Our story

Leed opened its doors in Adelaide in 2001 with offices on Beulah Road, Norwood, and moved to our current Kent Town premises in 2005.

We grew rapidly to become a national civil infrastructure contractor, delivering projects throughout metropolitan, regional and remote areas of Australia. In 2005 we were recognised in BRW magazine's 'Fast 100'.

Our project growth in the Eastern States led to us opening offices in Bendigo in 2007 and in Melbourne in 2009.

Still owned and operated by our founding directors, Andrew Millar and Graeme Lawler, whose passion for outstanding project delivery is undiminished, Leed now has over 150 staff and an extensive fleet of plant and equipment that allow us to ‘self-perform’ on most of our projects.

Our excellent reputation for delivering projects on time and working collaboratively with our clients, stakeholders and the wider community has made us a contractor of choice for government agencies, water authorities, local government and leading private sector organisations across Australia.

We look forward to the future with anticipation, ready to embrace new opportunities, and remain a company that our clients want to work with and our employees are proud to work for.