Bay Rail Link project, AllenCon was engaged as a specialist subcontractor to the principal contractor (McIlwain Civil) to undertake the construction of[...]

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    • Griffith Road Retaining Wall

      During heavy rains in December 2010, a significant failure of the approach embankment to the Newport Bridge on Griffith Road occurred. In order to repair this breakdown, and to mitigate any future occurrence, Moreton Bay[...]

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    • Williams Street Culvert

      The small township of Dayboro, situated north-west of Brisbane, was established in the late 1800’s and is a popular tourist destination. The community has expanded over the years but the town centre still boasts [...]

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