Established in 1973 as C.E. Industries Pty Ltd (Concrete Enterprises), C.E. Construction Solutions continues to be a leading provider of specialist construction products and technical solutions to the Construction, Building, Engineering and Mining Industry. After 40+ years of trading C.E. Industries evolved its brand 2015 to become known as C.E. Construction Solutions. This slight change better reflects the businesses core values of being solutions based construction products distributor. The name focuses on C.E. Construction Solutions’ reputation for excellence through delivering outstanding service and our industry renowned knowledge base.
Our commitment to providing practical construction solutions continues to drive and grow our business. C.E. Construction Solutions are trusted distributors for a range of market leading construction product and technology manufactures. This means we are not limited to pushing the one product from a limited range to every solution. At C.E. Construction Solutions we connect the best products and systems from a plethora of industry leading product manufacturers with designers, engineers, consultants, asset owners, builders, contractors and end users ensuring the best possible solutions available in the industry are presented and provided.
C.E. Construction Solutions distribution network focuses on Canberra and Regional New South Wales. We are also well equipped for servicing all of Australia. Our showroom, warehouse and distribution are all located at 30 Geelong Street, Fyshwick ACT 2609.
Our specialist fields and product ranges includes (not limited to):
- Waterproofing Membranes & Systems
- Concrete Repair Products & Systems
- Concrete Waterproofing
- Fire-rated Sealants
- Joint Sealants & Systems
- Bearings and Slip Joints
- Curing Compounds
- Floor Levelling
- Stair Nosing
- Concrete Tools and Machinery
- Bagged Cement and Concretes, and
- Other Specialist Construction Products & Systems
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