Wagners is an innovative Australian construction materials and services provider. From a foundation as an independently owned company nearly 30 years ago in Toowoomba, Wagners is now an ASX-listed operator in domestic and international markets and one of Queensland's largest construction materials and mining services companies.
In 2009, Wagners was acknowledged by the Premier of Queensland at the Smart Business Awards as the company that had made the most significant impact on regional Queensland in the states 150 year history. In 2018 Wagners were inducted into the Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame in recognition of their intrepid entrepreneurship in successfully completing highly challenging infrastructure projects nationally and internationally.
Established in 1989 in Toowoomba, Queensland by Henry, John, Denis, Neill, and Joe Wagner, Wagners has a reputation for delivering high quality products and services internationally. Starting with three trading divisions - Wagners Concrete, Quarries and Transport and from there, rapidly expanded to include cement, flyash and lime, reinforcing steel, on-site concrete supply, contract crushing and bulk transport, as well as lightweight composite fibre products.
Celebrating 29 years of operations, Wagners is constantly striving for innovative, effective and economic solutions, when supplying for the construction and mining industry both within Australia and internationally.
Larger projects include roads and tunnels, bridges, airports, mining and gas plants, dams and major infrastructure. Wagners have recently proven their project capabilities with the construction and completion of Toowoomba Wellcamp Airport, which took only 19 months.
Wagners work with many Australian and international project proponents and constructors including Bechtel, Chyoda (Japan), JGC (Japan), CBI, Technip, QGC, Santos, Leighton, INPEX, JKC, MacMahons, John Holland, Incitec Pivot, WDRL, Ausenco, McConnell Dowell and Fluor.
The Coopers Gap concrete project has come to a close with the final pour of concrete for the 123rd wind turbine on Tuesday 12 February.