Tuncurry Fishermens moorings - Decking Modifications

GPM was recently contracted to design, fabricate & install a modification to Tuncurry Fishermens Moorings to enable safe unloading and access to commercial fishing vessels. A heavy duty epoxy coated steel frame was fabricated with a heavy duty FRP deck.

Beauty Point Boat Ramp - Boat ramp and car park Upgrades

Works are underway at Beauty Point boat ramp for the installation of new dual lane concrete boat ramp with major civil upgrades to the access road and car park facilities. Works are scheduled to be completed prior to the busy Easter break period.

Wallis Lake Fishing Co-op seawall Repairs

GPM is currently reconstructing the section of severely eroded seawall adjacent to the Wallis Lake Fishing Coop including repairs to storm water services running under the car park through a concrete head wall on the sea wall

Tuncurry Co-op Heavy Duty Wharf Repairs

GPM has commenced urgent repairs on the Tuncurry Heavy Duty wharf including replacement of timber walers, fender chains, shackles and anchor brackets

Gowack Island - Electricity Utility Pole Installation

GPM is assisting a major electricity infrastructure company in upgrading power poles on Gowack Island on the Wallamba River

Tuncurry - Timber Fender Pile Install

GPM crew have begun installation of 30 timber fender piles at Wallis Lakes fishing co-op fishermen’s moorings.

Newcastle Maritime Centre - Timber Pile Repairs

Repairs are underway on timber piles supporting the heritage listed Maritime Centre in the heart of Newcastle Harbour. A combination of specialised grout and epoxy wraps are being used to preserve worn piles.

Newcastle Maritime Centre Repairs & Piling Works

GPM has commenced Newcastle Harbour Maritime Centre Repairs & Piling Works which involves the installation of new sleeved steel piles at the Maritime Centre to allow for construction of a new wharf


The reconstruction and erosion control of approximately 300LM of foreshore at Morrison Bay Park, Putney.

The construction involves the dry stacking of rough sawn sandstone blocks, a new pathway and cycle-way works, and detailed landscaping. Construction commenced in November 2017 and will be completed in July 2018.