CCB Envico's international growth continues

as we expand our overseas operations with an increasing presence in Asia and the Pacific undertaking water infrastructure and commercial construction projects funded by the ADB, DFAT and in-country Government Authorities.

Julia Bishop Visits Kiribati

Julia Bishop visits Kiribati, 31st March 2015, and discusses CCB Envico's Sanitation Program with CCB Envico staff, Alastair Cusack (Project Manager) and Bill Newton (Site Manager).



Reeves Envico sign Contract with Solomon Islands Water Authority.

CCB Envico, in joint venture with Reeves International (known as Reeves Envico) have been awarded a major contract to upgrade Honiara's water infrastructure.

CCB Envico Partner with Cockram Constructions

In order to service larger projects and to maintain a presence across the major cities of Australia, CCB Envico entered into a formal association with Cockram Constructions who are a well regarded large construction company established in each state of Australia as well as Canberra and the Northern Territory. 

Dubbo STP Opened by Major Dickerson

Representatives of the Cockram Envico team were pleased to be invited to attend the opening of the Dubbo STP Major Upgrade by Dubbo’s Mayor Matthew Dickerson on March 1st 2016. 

CCB Envico focus on International Projects

Combining the competencies within CCB Envico with the developmental and international focus of our sister company Reeves International ( in the past four years, CCB Envico has looked abroad for opportunities in the South Pacific and near Asia region.

CCB Targets ADB Projects in Sri Lanka

In 2013, CCB Envico will continue its strategy of pursuing development opportunities with Multilaterals such as the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and in Asia and the Pacific.

Australian Air Force Chief Inspects CCB Envico’s Work

Upon the completion of the Chemring Countermeasures Facility, a $30 Million project in Lara, 55km southwest of Melbourne, CCB Envico were honoured to have the Chief of Air Force, AM Geoff Brown and Head of Explosives Ordinance division, Mr Anthony Klenthis inspect their work on 26th July with Chemring’s Managing Director, Michael Flowers.