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Bampak Overview and Capabilities

Bampak Pty Ltd are a Queensland based Formwork, Reinforcing and Concrete placement (F.R.P) Subcontractor established in 2003 which has worked on and managed large scale projects all over Australia. 

We consider ourselves to be experts in the field of civil infrastructure and offer the complete F.R.P package with the capability to take on and manage projects from start to finish.

Our particular expertise in bridge construction, cut and cover tunnelling and large scale concrete structures coupled with our excellent track record in both safe and on time completion of works has gained us a good reputation with clients whom we have worked with and for.

Mission Statement

“Our mission is to become a market leader in the civil construction industry while delivering our clients a quality product in a safe and efficient manner, both on time and within budget”

Value Statement

As a company and as individuals, we value: Honesty, Integrity, Openness, Personal excellence, constructive self-criticism, continual self-improvement and mutual respect. We are committed to our customers and have a passion for construction. We take on big challenges and pride ourselves on successfully delivering them. We hold ourselves accountable to our customers, shareholders, partners and employees by honouring our commitments, providing results and striving for the highest quality. Safety for everybody at work guides everything we do.

Previous Works - Contract Descriptions

Airportlink projectProject Name: Airport Link and Northern Busway
Subcontract Name: CC211 – Cut & Cover Substructure Form and Pour
Client: Thiess John Holland Joint Venture  
Main Contract Value: $6 BN
Subcontract Value: $3.1M

Bampak worked on Brisbane’s Airport link almost from start to finish. Works on Cut and cover structures CC211 Bampak displayed expertise and commitment to meet the strict budget and time constraints that were part of these works while not compromising on safety or the quality of the finished product. This subcontract incorporated walls up to 12m high and some extremely complex structural works in an environment where space was at a premium. The contract was delivered on time and on budget in June 2012.


Airportlink projectProject Name: Airport Link and Northern Busway
Subcontract Name:
Energex Substation and Retaining Walls Package
Client: Thiess John Holland Joint Venture  
Main Contract Value: $6 BN
Subcontract Value: $1.15M

In conjunction with the Cut and Cover tunnel works at Kedron Bampak were also awarded a package of works to construct 3no retaining walls and Energex substation at Section 3 of Northern Busway section of works. This package of works was completed on time and under budget in a challenging area of works. This package incorporated management of other subcontractors to ensure all works were able to be completed.


TranscityProject Name: Legacy Way Tunnel
Subcontract Name: East Ventilation Tunnel Upper
Client: Transcity Joint Venture
Main Contract Value: $1.5 BN
Subcontract Value: $800K

Bampak were awarded FRP construction of the East Ventilation Tunnel as part of the Legacy Way Tunnel Project in Brisbane. The contract was for full management and delivery of works by Bampak and was delivered on time and on Budget.


TranscityProject Name: Legacy Way Tunnel
Subcontract Name: Buried Structures Eastern Connection – Structural Fitout Part 3
Client: Transcity Joint Venture
Main Contract Value: $1.5 BN
Subcontract Value: $1.75M

On the back of successful completion of Upper Vent Tunnel, Bampak were awarded the structural fit out package for the eastern portal as part of the Legacy Way Project. The contract was for full management and delivery of works by Bampak and in an extremely congested area requiring full time access through the worksite. These works are still ongoing but are on target for an on time completion by early October 2014.


Shamrock CivilProject Name: Brisbane Container Terminal – Terminal 11 Upgrade
Subcontract Name: Cast In-Situ Class G Stormwater Drainage Structures
Client: Shamrock Civil
Main Contract Value: $24BN
Subcontract Value: $0.5M

Bampak were awarded FRP construction of large Class ‘G’ stormwater structures as part of the Terminal 11 construction project at Port of Brisbane. The structures were up to 7m in depth and constructed in mainly sandy soil which increased the complexity of the methodology. The works were delivered on time and on budget.


KermanProject Name: OneSteel Plant Expansion, Whyalla S.A
Subcontract Name: Rail Tip Pocket FRP Construction
Client: Kerman Contracting
Main Contract Value: $20M
Subcontract Value: $1.8M

Bampak were awarded FRP construction of the Rail Tip pocket structure as part of the OneSteel plant expansion at Whyalla, S.A. The structure was a large tip basin and conveyor shaft which was required to be constructed on made up ground and be completely waterproof on completion. Bampak utilised a number of innovative methods of construction to ensure the waterproof requirement was met. The works were delivered on time and on budget.


LeightonProject Name: OneSteel Plant Expansion, Whyalla S.A
Subcontract Name: Sheet Pile Capping Beam FRP
Client: Leighton Contractors
Subcontract Value: $500K

Bampak constructed the Sheet Pile Capping Beam FRP at the Port of Whyalla.  This was constructed on the edge of the Port using a mobile traveller system which overhung the ocean.  This was a complex project that was completed on time and on budget without any safety issues.


ThiessProject Name: QCLNG Upstream Project
Subcontract Name: Supply of Skilled Labour - Labour Hire Agreement
Client: Thiess
Main Contract Value: $500M
Subcontract Value: Pro Rata

Bampak were awarded contract to supply skilled labour and supervision to Thiess for works on the QCLNG Upstream Project. Under this agreement Bampak has supplied resources as required to Thiess from July 2012 up to September 2014.