Innovation • Passion • Professionalism
Innovation • Passion • Professionalism
Innovation • Passion • Professionalism
Innovation • Passion • Professionalism






COVID-19 Update

Camco (SA) Pty Ltd is committed to providing a wide range of vital services and infrastructure development for as long as is feasible.

The health and safety of our staff, clients and the wider community is our priority during these unprecedented times,
and we have taken all necesssary precautions to protect them from Covid 19. 

These are testing times for all of us, but the best, and only, way forward is to support each other and the broader community.


Camco (SA) Pty Ltd is a South Australian civil construction company established in 2001 by Director, Chris Goold.

Established on the principles of Innovation, Passion and Professionalism, Camco has a proven track record of delivering projects on time and on budget.

We strive for excellence and understand that our success is built on consistently meeting and exceeding our clients' expectations.

Our experienced team of over 60 full time staff, large fleet and strong foundation in the South Australian building industry, allow us to deliver projects to our clients' high standards.







We are determined to continually enhance the way we operate. Be it on site or in the office, we are challenging how we do things, to find a better, more effective and efficient solution. There is no innovation without taking initiative and we strive to be one step ahead. 




We dedicate our energy and aspirations to exceed our clients' needs and expectations. A successful, passionate environment creates trust in confident decisions and positive actions in line with our vision, which reinforces belief in Camco.





We constantly strive for and deliver service which will make us our clients number one choice each and every time.








Pauls Drive Culvert Replacement, Valley View

Client: City of Salisbury
Expected Completion: May 2020

Camco were engaged by City of Salisbury to upgrade the existing low level 3m x 3m single cell box culvert crossing of Dry Creek on Pauls Drive in Valley View. The existing crossing had limited capacity to pass flood flows in Dry Creek and frequently (i.e. every couple of years) becomes a floodway. The upgrade is intended to achieve flood immunity for 1:100 year floods. The new Culvert Bridge is constructed with precast culverts on an insitu base slab incorporating an integrated dropdown concrete structure with rock pitching and insitu concrete wingwalls up to 5m high.

Payneham Oval Tennis Courts Redevelopment

Client: City of Norwood, Payneham and St Peters
Expected Completion: May 2020

The Payneham Oval site contains 6 tennis courts which are in need of upgrade to meet community expectations. Camco were engaged to demolish the existing 6 courts and upgrade with new courts and associated infrastructure including lighting, fencing, new granular pavement with bitumen & acrylic surfacing and linemarking. The site will also receive a landscape and facilities upgrade including a renovated storeroom, new structural steel shelter, paving, irrigation and plantings. Carparking and access to courts will also be addressed as part of this project. 


Rutland Avenue Road Resurfacing and Rain Gardens

Client: City of West Torrens
Expected Completion: April 2020

Road infrastructure and stormwater upgrade of Rutland Ave between Henley Beach Rd to Sir Donald Bradman Drive. The project scope includes re-kerbing of approximately 2,000 linear metres of road, construction of eight new paved speed humps and concrete approaches, 15 raingardens of various shape and design, including irrigation and road resurfacing. Extensive community consultation was required to ensure access was maintained to local residents wherever possible.

Third Creek, Payneham - Drainage Realignment

Client: City of Norwood, Payneham and St Peters 
Expected Completion: June 2020

Construction of new box culverts ranging in size from 3.6x1.8m to 4.8x1.2m on precast interlocking concrete base slab, to upgrade and re-align the Third Creek culvert under Payneham Road and the existing  open channel south of Lewis Road. The scope includes construction of two in situ concrete transition structures along the culvert and a temporary concrete inlet structure upstream of the work. Associated ancillary works  include concrete drain from Lewis Road linking into the new culvert and sealing off and removing various sections of existing drainage and culverts.









    Water & Wastewater
    Urban Renewal
    Road & Pavement Construction
    Concrete Structures
    Bulk Earthworks
    Pathways & Trails
    Urban Landscapes
    Traffic Systems
    DDA Compliance Upgrades

     Stormwater Drainage & Erosion Control
    Engineering Inspections
    Hard Landscapes
    Retaining Walls & Gabion Baskets
    Masonry & Structural Concrete
    Metalwork & Structural Steel
    Roofing & Fencing
    Stobie Pole Propping
    DDA Access Upgrades & TGSI
    Demolition & Earthworks
    Bridge Repairs & Maintenance
    Internal Fitouts, Ceilings & Wall Linings
    Water Sensitive Urban Design

    Internal Fit Outs
    Building Extensions
    Sheds & Lightweights
    Large Commercial Buildings
    New Builds