The National,Tuesday 24th April 2012
NC Civil Works, a young and rapidly-growing 100% nationally-owned company, celebrated its third anniversary in style last Thursday.
Fireworks lit up the night sky over Waigani as NC Civil Works held a birthday bash for its clients, friends and supporters, which included Prime Minister Peter O’Neill.
The company was founded by Nicholas Constantinou, a son of respected businessman Sir George Constantinou, who was murdered in December 2008.
Constantinou said since incorporating the company in 2009, it had grown in leaps and bounds, and now employed more than 300 national staff.
It has a large, modern fleet and expertise, which has seen it involved in some of the largest capital works programmes in PNG.
“We specialise in civil works, roads and car parks,” he said.
Constantinou said the company had acquired major contracts for road works in Port Moresby, Turumu Investments, Patrick’s Transport, National Airports Corporation, Deugro PNG, the LNG project and Kairuku-Hiri roads, among others.