Who we are
CNC Project Management is a company that is composed of experienced, multi-disciplinary professionals working on diverse infrastructure projects across Australia.
We work in complex environments, navigating the successful delivery of state-significant assets. These can cross state boundaries, and involve large land areas and multiple stakeholder interests.
Our team’s skill set is applied across all linear infrastructure types requiring permits and approvals, environmental planning, engineering advice or extensive engagement with government, stakeholders and communities.
We bring people together to agree a project’s design, planning and environmental requirements and deliver engagement to make the project happen.
CNC is an employee-owned company founded on the values of trust, passion, innovation and sustainability. Our team is comprised of people who share these values.
Why we’re different
CNC Project Management is:
- Flexible – We keep things simple. Our team can ramp up and down at a moment’s notice in response to your project’s requirements
- Delivering value for money – We make sure the right people are on hand to complete the job. We leverage our existing relationships with stakeholders and regulators, paving the way for efficient project approvals and helping to resolve issues early
- Practical and meaningful in our approach – We believe innovation comes from working closely with our clients to understand your project vision and selecting the right deliverables that will make a difference. Our experienced practitioners use tried and tested methodologies that align with your objectives
- Award-winning – Over the last decade, we have been recognised with six pipeline industry awards, including being a multiple recipient of the coveted APGA Environment Award.
CNC actively contributes to the industries we service. We connect and share ideas, and work to best practice.
We are proud to be a leading member of the Australian Pipelines and Gas Association (APGA). Since 2011, CNC has been a major sponsor of the APGA Annual Convention and Exhibition, as well as sponsoring several other APGA events throughout the year.
Dave Maloney, CNC’s Managing Director, is currently the President of the APGA Board. Other members of our team are actively involved in APGA committees, including Ian Spence who sits on the APGA Health, Safety and Environment Committee, and Fru Parsons who chairs the APGA Young Pipeliners’ Forum.
We are also members of the Australian Water Association (AWA) and Queensland Petroleum Exploration Association (QUPEX).