Established in 1993, Waterway Constructions has grown to become one of the largest specialist maritime contractors in Australia. With offices in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, Waterway has the capability to operate throughout Australia.
Their staff work with clients to provide the best solution for each project and to develop trusting long term relationships.
Waterway Constructions is a member of Keller Asia Pacific
Waterway Constructions Pty Ltd commenced operations in 1993 following a staff and management buy-out of the then wharf maintenance section of the NSW Waterways Authority (formerly MSB). Under the guidance of foundation directors Jim Millar and Mal Hiley the company has grown from 10 staff to 180 staff with offices in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
Waterway Constructions Maintenance Pty Ltd was formed in 2001 to specialise in wharf maintenance activities in Sydney and in particular the term contract for maintaining ferry wharves on behalf of Roads and Maritime Services (previously NSW Maritime).
Waterway Constructions (VIC) Pty Ltd was formed in 2006 following the purchase of Skilled Maritime in Melbourne. Waterway Constructions (VIC) undertook the term contract for port maintenance on behalf of the Port of Melbourne Corporation as well as other construction works.
Sea Coatings Pty Ltd became part of the Waterway Construction Group of companies in 2006. Sea Coatings has over 30 years experience in marine pile and concrete repairs and is a leader in this field.
In June 2010, Waterway Constructions Pty Ltd joined Keller Australia Pty Ltd. As part of the Keller group of companies
, Waterway Constructions has enhanced capacity for growth and scope of operations.
The operations of Waterway Constructions Maintenance, Waterway Constructions (VIC) and Sea Coatings have since been consolidated within Waterway Constructions Pty Ltd.
In April 2016, Waterway Constructions Pty Ltd acquired Smithbridge Australia's based marine and bridge construction operations. The acquisition enhances Waterway's existing marine construction capabilities and positions it to move more actively into the bridge market.