GEBIE Civil and Construction (GCC) was established as a wholly owned susidiary of GEBIE, and assists in funding GEBIE’s Social Objectives. GCC management continually looks for opportunities to expand with joint ventures and partnerships to grow the business for the benefit of the Communities.
We believe that regardless of their location, our Communities deserve high quality construction delivered in the most professional terms. We pride ourselves in providing excellent service to achieve our goal of repeat business with our clients. We do this by creating relationships with our clients, delivering quality projects on time, and on budget ensuring professional results are consistently delivered.
Work undertaken by GCC includes commercial and residential construction, civil construction and earthmoving, building refurbishment, demolition and asbestos removal. GCC also has an onsite workshop to service a wide range of vehicles and a concrete batching plant.
GCC trains local Indigenous people in construction and housing maintenance. We respect the traditions and cultures of Indigenous people and believe that effective inclusion of Indigenous participation is an integral component of a successful business.
Phone: (08) 8987 6171 or (08) 8987 6873
After Hours Emergency Phone: 0428 000 341
Address: Pole 13, Rowell Highway, Alyangula NT 0885
PO Box 270 Alyangula NT 0885
The $6 million Umbakumba Health Clinic was completed in 2017 and is the largest project GCC has undertaken. A small team of Indigenous workers were employed during its construction. Parent company GEBIE contributed $3 million to this project.
Three Groote Eylandt Aboriginal Trust (GEAT) houses are being renovated by GCC to reduce overcrowding and increase living standards for people in Angurugu Community.
GCC upgraded the GEMCO storm water system.
East Arnhem Regional Council contracts GCC to provide ongoing repair and maintenance to the Umbakumba Road.
Approximately 20 GEBIE houses are currently under construction or being renovated by GCC.
The causeway upgrade was completed in 2016. Concrete margins & embankment protection were completed, along with Gabion baskets, drains & final seal application to road surface. The crossing upgrade has allowed people to travel to & from Umbakumba during the wet season.