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Kelley Covey Media

As respected industry leaders, the Kelley Covey Group is often approached by major Australian news services and media to comment about property, development, engineering, environment and other key areas of expertise. Read on for news and project updates.

AIM announces top managers on the Coast

Building on future

Dedication earns Kevin a top award

Engineering firm Covey joins the boom in Gladstone


STRUCTURAL engineers Covey Associates officially opened its new Gladstone office on Thursday.

The privately owned consulting engineering firm was established in 1990.

It has offices in Maroochydore, Rockhampton, Tamworth, Narrabri and Papua New Guinea.

“Covey Associates is delighted to be opening a new office in Gladstone, reflecting a strong commitment to servicing major clients in this growing region and providing long-term employment for talented, highly qualified local people,” founding director Kevin Covey said.

Covey Associates is renowned for its expertise in civil, structural and environmental works, hydraulic engineering, landscaping and fire safety management.

Mackay Mercury

Firm charts a plan for success over 20 years

Holiday park CBD gateway

Looking for engineers

New Sunshine Coast development focuses on healthy waterways

Queensland engineering firm celebrates 20 years of business


Queensland  award-winning  consulting  engineering  firm,  Covey Associates recently celebrated its 20th anniversary along with state MPs,  regional  councillors,  valued  clients  and  a  vast  number  of
people from the state’s business and development industry. One  special  guest,  David  Stein  even  travelled  from  Papua  New Guinea to help the team celebrate their anniversary at an exclusive thank you dinner at the Maroochy RSL.

Guests  were  also  entertained  by  a  University  of  the  Sunshine Coast  professor  of  sports  science,  who  is  a  fellow  engineer  and  a Paralympic swimming champion.

Since opening their doors in 1990, the team, led by director and active  UDIA  executive  member  Kevin  Covey,  has  expanded  with offices  in  Rockhampton;  Tamworth;  and  Narrabri,  New  South
Wales, which operates as Kelley Covey Group; and a visiting office in Rabaul, Papua New Guinea.

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